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Here at Denville Medical, our commitment is to you and your health. We are committed to improving your quality of life by effective treatment and therapy, catered specifically to your needs. Unlike some of our competition, we take a team approach to your treatment plan working together as a unit to provide the best possible care for our patients.
It's easy to start your healing journey at Denville Medical. It all starts when you contact our office to make an appointment. From there, we set you on a course to recovery through a three-step process:
Meet the Doctor: During your initial doctor consultation, we will talk at length about what challenges you're currently facing. From there, we will speak about your goals and what you want to accomplish together. The first conversation with your doctor is crucial and lays the groundwork for a life-changing experience at Denville Medical.
Craft a Customized Treatment Plan for Your Recovery: Some medical and rehabilitation centers in New Jersey apply the same treatments to all patients, regardless of their needs and goals. At Denville Medical, we don't subscribe to the "one size fits all" model. Instead, we rely on our seasoned team of doctors and physical therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists and specialists to find the right solution to your unique situation.
Start Feeling the Relief: Our hard work and commitment to recovery will pay off through our personalized work together. With the help of our skilled doctors and chiropractors, you can finally start living the life you want to live - all on your own terms.
At Denville Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center, we are proud to provide holistic and wellness care that changes lives. Whether your body needs Chiropractor, physical therapy, acupuncture, or needs to see a specialist, we can help.
Here are just a few of the customized therapy services we offer to help our patients live with passion and confidence:
At Denville Medical, your licensed physical therapist's goal is to maximize your body's structure and increase its overall function for long-term health. To accomplish this, our physical therapists combine traditional and innovative techniques focused on increasing muscle strength and improving the body's range of motion. Our goal is to discover the root cause of your pain or mobility problems. That way, we can address the true reason why you need physical therapy, and work towards achieving long-lasting relief.
Of course, we understand that every patient is different. Your doctor can provide expert care in an encouraging environment by creating a customized treatment plan for you using modern, evidence-based research.
Chiropractor is a common service offered at Denville Medical, often combined with our physical therapy, sports medicine, and acupuncture treatments. When delivering a whole wellness and body approach, chiropractic treatments generally focus on the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Our chiropractor's primary focus is to aid in adjusting your body's proper structure by improving nerve function and removing imbalances.
Our goal is to work together as a team to get you maximum medical improvement. To determine which chiropractic techniques and treatments are suitable for you, our chiropractors will conduct an initial evaluation to dig deep into your medical history, previous treatments, diagnostic tests, and current conditions. During your first consultation, be sure to ask any questions you may have. Once we agree on your customized chiropractic program, we will begin treatment as soon as possible.
Our patients typically feel relief during their initial visit. Although a reduction in pain is not an indication that the condition is gone, relief is the first step. As the chiropractor adjusts and manipulates your spine and joints, many feel a sense of relief as circulation is restored. A number of our patients admit to experiencing an increased range of motion after their first visit and increased function as they continue their care.
A single migraine can ruin your entire day. Migraines stem from irregular muscle contractions in the neck and head area. Anything from loud music to a bright computer screen can trigger these painful headaches. Fortunately, your chiropractor may be able to help provide an escape from the pain without surgery or drugs. Migraine symptoms include:
After speaking with your Doctor of Chiropractic, he or she may recommend treatments like trigger point therapy, which is a neuromuscular massage. Trigger point therapy boosts blood flow and releases pressure from compressed nerves in your body.
Whether you work in an office 40 hours a week or have to lift heavy items in a warehouse, neck pain is common across all people and professions. Neck pain is debilitating and can be caused by a range of issues like poor posture, work injuries, and harmful sleeping positions. These issues often strain your neck muscles. If you notice any of these symptoms, it could be time to consult with a chiropractor:
Chiropractor helps by relieving nerve and disc pressure. These nerves and discs are located between your vertebrae. After identifying the underlying cause of your pain, your chiropractor may use a combination of treatments to provide relief.
