Wellness Centers: Diverse Paths to Health

Traditional and alternative methods are under one roof at these innovative practices.

Wellness centers incorporate traditional and nontraditional medical approaches to offer patients individualized paths to well-being.
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Integrative, health-forward wellness centers incorporate traditional and nontraditional medical approaches to offer patients individualized paths to well-being—from consultations with medical doctors to acupuncture, meditation and a host of complementary treatments.

Chambers Center for Well Being

An affiliate of Atlantic Health System, this 20,000-square-foot facility with 15 treatment rooms has an extensive roster of holistic services, including healing touch, nutritional counseling, hypnosis, massage (from aromatherapy to prenatal), skin care and more. Classes include Ayurveda self care, healthy cooking, meditation, tai chi and stress reduction.
• 435 South Street, Morristown

Mecca Integrated Medical

The providers on this team include chiropractors, physical therapists, an osteopath, an M.D., an acupuncturist and a massage therapist. The center offers acupuncture, physical therapy and nutrition counseling. Patients can also receive pain-management treatments, including minimally invasive procedures such as epidurals, along with laser therapy and spinal decompression therapy.
• 333 Route 46 West
Building A, Suite 135, Fairfield

Princeton Integrative Health

The team at this practice includes nutrition specialists, a medical doctor, a cannabis educator and a naturopath. The services are offered in preset packages focused on improving nutrition and addressing chronic conditions, as well as a transition plan to help maintain progress. Programs include varying levels of support such as individualized meal planning, one-on-one consultations, lab-work analysis and customized supplement protocols.
• 134 Franklin Corner Road, Suite 101B, Lawrenceville

Sanare Center for Integrative Medicine

Services include medical consultations, pain management, nutrition counseling, non-surgical orthopedics and coaching on mindfulness.
• 35 Olcott Square, Bernardsville

Soul Focus

A major goal of this wellness center is to help patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and medication. Programs include medical weight loss, spinal decompression, joint therapy and chiropractic, plus gym and spa facilities.
• 7 Meridian Road, Eatontown

Tao Integrative Medicine

Mind, body and spirit are at the forefront at this diverse practice of psychologists, acupuncturists, physicians, meditation and nutrition counselors. Among treatment options are Chinese herbs, psychotherapy, infrared sauna therapy and nutrition therapy.
• 999 Route 73 North, Suite 200, Marlton

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