If you live in Ramsey or Passaic and are suffering with nagging chronic or acute pain, soreness, cramps, or stiffness in the neck, you've come to the right place.

It may surprise you to learn that neck pain affects literally millions of Americans at any given moment. So you're not alone. The causes range from genetic issues to injury, disease and stress, but all neck pain sufferers share one thing in common: they want relief-and they want it NOW!

For many, that relief is only a phone call away. Family Chiropractic & Spinal Health Care Center specializes in the treatment of neck pain regardless of its cause.

MOST neck pain symptoms can be treated naturally without risky surgeries or dangerous drugs by working with your body's innate healing powers.

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27 South Franklin Turnpike, Suite 302, Ramsey, NJ 07446

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Ramsey Office: (201) 995-9900
Passaic Office: (973) 471-9585

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