Dr. David Harris is the owner and operator of The Spine Institute of New Jersey. Practicing for over 20 years, his professional career includes a NJ License as a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine with subspecialties as a Diplomate Chiropractic Neurologist and Diplomate Pain Management Specialist. He is also a Board Licensed Electro-Diagnostic Nerve Testing Physician with Certificates in Surgical Neurophysiology, Balance and Dizzy Patients as well as Outpatient Procedures with Manipulation Under Anesthesia. In addition to his achievements, Dr. Harris is also an instructor for other physicians for continuing education in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI), Post-Concussion Syndrome, Accident Trauma, Brain Physiology, Diagnostics and Rehabilitation Techniques.

In his career of Musculoskeletal Pain and Neurological Cases, Dr. Harris has directly treated or has been involved with over 10,000 patients. For nearly a decade, he has been recognized for his high-level of achievement and clinical expertise as a Chiropractic Neurologist. He has received honors in 2009 for The Top 10% Chiropractic Physician Award, in 2013 through The International Association of Healthcare Professionals and in 2015, The Leading Physicians of the World.

Dr. Harris has dedicated himself to a simple formula of treating patients. In most cases, he has produced great success through a philosophy which is grounded in clinical expertise combined with quality care. Time and again he has witnessed these results by incorporating a multidisciplinary approach to his treatments. By implementing techniques like Relaxation Therapy, Full-Body Massage, Chiropractic Care and Acupuncture, he believes these procedures are immeasurable when eliminating pain. His high level of education, with his Chiropractic Neurology, affords him the ability to accurately diagnose, treat and achieve positive results. Whether he utilizes Chiropractic Manipulations, Massage, Exercises or Decompression Therapy, Dr. Harris has a clear vision of the goals that need to be obtained for his patients.