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Meet Dr. Peter Wohl

Dr. Peter Wohl is a chiropractor at The Spine & Health Center of Montvale. A New York native, Dr. Wohl received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan University and also attended Life University. Dr. Wohl is certified and specializes in Spine and Lower Extremity Active Release Technique (A.R.T.), Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation (FAKTR), Trigenics and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).

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Meet Dr. Jordan August

Dr. Jordan August is a Doctor of Physical Therapy at The Spine & Health Center of Closter. He received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island where he majored in Exercise Science.He went on to obtain his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rutgers University. While at Rutgers, Dr. Jordan took part in research involving concussion rehabilitation and return to sport in athletes. He plans to pursue an advanced certification as a Sports Clinical Specialist in the near future.

SFMA at SHC

The Spine & Health Center of New Jersey is proud to offer FMS & (SFMA).

The SFMA is a clinical assessment for those who experience pain. It is a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain - not just the source - by logically breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment.

The SFMA focuses on underlying dysfunctional movement to find the cause of pain, not just the source. This concept is better known as regional interdependence - how seemingly unrelated problems are actually driving the dysfunction.

What makes SFMA unique? It is the first organized system that takes into account altered motor control - the inability to coordinate proper movements. This system allows us to identify the correct problems - mobility versus motor control - to best equip clinicians for a successful outcome. SFMA uses neurodevelopmental perspective - the way we learn to move as infants - to create a system to reteach our brains how to communicate with our bodies.