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.
Whether you’re a man, woman, child, or even a dog, Doctor of Chiropractic Christian Kaufman has your back. The chiropractor tailors treatments to each individual, specializing specifically in expectant mothers and children. He’s a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is certified in the Webster technique, which treats pregnant mothers whose babies are in a breech position.
Depending on the patient and his or her symptoms, he may prescribe corrective exercise, lifestyle advice, or massage therapy. Dr. Kaufman has also completed training in Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation, meaning he can prevent surgery on injured dogs, cats, and piggy banks.
The soccer pros of the New York Red Bulls rely on the hands of Nicholas Stabile, team chiropractor, to preserve their bones through whiplash headers and hairpin turns. The chiropractic doctor extends his biophysics methodology to everyone, even semipro soccer players, at the Family Chiropractic Center of Nutley and Elmwood Park Chiropractic & Physical Therapy. Following a philosophy of patient-directed care, Stabile gives patients the tools to decide on a method of aligning spines and soothing sore muscles.
When he's not counseling and adjusting patients at his office, Nicholas Stabile and his wife, chiropractor Wendy, deliver health lectures. He also serves as an adjunct professor in the exercise and movement science department at William Paterson University.
As the heads of The Chiropractic & Physical Therapy Center of New Jersey, Doctors of Chiropractic Michael and Nicolas Chillemi and their staff provide massage therapy and acupuncture, in addition to the chiropractic care and physical therapy for which their business is named. The traditional hands-on treatments pair with more advanced technologies and techniques, such as cold laser therapy, which helps to treat carpal-tunnel syndrome, and pregnancy chiropractic care.
Patients at Contour Chiropractic LLC, located inside Liquid Spa & Fitness, won’t find any needles or bottles of medication there. That’s because Contour’s doctors rely on the patient’s body to heal itself. They trigger self-healing features inside the body by aligning the nervous system—especially the spine—by stretching the muscles, and by employing cold-laser therapy and electrical muscle stimulation.
The team’s noninvasive techniques have even spilled into the cosmetic field. Lipo-laser treatments replace invasive liposuction surgeries, removing unwanted inches without breaking the skin. And unlike liposuction, lipo-laser treatments reduce inches without requiring any downtime.
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.
Like an enchanted glacial tunnel, The Salt Cavern’s sparkling white walls pulse with gauzy pinks and purples, as crystalline lanterns illuminate powdery tufts of salt covering the floor. But this fairy-tale ambiance belies the cavern’s meticulously calibrated atmosphere: highly concentrated saline aerosol regularly circulates throughout the chamber in an effort to soothe health ailments such as asthma, allergies, or psoriasis.
Owners William and Eva boast backgrounds in the medical industry, but grew disillusioned with chemical therapies after investigating the benefits of salt therapy, a practice that originated in Poland nearly 200 years ago. Now the duo invites clients to experience salt’s therapeutic and calming benefits in their softly lit chamber. In addition to the salt’s calming vapors, William and Eva offer deepened relaxation with yoga sessions in the cave, and enforce a tranquil atmosphere in which clients can nap, meditate, or quietly impersonate the Morton’s Salt girl.