Dr. Richard Berkowitz is a graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic where he also attained a Master's degree in Sports Health Science. He is a Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists and is designated as a Fellow of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (FACO). Dr. Berkowitz is a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, a method used by doctors treating injuries on professionial and Olympic athletes. He is a Titelist Performance Institute Level 2 Medical Professional, helping golfers remove physical limitations to improve their game. In addition to his segment on NBC's morning show, Dr. Berkowitz was recently featured in an article in the industry's leading journal the American Chiropractic Association News. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association and the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors.
Dr. Jeffrey M. Clancey is a graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic, where in addition to his Doctor of Chiropractic degree, he also attained a Master's degree in Sports Health Science. Dr. Clancey specializes in athletic injury (from youth level to professional athletes), medico-legal cases, personal injury, workers compensation, and general practice. He is trained in Active Release Technique which is a state of the art soft tissue system which treats problems with muscles, tendons, fascia, nerves, and ligaments. Dr. Clancey is a Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists and is designated as a Fellow of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (FACO). He is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors, and ANJC Sports Chiropractors.
Dr. Renee Robus graduated from Virginia Tech with an undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise. During a study-abroad session at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Renee was inspired to choose a medical career path where she could help the body heal naturally through alternative and complementary methods. After returning home and shadowing with different types of practitioners, Renee became particularly interested in chiropractic care, admiring how the profession helps to reduce pain and restore function without the use of pharmaceutical or surgical interventions. She continued on to obtain her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York College of Chiropractic. Renee is a passionate healthcare provider who has a strong dedication to the overall well being of her patients. She promotes a safe and judgment-free environment, encouraging patients to identify and discuss any barriers to their health as well as set goals for their personal health. Renee is a member of the Unified VCA and holds a certification for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.
Dr. Keith Robus graduated from Virginia Tech with an undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise. Dr. Keith Robus chose to continue his education at Northeast College of Health Sciences following graduation, and obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. While in graduate school Dr. Keith Robus earned an advanced certificate in sports science and human performance. He graduated with honors. Dr. Keith Robus utilizes the information he learned to help patients rehabilitate current injuries and adopt proper movement patterns necessary to prevent future injuries. His passion for helping others stems from his personal struggle with multiple knee injuries and surgeries. Dr. Keith understands first hand what multiple rehabilitations look and feel like. While these adversities inspired his interest in helping others, his interest in Chiropractic was inspired by his sister Renee Robus D.C. While shadowing her at chiropractic school he witnessed the non-invasive practices of chiropractic and how they can help others with injuries of various kinds. He knew that it was his calling. When Dr. Keith Robus is not in the office working with patients he is either fishing, watching sports, golfing, or hiking.
Bryan Haig, MSPT, Director of Physical Therapy, received his Masters Degree from Long Island University in 1998. He directed two Physical Therapy facilities in NYC while also managing his time as a personal trainer and teaching at the Tauro College Physical Therapy Program. He relocated to the Yardley-Lawrenceville area in 2002. He has over 25 years of rehabilitation experience in the treatment of orthopedic and sports related injuries. His love of physical therapy was born in high school when he became fascinated with the ability of athletes to return to competitive play after major injuries.
Bryan attends numerous continuing education courses, staying atop of clinical advancements in the field of spinal and extremity orthopedics and sports rehabilitation to best serve his patients. Throughout his extensive training, Bryan has become a sacral specialist which has been instrumental in his treatment for lower back pain.
Bryan feels passionate about helping people restore function, eliminate pain, and achieve well being in all aspects of their life. He strives to truly understand and address the root of each patient's symptoms. Focusing on wellness is an integral part of Bryan's treatment philosophy, and he achieves this by treating the whole person. Bryan fuels his passion for Physical Therapy by being a clinical instructor for several PT schools across the nation. Similarly, he is a mentor of several local undergrad interns as well as a frequent guest speaker at local Physical Therapy programs.
Outside of work, Bryan leads a very active lifestyle. He loves spending time with his wife Tina, son, Jaden, and daughter, Dani. He enjoys all outdoor activities, including playing baseball, skiing, and hiking.
James Stroebel, PT, DPT, graduated from University of Richmond in 2004 with a B.S. in Psychology. After working for 4 years at an inpatient psychiatric facility, James transitioned to an outpatient facility as a substance abuse counselor. Having sustained a personal injury during an MMA bout, he discovered the physical therapy field during his own PT rehabilitation and found inspiration to help patients heal both mentally and physically. James continued his education and completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. He further advanced his education through post-doctoral training in Orthopedics at the Virginia Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Institute and obtained his Manual Therapist certification from the Manual Therapy Institute. Having worked for 5 years within a Rheumatology office, James developed an expertise in helping patients afflicted with chronic pain issues. With this unique combination of psychology and rehabilitation experience, James brings a fresh perspective to the Complete Health team, conducting high quality interviews and assessments that lead to the most effective manual therapy treatment options. James is an avid gardener, focusing on the growth of plants that have a medicinal and/or functional value. He is also still very active with MMA training as well as Muay Thai Kickboxing. Most importantly, James loves helping to alleviate the pain of others in concrete, measurable ways, noting “I can’t imagine a higher purpose in life”.
Meghan graduated from Temple University's accelerated program with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. Meghan chose a career in Physical Therapy because she is passionate about helping people return to the activities they love. Meghan has a background in pediatrics and previously worked with children with autism, creating engaging intervention strategies to help increase each child's independence. Meghan has experience working with patients recovering from neurologic disorders including stroke, traumatic brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries. Meghan believes in creating highly individualized treatments that work towards each patient's specific goals. In her free time, Meghan enjoys traveling, hiking with her dog, and listening to music.
Lauren Schipmann, PTA, graduated from Mercer County College in 2014. Lauren has gained extensive experience working in outpatient and subacute settings with a focus on sports-related injuries, neurological disorders, orthopedic injuries, balance and cardiovascular rehabilitation. Lauren is a compassionate provider and is dedicated to working with patients to achieve their wellness goals.
Dr. Jaclyn Reich, DACM, is a NJ licensed acupuncturist with national board certifications in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She graduated with high honors from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where she earned her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM). Dr. Reich also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biopsychology from The College of New Jersey. With her knowledge of both Eastern medicine and Psychology, Dr. Reich works to provide empathetic and judicious treatments for her patients to help them attain improved physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being.
Hui Yang, OMD, LAc is a graduate of China’s Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) where she obtained her Bachelors degree in TCM. After graduation, Hui practiced acupuncture as a medical doctor in the Affiliated Hospital of Tianjin College of TCM. Since moving to the United States in the 1990s, Hui has acquired vast experience by working in various pain management and healthcare centers. She is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is licensed to practice in NJ, NY, and PA.
Kathy Niu, MSTOM, LAc, graduated from Northeastern University with an undergraduate degree in Behavioral Neuroscience. Having a strong science background and a lifelong love of Eastern spirituality and philosophy, Kathy continued to obtain her Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Health and Science (previously the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine). Kathy uses her knowledge and experience to bridge the gap between how our mental and emotional states can influence our physical bodies and vice versa. She also incorporates important practices, such as meditation, visualization, and deep breathing, as it can affect our mental and physical health. Kathy strives to create a safe, non-judgmental space for patients to fully relax and allow their bodies to heal. Kathy is a diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is licensed to practice Acupuncture and Herbology in the state of New Jersey.