The doctors at Complete Chiropractic relieve everyday aches and painful injuries with a combination of traditional techniques and advanced technology. The battery of equipment allows them to perform spinal traction to space out vertebrae, which can relieve pressure and reduce spasms. In private rooms, massage therapists draw upon the Graston technique. This method, which was developed by athletes, uses steel instruments to heal the fibrosis and inflammation often associated with sports injuries and falling asleep in bumper cars. When they aren't kneading sinews and cracking backs, staffers use acupuncture, kinesio taping, and cold-laser therapy to stimulate nervous systems, stabilize joints, and promote healing.
Doctor of Chiropractic Paul Roses helps keep medications and invasive surgeries at bay by realigning crooked spines to relieve pain and other issues. Rather than treating symptoms after they arise, he fends off ailments before they start. His approach also bolsters the body's unique ability to heal itself—a phenomenon that can be witnessed each time someone applies their own band-aid. Having founded his practice more than 30 years ago, Dr. Roses draws upon extensive experience while working with massage therapists to keep the muscles surrounding the spine loose and pain-free.
Family Massage Therapy of New Jersey addresses issues of the body and the mind via multiple bodywork modalities. Swedish massages impart relaxation and calm; deep-tissue and sports massages address tension or injury, perhaps incurred while training for a race or changing a tire on the team bus. Hot stone massages offer both relaxation and therapeutic benefits?the therapist places heated stones at special points along the body, melting tension and helping to relieve back pain. Other options include shiatsu, trigger point therapy, and reflexology.
With training gained from every corner of the globe, Dr. Lawrence Petracco's team of specialists—which includes chiropractors, a physical therapist, and an acupuncture expert—take a preventative, whole-body approach to assuaging physical aches. In addition to examining spines and realigning rogue disks during basic chiropractic sessions, Dr. Petracco draws from his professorial expertise in manipulations under anesthesia, which uses advanced states of relaxation to achieve more thorough adjustment of muscles and connective tissues. The team boosts their patients' well-being from every angle, honing in on muscle pains with massage services and physical therapy while optimizing inner health by prescribing personalized exercises and diets in lifestyle and nutritional counseling sessions.
The Spine Institute of New Jersey's chief chiropractic neurologist and physician, Dr. David Harris, leads a multidisciplinary team of acupuncturists and massage therapists. With a range of treatments at his disposal, Dr. Harris aims to dispatch mental stress and physical pain through electrically stimulated acupuncture needles and chiropractic adjustments. Alternatively, massages provide gentle pressure that relaxes the tense tissues and caramel centers under the skin.
Flex Wellness’s licensed practitioners work to repair injuries, heal chronic pain, and maintain the well-being of muscles, bones, and body systems with expert chiropractic care. Like a time traveler who stops his or her past self from catching the flu, chiropractic medicine aims to prevent health problems before they begin, treating patients with an eye toward promoting long-term wellness and an overall high quality of life. During 60-minute deep-tissue massages, licensed therapists aim to alleviate muscle tightness and spasms with slow, heavy strokes and friction across the natural grain of muscle fibers. Doctors also examine spinal columns and realign vertebrae during healing adjustments that work to improve the functioning of each client’s nervous system and all the brain messages, body systems, and telepathic robot armies it controls.