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 CoVid19 Update

Until further notice office hours will be as follows:

Monday:  9 – 12:30 & 3 – 6:30

Tuesday:  3 – 6

Wednesday:  9 – 12:30 & 3 – 6:30

Thursday:  9 – 12:30 & 3 – 6:30

Saturday:  By appointment only

By executive order, Governor Murphy has designated healthcare appointments, such as chiropractic adjustments,  an allowed reason to leave the home. Branchville Family Chiropractic will stay open to ensure the health of our practice members.

Your health and the health of this community is of our utmost concern and we are taking all the necessary steps to follow all state and national regulations to ensure your health and safety. While our office is cleaned regularly, we have scheduled additional deep cleaning services to put your minds at ease.

Here is an overview of the steps we are taking:

  • Temporary removal of the toy section.
  • You will check in with a stylus pen.  We will have multiple pens and sanitize between each use.
  • Cleaning of all patient touch surfaces, door handles, etc (every 15 minutes or more).
  • Sanitizing hands, facepieces, table and hand rests between each patient.
  • Masks are worn in the office.
  • Spread out scheduling to support social distancing. Please schedule your appointment. If you are in the area and want to get checked, call or text the office to let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you. If there is more than one other car in the parking lot, please wait until someone comes out until you enter the office.
  • Continued common-sense practices surrounding hygiene and hand washing.

For everyone’s safety, we will limit the amount of people we have in our office so please CALL FIRST:  973-948-5556 or TEXT to 973-571-3401.

*On that note, if you are sick (have a fever, cough, sore throat, fatigue, nausea, diarrhea or other symptoms of CoVid),  have been in a highly infected area or have potentially been exposed to COVID-19, please give us a call or text to  to reschedule your appointments*

5 Tips to Support Your Family’s Health and Immunity

Along with good hygiene habits like washing your hands with soap and water and minimizing touching your face, there are many other things you can do to support your health and immune system.

  1. Get Adequate Sleep: Use this time to reevaluate your nighttime routines and sleep patterns. Lack of sleep has a massive impact on the responsiveness of your immune system. Aim for 7-8 hours per night for adults and 10-12 for children. Avoid technology and screens at least 60 minutes before sleep time.
  2. Assess your Nutrition: It is imperative we feed our body nutrient-dense, high quality foods to support optimum overall functioning. Are you eating lots of vegetables and seasonal fruits? Are you purchasing local and/or organic foods? Organic quality is of particular importance for your protein and dairy choices. For a list of the best fruits and vegetables to buy organic, simply google “Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen”. If you need guidance with your nutrition, please let us know! We are here to support you!
  3. Hydrate with beverages that do not contain sugar and caffeine.
  4. Exercise and move “Nutritiously” throughout your day. Aim for at least 20-30 min of exercise daily. Light exercise has been shown to augment the functionality of the immune system (so now is the time to get out and move your body on a daily basis)!
  5. Get Adjusted: Chiropractic Care has been shown in several studies to have a positive effect on the immune system. Case studies show that including chiropractic care as a part of your health care routines help to support wellness year after year.

It is so much easier to keep “well people well”, then to help them heal from full-blown sickness. Invest in the tips above and you will go a long way to create a strong “terrain” which can be inhospitable to viral and bacterial infections.

And remember, even if you do get sick, staying vigilant with these habits will be more likely to help you recover faster.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, your family, our country, our front line essential workers and all affected at this time.

For more helpful tips, check out our Blog – Resources for You While You Shelter In Place

Covid 19 Update | (973) 948-5556