Address871 Allwood Road
Clifton NJ 07012
Call us(973)-343-5190


Our Services


We are committed to providing the customized chiropractic care to our clients in Clifton and the surrounding areas. Work closely with your chiropractor in Matthews to get the care you need. We’ll work closely with you to treat sprains and strains using active release technique and create a corrective exercise program just for your specific areas of need. We’ll help you overcome sciatica with chiropractic adjustments and keep you pain-free with a customized maintenance program.

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One-on-one Physical Therapy benefits people suffering from chronic pain, recovering from injuries or surgery, and taking preventive measures. The PT staff at Injury Care Center treats cases ranging from postoperative rehabilitation to athletes recovering from sports injuries, and everything in between. Our integrated approach centers around relieving pain while restoring health and function to the body,

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, as many as 20% of American adults suffer from chronic pain. Whether pain stems from a preexisting condition or a sudden injury, it can negatively impact one’s quality of life. This makes it imperative to properly diagnose the source of the pain before treating it efficiently and effectively. Unfortunately, many doctors merely treat pain with prescription drugs and surgery.

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Personal injury are physical injuries, mental injuries, or property damage caused to you by another party’s negligence. This type of injury may allow you to file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault party to recover compensation for the negative financial consequences of their actions.

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Each year there are about 3 million new whiplash injuries in the U.S. with studies involving live humans showing that an auto accident of as little as 5 mph can cause a cervical (neck) injury, even if no damage is done to the car.
Often the symptoms of whiplash injury do not appear immediately, and can be delayed 24-48 hours or more. Most common symptoms following a motor vehicle accident (MVA) are:
Headaches, dizziness, neck pain, back pain, muscle spasms, nerve pain, stiffness & soreness, extremity pain with possible numbness and tingling, memory problems, imbalance, and fatigue.

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Sports injuries are virtually inevitable for many athletes and can often linger into the future if not treated correctly. Consequently, sports injuries the proper diagnosis and treatment in order to ensure a full recovery. Moreover, proper care can also decrease the likelihood of future injuries, allowing athletes to work toward their full potential. The providers at Injury Care Center use an integrated approach to sports medicine. This approach centers around relieving pain while restoring health and function to the body, rather than recommending surgery or prescription drugs. We’ve treated athletes at the youth, high school, college, and professional levels, using multiple modalities to create personalized plans of care.

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Why Choose Us?

At INJURY CARE CENTER, we can help diagnose your pain, and we offer a range of therapies to treat your pain. Our goal is to get you back to your normal activities.

Chronic Pain

Doctors often define chronic pain as any pain that lasts 3 to 6 months. It is estimated that 50 million Americans live with chronic pain. Because each individual person with pain is so unique, it can be challenging to manage pain effectively. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment, and pain management is usually aimed at reducing pain, not eliminating it.

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Neck Pain

The neck, or cervical spine, is a complex structure that can have a large impact on health and vitality. The neck is comprised of seven vertebrae that support the head along with numerous muscles, nerves, and arteries. Because many delicate structures are located in one small area, neck pain can stem from a number of causes. Old injuries, which can stem traumatic events like auto accidents or falls, are some of the most common sources of neck pain.

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Shoulder Pain

Research shows that up to 26% of adults suffer from some form of shoulder pain. Shoulder pain can stem from many different causes, degenerative conditions, acute injuries, herniated discs, and even vitamin deficiencies. Many uncomfortable symptoms can occur along with shoulder pain, including weakness, instability, and decreased range of motion, among others.

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Back Pain

According to research, up to 80 percent of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. The spine is comprised of many delicate, interconnected pieces, subjecting it to numerous different types of injuries. Back issues can cause several different symptoms, including referred pain, discomfort in the extremities, trouble sleeping and stress reactions, among others.

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Knee Pain

According to research, knee pain is the second-most common form of chronic pain worldwide. The knee is comprised of three bones which are separated by discs and connected through ligaments, tendons, and muscles. These tissues can become damaged by acute injuries or underlying degenerative conditions such as Osteoarthritis. Moreover, changes in gate, Tendinitis, and Bursitis are some other common causes of knee pain.

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Sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve in the lower back becomes compressed. This can stem from herniated discs, sports injuries, bone spurs, or degenerative diseases like Osteoarthritis. Symptoms of Sciatica include back pain, tingling or numbness in the extremities, muscle weakness, loss of mobility and trouble sleeping. This condition has a profound effect on everyday life, making routine tasks difficult due to uncomfortable symptoms.

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