North Jersey Whole Health Center is a full service chiropractic practice that provides in-office and in-home (by appointment) chiropractic services. We offer physical examinations, chiropractic care, nutrition, rehabilitation, and much more!
Using the latest rehabilitation and motion assessment protocols, I am able to quickly get my patients out of pain and back to doing what they want to do.
I also provide in-home care. By traveling to my patient's homes, I get to see them in their environment. It enables me to understand more about patient's lives and the factors that contribute to the issues that I'm helping them with.
Typically, I will try to email my intake forms in advance of the first appointment to save time. When I meet with a patient for the first time, I spend some time getting to understand what their issues are, and what is causing them. Next, I'll perform an examination, and go over treatment options. Finally, once all questions have been answered, we'll begin treatment. Afterward, I make sure that any questions have been answered, and if appropriate, we'll set a time for the next appointment.
I earned my doctorate in chiropractic medicine in 2011, graduating with honors from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL. I am certified in Functional Movement Therapy - Rock Blades, and I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine Corrective Exercise Specialist.
We participate with most insurance, and the cost of care is mostly dictated by your insurance plan. For those with little or no insurance coverage for our services, we participate with a discount plan called ChiroHealth USA, that makes chiropractic care very affordable. Feel free to ask me about that!
Most commonly, my patients come to me with neck or lower back pain that hasn't resolved after trying medication, physical therapy, or surgery. Sometimes they come to me after seeing other chiropractors without success.
We specialise in harder to treat cases that have resisted other types of treatment in the past.
Make sure the chiropractor is using evidenced-based treatment guidelines. Specifically, I would avoid getting into treatment plans that are more than 2-4 weeks long, as there is no way to know in advance how much treatment will be needed more than 2-4 weeks out. Patients should be asking, "What is actually causing my pain?" The answer should either be a specific diagnosis or "It could be a few things, but we're going to do further testing to find out."