Dr. Stephen Becker

Dr. Stephen Becker was born in Livingston, New Jersey but grew up on Long Island. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Albany before earning his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from The National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, IL. He has also earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology.

Dr. Becker completed his internship at the Chicago General Health Center in Chicago, IL. There he worked firsthand with some of the nation’s foremost physicians in the fields of radiology, orthopedics, neurology, and rehabilitation. Dr. Becker built one of the largest chiropractic wellness centers in the heart of New York City. After his three children were born, he moved his practice to the suburbs of Northern New Jersey to be closer to his three children.

Dr. Becker takes a holistic approach to treatment, and in addition to chiropractic and physical therapy, he develops personalized programs to support patients’ health, including weight training, aerobic activities, and nutritional counseling for his patients. Dr. Becker has introduced Graston® technique which releases fascial adhesions and non-surgical spinal decompression utilizing the Drx9000® into his practice. The Becker Spine and Sports Institute also utilizes massage, acupuncture and traditional medical care when appropriate.

The Becker Spine and Sports Institute was developed by Dr. Becker as a facility for people of all ages, dedicated to the treatment of pain and its underlying causes. In order to achieve this goal, Dr. Becker utilizes the most beneficial, up-to-date chiropractic techniques and state-of-the-art physiotherapy modalities. Dr. Becker believes in restoring patients to their optimal health in the shortest possible period of time. If you are suffering from headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, low back pain, sciatica, whiplash, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other musculoskeletal injury, call the Becker Spine and Sports Institute for an appointment at (973) 535-2774.

How do I Know if I Qualify for Care?

During the complimentary consultation the doctor will ask you questions about your condition such as “Where does it hurt? What makes the pain better? What makes it worse? How bad is it and what else have you tried that hasn’t worked.” Then the doctor will perform a thorough examination and review any x-rays or MRI reports. At this point the Doctor will determine if you are a candidate for our program. If you don’t qualify for the program we can refer you to someone who may be better able to help.

If you are accepted into the program the doctor will make his recommendations on which therapies will help your condition the most and how frequently you will need to come. Most patients will respond to care between 7 to 15 treatments. Some patients may need less, some may need more. Call us today to see if you qualify!

Call Us At:

(973) 535-2774