Natural Healthcare Center Expands to Middletown

Middletown, N.J. (February 21, 2014)—Natural Healthcare Center (NHC) is pleased to announce the opening of its newest office in Middletown, N.J. Dr. Marc Desiderio, a chiropractic physician who had run a private practice for 13 years in the space, serves as its clinical director.

“Both Dr. Desiderio and I are very excited about this partnership,” said Dr. James Proodian, founder and president of NHC. “Dr. Desiderio has a great practice, and our future plans are going to allow it to be more comprehensive. We have also given the space a beautiful face-lift.”

Natural Healthcare Center opened its flagship office in Long Branch in 2003, offering integrated health and wellness services, including chiropractic, acupuncture, physical therapy, fitness programs, massage therapy, and clinical nutrition. It currently serves thousands of patients from all over New Jersey.

NHC Middletown offers chiropractic services—including chiropractic sports, kinesio taping, chiropractic maternity, and Cox flexion distraction decompression therapy—and acupuncture.

All Middletown patients, however, are invited to utilize the full range of services at NHC Long Branch to support their treatment plans and enhance their care.

“We are now a team of more than 20 clinical and non-clinical members who are tied together to deliver the best patient care we can,” said Dr. Desiderio. “NHC prides itself on that.”

A lifelong Middletown resident, Dr. Desiderio is known for creating close partnerships with his patients to help identify, treat, and resolve underlying health issues. He, as well as all the practitioners at NHC, advocates functional medicine, a practice that takes an integrative, personalized approach to treating patients by addressing their physical, nutritional, and psychological needs.

NHC welcomes current and new patients to come in to either NHC Long Branch or NHC Middletown for a complimentary consultation to evaluate their health and wellness needs and to create an individualized treatment plan.

“The NHC complimentary consultation has always been an integral part of our practice,” explained Dr. Proodian. “And it’s always free, which allows for open dialogue between doctor and patient so a detailed health plan can be developed.”

Please call (732) 222-2219 (Long Branch) or (732) 671-9005 (Middletown) to schedule an appointment. For more information, visit NHC’s website at