Get to Know Me
and My Why
Andrea Flores D.C., B.S.
Born and raised in Bayonne, NJ in a large latino home. She graduated Our Lady of Mount Carmel in 2003 and Bayonne High School in 2007. She then moved to the Peach State to start her College Journey to receive her Chiropractic Degree. She received her Bachelors Degree & her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. At Life University, she completed both degrees in less than six years. She has taken over 5,000 lecture & clinical hours in the intense chiropractic program to earn the D.C. degree. She continues to complete lectures & modules on the latest treatment procedures & techniques in the chiropractic profession. She has grown fondly for treating the pediatric and perinatal populations.
Since becoming a mother, she has developed a passion for serving children and expectant families. She has completed training as a Certified Perinatal Community Health Worker. This allows her to serve clients as a Doula and provide lactation support to families. She continues to strengthen her perinatal and pediatric expertise as she completes training become a distinguished Chiropractic Pediatric + Perinatal Provider. By combining chiropractic care and working with affiliated medical professionals, Dr. Flores has a mission to make sure you have the best care possible. Her goal for Hudson Wellness Collective is to make is an inclusive wellness studio that helps the community thrive in health and development through all stages of life.
She is driven to help BIPOC families in the community thrive with natural means to promoting health and wellness.
Personalized boutique Care
"Throughout my years in practice, I have treated Athletes, Actors, Musicians and weekend warriors. I have found a passion through delivering quality chiropractic care for all. I pride myself in taking the time to understand you and your story. I am very personal and empathetic in my approach. I am not your traditional healthcare provider. I've been in those offices feeling like a number and not leaving happy.
I practice what I preach and want to deliver the best possible outcome in care for the individuals I treat."