Meet Dr. Harry Schick, DC, DAAIM, ABAAHP
Dr. Harry Schick, DC has been in private practice in central New Jersey for over 35 years. He is known for his innovative approach to health and being on the cutting edge of the latest research. He has appeared on television and radio frequently and written two books: “What Else Can I Do?” relating methods for changing brain function with daily exercises and “Life Changing Care” which explains issues in the brain and learning process and how they relate to learning development and developmental disabilities. He is currently writing his third book which focuses on recovering brain health by working with memory and balance.
Dr. Schick has received his certification in Anti-Aging Medicine from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and currently studying for his diplomate in functional neurology. He is also a Diplomate of the American Association of Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Schick approaches health from the point of view that nothing happens randomly in the body and that finding the cause of the problem is ultimately the way to help people get their lives back.
Meet Honey Sterzer, RN, LCSW, BCN
Honey Sterzer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), a Registered Nurse (RN), nationally certified in neurofeedback and biofeedback (BCN) and certified in Imago Relationship Therapy (CIT). Her practice concentrates on interpersonal and brain based conditions and her clinical work emphasizes neurological, emotional and cognitive integration. She is an active member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and certified in Thought Field Therapy.
Her passion is helping adults and children to become fully functioning, productive and happy members of their families and society. Due to her many years of work in pediatrics she is devoted to helping children with special needs, such as ADHD and anxiety.
Over the years she has worked extensively with patients with anxiety, depression and PTSD and with associated conditions such as obesity and sleep disorders. Her greatest reward is seeing the patients she work with “get their lives back” and become happy, self-reliant, and productive in their own lives.
Meet Erin Polos, P.T.
Erin has been a practicing physical therapist for 26 years. She graduated with honors from Northeastern University’s Boston Bouve School of Allied Health. Erin’s early career began in acute care where she worked with patients in orthopedics, neurology, and general medical. She became the director of a department in a skilled nursing facility that serviced long-term and short-term care residents. Erin has also spent several years as a home health therapist for patients who have been discharged from the hospital.
Erin has a comprehensive understanding of the rehabilitation process at every stage. In her most recent years, she has been working in outpatient orthopedics as well as volunteering on her spare time for the non-profit Mane Stream in Oldwick. This organization provides P.T. services for children with disabilities through horseback riding.