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Princeton, NJ Chiropractic & Rehabilitation

Contact us at 952-229-7119

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LifeClinic of Princeton, Plainsboro, NJ

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Princeton, NJ Chiropractic Services

Neck & Back
Shoulders & Arms
Hands & Wrists
Feet & Ankles
Hips & Knees
Athletic Performance
Work & Auto Accidents

Chiropractic Care

LifeClinic of Princeton, NJ will customize a treatment plan to manage your musculoskeletal pain. It may include the following procedures:

Hip Alignment

A tilted pelvis results in uneven hips, with one higher than the other. It is often accompanied by muscle tightness and imbalance. Hip alignment can help resolve these issues through different chiropractic massage techniques.

Full Body Adjustment

We begin our full-body adjustment by first assessing the joints that may need adjustments. Afterward, our chiropractors may apply a thrust to the spine, limbs, or other extremities of your body. Full body adjustment is a holistic treatment that can reduce muscle tension, promote better sleep, and ease your pain.

Spinal Alignment

If you are experiencing chronic headaches, excessive fatigue, and pain in the lower back, neck, knees, and hips, your spine may be misaligned. Undergoing a spinal alignment with our trained chiropractors corrects your vertebral joints with a controlled force.

Back Alignment

Pain can occur in the upper and lower regions of your back. Back alignment can address different pain symptoms such as a burning or stabbing sensation, mobility issues, and a herniated disc.

Tailbone Adjustment

A misaligned coccyx can irritate the nerves and tissues that surround it. A tailbone adjustment decreases the inflammation in the affected area and stretches its ligaments. Your chiropractor may also recommend exercises and stretches that can help relieve the pain.


Apart from chiropractic care, our Princeton, NJ clinic also offers various rehabilitation services. Recover from an injury, operation, or medical condition and get back to doing the things you love. We will help you regain your impaired motor functions.

Accident Injury Rehabilitation

The trauma to the body that an accident brings may cause you to undergo rehabilitation. After the accident, you may experience muscle stiffness, soreness, and difficulty moving some parts of your body. We can address these pain symptoms to help you return to your normal way of life.

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Athletes are also prone to encountering an accident during training or an actual game. Different sports-related injuries can happen, but the most common include ankle sprains, hamstring strains, ACL tears, and patellofemoral syndrome. Our sports injury rehabilitation speeds up athletes’ recovery time so they can return to their sport quicker.

Work Injury Rehabilitation

The workplace is an accident-prone location. You may fall down a flight of stairs or slip on wet floors. These can result in sprains and injuries that affect your ability to work and may cause you to be inefficient. Our work injury rehabilitation services can help you get back in a decent amount of time.

Pre- and Post-Operative Care

Patients who are going to take and have undergone surgery have different needs, including physical preparation, emotional stability, and psychological support. Operative care ensures that you are in the best condition possible before undergoing surgery so you can quickly return to this state after.

Conditions We Treat

LifeClinic in Princeton, NJ offers chiropractic care and rehabilitation services in treating your musculoskeletal conditions. Here are some of the many complications that we can address:


This condition affects the sciatic nerve, the largest nerve in the body. It passes through the buttocks and down to the back of the thighs, extending to the heel and sole. Sciatica causes the nerve to be constricted, resulting in pain, numbness, and weakness.


Fibromyalgia is a long-term and widespread condition that affects your bones and muscles. It is usually accompanied by fatigue, moodiness, and can affect your sleep and memory.

Patellofemoral Syndrome

Commonly known as knee pain, this condition results from an injury or a medical illness. People suffering from patellofemoral syndrome often complain of swelling, stiffness, crunching noises, and instability. Moreover, they may be unable to walk or fully straighten their legs.

Neck Pain

Neck pain starts from the neck and can stretch to one or both arms. There are several causes of neck pain, including age, poor posture, arthritis, and muscle inflammation. It may also result from the neck staying too long in awkward and uncomfortable sleeping positions.

What to Expect

1 Examination

During your 1st visit, our providers will hear the story of what brings you in, perform a new patient examination to determine the root cause of your problem, and briefly summarize what was found.

The examination consists of motion tests, palpation, reflex testing, and muscle strength, to help identify dysfunction in movement patterns and poor muscle engagement.

2 Report Of Finding

During your second visit, your provider will recap what was found in the examination, discuss a solution, review what your personal contribution to care will be, and begin treatment on that day.

3 Daily Appointments

On each subsequent visit, our providers will perform routine assessments to ensure you are track with your treatment plan and provide treatment.

Treatment visits typically consist of a combination of:

  • Chiropractic Adjustments: restores, maintains, and optimizes human function by eliminating interference within the joint and soft tissue thus restoring the synergy between your joints, nerves, and muscles. Chiropractic adjustments are only available during sessions with a chiropractor.
  • Integrated Muscle and Joint Therapy (IMJT): an advanced, active form of soft tissue treatment that effectively integrates the mind, muscular, skeletal, and neurological systems to achieve optimum balance throughout the body. IMJT is a patented technique available exclusively at LifeClinic.
  • Rehabilitation: carefully selected exercises and activities used in a specific sequence in order to reinforce changes made with the adjustment and IMJT. Rehabilitation retrains the body’s “movement habits.”
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