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.
The optometrists at Eye Contact Vision Center's two locations examine eyes for prescription changes and diseases such as glaucoma and cataracts during comprehensive exams, treat poor eye health, and permanently correct vision with lasers. Customers can select frames by brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Gucci, and Ray-Ban, and if the glasses don't look as good as they did in the store or don't conceal a secret identity well enough, Eye Contact Vision Center will buy them back for up to one year.
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.
With more than 20 years of professional chiropractic experience, Dr. Frank J. Mandarino helps ease all kinds of pains and aches at the clinics that bear his name. Backed by a corps of equally dedicated associates, he carefully diagnoses creaky backs and aching joints, employing a wide variety of chiropractic techniques and other holistic treatments to restore bodies to balance. The clinics also specialize in sports-related cases, helping athletes work through injuries sustained during on-field heroics or while reenacting on-field heroics with marble statues.
Branch of Life Acupuncture offers a modern setting for one of the world's oldest known medical therapies: acupuncture. During a traditional treatment, licensed and nationally certified acupuncturist Mila Krupnova inserts flexible, hair-thin needles at specific points along the body’s energy meridians. This all-natural process can promote the smooth flow of chi throughout the body and stimulate the healing of ailments such as migraines, sports injuries, and even infertility. Mila holds a master of science degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and is an active member of the Acupuncture Society of New York.
At Hands of Gold Chiropractic, the hands in question belong to licensed chiropractor Jason Peloquin, a graduate of the University of Bridgeport’s College of Chiropractic. At his practice, which was dubbed Best of the Boro in 2011, Dr. Peloquin balances modern chiropractic services such as crackless mechanical adjustments, spinal decompression, and physiotherapy with more all-consuming wellness services such as nutritional coaching and lifestyle advice. He also practices kinesiotaping and the ancient Chinese technique of gua sha body scraping, which can help to speed up the healing of soft tissue injuries or the scratching off of lottery tickets.
At Health & Well Being Physical Therapy, a polymath staff of licensed physical therapists and certified Pilates and barre instructors helps clients stay in shape through programs that build strength and flexibility. Small class sizes allow instructors to practice more personalized instruction, whether in Pilates mat classes, yoga lessons, or barre sessions that hybridize Pilates and dance.