I offer high quality and affordable chiropractic care for everyone. I promise to take care of you just like our own family. I believe chiropractic care belongs to everyone, not just for people with money or “good” insurance. I genuinely give people the very best care that is of far greater value than the fee I charge.
Headaches, chronic pain, and low energy are no match for Dr. Ray Milazzo. A 30+ year veteran of chiropractic medicine, he has used advanced spinal correction and physical therapies to relieve these symptoms in adults and children at his Wychoff and Oradell offices throughout his career. But Dr. Milazzo aims to get to the root of any nervous system ailment, which is why he thoroughly analyzes the spine with posture and weight balance testing, and determines the client's range of motion. Additionally, on-site x-rays provide a deeper understanding of what is happening below the muscles so that Active Release and trigger point therapies can ease aches and pains caused by tight muscles. Dr. Milazzo also encourages a healthier state-of-being by providing patients with at-home corrective exercises and lifestyle advice as well as posting informative health blogs to his website.
Catherine Bello finds the solution to stress where others rarely think to look: the bottoms of their feet. She and her team of certified reflexologists manipulate pressure points on the feet that correspond with specific glands, organs, and other body parts in order to promote holistic wellness in their clients. These treatments can address specific ailments from headaches and sinusitis to digestive problems.
Reflexology sessions aren't strictly medical, though. Instead, Sole Revival Reflexology aims to provide a spa experience for clients, offering soothing foot soaks and leg massages as well as a variety of add-on services such as paraffin-wax treatments. Foot treatments also incorporate a skincare mask in a variety of scents, including one that will make your soles smell like champagne even if you weren't recently kickboxing at a New Year's Eve party.
Many of the staff members are also nail technicians and provide pedicures with chemical-free polish to complement their reflexology sessions. Others perform the balancing art of reiki, which involves laying on hands to regulate the body's flow of energy. During all treatments, a spa-like environment aims to enhance their calming work as guests relax surrounded by decorative plants and the sound of quiet, relaxing music.
Located within The Back Care Center and led by Doctor of Chiropractic David Schwartz, Back at Ease's knowledgeable staff has been soothing weary spines and their surrounding muscles for two decades. Dr. Schwartz?s strengthening and healing services?which include vertebral adjustments and spinal decompression?make way for the relaxing strokes of two massage therapists, who mollify tense muscles in private, candlelit rooms.
The center pays special attention to athletes and their injuries; three professional staff members have backgrounds in the sporting world and draw on their experience to bolster their clients? health and skill sets. Titleist-certified golf fitness instructor and biomechanic Nick Manoy sets swings straight and repairs painful divots in muscles with corrective exercise programs. Similarly, Jon Manos calls upon 25 years of experience as a PGA teaching professional to customize lessons that stress the importance of muscle memory and build strength by replacing traditional clubs with sledgehammers. Certified personal trainer Terence W. Kerrigan, a triathlete and a graduate of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, takes on athletes in other sports, sharing the lessons he has picked up from training with professional boxers and Ironmen.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kenneth M. Ermann heads up a team of practitioners skilled at inspiring calm and realigning the body. Spinal adjustments keep the core of the skeletal system in balance to alleviate aches and other ailments, and massage sessions melt muscle knots, boost blood circulation, and un-cramp sore pointing fingers.
New Health Centers consists of more than 400 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate physical discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with licensed massage therapists to soothe aches, pains, and relieve stress.