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Meet Dr. Julia Perez

Dr. Julia Perez is a Doctor of Physical Therapy at The Spine & Health Center of Montvale. Julia is interested in all aspects of physical therapy. She completed a clinical rotation at Genesis Rehab in Parsippany NJ which broadened her experience with the geriatric population, and she completed two outpatient rotations where she discovered interests in high school athletes and pediatrics. Julia is a LSVT BIG Clinician. LSVT BIG is a form of treatment that helps improve movements of people with Parkinson’s Disease.

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Meet Dr. Kim DelMage

Dr. Kim, a chiropractor at The Spine & Health Center of Montvale, graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, the oldest chiropractic institution in the world. Embodying a tradition of caring and patient satisfaction, she helps enhance people’s quality of life as well as promote vitality and wellness. Dr. Kim has practiced chiropractic for over 15 years and she takes a real interest in her patients’ total wellbeing.

Pediatrics at SHC

The Spine & Health Center of New Jersey is proud to offer Pediatrics.

Our pediatric physical therapists (PT’s) and Chiropractic Physicians (DC’S) treat kids under 18, from newborns to teenagers. They see children for a variety of different reasons, including bone/muscle issues, sports-related injuries, or genetic, brain, spine, or nerve disorders. They have years of training and advanced certifications in treating children. Our Pediatric providers help kids improve their range of motion, strength, flexibility, and movement patterns. The goal is to help children move their bodies how and when they want to the best of their abilities. Pediatric PTs help make everyday activities easier for kids.

Pediatric therapy helps children learn to successfully and independently perform gross motor skills and functional mobility skills. As a child begins to successfully develop these skills, it creates a greater form of independence that helps contribute to achieving a higher sense of self-esteem. Though pediatric therapy for children provides a safer form of development and strengthening, it is also capable of being an essential preventative measure.

Pediatric therapy also helps young athletes in preventing injury by addressing any muscle imbalance or weakness as well as help them to return to play after injury. A variety of treatment interventions are used including: developmental activities, therapeutic exercise, balance and coordination activities, adaptive play activities, mobility training, safety and prevention programs, and activities to promote overall wellness.