Dr. Mark Schlobohm
Dr. Mark Schlobohm specializes in state of the art Chiropractic Techniques that rehabilitate the spine and nerves and the evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries. He lectures extensively to the community and his profession for excellence in delivering chiropractic care. He also consults with Doctors of Chiropractic across the United States on delivering quality chiropractic care. Dr. Schlobohm graduated from Chatham High School, received his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Villanova University, PA, and his Doctor of Chiropractic from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. He is the Director of Chiropractic for the U.S. Decathlon team. He was the attending physician at the Olympics in Atlanta and Athens, Greece for the Decathlon Team. He is a PGA certified treating physician for the evaluation and treatment for golf related injuries.
He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association and the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors.
Dr. Schlobohm specializes in Applied Kinesiology, Gonstead Sacro-related occipital and Diversified Techniques, and the evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries and spinal rehabilitation. He is certified in performing permanent impairment ratins and is an instructor for the American Red Cross ”Protect Your Back Program.” Dr. Schlobohm is a recipient of the Kats Management (now Integrity Doctors) Chiropractic Excellence award and was the 1996 Businessperson of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Michael Sefcik
Dr. Mike Sefcik received a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Saint John Fisher College, and his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida Campus, and was the Salutatorian of his class in 2010. Dr. Sefcik specializes in Gonstead Technique, Diversified, Flexion/Distraction, and Active Release Technique. He believes that patient education is a very important step in the patients’ overall treatment and wellness. Dr. Mike has a specific interest in enhancing athletic performance through chiropractic care and incorporating chiropractic into the active community.