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Free parking is available on site.
Please use the spots in our parking lot marked: F8, F9, F10, + F11 ONLY.

If all the above spaces are taken, please park in the 30 minute Visitor’s parking area and check your car in at the management office located in Suite 101.

Parking outside these designated spots will result in being booted and a fine of $15.


PHONE | GIVE US A CALL

Hoboken Chiropractic + Wellness (Hoboken Office):

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Women's Health Center at Grove Street (Jersey City Office):

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Patient Forms

Adult Intake Form
Pediatric Intake Form

If you have any questions or would like to submit your intake form, please scan and email it to info@hobokenchiro.com.

New parking policy, effective on March 1st! All parking spaces will be unreserved and available on first come, first serve basis.

During attended hours (Mon-Fri, 7 am-5 pm), please self-park, pay at muni-meter ($2/hour) and display the pre-paid receipt on driver's side dash.

Once all spots are full, the parking attendant will valet park all additional vehicles at the same $2.00/hour rate.

When the lot is unattended, simply self-park and pay the meter as described above.

 

50 harrison street, suite 316

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HOURS

MON: 8AM-1PM, 3PM-8PM

TUES: 8AM-1PM, 3PM-8PM

WED: WOMEN'S CENTER IN JERSEY CITY 3-7PM

THURS: 8AM-1PM, 3PM-8PM

FRI: 8AM-1PM

SAT: 8AM-1PM

NEW SATELLITE OFFICE! Women’s Center at Grove Street in Jersey City

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We're now offering offering chiropractic every Wednesday from 3 - 7 pm by appointment only at this location. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Stacey at 201-792-3544.

116 Newark Ave, 2nd Floor Jersey City, NJ 07030

Mission

Dr. Brayton's philosophy on health emphasizes prevention and wellness. A specialist in pediatrics and maternity, she is passionate about helping her patients live happier lives.

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