Stay Fit While You Sit workshop on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 7 p.m. at the Washington Twp.
Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd, Long Valley, NJ.
The goal of this presentation given by Dr. Jeffrey
Culbert, chiropractor, is to help people who sit on the job reduce the strain put on their bodies and thus increase their productivity.
Dr. Jeffrey Culbert graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in 1986.
Prior to his taking over Schooley’s Mountain Chiropractic Center, he practiced for six years as an
Associate at the Berkley Heights Chiropractic Center.
Dr. Culbert has over 400 hours of applied kinesiology training through the International College of Applied Kinesiology.. He also has obtained advanced proficiency status and has been an instructor in the
Activator Methods technique, a technique that utilizes a small hand held adjusting instrument, perfect for the very young to not so young and those in between who prefer a gentler touch.
Other techniques used by Dr. Culbert are the traditional adjustments sone by hand and S.O.T.(sacral occipital technique) which gently balances the cranial and sacral bones.
Through these techniques, Dr. Culbert in his practice of Chiropractic, has helped many patients suffering from: Pinched Nerves, Headaches, Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation, Leg, Shoulder, Arm Pain-numbness, Lower Back Pain, Slipped Discs, Neck Pain, Sciatica, Colds, Digestive Disturbances and Allergies.
Dr. Culbert has also completed training through the New York Chiropractic College and the American Chiropractic Association, and passed examinations to receive a degree as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (C.C.S.P) and is National Board Certified, and has gone through training for Power Centering.
A father of four, Dr. Culbert is a strong influence in the community, and is a firm believer of giving back to his community. He offers “in office” talks on wellness, as well as community outreach programs in his and surrounding communities.
Schooley’s Mountain Chiropractic is also a certified Creating Wellness Center.
Call the Library at 908-876-3596 or go to www.wtpl.org to sign up for this program!