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Advanced Healing Centers
Phone: 201-599-0881

Located in the heart of Emerson, NJ. Dr. Elia is dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives -- combining skill and expertise that spans the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum. Dr. Elia is committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching his 7 Element Theory which he is currently writing a book about.

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Patients seeking treatment at Advanced Healing Centers with Dr.Elia are assured of receiving only the finest quality care through the use of modern chiropractic equipment and technology.

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Testimonials

  • "Thank you Dr. Elia for giving me hope that I would eventually heal. I went swimming laps in the pool for the first time in 4 years and did not have any pain. I am deeply grateful to you and your ability to heal me and for never giving up on your belief that I could get better. With Gratitude, Lisa Steinberg Wishing you all good things in 2012."
    Lisa Steinberg / Emerson, NJ
  • "I began going to Dr. Elia for back problems, then he started treating me for my indoor and outdoor allergies. I had great results. I used to take allergy pills everyday year round. I haven't taken an allergy pill in over 10 years since Dr. Elia treated me for this condition."
    Carol Digiacomo, Rivervale NJ wrote
  • "I was treated for an over active adrenal gland and hormonal imbalance. The results achieved after her treatment are described in the following quote, "Excellent, I had been treated with numerous medical and alternative doctors with failed results. I have never received such caring and thorough treatment from any doctor before meeting Dr. Elia." Kim's additional comments were as follows, "I believe you need to meet with Dr. Elia if you are experiencing any unusual or chronic symptoms. But most importantly you should seek treatment for wellness on all levels with Dr. Elia."
    Kim Merli, from River Vale NJ wrote

3D Spine Simulator

Click on launch to open the animation and click on the area of the spine that is causing you pain. You will find all of the organs that are associated with that area that might be affected by the pain in your back or neck. We all forget that the spine houses all of the nerves that run to all of our organs. Maybe your sinus congestion has more to do with your neck pain. Or your stomic problems are associated with your low back pain.

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