Sandoz Chiropractic is consistently recognized as South Jersey’s Premiere Non-Surgical Disc and Spine Center. Our patients recognize us as the “Go-To” source for their alternative medicine health care needs.
While our primary focus has always been on the spine, the joints of the body, and their connection to the nervous system, we are also here to here to help you INCREASE & IMPROVE your immune systems.
We always tell our patients, “We offer you every advanced technology and every tool possible to promote healing naturally.” Our goal is to develop a protocol that is custom to you so that we are able to help you heal in a timely fashion so that each patient is back to living a fuller and quality life once again.
While chiropractic care may not be able to heal you of “any and every illness” that you may suffer from, there is evidence that regular spinal adjustments may boost your immune system by regulating the operation of your nervous system.
“The first time I had this procedure, I could actually feel ‘this stuff’ leaving my brain… my eyes cleared up, my speech cleared up… they keep me from having these bad pains…”
This is what former star NFL quarterback Jim McMahon had to say about his experience with the Atlas Orthogonal procedure. After years of being a professional athlete, taking punishing hits as a quarterback, his was is constant pain. Often he was forced to lie in bed in a darkened room to find relief, sometimes for weeks at a time.
Mr. McMahon continues to receive treatment and is now living a more normal life.
Why is Montel so excited about Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic? According to him:
“I suffer from MS, I have extreme neuralgic pain in the lower extremities, I’m in pain 24 hours a day seven days a week 365 days a year, and then I go to see this doctor… I’ve had pain in my feet, I’ve struggled with my balance… I am walking differently, my pain is less, I have already regained strength in my left leg… it’s the most amazing thing that has ever happened to me…”
Retired football superstar, television personality, and author, Michael Strahan describes his success many years ago with the Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic procedure.
“I’ve been coming to atlas orthogonal for the last three years since 1998. And for me, with the wear and tear I take every day playing professional football – your head is the tool that you need the most and is often the one that gets beat up the most. So for me to come into this office and to have the work done… it gets me back in shape to go out there so I can continue to play the way I like to play the entire season. In our game, your body is physically your business. And that’s why a lot of teammates have come and participated, and they’ve all had great results. Before I came to atlas orthogonal, headaches, a lot of headaches. Just light headaches, not necessarily migraines or anything like that. Stiffness, neck, my neck was tight, my shoulders were tight. I just felt like I wasn’t getting the most out of my body physically. But after I started coming here, now I feel great, I must say. I’ve gone through the last three seasons feeling the best I’ve ever felt, especially last year. If I can come in and continue to have these treatments, and they can continue to help me the way they’ve helped me, maybe I can continue to last for another eight years.”
Sportscaster Jay Glazer describes his success with the Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic procedure.
“I came out here, took x-rays, and my life was changed in about 2/3 of a second. This atlas orthogonal percussion device that he uses – the entire thing takes 2/3 of one second. And when he does it, you feel all the muscles fall off the bone. My spine, which had been 20 degrees to the right, suddenly was realigned. One minute after he actually used the device on me, we took another x-ray and it was right done the pipe, and it was the first time in twelve years that I was not in pain. I’ve only come back three times since in the past three months, and I’m still pain free, doing things that I hadn’t done. But the best part is that I’m up and around seven days a week now and going back to the normal life that I enjoyed twelve years ago – something I haven’t really seen in over a decade.”