Chiropractic adjustments can help to safely and effectively treat pain most commonly occurring in the back, neck and shoulder regions. Chiropractic care is also a great non-surgical option when it comes to treating disc herniations. An adjustment is a chiropractic procedure that gently realigns your spine to its proper place to remove nerve interference. Nerve interference or what chiropractors call a vertebral subluxation can be a result from an accident or injury or an activity. Adjustment is the most common chiropractic treatment and often can help people almost instantly.
Dr. Philip DiPasquale earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1982 with Cum Laude honors. Since opening his practice, Dr. DiPasquale has become an active member of the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors (ANJC) and alumni member of the Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Dispasquale is also a former member of the Chiropractic Research Foundation, Council on Sports Injuries and Physical Fitness as well as the American Chiropractic Association.
Functional & Holistic Medicine for Chiropractic
Functional and holistic medicine goes hand-in-hand with chiropractic. In addition to spinal adjustments, Dr. DiPasquale seeks to improve the health of his patients in all areas of their lives by not only treating the symptoms of their ailments but targeting and eradicating the underlying causes of the issues.
Spinal manipulation is safe, natural and non-invasive as it restores and improves health by applying controlled force to one or more vertebrae of the spine. Spinal adjustments are used on our patients suffering from the following conditions:
Back and Neck Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Lower Back Pain
- Disc Herniations
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Headaches and Migraines
- Leg Pain, Weakness or Numbness
- Much More!
Triton DTS Spinal Decompression
Spinal decompression utilizes a special table that gently delivers a lower force traction to the spine. This therapy helps to improve blood flow and nutrient exchange to the injured area. During the treatment, the patient will experience various cycles of stretch and relaxation which gradually increases to a peak over a period of several minutes. The session lasts for typically 20 minutes and is recommended to be completed 3 times a week for a month after which the patient’s improvement is assessed and additional therapy may be required. Most patients feel pain relief in as little as 6 treatments and may be released from treatment after 8 weeks.