Like a car, the human body needs occasional realignment to ensure that a pleasant journey down the sidewalk doesn't become a careening detour into someone's kitchen. Keep human parts functioning properly with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a one-hour massage, two adjustments, a chiropractic evaluation, and x-rays at Family Chiropractic Center of Nutley in Nutley (a $360 value). This Groupon is also valid at Elmwood Park Chiropractic & Physical Therapy in Elmwood Park.
Headed by Dr. Nick Stabile, a Chiropractic Biophysics practitioner, Family Chiropractic Center of Nutley welcomes patients to a world where spines straighten and stressed joints loosen up. During an hour-long massage, soothing strokes make soft tissues more malleable and coax muscles to drop habits that could lead to long-standing alignment issues or spontaneous flexings. A chiropractor then delves into the origin stories of chronic pains to begin crafting a plan of action, and a traditional orthopedic and neurological examination follows, with precise x-rays shaping the final diagnosis into a treatment strategy and measuring the spine-retraining progress. The doctor then begins shifting spinal joints into their proper positions with the deftness of a Rubik's Cube master, carefully applying pressure that elicits occasional sighs of relief from patients. Clients can schedule treatment in whichever order they prefer, starting with the massage and then showing up for a consultation and adjustment, or vice-versa.
Family Chiropractic Center of Nutley and Elmwood Park Chiropractic & Physical Therapy
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.