Covid-19 Prevention Strategies

Recommended Behavioral and Lifestyle Changes To Help Protect Yourself and Others

1. Wear a mask.

When in public settings or when around people outside of your household, wear a properly-fitting cloth face covering.

2. Wash your hands.

Practice good hand hygiene by washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol or hand sanitizer.

3. Keep surfaces clean.

Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, especially when someone is ill.

4. Cover your mouth and nose.

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing.

5. Avoid face touching.

The average individual touches their face an average of 15 times per hour! Remain vigilant about avoiding all face touching with unwashed hands.

6. Eat nutritious meals.

Research indicates that brightly colored vegetables and fruits boost immunity better than most supplements. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables — aim for 10 servings per day.

7. Identify stressors in your life and practice stress reduction.

Chronic stress can negatively alter immune system responses, making you more likely to get sick. Identify your personal stress reduction strategies and practice them regularly.

8. Try to incorporate some form of exercise into your daily routine.

Moderate, regular physical activity helps to boost immune system function by raising levels of infection-fighting white blood cells and antibodies, increasing circulation, and decreasing stress hormones.

9. Get enough sleep.

Sleep has a big influence on immune function, so it is essential to get plenty of sleep. Practice good sleep hygiene and maintain consistent sleep hours.

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. He is also a team chiropractic physician for the 2015 ACC Champion Clemson Track and Field teams. Congrats Dr. Pete!

Chiropractic Update: Did You Know This About Dr. Wohl?

Did You Know?

Dr. Peter E. Wohl is a chiropractic physician who, along with his wife Dr. Kelly Blundy, co-founded The Spine and Health Center of Montvale. Dr. Wohl was recently named one of the Top 10 Chiropractors of New Jersey by the American Institute of Chiropractors™ (AIOC). Congratulations Dr. Pete, it is well-deserved! In addition to all his work at The Spine and Health Center, Dr. Peter Wohl is a team chiropractic physician for the 2015 ACC Champion Clemson Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field teams. During the spring season, he travels with the teams to their meets and works with the athletes before and after each event to help them maximize their performance. Certified in ART (Active Release Technique™), SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment™), FAKTR™, Graston Technique™ and most recently, Trigenics™, Dr. Wohl uses the latest and most cutting-edge treatments to ensure the best results possible for each athlete. This experience has been instrumental in helping young athletes that come to The Spine and Health Center.

What Can A Chiropractor Do For Me?

By performing a comprehensive evaluation that includes specific strength and range of motion testing as well as designing a treatment plan that utilizes the latest research-supported techniques, Dr. Wohl goes above and beyond to help get you going on the road to athletic success. If you are an athlete looking to maximize your performance on and off the field, the time is now to come to The Spine and Health Center of Montvale to experience first hand what real results feel like. Give us a call at 201-746-6577 and schedule your chiropractic appointment today!
“Dr. Wohl is a miracle worker. After suffering for nearly 30 years with migraines, I haven’t had one in 10 years thanks to him.” – D. Reiss

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