About us

Our mission is to offer convenient, early access to Prevention and Health Promotion Therapists that can help customers navigate towards health and empower them to choose the appropriate pathway towards relief.

Navigate Health utilizes the pillars of health known as the ELEMENTS (Move, Fuel, Recover, Endure and Connect) adopted by the Academy of Prevention and Health Promotion Therapies. The ELEMENTS are used with permission of Pro-Activity granted to Basecamp31 member organizations.

Navigate Health employs experienced, licensed rehab professionals who hold advanced degrees and possess certifications in Prevention and Health Promotion.  They will help you navigate your health to determine your best path forward – whether it may be self-management strategies, physical therapy or any other referral necessary.  Their primary goal is to provide the guidance you need to make the best decision for yourself in a timely manner.

Dr. Marc S. Rubenstein


Marc has connected with and empowered patients over the last 20 years as they have recovered from musculoskeletal conditions and moved towards healthier lives.

Marc is a member of the Council of Directors for APTANJ, on the Community Advisory Board for the Trenton Health Team and an active member in the Academy of Prevention and Health Promotion Therapies.

Marc has led numerous discussions/lectures on health facing topics with local community groups, employers, and school systems to help improve the trajectory of their health and is passionate about moving upstream to improve health equity. Marc cares deeply about helping people reach their goals and uses his optimistic and energetic outlook to connect with individuals and groups, inspire change, and deal hope.

Dr. Stephanie D. Wakeman


Stephanie has 25 years of experience working with patients of all ages across various settings, most notably in orthopedics, dance medicine, yoga and telehealth. She has been practicing yoga for over 15 years and is knowledgeable about Ayurvedic lifestyles for better health.  

Stephanie is active in advocacy for the profession of Physical Therapy and has served as Delegate for American Physical Therapy Association. She is also an active member in the Academy of Prevention and Health Promotion Therapies earning a certification in population health and prevention. 

Stephanie has considerable experience in the digital health space and believes in the power of education, physical activity, and breathwork in reduction of pain and improvement in quality of life. 

Dr. Stephen Chambers


Stephen has over 20 years of experience specializing in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Sports Performance and Health Optimization in the NYC Metropolitan area. He is a husband, dog dad, athlete and passionate Alzheimer’s Disease prevention advocate. Stephen has worked privately with professional and collegiate athletes helping them rehabilitate injuries and enhance performance. He currently works with patients of all ages and levels of functionality that literally range from pediatric to octogenarian. Stephen is certified by the United States Olympic Committee as a Sports Performance Coach and by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is also an active member of the Academy of Prevention and Health Promotion and seeks to help further advance the relationship of technology and health care to improve the health of underserved communities.

Megan Doyle

Megan Doyle


Megan graduated from Marquette University with a BS in Exercise Science and a Psychology Minor in 2010, then obtained a MS in Occupational Therapy from Indiana University in 2012. In her initial years as an occupational therapist, she worked in a multitude of settings focused on adult populations, including acute care, long term care, work site injury prevention, and outpatient ortho/neuro/post-concussion, but always felt drawn to mental and behavioral health, wellness, and pain management. This led to Megan obtaining certification as a Therapeutic Pain Specialist through ISPI/EIM in 2017, which she followed by achieving Fellowship in Pain Sciences, also through ISPI/EIM, in 2020.
In addition, she has certification as an Applied Prevention Health Promotion Therapist. Megan provides routine consultation to both individuals and groups regarding treatment for both acute and persistent pain from a holistic, person-centered perspective. She also thrives on being an educator, presenting annually at both local and national conferences as well as teaching courses on pain and wellness topics to both healthcare and within the community. She is thrilled to be a part of this group, to move pain care “upstream” and empower individuals and companies with the strategies they need to treat pain from a comprehensive, self-management focus.

Client Testimonials

"I called the Navigate Your Pain hotline for some shoulder pain that I was experiencing. At the time, I was nervous that it could be something serious and was considering going to a doctor. After spending five minutes on a video call explaining my symptoms; I was emailed simple and thoughtfully explained exercises which I did for two weeks, after just one week, the pain completely subsided. I'm very thankful for this convenient and helpful service!"
East Brunswick
"Navigate Your Pain is amazing. Customer service is outstanding and they go out of their way to ensure you are treated very well. All therapists are amazing. Will definitely come back once the opportunity arises."
South Brunswick
"I found everything according to my expectations. My progress was gradual but steady. I am very happy that I came to Navigate Your Pain and I will recommend to others."
Aaron Neo
East Brunswick
"The recommendations I received were very helpful and improved my pain considerably. The staff showed excellent customer service; every professional was courteous. I would recommend this service to others"
Sarah D.

How it works

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This telehealth service is provided by licensed physical therapists to provide advice as to potential treatment options for musculoskeletal pain that is affecting your activities of daily living. Examples of musculoskeletal pain include lower back pain and pain in your joints.

While we can suggest treatment, we cannot guarantee any particular course of treatment will be successful.

A telehealth consult with a licensed physical therapist is not a substitute for an in-person physical examination by a licensed physical therapist or physician. Chronic or severe pain may be indicative of a larger health issue that can only be diagnosed and treated by a licensed physician. If you are having a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

This service is provided for adult consumers over the age of 18. If you are under the ageof 18, it is unlawful for you to use this service without parental consent.

Navigate Pain, LLC, disclaims all warranties with regard to the telehealth services provided. In no event shall Navigate Pain, LLC, or any shareholders, members or employees, be liable for any damages whatsoever including but not limited to special, indirect or consequential damages resulting from personal injuries, medical expenses or loss of income arising out of the use of this service or any of the information provided through this telehealth service.

I give my consent to Navigate Pain and its affiliates to both collect private health information and provide counsel and offer recommendations about managing my musculoskeletal pain and best course of action to take regarding my symptoms. I acknowledge that no guarantees have been made to me as to the effect of such examinations or counsel on the condition and I am responsible for all charges in connection with advice treatment rendered.