Meet the Doctors

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."  -  Thomas Edison


Dr. Fatato has been practicing chiropractic for over 20 years and is a life-long resident of southern Jersey.  She is a graduate of New York 
Chiropractic College and utilizes several types of chiropractic techniques including traditional diversified manipulation, Cox Decompression Technique and Webster Technique.

Dr. Fatato has been a certified Cox Decompression Technique practitioner since 2005.  Cox Technique is a low-force chiropractic treatment that administers flexion distraction and spinal decompression.  Research has found that Cox Technique is effective at decreasing intradiscal pressure and widening the spinal canal foraminal area resulting in reducing pressure on spinal nerves and returning motion to the spinal joints.  Cox Technique is a appropriate for neck and arm pain as well as low back and leg pain associated with conditions such as disc herniations, spinal stenosis and osteoarthritis.

Dr. Fatato uses Webster Technique on her patients who are experiencing pelvic imbalances during pregnancy.  The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic sacral analysis and diversified adjustment.  The goal of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of sacral subluxation and SI joint dysfunction.  Sacral subluxation may contribute to difficult labor for the mother (i.e. dystocia), caused by inadequate uterine function, pelvic contraction, and baby mal-presentation.  Correction of sacral subluxation may have a positive effect on all of these causes of dystocia.

Dr. Fatato enjoys treating younger patients by helping them establish good biomechanical habits and helping older patients navigate the changes and physical challenges of aging.

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Dr. Ramie Stiles graduated from Logan University in 2006 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic.  She also received her Bachelors of Science from Rutgers University in 2001.  She is an adjunct professor at both Stockton University and Camden County College where she teaches Anatomy & Physiology.  Her goal as a doctor is to serve and educate her patients about the non-invasive ways to optimize their well-being. 

Dr. Stiles believes that the body has the ability to heal under the right circumstances.  Her job as the chiropractor is to figure out what those circumstances are.  She accomplishes this by treating the whole body as a complex integrated system, not a collection of parts.  It is important to cater each treatment plan to the individual patient by prescribing the right combination of treatment methods for that individual's specific needs.  Treatment methods include chiropractic adjustments, nutritional therapy and physiotherapeutic exercises.

Dr. Stiles specializes in non-force technique called S.O.T. (Sacrooccipital Technique).  S.O.T. practitioners utilize full spine adjusting techniques as well as pelvic wedges to balance and facilitate the flow of cerebrospinal fluid throughout the central nervous system.  This allows the body to efficiently adapt to both environmental and gravitational stress.  In addition, S.O. T. doctors address soft tissue, extremities, viscera, and the cranium in their analysis and correction of the various subluxation patterns.

Utilizing this techniques, Dr. Stiles has successfully treated all age groups from infants to the elderly.  Her specialties include cranio-sacral work, headaches, TMJ disorders, pediatric and treatment for pregnant women. 

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