Have you been suffering from sharp pain that shoots down your back to your lower legs? If so, you might have sciatica. Your sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body. Sciatic pain begins when your sciatic nerve is pinched or trapped, or you have underlying conditions like spinal stenosis or a herniated disc. Symptoms of Sciatica often include:
Proper Chiropractor can relieve your pain in a gentle, natural way. Since your pain is unique, your treatment plan should be too. Therapies include ultrasounds to reduce swelling, cold therapies to minimize inflammation, and adjustments to restore your vertebrae's alignment.
Joint pain from conditions like Arthritis can strip the joy out of simple activities that we enjoy every day. Fortunately, if you're looking for a non-invasive way to ease joint pain, your chiropractor may be able to help. Great Chiropractor will maximize the functionality of your joints with techniques like ultrasounds, cold laser therapies, and joint manipulation. Usually caused by various forms of Arthritis, age, and injuries, symptoms of joint pain include:
If joint pain affects your daily life, contact a licensed chiropractor to begin treatment ASAP. Your chiropractor will develop a customized plan around your pain to address the root cause of your discomfort.
Our hips serve many functions, from bearing weight to running. Since they're engaged in just about every way we move, hip problems can have serious consequences. Like neck pain, hip pain is very common â so much so that more than 58% of Americans are living with it, according to the CDC. Hip problems are usually caused by injuries or osteoarthritis, though normal wear and tear over time is also a contributing factor. If you notice any of these symptoms, an appointment with a chiropractor may be in order:
Since any joint in the body can be misaligned, like your hip joint, working with a chiropractor could be best for long-term relief. Any joint in the body can be out of alignment, including the hip joint, and it can cause severe pain, discomfort, and limited range of motion. Treatments in your personalized plan may include chiropractic adjustments, stretching, and exercise therapy.
Your spine comprises a litany of moving parts that must work together for healthy mobility. Spinal discs are just one of these parts, which act as cushions between your vertebrae. When you have a herniated disc, the bones in your spine grind against each other, causing intense pain. Also called a slipped disc, this back problem is very common and can be caused by wear and tear with age or traumatic events like car accidents. Keep an eye out for the following symptoms of a herniated disc:
After your chiropractor evaluates your spine for overall functionality, they will develop a personalized treatment plan for ongoing care. Common treatments for herniated discs include spinal manipulation techniques like flexion-distraction and therapeutic exercises.
At Denville Medical, we aim to serve you with long-lasting quality of life through personalized chiropractic treatments in New Jersey. The path to a pain-free life begins with a customized treatment plan tailored to your body and needs. We start with your first evaluation, where our experts dig deep into your medical history, current condition, your overall health goals and perform diagnostic tests. From there, we'll create your plan and help you hit your milestones every step of the way until your quality of life is improved.
If you're sick and tired of living with painful limitations, we're here to help you break free. No surgery. No addictive medicine. Only comprehensive Chiropractor, crafted with health and happiness in mind.
Answer : While some chiropractors rely on outdated techniques to treat patients, our team uses a combination of tried-and-true methods and modern strategies, including:
Answer : During your first visit with our physical therapist, we will complete a series of tests and screenings to establish a baseline for your care. You can expect to complete stability screenings, strength tests, and computerized range of motion tests. These tests ensure your doctor understands how your muscles are functioning. Once complete, your therapist will create a custom treatment plan for your physical therapy, so we can move forward with your care. During your time at Denville Medical, you should expect adjustments to your treatment plan as you make progress.
Answer : We get this question a lot, and we can certainly understand why. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with an exact answer because every patient has different needs relating to their injuries and issues. Your level of stability and functionality depends on your condition, your goals, and your motivation to heal. For acute pain, patients typically experience relief in 2-3 weeks. Patients with forms of chronic pain usually feel optimal results after their first full course of therapy (4-6 weeks). Since our goal is to achieve maximum medical improvement, our doctors continuously monitor your progress and adjust treatment accordingly.
