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Brian E. Lawless, D.C.


Brian received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University School of Chiropractic in 1997 and began his career as a Chiropractor as an Associate in a very successful Chiropractic center in Tucker, Georgia. Brian and his family relocated to Fair Haven in 2000 and started the Lawless Chiropractic & Wellness Center.

Brian is a member of the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors, the Fair Haven Business Association, the World Chiropractic Association, and is a Fellow in the International Academy of Medical Acupuncturists.

Denise Choff

Office Coordinator

Denise holds a BA from the University of Buffalo and had been working in the retail sales and merchandising field before taking on the medical insurance company challenge. She joined our Wellness Center Staff as Office Coordinator in 2011. Denise is always happy to answer your questions, schedule appointments and help you navigate your health insurance coverage.
Denise is also an exercise and dance enthusiast and certified Zumba instructor. She and her husband reside in Little Silver with their two daughters.

Jeanne Marie Blodi

Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach
Essential Oils Specialist

Jeanne Marie is a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach, through the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, in collaboration with the Institute for Functional Medicine. When you come in for your Foundation Session, she will facilitate an extensive health history to help uncover the root causes for any symptoms you may be experiencing. Together you will work in a therapeutic partnership to lead you to a path of wellness so you can live your most vibrant life!

Jeanne Marie is also our Essential Oils Specialist. Her interest in all things organic, health-related, and natural began nearly a decade ago. Jeanne is representing dōTERRA Essential Oils to help families become empowered in creating strong foundational health and preventing illness. Since becoming a "healer in her own home," she uses Essential Oils to aid in the recovery and prevention of health conditions, including occasional seasonal allergies, headaches, and digestive issues, and is on a quest to help others do the same.

Jeanne is certified to perform the ArōmaTouch Technique, an essential oil delivery system to restore complete homeostatis that has been disrupted by stress, toxic insult, inflammation and autonomic imbalance. Taking just about 30 minutes to complete, the oils are delivered up the spine and on the feet to balance these conditions and with regular treatments it will help you live a life of balanced wellness.

Mary Flynn

Touch Therapeutic and Sports Massage, LLC

Mary is a graduate of the Somerset School of Massage Therapy (SSMT) and has been working full time as a massage therapist for the past 5 years. At SSMT, she received a premier education, and developed strong background in many techniques, including myofacial release, neuromuscular therapy, Swedish, and sports massage. Prior to massage therapy, Mary obtained a Bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Delaware and had a 16+ year career as a biochemist.

An avid athlete from a young age, Mary was no stranger to aches, pains and injury. Her decision to pursue an education in massage therapy came at a time when she was running marathons, playing various sports, and wanting to find out how to better care for herself as an athlete. During this pursuit of self-knowledge, she developed a strong desire to share what she has learned with others.

Through the years, Mary has come to know firsthand the negative impacts of physical, mental and emotional stress. She now focuses her work on the benefits and importance of treating herself and her clients holistically. The most important part of her job is getting to know her clients and their needs, and using that knowledge to assist them in caring for themselves.

Denise, Jeanne and Barbara

Dr. Brian, Jeanne and Denise

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  • "I am so grateful for me and my family to be patients of Dr. Lawless. He helps us to feel well and balanced through his competent chiropractic care. He always gives a thorough whole-body adjustment. I appreciate that. Additionally, his office and staff are professional and timely. Dr. Lawless is kind, caring & shares his healing energy."

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