Dr. Glenn S. Gabai has been practicing chiropractor for 38 years, helping others to feel better, move better and live better lives. He is a 1975 graduate with honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a 1979 graduate with honors from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. He has had practices of chiropractic in Washington Crossing PA and Pennington NJ since 1980.
After retiring from active chiropractic practice and having his son, Aryn, take over Dr. Glenn realized there is more to life than traveling, gardening, golf and skiing. "I have always been interested in advancing my abilities both with continuing education and reading about new and upcoming methods of healing." Stating his purpose as "wanting to help as many people as possible live happier and healthier pain free lives", he found out about regenerative medicine and once again makes his passion the focus with the latest in advanced techniques for enhancing the body's own healing ability.
I truly believe "The power that made the body heals the body" and now there are new methods to assist in those healing, repair and regenerative powers. These processes and techniques were not available until a decade ago, and after study and research proving effectiveness and safety it is exciting to bring these modern medicine wonders to the public.
Ekaterine Metreveli is a Board Certified Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. She began her career in medicine over a decade ago as a registered nurse in critical care. After spending years caring for a multitude of critically ill patients, Ekaterine decided to further broaden her nursing career and obtained her Nurse Practitioner degree from La Salle University.
Ms. Metreveli has been a long-time believer of healthy lifestyle, diet, nutrition, and the body’s own power to heal itself. She has a growing passion for regenerative medicine and believes that instead of treating pain and injury with surgery and drugs, regenerative medicine works because it mobilizes a patient’s own cells and tissues to facilitate more complete and permanent healing. Ekaterine believes, that treating each person as an individual, she is best able to help her patients maintain and improve their health. She encourages open communication and the development of a healthy patient-provider relationship built on mutual respect and trust.