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Chiropractors located in the heart of Woodland Park NJ, at Northeastern Spinal Health & Rehabilitation are dedicated to helping you achieve your healthcare objectives -- combining skill and expertise that spans the entire healthcare spectrum. Northeastern Spinal Health & Rehabilitation is committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing modern principles of multi-disciplinary healthcare. Our Woodland Park Chiropractors at Northeastern Spinal Health and Rehabilitation have been serving the chiropractic needs of Woodland Park NJ families for over 15 years.
Patients and families seeking treatment at Northeastern Spinal Health & Rehabilitation with Dr. Michael Czupak and Dr. Emily Stoppiello-Czupak are assured of receiving only the finest and most advanced and effective, painless treatment for neck and back pain, utilizing state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic equipment and technology. We are dedicated to identifying and treating the cause of your physical problem and helping your body re-establish healthy function. Our Team of Physicians and Therapists specialize in proven non-surgical treatments. From simple back and neck cases to more complex conditions including herniated discs and post-surgical rehabilitation, we are able to help you. Dr. Michael Czupak and the staff at Northeastern Spinal Health & Rehabilitation have a genuine concern for your well-being!
Our goal is to eliminate the pain and limitations that our patients suffer from so that they may lead happier, healthier, more productive lives. We will listen to the concerns of each person with compassion in the hopes that we can provide care that is specifically designed for each individual so that they can reach their healthcare goals. We promise to continually research and acquire the most advanced technology available to help further our ability to provide our patients with the same care we would want for ourselves and our loved ones. Northeastern Spinal Health & Rehabilitation promises to educate every one of our patients so that they can actively and intelligently participate in the progress of the healthcare they receive at our facility.
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The team at NSHR is amazing. I have suffered with back pain my entire life. I've had epidurals and physical therapy and nothing ever had lasting results. I can finally say I am free from pain and disability. I can't thank you enough.
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