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Chiropractic is Not What You Think: The Science & Art of Healing

Chiropractic is Not What You Think: The Science & Art of Healing

A Parent’s Story

by Ed Arranga, guest author

“Chiropractic did not originate to treat pain: it originated to promote health.” — Anonymous

Chiropractic is known around the world. There are chiropractors in over 100 countries and 90 of those countries have national associations.

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Regional Interdependence: Effects on the Tibiofemoral (Knee) Joint

by Dr. Bruce Buckman PT, DPT, ART

Regional interdependence is the concept that “seemingly unrelated impairments in remote anatomical regions of the body may contribute to and be associated with a patient’s primary report of symptoms.” The majority of the literature surrounding regional interdependence in the lower extremity has been focused on low back pain,

Congratulations Dr. Peter Wohl – NJ Top Doc 2016

Congratulations to Dr. Peter Wohl, DC, ART, BCIM for being named one of New Jersey’s Top Doctors of 2016 for his commitment to excellence in chiropractic care and spinal disorders. Dr. Wohl is also Board Certified in Integrative Medicine and certified in Active Release Techniques (ART) and Trigenics. Dr. Wohl has also been named as one of the top chiropractors in Bergen County in 2015 and 2016 by 201 Magazine.

Diagnosing and Preventing 2,000,000 Ankle Sprains Per Year

by Dr. Bruce Buckman PT, DPT, ART

2,000,000. It’s a huge number. It’s also the estimated number of ankle sprains sustained every year in the United States alone. One in six injuries sustained by a high school athlete will be an ankle sprain, more specifically a lateral ankle sprain, making it the most commonly occurring injury in all high school sports.

Lift With Your Legs, Not With Your Back!

by Dr. Vincent Porta, DC

“Lift with your legs, not with your back” is a saying that we have all heard before but don’t often put into practice. The reason we overlook this saying is because more times than not, we lift or bend improperly with no immediate adverse effects. Although we lift improperly and may not feel pain right away,

Exercise of the Week #25 – Core Stabilization on Physioball

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week – Core Stabilization on the Physioball in a plank position. You rotate your arms clockwise and counterclockwise to stabilize all the muscles in your core. Shown are the beginner and advanced variations.

Our Physical Therapists

Keri Moran, PT
Bruce Buckman,

Exercise of the Week #24 – Improving Squat Mechanics

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week in which Dr. Bruce Buckman PT, DPT assesses an overhead squat and shows corrective exercises to address specific deficiencies. Dr. Buckman also received his certification in Lower Extremity Active Release Techniques this weekend. Congratulations Bruce!

Our Physical Therapists

Keri Moran, PT
Bruce Buckman,

Exercise of the Week #17 – Thoracic Spine Extension

Check out this week’s Exercise of the Week –  Thoracic Spine Extensions over a foam roller. This is a great exercise for improving thoracic spine mobility. Featured in the video is our first student, Charlie, who is doing his clinical rotation from Sacred Heart University. We are very excited to have him on board for the next 10 weeks as part of our team!

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