At NJ Community Spine and Pain, medical experts combine five types of treatments into a whirlwind of wellness care that eschews the use of surgical and drug-based solutions. The staff combines multiple approaches, from chiropractic services to physical therapy, in an attempt to tackle pain from a variety of angles. Because the multidisciplinary center focuses on treating the cause of ailments rather than the symptoms, the team listens closely to clients before developing a treatment plan. One staff specialty is acupuncture, which the team uses to treat problems that range from shingles to infertility. Those suffering from back pain can turn to physical therapy, during which the therapist?s dexterous digits rub deep into limbs and torsos to knead away tension while promoting circulation in marionettes that want to become real-life humans.
At Stiso Chiropractic and Massage Therapy, Dr. Frank R. Stiso and his staff specialize in alleviating the full spectrum of back and neck problems. With a team that includes a certified chiropractic sports physician and a board-certified disability analyst, the staff combats ailments such as sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, sports injuries, and arthritis pain. A massage therapist augments the chiropractic services with massages in many modalities, ranging from soothing Swedish treatments to deep tissue and sports massages targeted to root out muscle pain caused by strenuous chess matches.
Inside HealthSource, Doctor of Chiropractic Peter A. Denino, and a team of massage therapists work together to help their patients reach tip-top wellness. They tackle a wide range of problems that spread past the back and neck, including migraines, leg pain, and issues with vertigo.
Dr. Henry Roth draws upon knowledge gleaned during stints with the 1988 U.S. Olympic team. During his intensive period of training in Carnegie Hall, Dr. Roth honed manual-therapy techniques to treat repetitive overuse syndrome in the dancers and musicians of the classical stage. He brings this experience to his practice at Health in Hand Massage Therapy Center, where he calls upon an array of massage modalities to help muscles recover from slouching or taking shortcuts home through live hockey games. Among his many specialties, which includes treating acute sciatica, the doctor?s exclusive Rothstone technique employs Y-shaped stones to emit soothing warmth deep into the body?s structures. When not healing muscles of their many maladies, Dr. Roth trains up-and-coming therapists at the North Jersey Massage Training Center in Parsippany.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
At Hoffman Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Spencer Hoffman specializes in correcting misaligned spines. His treatments for the pain-causing condition include spinal decompression and laser therapy. Dr. Hoffman, a New York Chiropractic College, also has a masters degree in nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, which means he can create healthy eating programs for patients as well, an important step in preventative care. He leaves massage therapy up to the clinic's licensed massage therapist, Jacki Brown, who treats sore muscles with a number of techniques, including long, flowing Swedish massage and focused deep-tissue pressure.