With a staff that includes chiropractors, physical therapists and massage therapists, a neurologist, a pain-management specialist, and an acupuncturist, Advanced Rehabilitation of Jersey City has health bases covered. This team works together to restore clients to good health by pulling from a diverse list of services. Whether visitors are recovering from an automotive accident or seeking relief from the carpal tunnel brought on by repeatedly typing “carpal tunnel,” the clinic’s experts can develop a plan for relief.
Board-certified Dr. Hawawini heads up this foot-focused clinic, where he works to address individual problems. Dr. Hawawini believes that feet are the foundation of the body, and aims to support the well-being of that base to ensure toes don't begin kicking cinderblocks to get attention. He responds to any questions and concerns as he corrects lower-extremity diseases and issues, helping to ensure his patients are as pain-free as possible.
Dr. Ibrahim Haro, DPM, a podiatrist since 1998, has seen it all when it comes to the foot and ankle. Although he excels in treating complications associated with diabetes, Dr. Haro specializes in ameliorating heel pain and toes fungus. During laser fungus-removal treatments, he infuses the toenail with light energy and dissolves the fungus and lint particles that reside beneath it. Dr. Haro practices at two locations: one in Jersey City and the other in Clifton.
ImPower Pilates combines traditional Pilates—the endurance- and repetition-based core-building exercise pioneered by Joseph Pilates—with tailored training equipment capable of increasing strength, flexibility, and balance. The stripped-down mat class, which includes mat rental, leads floor-bound bodies through multiple abbreviated reps of flowing movement, emphasizing proper biomechanical alignment. Post mat class, students will confidently saunter out with a stronger core, leaner body mass, and improved posture for impromptu family portraits. The four-person Tower classes let students boldly outstretch their resistance-riddled frenemies with the wall unit. With each spring-loaded repetition, instructors and their followers work rarely used muscles, pushing the limits of their perseverance and upping the chances of nabbing sidewalk change without breaking stride. Those who take the Tower class should have Pilates-mat or Pilates-equipment training experience. ImPower also lets budding core captains try Pilates equipment workouts through the Reformer and Chair classes. Combining strength training, stretching techniques, and balance maintenance, the Pilates Reformer is an agile assemblage of gears, springs, straps, and pulleys that serves as a crucible of core strengthening. Under the expert guise of ImPower’s muscle mediators, users will learn how the Reformer can be elegantly employed to perform more than 100 different fitness exercises, such as arm circles, leg lifts, mermaid stretches, elephant lifts, and jaguar jingles.
The Ageless Men's Health team helps patients become healthier and more energetic at multiple clinics across the nation. The team specializes in testosterone-replacement therapy, helping men overcome the fatigue associated with the testosterone drop known as andropause. Refreshing testosterone stores in the body can also have an anti-aging effect, which is why the clinicians are happy to help their clients with their testosterone cypionate injections.
A staff of experts deftly address maladies of ankles and the entire foot, from bones and ligaments to skin and nails, to help patients enjoy pain-free mobility. Their laser treatments tackle unsightly nail fungus, or onychomycosis, leaving toes healthy, clear, and void of mushrooms.
At the new Trifecta Med Spa location, a subdivision of Trifecta Health Medical Center, medical doctors, licensed aestheticians, and medical professionals help clients look their best and feel confident in their own unique beauty. In addition to laser hair removal, tattoo removal, and advanced anti-again skin care treatments, the staff administers Botox exclusively for cosmetic purposes. By immobilizing the muscles that cause crow's-feet and smile lines, patients are persuaded to never frown again.