A Proven Non-Surgical Back Pain Treatment for Berkeley Heights Patients

One of the most prevalent pain disorders in the United States is low back pain, and 80% of all Americans experience it. According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, one half of all working Americans have some form of back pain symptoms each year. The American Academy of Pain Medicine states that Americans under … Continued

Protect Your Hands from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you have experienced carpal tunnel, you know how painful and debilitating it can be. Not only does the disorder lead to sore wrists and hands, it also affects an individual’s ability to perform a job due to the difficulties of grasping and holding. Fortunately, we offer advanced procedures to not only treat, but help … Continued

The Arthritis-Friendly Diet

One of the most common questions patients with arthritis ask is, “what should I eat to ease the pain in my joints?” Although there is no cure for arthritis, certain foods are known to fight pain and reduce inflammation. Consider adding the following arthritis-friendly foods to your balanced diet in order to ease your arthritis … Continued

Red Nose Day: Having Fun and Changing Lives

What is Red Nose Day? Red Nose Day is a campaign committed to raising awareness and money for children in poverty across the world. It’s a day in the U.S. when people can get together and do something silly for a good cause. In the last 25 years, Red Nose Day has raised over $1 … Continued

May is National Arthritis Awareness Month

  The Month of May is recognized each year as National Arthritis Awareness Month. In order to properly manage arthritis, the first steps are to understand the condition and realize there is help available. As an effort to bring awareness, here are resources to help you learn more about arthritis and how you can get … Continued

Love Your Body: Physical Therapy to Reduce Pain & Improve Mobility

In the world of healthcare, treatments continue to improve, and advances in science allow individuals to lead healthier, happier lives. Today, the role of physical therapy in patient care continues to expand. Our physical therapists are fundamental members of our team who help restore, maintain, and promote the overall health and well-being of our patients. … Continued

Peak Medical Center Expansion and Renovation

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Berkeley Heights, February 10, 2016—Peak Medical, a multi-disciplinary medical center, has officially opened its doors to their newly remodeled clinic. Their expansion and renovation project will provide a caring and comprehensive environment to aid in restoring and maintaining optimum health. “We are so excited for the opening of our new clinic,” … Continued

American Heart Month: The Link Between Arthritis and Heart Disease

February is American Heart Month, which aims to reduce death caused by heart disease and encourage Americans to remain heart healthy. When discussing heart disease, it’s important to understand the causes and links. Clinical evidence has shown a strong connection between rheumatoid arthritis and heart disease. According to studies published in Nature Reviews Rheumatology, more … Continued

How Does Laser Therapy Reduce Muscle Pain?

  Laser therapy is a state-of-the-art non-invasive procedure that penetrates deep tissue structures and accelerates the healing process.  The FDA approved treatment has been successfully used around the world for over 25 years, with no reported side effects. Laser Therapy Laser Therapy manages pain, inflammation, and increases circulation through non-thermal photons of light. Light is … Continued

International Day of People with Disabilities

International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPwD) is commemorated on December 3rd of each year since 1992. IDPwD is a United Nations endorsed day that is celebrated internationally. This day aims to encourage people to have a deeper understanding of disability issues and gain support and awareness for the rights and well-being of people with … Continued