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Welcome to Ishitani Health Center.

Your Fort Lee Chiropractor  

Thank you for visiting the Ishitani Health Center web site and allowing us to provide you with the information you’ve been searching for.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has defined “Health” as being “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease”.  With over 30 combined years of diagnostic and treatment experience, our team of doctors is here to help you get your “Health” back and keep it.  We offer our patients highly-specialized care including gentle Chiropractic treatment, Physiotherapy, scientific-based Modern Acupuncture, and Herbal medicine.

We Can Help You! Safe, Natural Holistic Medicine … Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Acupuncture

At Ishitani Health Center, you will receive the professional care and treatment you need to alleviate and eliminate conditions like:

► Neck Pain
► Whiplash/Automobile Injuries
► Back Pain
► Herniated Discs
► Shoulder Pain
► Sports Injuries
► Chronic Knee Pain

Dr. Mika Ishitani, D.C.and Hiroe Yamani, L.Ac and our entire staff, share in the belief that everyone deserves the opportunity to live their life in optimum health, and that is exactly what we offer you at Ishitani Health Center.   We are expertly trained and equipped to provide effective, safe, pain-free treatment to all age groups, from pediatric to geriatric.  

Please visit our Wellness Library to learn more about chiropractic, its methods and benefits.

Ishitani Health Center is located in Fort Lee, New Jersey and also proudly serves the local area of Edgewater, West New York, Hackensack, Cliffside Park, and Palisades Park.  Please give us a call at 201-302-9993 or contact us to make an appointment with one of our doctors and learn how we can help you.  The sooner you call us, the sooner you can start enjoying a pain-free life of optimum health.  Take the first step!!  Call now @ 201-302-9993!

1600 Parker Avenue Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Ishitani Health Center | 201-302-9993

1600 Parker Avenue
Fort Lee, NJ 07024



Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Drs Ishitani and Dizon are the best! Do yourself a favor and see them! Highly detailed and thorough! I have been going to them for 9 years and will continue for many more."
    - Martin K. Fort Lee, NJ


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