Thomas Campana

NJ Piscataway/New Brunswick Chiropractor Takes the Back Pain out of Holiday Shopping

If trekking through crowded malls lugging overstuffed shopping bags this holiday season is causing one pain in the back...well Dr. Thomas Campana a NJ Piscataway/New Brunswick chiropractor may just have that gift of relief because he has been helping people relieve their back pain for over 30 holiday seasons!


Piscataway, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/01/2016 -- The holidays are an amazing time of the year but unfortunately lifting loads of gifts and setting up holiday decorations can take a toll on us especially for our lower backs. And if back pain strikes - especially disc related pain - it could put a real kink in the festivities. But luckily Dr. Thomas Campana a long time respected Piscataway chiropractor has the know how to get his patient's backs... back into the holiday spirit.

Dr. Thomas Campana a dedicated Piscataway New Jersey chiropractor has taken care of thousands of patients over the years and especially those with disc related back pain. Moreover in his tireless pursuit to help his patients, this Piscataway chiropractor will literally leave no stone unturned in search of the latest scientific and technological advancements. And with this in mind, Dr. Campana uses some pretty amazing treatments to help ease his patient's suffering from disc related back pain.

"The discs within our spine is actually a jelly-like material separating the vertebrae in our spines." says Dr. Campana. "There is a middle section within the disc called a nucleus and an outer band called an annulus. As we age the outer band, or the annulus, which is a collagen based tissue, begins to break down. The nucleus, which is in the middle, migrates outside and puts pressure on the spinal nerves causing either pain or dysfunction."

Moreover, especially during this holiday season people want to get relief as quickly possible and in order to help his patients recover from disc related pain, Dr. Campana utilizes an advanced piece of technology in his modern chiropractic office called spinal decompression.

"Our spinal decompression table among other things, increases the height between the vertebrae to create a negative pressure within a disc, which will then draw back the disc material," says Dr. Campana.

In fact according to Dr. Campana, spinal decompression therapy also increases blood flow to the disc which will help allow the outer layer or the annular bands to start laying down new cartilage fibers, so that disc lesions can actually recover often without surgery.

Dr. Campana also combines spinal decompression therapy with other therapeutic modalities including some of the most modern manual manipulation techniques of the spine affording his patients innovative relief for their disc related back conditions.

Furthermore, besides delivering exceptional care to his patients, Dr. Campana also instructs them in the proper way of lifting and carrying those special holiday gifts.

"As they say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and that's why I personally instruct my patients in the proper techniques of lifting and pulling so they can avoid re-injuring their lower backs. And when you add it all up, my greatest joy this season is knowing that my patients are having a pain free holiday, "says Dr. Campana.

So if one doesn't have time to let back pain get them down this holiday season, there's a compassionate and cutting edge chiropractor in Piscataway NJ who can help and he has been helping people get well for over three decades and his name is Dr. Thomas Campana.

About Dr. Thomas Campana
Dr. Thomas Campana's chiropractic office ( is located at 690 Stelton Road Piscataway, NJ 08854. He is certified and listed in the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners, a member of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists, The American Chiropractic Association, Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research and the New Jersey Chiropractic Counsel. Dr. Campana excepts most major health insurance including NJ No-Fault Ins. and can be reached at 732-424-1717.