Magaly Rojas, DCWalpole
Dr. Magaly Rojas is native to Eastern MA and grew up in Revere and Brockton, MA while her parents had her embrace the beautiful Puerto Rican culture. She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts (UMASS) Amherst. Later, she graduated with Cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic and was the recipient of the 2021 Director’s Award, Clinical Excellence Award, and the Richard E Vincent Student Leadership award.
Dr. Rojas knew that she wanted a career in healthcare due to her experience with spinal surgery as an early teen. UMASS Amherst introduced her to the world of exercise science and how to trust and train your body within movement. Before attending graduate school, Dr. Rojas joined the MCR and BSPT team as a Rehab aide. Her time at BSPT and MCR helped shape her interest in chiropractic care and reaffirmed that this profession aligned with her philosophy for conservative treatment regarding neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
Her approach is focused on evidence-based, goal-oriented care while respecting the needs of individual patients. She takes the time to listen to her patients and addresses any and all concerns they may have. Patients under Dr. Rojas’ care can expect commitment and dedication to utilize the most effective treatment approach for several musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Rojas wants her patients to heal from injuries, train, and learn to trust one’s own body and take measures to prevent injuries from happening again.
Dr. Rojas has enjoyed working with patients of all ages, from all backgrounds, and all levels of physical ability. She provides comprehensive care to her patients with a combination of chiropractic techniques and manual therapy that includes myofascial release, pin & stretch, cupping, and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. She is also certified in RockTape taping techniques. She has a passion working with young adult athletes and pre and post-partum women. Dr. Rojas actively takes measures to expand her knowledge regarding Women’s Health and injury recovery and prevention for patients of all ages. Dr. Rojas is bilingual in English and Spanish and can speak basic conversational Portuguese.
She is a Boston sports fan, enjoys weightlifting, training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and learning to golf! When she is not working or training, she is enjoying a good movie with popcorn or spending time outdoors on lakes and hikes with friends and family.