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OUR CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC MISSION

dr_art_portrait6_150_fd.jpgThe mission of Crossroads Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center is to support as many people as possible in their quest for health, and to educate them about chiropractic so they may, in turn, educate others on how to fully express their potential and enhance their lives.

We seek to attract those with family health as their number one priority. We also seek those families willing and able to use their own resources to make this dream a reality. Regular chiropractic checkups can help detect, correct and maintain optimum spinal and nervous system function. Find out how chiropractic care, combined with proper diet, exercise and other aspects of good health and personal hygiene can enhance your well-being and help you enjoy life to the fullest.

Please enjoy browsing our site and don't hesitate to contact us directly if you need more information or wish to make an appointment.

Advanced Spinal Fitness ... for the Slightly Smarter Human

Dr. Art Kellenberger
Clinton Chiropractor | Crossroads Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center | 908-735-4086

44 Pittstown Rd
Clinton, NJ 08809

Testimonial

  • "Constant midback and neck pain completely gone. My quality of life has increased under chiropractic care. I am glad my medical doctor cared enough about health to refer me to Dr. Art."
    - Joseph Cicitta Pharmacist / Clinton, NJ

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