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Welcome to John Thomas Cece D.C.
Your Waldwick Chiropractor

What can I say? Dr. Cece just has this "magic pixie dust touch" where he waves his magic wand and you're fixed.
- Nancy Beard  (Rockettes, Radio City Music Hall, Lead dancer)

 I'm always amazed how Dr. Cece can see with his hands!
- Douglas Duras

 He is so "human". I really like that.
- Elizabeth Russell


*News Bulletins from Louise": Dr. Cece was once again named "Best in Bergen" for 2017 from 201 Magazine! This year the award winners were voted on by their peers. This, in addition to "Top Doctor" for the past 3 years in NJ Family magazine!

Dr. John T. Cece specializes in Performance Athletes, Dancers and Musicians, Pediatric Chronic Ear Infections, Pre-Natal and all types of Chiropractic Care & Rehabilitation in Waldwick, New Jersey. He is committed to the service of his patients and the community. In addition to the Pro's, he also serves the athletes young and old, and of elite athletic schools and clubs like, Don Bosco Prep, Bergen Catholic, Ridgewood High, The Englewood Field Club, The Arabian Knights of Paterson Sports Club and many others... 

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The doctor is Board Certified in Chiropractic Rehabilitation and has been in private practice since 1991. Notable patients and fans include: Steffi Graff, Sean Lennon, Peyton Manning, The Rockettes, just to name a few! He treats patients for pain management, acute syndromes such as sciatica or carpal tunnel, holistic wellness through nutrition and supplements, and overall health of the nervous system through chiropractic.

Dr. Cece's warm, friendly nature and superior diagnostic ability complement his diverse, comprehensive treatment approach, delivering optimum results. Contact us today to enhance your health through chiropractic! Dr. Cece is grateful for the patients who put their lives in his hands, and bestowed upon him the trust to heal their wounds, strengthen their spirit and brighten their outlook on life.

GOOD HEALTH IS YOUR WEALTH... FEEL GOOD AGAIN 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

John Thomas Cece D.C.

Monday:

8:30 AM

6:00 PM

Tuesday:

2:30 PM

5:30 PM

Wednesday:

8:30 AM

6:00 PM

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

8:30 AM

6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:30 AM

12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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