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Dr. Sonal Dalal Dc

Dr. Sonal Dalal, DC


Dr. Sonal Dalal is the owner of the Chatham Chiropractic Center, on Southern Blvd. in Chatham NJ. The Center has been serving area residents with Chiropractic Care and Holistic Care for over 35 years.

Dr. Dalal specializes in a non-force technique called SOT (SacroOccipital Technique). Utilizing this technique Dr. Dalal has successfully treated all age groups from infants to the elderly, and has resolved various conditions including sports injuries to chronic back pain.

Dr. Dalal specialties' include cranio-sacral work, TMJ disorders, headaches, pediatric specialty and treatment for pregnant women. She also has twenty years of nutritional experience and does holistic nutritional consulting for various conditions and wellness.

Dr. Dalal has her BS from Rutgers University and her Doctorate from New York Chiropractic College. Her goal as a doctor is to serve and educate her patients about non-force, non-invasive health care to optimize their well being.


Chatham Chiropractic Center, Chatham, NJ 1989 - Present  

Owner, Sole proprietor    2009-present

  • Manage staff of six; including 2 chiropractors and 4 administrative personnel. 
  • Responsible for all professional and business services, including patient care, office and business management and promotion.
  • Areas of expertise include non-force manipulation techniques, including Sacro Occipital and Craniopathy, nutritional consultation, exercise and strength training consultation, and rehabilitation instruction.

Chiropractic   Associate   1989-2009

  • Managed and cared for patients
  • Worked within a group practice and co-managed patients and patient care.
  • Responsible for internal and external marketing for practice
  • Conducted patient education lectures

Ergometrics, Inc., Convent Station, NJ 1990-1994

Co-founder and Managing Partner

  • Conducted lectures on workplace ergonomic solutions for private and public companies and public agencies.
  • Provided group and individual assessment and optimization of employee workstations, personal posture and furniture design and placement. 


  • Lecturer Monmouth University, Topic- Alternative Care & Chiropractic Care 2007-2010  
  • New Jersey State Safety Council - Firefighters Symposium (Low Back Syndrome Prevention) 1993
  • New Jersey State Safety Council - Safety Expo1993
  • Exxon Corporation - “Sitting on the Job” 1992
  • New Jersey Safety Council - Occupational Safety Conference 1992  
  • Adult Education, Summit, NJ - Prevention of Low Back Syndrome 1992


  • Standard Process Seminar 2014
  • Tri-County  Orthopedics Educational Seminar 2014
  • Association of New Jersey Chiropractic Convention 2009-2014
  • Integrative Medicine Seminars, 2012,2013
  • Anti Aging Medicine Seminars, 2004,2005,2007
  • Certification in Ergonomic Industrial Health Consulting 1990-1992
  • Sacro-Occipital Technique - Cranial Technique Seminars 500+ hours 1987-1990
  • Diagnostic Imaging Seminars (CT Scan, Fluoroscopy,  MRI,  Thermography, Ultrasound,  X-Ray) 1989-1991
  • Stress Management Training and Psychology of Chronic Pain Syndrome  1992


New York Chiropractic College, Glen Cove, NY, Doctor of Chiropractic, 1988

Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, BS, Physiology, 1984


  • International Academy of Chiropractic Industrial Consultants  1990-1997
  • New Jersey Safety Council, Occupational Safety Council 1990-1997
  • American Chiropractic Associa­tion 1989-present
  • New Jersey Chiropractic Society, Society for Advancement of Func­tional Disciplines 1990- present
  • Foundation of Chiropractic, Education and Research 1990-present
  • Sacro-Occipital Research Society, Inc. 1989-present
  • International Chiropractic Pediatric Association 1990-present
  • International Chiropractic Sports Medicine Association 2009-present
  • Women Physicians Networking Association 1989-present


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  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Dalal"
    John Doe / -Chatham, NJ

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