Proudly serving Lawrenceville, Yardley, Lawrence, Princeton, Pennington, Skillman, Hopewell, Ewing, Hamilton, Robbinsville, East Windsor, West Windsor, Burlington, Bordentown, Langhorne, Levittown, Morrisville, Newtown and surrounding areas.
Dr. Jeff Clancey and Dr. Rich Berkowitz are conveniently located in Lawrenceville, NJ. We specialize in chiropractic care and rehabilitation of the neck, back, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Whether you are suffering from an old, chronic ailment or a new, acute injury, it is our goal to get you out of pain quickly and to then help you reach your optimal level of overall health.
We offer the highest quality of chiropractic care, massage therapy, Kennedy Decompression Technique, and specialized exercise programs to gain flexibility and build strength.
An important step towards reaching optimal health is restoring proper spinal function through chiropractic adjustments. In conjunction with adjustments, the doctors at Complete Health of Lawrenceville incorporate rehabilitation into their treatment plan. Chiropractic rehabilitation involves the restoration of proper joint function of the spine and extremities, and the strengthening of supporting muscles and soft tissue. Patients are treated with special, individualized care. We look forward to helping you reach your health and wellness goals.
Contact us today and experience the Complete Health of Lawrenceville difference!
Our practice offers the most advanced treatment for neck and back pain, introducing spinal decompression therapy using the Kennedy Decompression Technique.
To schedule an appointment call today at 609-912-0440
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