By Dr. Jared Bornstein, DC, MS, CNS There’s one holiday tradition that most of us are all too familiar with—overeating. From holiday parties to baking with the kids to passing candy around the office, it’s hard not to indulge throughout December. According to a report featured in the New England Journal of Medicine, Americans who [...]
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By Matthew Mandoro, DC The most wonderful time of the year is here! While ‘tis the season for giving to others, we want to remind you about the importance of taking care of YOUR physical and mental health during this busy time. Many people tend to get caught up with gifting and entertaining family and [...]
By Matthew Mandoro, DC It might not officially be winter here in New Jersey until December 21st, but many of us have already done our first round of shoveling snow. Unfortunately, that’s only one of the many challenges the winter season presents—especially when it comes to our health. From cold and flu season to falls [...]
We love the holiday season here at NJ Spine and Wellness and want to spread joy to the patients we care for, as well as the Old Bridge, Freehold and Matawan communities. We are so thankful for all our patients—we know how important it is that you choose to put your trust in us [...]
By Bryant Acquaro PT, DPT National Stress Awareness Day takes place on Wednesday, November 7. This annual campaign promotes better mindfulness around stress and encourages people to think about the impact stress has on their overall well-being. There is a major reason why this observance takes place in the month of November. The holiday season [...]
By Dr. Mike Zolonitsky PT, DPT Using Physical Therapy to Regain Strength after a Stroke Right now, more than 700,000 people suffer strokes in the U.S. each year. Approximately two-thirds of those individuals need rehabilitation. The goal of this rehabilitation is to help stroke survivors become independent and to ensure they can access the best possible quality [...]
By Dr. Aimee Gonzales L.Ac. MSTOM Dipl. Ac Being pregnant is an amazing and life-changing experience. It’s also filled with new health concerns, pains and anticipation, especially for first-time moms. If you experience pain or other ailments, you may soon discover that you aren't able to take regular over-the-counter pain relievers, cold or flu medicines, or [...]
By Dr. Peter Bufano, DC World Spine Day takes place on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. This year's theme is "Love Your Spine," which will highlight spinal disorders and effective management. Prevention is key so this campaign is about encouraging people to take steps to be kind to their spines. Spinal conditions are far more common than [...]
Did you know October is Physical Therapy Month? This year, the American Physical Therapy Association is focused on raising awareness for physical therapy as a safe and effective alternative to using medication for pain management. The theme of this year’s campaign is #ChoosePT and we’re here to support this effort by sharing some of [...]