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.
You don't need an appointment to see a licensed physician, nurse, or x-ray technician at one of Doctors Express' New Jersey locations. You just have to show up. Beyond urgent visits, each clinic offers everything from routine vaccinations and physicals to more sophisticated care such as lab work and drug screenings. To help keep wait times reasonable, some of their clinics offer online check-ins rather than spending years trying to invent a machine that stops time.
The team at Advanced Physical Therapy uses drug-free techniques to assuage aches, strengthen muscles, and rehabilitate injuries. Their back-care program helps patients return to a normal routine after an accident or a limbo tournament, while an athletic-conditioning regimen facilitates training to optimize fitness and endurance. Staff members also utilize their extensive anatomy and physiology expertise during massages, which can tame stiff joints, relieve tension, and inspire a deep-seated sense of calm.
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.
Husband-and-wife team Clarvin and Czarina Ombajin work together to ease pain and promote healing. The licensed physical therapists take on postoperative and geriatric cases, and also specialize in spinal and orthopedic needs. With the help of massage therapist Kassandra Matias, they use a hands-on approach to alleviate discomfort and get clients back on their feet after trauma.
Body Sculpt's go-to tool is the noninvasive BeautyTek device, a kind of hypermodern Swiss Army knife in the cosmetics world. Without making a single cut, it can trace the body's meridian points before emitting microcurrents that perform an array of functions—from deflating fatty cells to smoothing out cellulite to re-crisping a two-dollar bill. The facility also houses a BeautyTek Avita Plus device, which performs ultrasonic cavitation to evict stubborn fat deposits. The tech-savvy staff can also offer traditional med-spa solution, including Botox injections and other dermal fillers.