Tax Relief: Free Massages at The Back Care Center April 18th

Taxed out in Tenafly? Burned out in Bergenfield? Nervous in New Milford? Crazy in Cresskill? Exhausted in Englewood?

Of course you are. It’s tax season, and you’re not alone.

April 18th may be Tax Day, but we can still make you feel good! Whether you’re ready to crash in Closter or just thankful to be done in Dumont, stop by The Back Care Center for a little peace, health and relaxation.

Or, in other words:

  • Free Chair Massages
  • Relaxing Music
  • Herbal Teas and Comfort Food
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Scalp Massage

It’s our way of giving you a little “Tax Relief.” Bring your family and friends…
but call for an appointment! 201-387-7463

New Additions at The Back Care Center

Now that we’ve expanded our offices, it’s time to expand our staff and our services. The Back Care Center is now proud to offer Massage Therapy, and I’d like you to meet our two new Massage Therapists, Michael and Alicia.

Michael S. Caldwell, one of the licensed massage therapists at The Back Care Center of Dumont NJMichael S. Caldwell, R.Y.T., L.M.T.,  is a nationally certified and New York State certified licensed massage therapist. He’s also registered with the Yoga Alliance at the 500-hour level. He believes that massage and yoga are two important tools for health and wellness, and he’s looking forward to helping The Back Care Center help you relax and feel great.

Alicia Brady provides massage therapy at The Back Care Center of Dumont, NJAlicia Brady, C.M.T., grew up right here in Dumont, graduating from Dumont High School in 1987. She’s a graduate of The Academy of Massage Therapy in Hackensack.

 

You can read more about them on our About Us page, along with our other new staffers, Terry Kerrigan (Integrative Health and Performance Coaching) and Nick Manoy (Titleist Certified Golf Fitness Therapy)

If you would like to schedule a massage with either Michael or Alicia, call us at 201-387-7463.

Where is the outrage?

Recent survey from Inspector Gen of US: 180,000 patients die every year from medical “adverse events”. That is the same as a 747 crashing every day and is about 250 times more people than those died per year in the Iraq war. Where is the outrage?

Tylenol Recall Expands

McNeil Consumer Healthcare and FDA notified consumers expanded a recall to include all available product lots of TYLENOL Arthritis Pain Caplet 100 count bottles, with the distinctive red EZ-OPEN CAP In November 2009, 5 lots of this product were recalled due to consumer reports of an unusual moldy, musty, or mildew-like odor that was associated with nausea, stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea.

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