Dr. Paul Dell'Aquila completed his undergraduate studies at Drew University receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology in 1982. In 1986, he obtained his medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico fulfilling his dream to become a Physician. Dr. Dell’Aquila completed his residency at Hackensack Medical Center, Hackensack New Jersey and joined his father, Frank, in 1990.
He is Board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. His professional memberships include Fellow American College of Physicians, Member American Geriatrics Society, Member American Medical Directors Association, Fellow American College of Physicians, and Member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Dr. Dell'Aquila also dedicates his time and has great interest in educating future clinical professionals. He volunteers his expertise, knowledge, and experience as a Clinical Preceptor for Seton Hall University Physician Assistant students and Nurse Practitioner students from University Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. In a never-ending quest for knowledge to better serve his patients, Dr. Dell’Aquila has advanced Fellowships in Functional and Integrative Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and has obtained his Master of Science in Metabolic and Functional Medicine offered through the University of South Florida Medical School.
Dr. Dell’ Aquila also has extensive experience in a multitude of cosmetic procedures. He is certified in Facial Rejuvenation Therapy utilizing Dermal Fillers. He is also certified with Aesthetic Advancements, Inc. in Facial Enhancement and Facial Anti-Aging treatments using BOTOX Cosmetics®. He completed Laserscope Advanced Laser Systems training for the treatment of Acne, Enhanced Skin Rejuvenation, Vascular and Pigmented Lesions, Leg Veins, and Hair removal. Dr. Dell ‘Aquila was voted New Jersey Top Doctor in 2007 and is fluent in Spanish.
Philosophy: Always striving for a sense of balance within his practice, Dr. Dell'Aquila prides himself on helping his patients achieve their personal best both inside and out. “I listen to my clients and together create an individualized plan to attain the best approach to their health. The purest form of enjoyment for me is the happiness and satisfaction expressed by my patients.” He is a physician and a therapist who helps people become healthier and better in different aspects of life.
Tatiana Dell‘Aquila, physician assistant, earned her undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2006 and her Master of Science in Physician Assistant in 2008 from Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey. Soon after graduation, Tatiana worked in Emergency Medicine and gained great experience and knowledge provided by her colleagues and mentors. Tatiana later felt that something was missing in the way she was treating her patients, an important piece of how she felt healthcare should be. She realized that after she treated her patients, she didn’t have contact with them and was unable to follow up with their progress after they were either discharged home or hospitalized. The inability to build a strong provider-patient relationship was a major contributor in her decision to join her husband’s Internal Medicine practice in 2009 where some patients had been coming since her father-in law, Dr. Frank Dell‘Aquila, moved the practice to Nutley in 1973. Tatiana readily acclimated into the practice and brought a woman’s touch to the health care approach which helped balance the needs of patients. In March 2016, Tatiana returned to her alma mater as a faculty member of the Seton Hall University Physician Assistant Program where she is putting her vast knowledge of conventional and integrative medicine to work as she teaches and positively influences future physician assistant students.
Along with her husband, Tatiana completed the Advanced Fellowship in Functional and Integrative Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. She is certified by the National Committee on Certification of Physician Assistants, Member of New Jersey Society of Physician Assistants, Member of American Academy of Physician Assistants, Diplomat of American Academy Anti-Aging Health Practitioners and Member of Physician Assistant Educational Association.
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A STATEMENT TO OUR SPATOLOGIE COMMUNITY ON COVID-19
Dear Spatologie Community,
As we monitor the spread of COVID-19, we want to make sure we are doing our part to protect our employees, customers and the broader community. Preventative health is an integral part of our practice. Therefore, we will strive to operate at regular office hours, and will be offering immune boosting recommendations. This may include IV infusions and/or supplement suggestions. We also want to remind our patients that testing for COVID-19 is not offered at Spatologie and we highly recommend contacting your Primary Care Doctor if you are presenting symptoms.
Feeling anxious at the moment is entirely understandable, but it’s really important not to let our worries about the coronavirus dominate our lives.
What steps can we put in place to manage COVID-19 anxiety?
● Accept that feeling anxious during this time is normal (this is a unique situation for all of us).
● Keep in mind, most people who contract the virus only present mild symptoms.
● Connect with friends (through phone calls, FaceTime, messaging and emails).
● Get information from credible sources (e.g. government guidelines, CDC, medical professionals) to avoid misinformation about the virus.
Try not to:
● Overdose on information...especially if you find yourself getting overly anxious about the coronavirus. Limit time spent watching or reading the news, there’s no need to keep up-to-date 24/7.
In addition, following current health guidance is always important:
● Regular hand washing (or using hand sanitizer if you are unable to wash your hands).
● Avoiding touching your eyes, mouth, or nose.
● Staying at home if you are presenting with symptoms.
This is a rapidly evolving situation, and we will closely monitor developments going forward and adjust our plans as needed.
We at Spatologie will do whatever we can to help, and we’re confident that together we can rise to meet this challenge. In the meantime, please stay safe and take care of yourselves.
Health, Peace and Happiness -- The Spatologie Team