Clark County Business Briefing

Peoria, Illinois AlignLife Chiropractor Helps St. Jude Kids

20th Ave. He is a graduate of Western States Chiropractic College and has been in practice for 16 years.n Justin Runquist has joined The Columbian staff as a reporter covering the cities of Battle Ground, Camas, Washougal, Ridgefield, Woodland, La Center and Yacolt, along with their schools. He is a Renton native and a graduate of Washington State University. He most recently worked for The Oregonian covering the Oregon cities of Lake Oswego, West Linn and Wilsonville. Daniel Maruyama and Emilie Benedon have joined UpBeat Music Therapy Services, Southwest Washington’s only independent music therapy provider. Dan is a guitarist and percussionist, and Emilie plays flute, accordion, ukulele and guitar. UpBeat provides music therapy for older adults and children with disabilities in the Clark County area. New business news The Vancouver Humane Society for Southwest Washington opened a new ReTails Thrift Store March 9 at 5000 E. Fourth Plain Blvd. This store replaces the recently closed 28th Street location. A second ReTails Thrift Store is at 3200 N.E. 52nd St.
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“Why Go to redirected the Chiropractor, When the Chiropractor will Come to YOU?!!”

An area Chiropractor has made it a priority to help continue the research and awareness of St. Jude in conjunction with Natural Health Care. Dr. Kelch and AlignLife in North Peoria are giving the opportunity to everyone in the community to get checked out by a natural health provider while helping the kids of St. Jude. In order to generate more awareness for natural health as well as raise money for the Kickapoo/Brimfield portion chiropractor of the St. Jude run he will offer a new patient special March 24th through March 29th. Every new patient will get an exam, consultation, and X-Rays for a $20 donation. 100% of the proceeds will be going to St.
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She pays $120 for two-minute session with chiropractor

Friday, Mar 21, 2014 The New Paper SINGAPORE – A trip to the chiropractor was supposed to bring much-needed relief, but for one lawyer, it turned into a pain in the neck – literally. Lawyer Ellen Leong, 71, had a free screening during a roadshow last October and collected her report five days later. The chiropractor, Mr Brian Morris, advised her to seek treatment. Ms Leong claimed she was offered a six-month, 48-session package for $2,700 upfront or a four-month package costing $950 a month. “I asked to try a session as I was not prepared to commit for six months, but was told there was no such scheme,” Ms Leong recalled. “But I was previously quoted $85 for a single session at the roadshow.” She paid $950 for eight treatments. That worked out to be almost $120 per session. Ms Leong claimed the first session lasted five minutes while the second session was over in two minutes. “He actually hurt the left side of my neck during the second session,” she alleged. Upset, she consulted her MP and lodged a report with the Small Claims Tribunal in November.
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Best Chiropractor (2014) – Monterey County Weekly: Shopping & Services

Marco A. Dardon, Jr. March 19, 2014 143 views El Monte Chiropractors only treat about 7% of the population. That means that, unfortunately, 93% of the population has never experienced the natural health benefits that chiropractic has to offer. On the flip side, 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives, but only a small percentage of them will give chiropractic a try. Why is that? And more importantly, why is it that, in the vast majority of those cases, those people were unwilling to try the very care that could help rid them of their pain? Well, what Ive gathered over the years in my 20 years of practice is that people who have never been to a chiropractor are either scared of chiropractic, skeptical about it, negative toward it, or just plain ignorant about it, and are completely unaware of the many benefits this type of natural treatment has to offer. And sites because of all those incorrect beliefs, they wont even give chiropractic a fair shake or a single try, which is very sad because many of these same people could be helped by it and not even know it. Unfortunately, like any other profession, there are good and bad practitioners, but I would like to extend to the aforementioned 93%, the opportunity to work with an honest and ethical chiropractor who truly has his patients best interests at heart, and only delivers the proper amount of care needed to help them on their quest to natural health and wellness. My name is Dr. Marco A. Dardon, Jr., of Dardon Mobile Chiropractic, and after 20 years, I finally left the office setting to become a house call / office call chiropractor as a convenience to my patients, so if youre interested in scheduling a mobile appointment, I can be reached at (626) 578-6322. You can also learn more about me by visiting my webpage on And again, remember this: Why go to the chiropractor, when the chiropractor will go to YOU?!!
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