If we could offer you one piece of advice, it would be not to settle for mediocre medical treatment and therapeutic options. If you're looking for a team of doctors and therapists who work together and take an interdisciplinary approach to healing, Denville Medical & Sports Rehabilitation is here for you. Contact our office today to learn more about how we can help you achieve your chiropractic goals and live your life, pain-free.973-627-7888
Delbarton had won 10-straight games over Randolph dating back to 2014.Delbarton had outscored Randolph 68-17 in those 10 games. Tuesday, however, Delbarton played a different Randolph team. The 2023 Rams, ranked No. 19 in the state by NJ.com, were unshaken by blowing a five-run lead. Instead, it scored four runs in its final two at-bats and scored a 12-10 victory over the No. 19 Wave in Randolph....
Delbarton had won 10-straight games over Randolph dating back to 2014.
Delbarton had outscored Randolph 68-17 in those 10 games. Tuesday, however, Delbarton played a different Randolph team. The 2023 Rams, ranked No. 19 in the state by NJ.com, were unshaken by blowing a five-run lead. Instead, it scored four runs in its final two at-bats and scored a 12-10 victory over the No. 19 Wave in Randolph.
“This team feels like they belong (on the field with Delbarton),” said Randolph head coach Mark Rizzi. “Any other year we’d have been jumping around like we won the World Series. Not this group. They respect Delbarton, but they feel like they belong.
“This team is patient when it needs to be and aggressive when it needs to be. They stay within themselves. They know a game is seven innings and they played hard for seven innings. A win like this wouldn’t have happened in another season. This team is confident.”
As difficult as it may be to believe, Randolph now has a two-game lead in the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference American Division. Randolph, 6-1 overall and 5-0 in the division, has a two-game lead over both Pope John (6-2, 3-2) and Delbarton (6-3, 3-2).
”I wouldn’t have believed they would score 10 on us, but how did we score 12 on them?” Rizzi said. “It was an unusual game.”
Randolph collected 10 hits. Delbarton finished with nine. Delbarton chased Randolph’s junior starter James Kleiven after 3 1/3 innings. However, right-hander Tommy Martin, a junior, was strong in relief. In 3 1/3 innings, Martin struck out five, walked one and allowed one hit. The one hit, however, was a two-run homer by Jack Harley in the sixth. Harley’s bomb, his first, pulled Delbarton to within 11-10.
Martin, approaching his 150-pitch limit for the week, got two outs in the seventh before making a required exit. Brendan Bruun, who missed the last five games with an injury, threw one pitch and retired the final Delbarton hitter on an outfield fly.
”Tommy has pitched a lot of innings for us,” Rizzi said. “My worry was him getting into a long at-bat and not getting deep in the seventh inning.”
Rizzi was also beyond pleased with Randolph’s “tack-on” performance. The Rams have scored 51 runs on 65 hits and have a .330 batting average as a team.After the seven-run second, Randolph added a run in the third, three in the fifth and one in the sixth.
”Even when we were up 7-3, I knew it wasn’t over, not against Delbarton,” RIzzi said. “I knew it would be a one- or two-run game. We did a great job of getting runs in the fifth and sixth.”
During the three-run fifth inning, junior Connor Stokoe led off with a single. He was sacrificed to second. Jacob Corsaro, another junior, singled. Another hit, this one by Ethan Gorman, scored Stokoe. Two walks brought in the other two runs. In the sixth, Corsaro drew a two-out walk. He stole second and scored on a pinch-hit single by Carter Kielbania.
”This team is resilient,” Rizzi said. “Our pitchers today saw they don’t have to be perfect for us to win.”
Gorman was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Rocco Albano was 2-for-3 with a double, three RBI. Stokoe had three hits and scored two runs.
”I know we’re two up on Delbarton (in the standings), Rizzi said. “But we have to go another round with everyone in the division. The win today is a big positive for the future.”
