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Dr. Robert Michael Press, DC

Chiropractor

Dr. Robert M. Press is a top chiropractor in Englewood, NJ. Dr. Press is one of only a handful of chiropractic physicians to complete a fellowship in clinical and basic science research. In addition to being a physician, Dr. Press is a research scientist who carefully vets all nutritional materials he dispenses before allowing his patients to take them. He also only uses methods and treatments shown to have scientific validity, by what is known as "evidence-based medicine". Dr. Press graduated with honors from National University of Health Sciences in 2011 after completing a fellowship in clinical research under Dean, Gregory Cramer, DC, PhD and Professor, Jerrilyn Cambron, DC, MPH, PhD, LMT. There he worked on research projects involving spinal morphometry, or the measurement of the shape of spinal joints, as well as MassageNet – a practice-based research network for massage therapy. Dr. Press co-founded WikiChiro with his late father, Dr. Stephen Press, DC, PhD, FICC, FACSM, FRCC. WikiChiro is the online chiropractic encyclopedia, serving both patients and clinicians with articles on topics relating to chiropractic, health, and wellness. Dr. Press has a research interest in neurological and behavioral disorders and uses nutrition and physical medicine to treat or co-manage such conditions as ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Tic Disorders, Hypotonia, and others.
8 years Experience
Dr. Robert Michael Press, DC
  • Englewood, NJ
  • National University of Health Sciences
  • Accepting new patients

After running, my ankles get a shooting pain. Can a chiropractor help?

It is likely not coming from a spinal, but a foot problem, although, that is also usually something a chiropractor could help with. A thorough history and an exam would be required READ MORE
It is likely not coming from a spinal, but a foot problem, although, that is also usually something a chiropractor could help with. A thorough history and an exam would be required to determine the cause of the pain.