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Eliminating Pain One Spine at a Time.

We are committed to assisting our patients in achieving optimum health and well-being because we firmly believe that everyone deserves to live a life free of pain and discomfort. We specialize in non-invasive, drug-free treatments for a variety of musculoskeletal disorders at our facility. Our chiropractors are proficient in a range of treatments and collaborate closely with each patient to create individualized treatment plans that take into account their particular requirements.


Our objective is to arm our patients with the knowledge and resources they require to take charge of their health and lead the most fulfilling lives possible. We are here to support you every step of the journey, whether you are coping with chronic pain or healing from an injury.


At the Spine Institute of New Jersey, our goal is to treat each spine individually to relieve pain. Let us help you achieve optimal health and wellbeing today.

How Physiotherapy Works?

It is important to understand that often times where the pain presents is not the area that needs to be treated. The pain may be due to that area compensating and being over-worked from another area not pulling its weight. Our rehabilitation program includes strength, flexibility and agility training as well as training focused on coordination of body parts and motion to prepare the individual to return to full participation.

Benefits of Physiotherapy

  • Increased function and mobility
  • Lessened discomfort and inflammation
  • Increased flexibility and strength
  • Improved coordination and balance
  • Enhanced respiratory efficiency
  • Enhanced cardiovascular performance
  • Better mental and emotional wellbeing
  • Avoiding or postponing the requirement for surgery

Is it Good for my Condition?


To find out whether physiotherapy is suitable for your particular illness, it is advisable to speak with us but several disorders can benefit from physical treatment, including:

  • damage to the muscles and bones, such as fractures and sprains
  • Back and neck aches
  • recuperation following surgery
  • Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and other neurological diseases
  • respiratory disorders like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma (COPD)
  • athletic injuries
  • injuries sustained at work, such as repetitive strain injuries
  • difficulties relating to women’s health, such as incontinence and pelvic pain.

Recovery Time

The length of time it takes for physiotherapy to be effective might vary based on the condition’s severity, the patient’s age, general health, and the degree of the required treatment. Generally speaking, physical therapy can hasten the healing process and lower the risk of further injuries. The physiotherapist will collaborate with the patient to create a treatment plan that addresses their unique requirements and objectives. This plan may combine exercises, manual therapy, and other methods. Depending on the disease, the recovery period can last anywhere from a few weeks to many months

Aftercare Instructions

  • Maintaining at-home workouts or routines advised by the physiotherapist
  • Avoiding actions that could harm or aggravate the illness
  • Taking a break and using ice or heat if necessary
  • To avoid future injuries, maintain proper posture and ergonomics.
  • Having a balanced diet and engaging in frequent exercise to maintain a healthy lifestyle.


Physiotherapy’s efficacy might change based on the illness being treated and the patient’s reaction to the therapy. Yet studies have shown that physiotherapy can significantly improve mobility, lessen discomfort, and improve the overall quality of life. Furthermore helpful in avoiding any injuries or consequences is physiotherapy.


Although physiotherapy may cause some discomfort or pain while receiving treatment, the long-term objective is to lessen pain and enhance function. The physiotherapist will collaborate with the patient to make sure that the treatment is given in a secure and relaxing environment. If you suffer any pain or discomfort while receiving therapy, it’s crucial to let the physiotherapist know so they can modify the treatment plan.