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RANDOLPH, NJ- The Township of Randolph received a $30,000 grant from the New Jersey Highlands Water Protection and Planning Council (Highlands Council) on November 30 to support environmental and economic sustainability in Randolph.The award is contingent on the completion of work necessary for the development of the Randolph Environmental Action Plan (“REAP”) that will serve as a guidance document for the township with respect to environmentally conscious planning and decision making. The REAP will be the first plan of it...
RANDOLPH, NJ- The Township of Randolph received a $30,000 grant from the New Jersey Highlands Water Protection and Planning Council (Highlands Council) on November 30 to support environmental and economic sustainability in Randolph.
The award is contingent on the completion of work necessary for the development of the Randolph Environmental Action Plan (“REAP”) that will serve as a guidance document for the township with respect to environmentally conscious planning and decision making. The REAP will be the first plan of its type developed for the township and represents a unique opportunity to take action on priority issues of local concern and municipal responsibility. By following the action plan, the township will lead by example through its commitment to environmental sustainability.
“Randolph Township is one of the 88 municipalities that are part of the defined New Jersey Highlands Region in the northwest part of New Jersey. Over half of New Jersey’s drinking water comes from the Highland region and therefore, it needs to be protected by prudent planning. I commend our Township Manager Greg Poff for applying for, and securing, this award on behalf of Randolph Township,” said Mayor Marie Potter.
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The State Legislature of New Jersey passed the New Jersey Highlands Water Protection and Planning Act (Highlands Act) in 2004, to protect both the natural resources and the economic viability of communities within the region. The Highlands Act established the Highlands Council as a regional planning agency and charged it with the creation and adoption of a regional master plan to protect and enhance the natural resources within the New Jersey Highlands. The Highlands Council works in partnership with municipalities and counties in the region to encourage a comprehensive regional planning approach to implementation of the Highlands Act.
To facilitate the REAP project, Randolph Township contracted with Pinto Consulting, LLC, a consulting firm that provides services to government, businesses and landowners on issues of conservation, land preservation and strategic planning. The grant from the Highlands Council will cover the cost of their services. Pinto Consulting will work in tandem with an Advisory Group that consists of three Council members, two members of Randolph’s Landmarks and Environmental Committee, a representative from the Randolph Community Garden, the Township Planning Administrator, the Township Manager, and a representative from the Highlands Council.
“The Randolph Landmarks and Environmental Committee is appreciative of the Highlands Council support for the preparation of the Randolph Environmental Action Plan. Our committee is eager to help carry out the activities and plans ultimately developed in order to protect open space and natural resources within the township," stated Kelly Meola, Chair of the Landmarks and Environmental Committee.
In addition to supporting local projects, the Highlands Council advanced several initiatives that have region-wide impact. These include development of a Regional Economic Sustainability Plan and the eagerly anticipated Interactive Environmental Resource Inventory.
As a municipality that serves over 25,000 residents across twenty-one square miles, oversees private development activities and operates numerous facilities, Randolph Township’s decisions and actions affect the entire community and have a direct impact on the environment. The REAP is focused on actions that the municipality can take to protect and improve the environment within the township over the short and long term. The REAP will be developed by integrating feedback from residents and interested stakeholders. A number of reporting and monitoring options will be included in the action plan to assist in measuring progress.
In response to the efforts being made, Councilmember Joanne Veech stated, “I am so proud to be a part of this township. Pursuing environmental sustainability in Randolph is important and attainment of grants like this demonstrate the work being done by township administration and staff to support Randolph citizens.”
For future updates on the REAP, visit the township website (randolphnj.org) and follow the Township of Randolph on social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). To learn more about the Highlands Council, please visit nj.gov/njhighlands.
RANDOLPH, NJ- A new year marks the end of familiar traditions as we usher in the excitement of new beginnings. For the Randolph Township, it marks a few changes amongst the Township Council. New members were sworn in and appointments were made for boards and committees during the January 5, 2023 Reorganization Meeting.For the new year in Randolph, Lou Nisivoccia has been selected to serve as Mayor and Christine Carey as Deputy Mayor, as former Mayor Marie Potter resumes duties as Councilmember after gracefully leading the Township thr...
