News

September 07, 2008

Dr. Massache is a Professor

He is an associate professor of Anatomy and Physiology. Dr. Massache has been teaching for ten years and finds it incredibly rewarding.

March 01, 2013

Dr. Massache voted Top Doctor

He has been named a "Top Doc" from the Consumers Council of America since 2007. He was also named a "Top Doc" in Parsippany by the Daily Record.

July 13, 2016

Mettler Electonics

Our office uses Mettler electric stimulation and ultrasound. Mettler is the leader in therapeutic medical equipment. Click here to learn more.

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World Class Physicians

Our practice specializes in treating a variety of conditions. We treat patients daily who suffer from chronic lower back and neck pain, headaches, repetitive stress disorders, work injuries, and whiplash. We provide unique care for every patient including chiropractic, physio-therapy methodologies, exercise therapy, as well as professional ergonomic advice.


Dr. Massache & the Staff at Parsippany Chiropractic Center are dedicated to providing the best quality healthcare in a responsive and caring environment to each patient. Not only is Dr. Massache Board certified with years of experience in the profession, he and his staff work closely with other professionals to understand your health issues quickly and apply the right treatment to restore and maintain your optimal health.

Diagnostic Imaging

MRI, short for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, is a radiation-free scanning technique that uses radio waves and magnetic fields to produce detailed three-dimensional images of the body. MRI can be used to identify or precisely locate an injury or abnormality, to scan for developing problems or analyze damage from previous trauma, and to aid in the planning of surgery.


Unlike X-rays, radioisotopes, CT and other methods that use radiation, MRI uses radiofrequency waves. Radio waves detect differences in water concentration and distribution in various body tissues.


During the procedure, the patient lies still on a table that slides into the MRI unit. Newer, “open” scanners do not enclose the patient and reduce anxiety for those with claustrophobia. A series of scans is then performed to obtain the image.

MUA on NBC

 

A News Report on a patient's MUA experience.

What You Need to Know 
Before Choosing a Physician

 

  • Knowing the right questions to ask

  • Are they Board Certified

  • Exploring non-invasive alternatives

Sports Medicine & Non Surgical Alternatives

 

  • Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy

  • Manipulation Under Anesthesia

  • Pain Management​​

  • Osteopathic Manipulation​

  • Physical Therapy Modalities

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