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Our mission at the Living Well 4 Life Center is to help our community live a pain-free lifestyle without the use of medication or surgery. Dr. Loniewski and his team provide a non-surgical solution to fast pain relief. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment and various therapies to provide appropriate care for each patient to flourish under the care of our Hillsborough Township NJ chiropractors and our Hazlet NJ chiropractors.

The amazing Care and results provided by the Living Well 4 Life Center are what make us the most sought-after Wellness center in Hillsborough, NJ, and Hazlet, NJ. Our office provides specialized care for chiropractic, neuropathy, functional medicine, and weight loss.

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Living Well 4 Life Center

Your spinal cord is the system your body uses to pass information from your brain to every other part of your body. If a vertebra in your spine is misaligned, it may be putting pressure on a nerve. Even a small amount of pressure can disrupt the information traveling over that nerve.

Our clinic offers chiropractic care and many more health services to help you live at your best, including functional medicine, weight loss, foot orthotics, and metabolic health care. Please note that Neuropathy, Metabolic Health, and Weight Loss services are only available at our Hillsborough Township NJ location.

How Can Chiropractic Care Help You?

If your nervous system is being compromised, your immune system may be compromised and malfunctioning. Chiropractors are specially trained to care forand protect the nervous system by relieving pressure on nerves. By doing this chiropractors are allowing your body to function at its maximum potential.

The Science Of Chiropractic Care

Patients who seek out chiropractic care do so for a variety of reasons, they are seeking help with alleviating back or leg pain caused by an injury or trauma, avoiding and reducing headaches and migraines, reducing the symptoms of carpal tunnel, and a variety of other issues.

By aligning the spine and correcting issues with posture, balance, and correcting their proprioception, which affects issues within the inner ear and affects our spatial awareness, chiropractors can help reduce joint pain and soreness in the surrounding muscle and tissue.

Because chiropractic care is non-invasive, it is often seen as a preferred alternative to medication or invasive surgery because it can help many patients find solace from their joint and muscle pain.

What Is Chiropractic Care?

Healthcare professionals who practice chiropractic care focus on the neuromusculoskeletal system of the body, and work to help patients eliminate pain, and treat and prevent injuries and disorders of the muscles, bones, and nerves.

The primary objective of alleviating these issues is that by correcting nerve interference, by means of adjusting the spine, the body is able to heal itself without invasive procedures and drugs.

Each patient’s case is different, as our spines are all shaped differently, and our bodies react to various outside stimuli in a variety of ways so it’s important to understand that every chiropractic treatment is designed specifically for each patient.

Our Clinic's Approach To Functional Medicine

Functional medicine is also one of the few health care choices that view the body as a whole. This is important considering that every single system in your body is dependent on the next to function properly. To take this holistic approach, these practitioners consider all variables including; your personal history, genetic makeup, occupational, nutritional, and social factors. All of these factors play a role in the expression of health and disease.

Where traditional medicine has focused on the condition, functional medicine is aimed at treating the individual. By doing so, these health care providers can focus on individualizing nutritional, supplementation, and exercise plans as a means to address a person’s health status.

Do You Have Signs of Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is also known as peripheral neuropathy because of its effect on the body’s sensory and motor nerves. It is very common for patients to experience the first symptoms in their extremities (hands, arms, legs and feet). When this occurs it is referred to as Sensorimotor Polyneuropathy.

It’s important to see a doctor if you are experiencing any abnormal pain, numbness, tingling or weakness in your arms, legs, wrists, ankles, hands or feet. When a condition such as this is diagnosed early, you are able to control the condition and potentially prevent more damage. It is also recommended to see a doctor if you are having difficulty with sleeps, trigger depression or if you have a small cut on an extremity that doesn’t appear to be healing normally.

"'Oh, what a relief it is.' That was an old slogan used years ago for a medicine, but today I use it to describe the feeling I get when I have an adjustment and therapy and leave with a sense of wellness. It also takes a little of my own doing to keep myself feeling better and Dr. Steve helps in all those areas. Thanks for being there for me."

- Joe F.