DR. MARGARET HEADPT - Physical Therapist, DPT
DR. MARGARET HEAD, PT, DPT - is very passionate about helping people regain an optimal lifestyle as pain free as possible. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Seton Hall with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology in 2007 and then Summa Cum Laude with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2011. Upon graduation, she practiced in Miami, Florida working with both pediatrics and adults in rehabilitation. After moving back to New Jersey, she has been working in outpatient physical therapy with all ages and a wide variety of diagnoses. She is also a Certified Lymphedema Specialist working with patients to regain an optimal level of function by reducing and managing their symptoms. In her spare time Dr. Head has competed in two half marathons and one triathlon and she enjoys being in the great outdoors, dancing tango, volunteering and spending time with her friends and family.
DR. JOE MAZZEO,DC
DR. JOE MAZZEO, DC - is a lifelong resident of NJ who grew up in Matawan, NJ. Following graduation from Bloomfield College in 1999, Dr. Mazzeo attending NY Chiropractic College where he graduated in 2002. Upon graduation, Dr. Mazzeo received the Dr. Frank T. DeGiacomo Award for his graduating class for outstanding chiropractic adjusting technique among his peers. He has been a practicing chiropractor for 16 years and has treated patients in a variety of situations including sports injury, personal injury, and family practice. Out of the office, Dr. Mazzeo is an avid pool player. His other interests include chess, racquetball, movies, and spending time with his family. He is married to his wife Lyn and together they have three children.
is an acupuncturist and herbal medicine practitioner, licensed in NY and NJ. She graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NYC with a Master's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Before she decided to pursue a career as a health care provider, she was a full-time attorney in NYC. After moving to Springfield, NJ-where she still lives with her family-she reduced her legal workload to allow her to focus on raising her seven children. She also became involved in many community volunteer activities, serving on several not-for-profit boards, as an Emergency Medical Technician for the Springfield First Aid Squat, and as a La Leche League leader.