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About Dr. Lemongello

Dr. Lemongello practices a very specific and precise form of chiropractic known as the "Gonstead Technique" (for a more complete explanation of this technique, please see our Gonstead Technique page). After a thorough diagnostic process, including state-of-the-art digital x-rays, he targets only the specific points of injury or misalignment for treatment. This simple yet decisive approach produces fast results for patients with a wide range of complaints, not just back or neck pain. Other chiropractors have called Dr. Lemongello "the chiropractor's chiropractor," because of his uncanny ability to visualize the exact nature of a patient's problem and deliver results with a minimum number of treatments.

Dr. Lemongello graduated from William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ, and Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, GA, and is licensed in NY and NJ. He continually refines his practice, incorporating the latest knowledge from the finest chiropractors in the world, including over 25 post-doctoral advanced Gonstead seminars. Dr. Lemongello has worked well with other medical specialists for years, quickly referring out patients who show indications of conditions outside his scope of practice, while accepting in the most complex cases from other chiropractors and Medical Doctors.

Dr. Lemongello's office is conveniently located in Wayne, NJ, easily accessible from all major highways and via public transit. The Wayne office features state-of-the-art equipment to accelerate healing after the all-important Gonstead adjustment, including Decompression, Cold Laser, medical massage and electric muscle stimulation. But patients most appreciate his warm, caring approach, driven by a truly holistic understanding of body mechanics interacting with emotional well-being. Parents especially appreciate the welcome given to children of all ages. Most of our patients with young families bring their children with them to their appointment, and Dr. Ralph has delivered remarkable results to young pediatric patients for many years.

In the words of Howie Lyne, retired police officer, "I live in central Indiana and traveled 800 miles to be treated by Dr. Ralph. The treatments I have received resulting in the reduction of my pain have been nothing short of miraculous."