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136 Franklin Corner Road

Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 US

609-912-0440

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About the Staff

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The doctors at Complete Health of Lawrenceville have experience working with athletes of all levels:

  •      the weekend warrior
  •     high school and collegiate athletes
  •     professional athletes

If you are suffering from an injury, want to improve your quality of life, or would like to take your performance to the next level,

we are here to help you reach your goal!

MEET OUR DOCTORS

  • Dr. Richard L. Berkowitz

    Dr. Richard L. Berkowitz, FACO, is a graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic where he also attained a Master's degree in Sports Health Science.  He is a Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists and is designated as a Fellow of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (FACO).  Dr. Berkowitz is a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, a method used by doctors treating injuries on professionial and Olympic athletes.  He is a Titelist Performance Institute Level 2 Medical Professional, helping golfers remove physical limitations to improve their game.  In addition to his segment on NBC's morning show, Dr. Berkowitz was recently featured in an article in the industry's leading journal the American Chiropractic Association News. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors.  Click here for more information about Dr. Berkowitz.

  • Dr. Jeffrey M. Clancey

    Dr. Jeffrey M. Clancey, FACO, is a graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic, where in addition to his Doctor of Chiropractic degree, he also attained a Master's degree in Sports Health Science.  Dr. Clancey specializes in athletic injury (from youth level to professional athletes), medico-legal cases, personal injury, workers compensation, and general practice.  He is trained in Active Release Technique which is a state of the art soft tissue system which treats problems with muscles, tendons, fascia, nerves, and ligaments. Dr. Clancey is a Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists and is designated as a Fellow of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (FACO). He is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association, the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors, and ANJC Sports Chiropractors. Click here for more information about Dr. Clancey.

  • Dr. Jaclyn Reich, DACM

    Dr. Jaclyn Reich, DACM, is a NJ licensed acupuncturist with national board certifications in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She graduated with high honors from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where she earned her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM). Dr. Reich also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biopsychology from The College of New Jersey. With her knowledge of both Eastern medicine and Psychology, Dr. Reich works to provide empathetic and judicious treatments for her patients to help them attain improved physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being.

MEET OUR STAFF

  • Bryan Haig, MSPT

    Bryan Haig, MSPT, Director of Physical Therapy, received his Master's Degree from Long Island University in 1998.  He directed two facilities in Manhattan until relocating to the New Jersey area in 2002.  Bryan has extensive rehabilitation experience in the treatment of orthopedic and sports related injuries.  He is also a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, a method used by doctors treating injuries on professionial and Olympic athletes.  He has attended numerous continuing education seminars for the diagnosis and treatment of the spine and extremities.  Bryan especially welcomes opportunities to coordinate treatment with other health care practitioners in complimentary practices such as chiropractic care, massage therapy, and nutritional consulting.  Click here for more information about Bryan Haig.

  • Dee Juno, PTA

    Dee Juno, PTA, Clinical Coordinator, is a graduate of Mercer County Community College's Physical Therapy Assistant program.  Dee works with patients in the PT area.  She joined our practice in 2001 and has a long standing relationship with our patients.  Click here for more information about Dee Juno.

  • Jill Settembrino, BA, CPT

    Jill Settembrino, BA, CPT, Director of Operations, joined CHCC in March 2006 as the rehab/orthotics consultant.  She is a certified personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine.  Jill manages office operations in our Lawrenceville office and aids patients with stretching and strengthening exercises.  Click here for more information about Jill Settembrino.

  • Kari Steckley, BA

    Kari Steckley, BA, Site Manager, in our Lawrenceville office.  She heads the front desk area and is responsible for billing for that office.  Before joining the practice she worked as a Program Coordinator and Health Educator at a weight loss center in Princeton.

  • Elaina Scozzari

    Elaina Scozzari, Front Desk Supervisor, in our Lawrenceville office.  She specializes in insurance verification and is happy to assist our patients with questions they may have regarding their benefits.

  • Alison Carpenter, NCMT

    Alison Carpenter, NCMT, is a nationally certified massage therapist and is a graduate of Somerset School of Massage.  She provides a deep muscle massage and our 'weekend warriors' appreciate her work on Monday mornings.

To schedule an appointment call today at 609-912-0440

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "My experience with your office has been outstanding. I came here not knowing what was going to happen. The pain I had was so bad I could barely walk. After my first treatment, I felt so much better. I tell everyone in my family and all of my friends how great this office is and that if they need a Chiropractic office, this is the one!""
    Cheryl
  • "I started here about 18 months ago for chiropractic care. I have received wonderful treatment in a warm and inviting atmosphere. I love that they have so many different services on site; they all communicate with each other to be sure you are getting all the help you need. I even brought my teenage son here when he had a sports injury and the physical therapists were great with him."
    Irene, Lawrence
  • "Has everything you could need to recover from an injury or pain issue. Chiropractors are both wonderful and the staff is so pleasant. Would absolutely recommend this location."
    Jill, Ewing

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