Dr. Mark Schlobohm, Director of New Providence Chiropractic, and his office are raising funds for our
local heroes by supporting the New Providence local Police, Fire and Rescue Squad . During the months of September and October, all new patients will receive; a consultation, exam, and x-rays (if necessary) in exchange for a minimum $39 donation to the New Providence Local Emergency Agencies.
During this time of Remembrance of 9/11, and in light of the recent flooding and overwhelming
devastation that has impacted Texas due to Hurricane Harvey, it is important that we unite and honor
our Local Heroes for their dedication, commitment and bravery for past achievements and future
“Our local police risk their lives daily to protect and serve our community. We are continuing our Year
of Giving Back by honoring our local heroes throughout the entire months of September and October. It
is a great time to get a spinal checkup and help support a great cause” Says Dr. Mark Schlobohm.
To further this cause; we will open our practice for established patients on Saturday, September 30,
2017 for treatment in exchange for minimum $25.00 donation. (Limited Appointments Available)
New Providence Chiropractic is located at 133 Gales Drive. For more information, or to make an
appointment, call (908) 665-1818 or visit us at www.npchiro.com.
New Providence Chiropractic specializes in state of the art Chiropractic Techniques that rehabilitate the
spine and nerves, and the evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries. The facility offers lectures extensively to the community and their profession on numerous health related issues and has won several awards for service in the community and their profession for excellence in delivering chiropractic care. New Providence Chiropractic also consults with Doctors of Chiropractic across the United States on delivering quality Chiropractic care. Also, New Providence Chiropractic has been involved with elite athletes for years including the United States Decathlon team. Dr. Schlobohm was a treating physician at the Olympics in Atlanta in 1996, and at the Olympic games in Athens Greece for the Decathlon Team. Dr. Mark Schlobohm is a PGA certified treating physician.