Under the direction of Dr. Mastropietro, our team provides a variety of chiropractic services for patients struggling with pain in various parts of the body. Since the spine connects the entire body together, patients may experience other symptoms when there is an issue with the spine. Our team conducts the proper examinations to treat the source of the pain and not just the symptoms. We customize the treatment so the patient will not have to continue struggling with the pain on a daily basis and help ensure that the patient lives a healthier and higher quality of life following the treatment.
At Family Chiropractic of Clark and New York, we do more than simply treat pain. Pain is a symptom. We strive to help the patient heal from the condition that is causing the pain. Too many people assume that pain medication is all one needs to treat a musculoskeletal issue. The reality is that pain medication is only a band aid. It does not change the underlying problem that is causing the pain. We teach patient how to change unhealthy behavior and habits so that injury does not occur again and to help guide them to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Megan was born and grew up in Clark where she currently resides with her daughter Natalie. She is a valued member of our office as she maintains and organizes office operations and procedures and supervises the staff. In her free time she enjoys outdoor activities, reading and playing with her dogs.
Coralie is a part time member of our team assisting in our NYC office. She is a sophomore at Fordham University in the Bronx and plans to graduate in the spring of 2022. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, reading, and watching soccer.
Chevelle assists Megan in the operation of the New Jersey office. She graduated from David Brearley High School in Kenilworth. Her passions include spending time with her friends and family. She also attends her church’s youth group on Wednesday nights.
Maddy, a Coton de Tulear, is the official mascot of our NJ office. She loves to greet patients and walk them back to the room before treatment…