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12 April 2019

Whether you’ve been living with diabetes for a long period of time or have recently been diagnosed, it can be overwhelming to deal with daily. In this blog post, learn how to manage your diabetes effectively to avoid complications.

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2 April 2019

Whether it’s body pain, stress or simply trying to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle, people today are faced with many challenges when it comes to their health.

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22 March 2019

There are many amazing benefits to children and teens participating in sports, but injuries are unfortunately part of the game. March is Brain Injury Month and while not all sports-related injuries are that severe, we want to bring awareness to one of the most common sports-related injuries, concussions, as well as some others our patients have experienced.

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11 March 2019

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with Sciatica, you may feel anxious and unsure about your next steps, but we’re here to help you through it. In this blog post we’ll discuss what the next steps look like, treatment plans, and what to expect when it comes to managing your pain. First, let’s review how Sciatica […]

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1 March 2019

February 28 is Rare Disease Day and we wanted to use this opportunity to bring awareness to some of the rare diseases that can impact a person’s spinal health. At NJ Spine and Wellness, we treat patients with everything from common issues like back pain to those that have chronic or rare diseases. We think […]

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22 February 2019

When you’re in pain, getting through the work day can be difficult. Back pain, particularly in the low back, is one of the most common types of pain people experience in the United States. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases,  about one in four adults experience at least one […]

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20 February 2019

As humans, it is in our nature to want to help others and make other people happy. However, this might make us forgetful when it comes to taking care of ourselves, especially when we are on the go 24/7. For Kimberly, our patient spotlight of the month, this realization came to her about 2 years […]

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5 February 2019

With Valentine’s Day coming up, we think it’s a great time to highlight how showing your body some love can benefit your mental health and overall wellness. Why is this so important? According to Verywellmind.com, the relaxation you get from self-pampering “can trigger the relaxation response, which can prevent chronic stress from damaging your health, so […]

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24 January 2019

Technological developments  continue to change and improve healthcare. We see this every day at NJ Spine and Wellness in our Freehold, Old Bridge and Matawan offices. All of our teams leverage the latest technology to better serve our patients, but one treatment specialty that has seen major technological advancements is physical therapy. In this blog […]

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10 January 2019

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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