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The Advanced Chiropractic Center is one of South Jersey’s premier chiropractic offices. Dr. Neil Liebman founded The Advanced Chiropractic Center in Pennsauken, New Jersey in 1988 and has dedicated himself to excellence in chiropractic medicine every day since then.

Advanced Chiropractic and Wellness Center Nerve Disorder.Once upon a time, there lived a young maiden named Lindsay N. In 1995-1996, upon reaching the tender age of fifteen, Lindsay began to experience numbness and dull pain in her left leg and foot. Doctor after doctor, scan after scan, held no answers. Eventually, the patient’s numbness was chalked up to both her vegetarianism and her already existing condition, Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Years passed and the numbness came and went. Lindsay learned to ‘live with it.’ Fast-forward to the year 2006: Lindsay’s numbness and pain returned with an abnormal strength. From head to toe, the layers of numbness and pain conquered the left side of her body.

Lindsay was forced to leave her job due to this ‘mystery illness’. Quickly, it became difficult for her to walk and to engage in any daily activities. At times, even her own clothes hurt her skin and body. For three years, Lindsay, along with her mom and dad, went (again) from doctor to doctor-from neurosurgeon to physical therapists, from gastroenterologists to orthopedists, from Reiki/massage masters to acupuncturists… and, still, they got no answers. For nearly 3 years, their search proved futile and Lindsay’s pain intensified daily. Then there came a light in a deep well of darkness. Lindsay’s mom received a recommendation about Dr. Neil Liebman from one of her colleagues. Dr. Neil, along with Dr. Melissa Brantz, have utilized chiropractic and unique ‘Fenzian’ treatments to aid in Lindsay’s recovery. Dr. Neil’s confidence and positive attitude gave Lindsay confidence and a positive attitude.

Since late November of 2008, Dr. Neil and his team have paved Lindsey’s path toward health, identifying her 13-year-long health-puzzle as a nerve disorder. On May 16, 2009, Lindsey will turn 28, without constant pain, without daily pain medications, and with nothing but hope for her health and the future.

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