RANDOLPH, NJ- A new year marks the end of familiar traditions as we usher in the excitement of new beginnings. For the Randolph Township, it marks a few changes amongst the Township Council. New members were sworn in and appointments were made for boards and committees during the January 5, 2023 Reorganization Meeting.
For the new year in Randolph, Lou Nisivoccia has been selected to serve as Mayor and Christine Carey as Deputy Mayor, as former Mayor Marie Potter resumes duties as Councilmember after gracefully leading the Township throughout 2022.
During her reorganization speech, Deputy Mayor Carey stated: “First, I want to thank our outgoing mayor, Marie Potter. Over the past year, Marie has done a great job while serving as Mayor. She has been a strong, organized and compassionate leader. She led the Council through some complicated and tough issues, and we are grateful for her leadership. Next, I would like to congratulate our new mayor, Lou Nisivoccia. Lou is a ‘forever’ resident of Randolph who has a long history of serving our community and working to make Randolph a great place to live. We are fortunate to have him serve as Mayor in 2023.”
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In 2023, Randolph Township also welcomes newest Councilmember, Helene Elbaum, while bidding farewell to longtime Councilmember Jim Loveys after 12 years of loyal service. During Mr. Loveys’ farewell ceremony, Senator Anthony Bucco and Assemblywoman Aura Dunn presented a resolution in acknowledgment of his dedication and municipal service. The veterans from VFW Post 7333 presented a “Certificate of Recognition for Exemplary Services to the Residents of Randolph” for all the support he has provided veterans and citizens throughout the years. Township Manager Greg Poff thanked Mr. Loveys and spoke to what an incredible job he has done for the Township.
In his closing remarks about Mr. Loveys, Mayor Nisivoccia stated: “It has been my absolute pleasure to serve with you. Thank you for your mentoring and your guidance. You never put anyone or anything down; rather, your approach to every situation sought to bring out the best of everyone around you. A person of unquestionable integrity -- you will be missed in these hallways. On behalf of Randolph Township, thank you for twelve years of dedicated service on the council, including two terms as mayor and two terms as deputy mayor.”
With Mr. Loveys’ departure from the Council, there surely will be a big void to fill. But where there is a vacancy, there is an opportunity; with newest Councilmembers Helene Elbaum and Joe Hathaway stepping in, and long serving Councilmembers Mark Forstenhausler, Marie Potter, Joanne Veech, Mayor Lou Nisivoccia and Deputy Mayor Chris Carey continuing to provide guidance and leadership, Randolph Township is positioned for an exciting year in 2023. This Council roster also marks the first time in township history that the Council is comprised of a female majority.
A concerned Randolph citizen alerted Sunlight Policy Center of New Jersey that full-time NJEA employee Amanda Adams was recently elected to Randolph's school board. As a full-time NJEA employee, Adams has a conflict of interest that is qualitatively different from that of a teacher and needs to be addressed.First, we must acknowledge that, to her credit, Adams was upfront about her full-time NJEA employment on her slate’s election campaign website (https://www.ballepsteinadams.com/post/conflicts-and-our-boe-njea). So Randolph vo...
A concerned Randolph citizen alerted Sunlight Policy Center of New Jersey that full-time NJEA employee Amanda Adams was recently elected to Randolph's school board. As a full-time NJEA employee, Adams has a conflict of interest that is qualitatively different from that of a teacher and needs to be addressed.
First, we must acknowledge that, to her credit, Adams was upfront about her full-time NJEA employment on her slate’s election campaign website (https://www.ballepsteinadams.com/post/conflicts-and-our-boe-njea). So Randolph voters elected Adams with full knowledge of the potential conflict of interest.
Still, as a full-time NJEA employee, Adams has a conflict of interest.
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Here’s the relevant law, NJSA 18A: 12-24(c) (https://www.state.nj.us/education/ethics/coi.shtml):
No school official shall act in his official capacity in any matter where he … has a direct or indirect financial involvement that might reasonably be expected to impair his objectivity or independence of judgment. No school official shall act in his official capacity in any matter where he … has a personal involvement that is or creates some benefit to the school official … [Emphasis added.]
