Announcing the Opening of Our Basking
Ridge Clinic Extending Our Reach and Transforming Lives
been fantastic to meet a whole new array of individuals eager to make a change in their lives. There are so many stories, so many interesting and friendly people from all walks of life, that a “people person” like myself couldn’t possibly get bored. In this new, more intimate space, I’m able to work one-on-one in treatment sessions, guiding people through the methodologies that will finally allow them to live their lives pain-free. In between the times when I’m relaxing with my family or treating patients, I’ve been on the hunt for new physical therapists to bring on board both in Elizabeth and Basking Ridge. Adding new members to the NJIB team is a thrilling prospect, but I’m incredibly picky about finding exactly the right people for the job. I need therapists who are aligned with my own, one-on-one, attentive approach to treatment, focused on achieving incredible results for every person who comes into our clinic. After all, I owe that to my patients after all these years. If you’re in the Basking Ridge area, come in and say hi! We’re right in the historic district of Liberty Corner, attached to the chiropractic clinic of my skilled friend and colleague, Dr. Vincent LaSorsa. I’m so excited to meet all the new faces in the area and continue to do the work that keeps me coming into the clinic every day.
It’s been a year of tremendous personal and professional growth. Of course, the biggest recent event has been the birth of my two beautiful twins, Michael and Michele, with all the chaos and joy they bring into my world. But in the midst of all the awesome things that have been going on at home, I’ve also been pushing the New Jersey Institute of Balance forward, perhaps more than ever before. Though I may be a little late in mentioning it within the pages of our newsletter, I’m pleased to formally announce the opening of our new, second clinic out in Basking Ridge! It’s always been my team’s goal to serve as many patients as possible. It’s important to us that we’re able to reach out to everyone in our community struggling with pain and injury and give them the tools that will allow them to return to doing the things they love. Nobody deserves to have to go through the struggle that injury brings alone, simply accepting poor mobility and debilitating aches as a fact of life. That’s why we’re always looking for opportunities to extend our reach and maximize the positive impact we can make on our community and the world at large. And for about two months at our new Basking Ridge location, we’ve been doing just that. I’ve been migrating from office to office, treating all these new arrivals while continuing to work with my patients back in Elizabeth. Really, it’s an extension of the patient-centric approach we’ve had ever since the beginning. It’s
–Dr. Michael Russo
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