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Meet our Incredible Staff

Jill A. Picioccio, B.S., C.T.
104_0224_1.jpgAs the senior member of this team, she has worked with Dr. Molly for nearly 13 years. She first met Dr. Molly when they were both undergraduate students at SUNY Plattsburgh (where she earned her B.S. in Psychology.) After she graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh, Jill went on to complete the Chiropractic Technician(C.T.) program at Life College in Marietta, GA. Her program was a 1-year accelerated program (which later converted to a 2-year certificate due to the number of credits taken) whereby she received training in all aspects of chiropractic practice…with the exception of actually becoming a chiropractor.

Since moving to St. Albans in May 1997, Doc has told everyone that she is a 'flatlander' but the 'good kind'-since Jill did not move here to change things! Jill says she came to Vermont because as she says, "I like it the way it is." Working with Dr. Molly has afforded her the opportunity to meet a lot of fine folks over the years. Jill says we have the best patients…without a doubt… and she really enjoys helping Dr. Molly with new patients, doing re-exams and assisting with treatment plans as well as other correspondence. Dr. Molly has always told patients that Jill has created her own 'job security'by not telling Doc where anything is around here so she looks forward to many more years working with (and for) our neighbors in the greater St. Albans area. When Jill is not 'at work'  she enjoys reading, doing word puzzles, going for walks with her dogs, swimming and, spending time with friends or family. You  may see her with her IPOD rocking out to her favorite country singer - Kenny Chesney.  (Are there any other singers?)


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Monday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 5pm

Tuesday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 6pm

Wednesday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 6pm

Thursday:

8am - 12pm

2pm - 5pm

Friday:

8am - 12pm

1:30pm - 3pm

Saturday:

Closed *Emergencies seen.

Sunday:

Closed *Emergencies seen.

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  • "The staff was very nice and caring. I recommend you to go if needed. from Dr. Keefe."
    Cindy M. St. Albans, VT

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