In addressing her conflict of interest on the website, Adams likened her status as a NJEA employee to that of a teacher, but this is misleading.
As a full-time NJEA employee, Adams’ salary and pension are entirely controlled by the NJEA, and as a school board member, her allegiance to the NJEA — and to its members whose dues pay for them — could reasonably be seen to impair her objectivity and independence when negotiating with the Randolph Education Association (REA), all of whose teachers are NJEA members. In addition, salary increases for REA teachers make it easier for them to pay their highest-in-the-nation, $999 annual NJEA dues, which fund Adams’ compensation. This could be seen as a benefit to Adams.
On the other hand, a teacher’s salary and pension are controlled by the school district where she teaches and the state, respectively. Unless a teacher serves on the school board in the district where she teaches — in which case she would have to recuse herself from most union matters — her potential benefit is too attenuated to constitute a conflict.
On the website, Adams defends her position by stating that the School Ethics Commission has ruled: “it is NOT a conflict of interest for a board member to be part of the NJEA, so long as they do not participate directly in negotiations or be present in closed session when union matters are discussed.” [Emphasis added.] This elides over the distinction between a teacher and a full-time NJEA employee, but more importantly, it implies that Adams will recuse herself from union negotiations and closed sessions.
So Sunlight Policy Center asks directly: Will Adams commit to recusing herself from union negotiations and closed sessions?
If Adams commits to recusing herself, then she will negate any conflict of interest issues and should be praised for proactively dealing with the problem. All would be above-board.
If Adams does not commit to recuse herself, then there is a strong case that her status as a full-time NJEA employee violates the language of the law and would be a valid case to bring before the School Ethics Commission.
We urge a concerned Randolph citizen to ask her point blank at the next school board meeting.
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TOMS RIVER — Even Randolph coach Pete Torres shed a few tears after the 41-38 loss to Ewing in the NJSIAA Group 3 girls basketball final on Sunday night. Pete Torres and his wife, Kristen, had been leading the Rams program for 15 years.Bringing home the Group trophy had been their goal all this time. ...
TOMS RIVER — Even Randolph coach Pete Torres shed a few tears after the 41-38 loss to Ewing in the NJSIAA Group 3 girls basketball final on Sunday night. Pete Torres and his wife, Kristen, had been leading the Rams program for 15 years.
Bringing home the Group trophy had been their goal all this time. Peter and Kristen Torres – who have collectively led Randolph to more than 200 victories – shared a hug after the game, so close to achieving that goal.
"It's an unbelievable, unbelievable run. It's a dream come true," Pete Torres said.
Pete Torres had told Randolph's then-athletic director Jeff DiLollo he'd take the program "to another level." He pledged to win something in four years, delivering a sectional title. The Rams (27-3) won their second on March 1, selling 1,100 tickets – the most for any athletic event in school history.
This was Randolph's first trip to the Group final. Ewing (30-3) had won Group 3 in 1999, and last played in the final in 2018.
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Blue Devils junior guard Rhian Stokes led all scorers with 17 points, despite picking up her fourth foul three minutes into the third quarter. Senior guard Sydney Jenisch had 11 for Randolph, and her sister Madison Jenisch added 10.
The Group 3 final featured 11 lead changes and was tied nine times. Madison Jenisch seemed to snatch victory for the Rams with a 3-pointer in the right corner with 2:32 left, but Stokes responded with a runner off the glass.
Ewing junior guard Te'Yala Delfosse, who had scored her 1,000th career point earlier in the game, grabbed a rebound with nine seconds left and sank two free throws as time expired.
The Rams' three losses this winter came against Group champions: Ewing, Bayonne (Group 4) and Morris Catholic (Non-Public B).
"We had opportunities," Pete Torres said. "We made some mental mistakes. You don't know what's going to happen in those big moments."