Dublin, Oh Chiropractor Provides Health And Wellness Seminars To Local Businesses – Pr.com

'Brick Mansions' opened new doors for Paul Walker

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Winchester is holding an upcoming seminar on workplace ergonomics for Bravo Restaurant Group employees, which will be held on April 4, 2014. Dr. Winchester practices at The Winchester Institute of Chiropractic Health & Wellness as a chiropractor. Dublin, Ohio and the surrounding Columbus, Ohio community have many businesses that have worked with Dr. Winchester to reach out to their employees and to the community at large. Among those companies, Dr. Winchester has previously held seminars at WD Partners on March 12, 2014 about stress and how it impacts your health and at LabCorp on March 19, 2014 about nutrition. Dr. Winchester has created a community outreach program in which she holds complimentary seminars at local businesses twice a month and speaks on relevant health related topics. Some of these topics have included nutrition, weight loss, exercise – what really works, stress and your body, workplace ergonomics, and the benefits of choosing organic. I am incredibly excited about the results we have seen from these seminars, said Dr. Winchester. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit <a href='http://www.pr.com/press-release/551009&#039; rel='nofollow'>http://www.pr.com/press-release/551009</a&gt;

Chiropractic Office Planned for Former Red Steer Site, Maybe New Bistro

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014 – 11:12am BATON ROUGE, LA (NBC33) A local doctor hopes his new book will wake people up. It's called "Wellness Wake-Up Call." Its purpose is to help people start a healthy lifestyle now, before it's too late. Dr. David Barczyk is a chiropractor. His "Wellness Wake-Up Call" happened when he was 18 when his dad passed away due to a prolonged illness. Now he wants to spread his knowledge and help save lives. "When we get to the point where we can enjoy our lives and where we don't have to work as much, very many Americans are not enjoying it because of the way they lived their entire lives. So, it's to kind of wake them up, shake them up, get busy right now, and have urgency about your health," Dr. Barczyk said. "The idea of the book is so we don't have to wait for a catastrophe to change our lives." Dr. Barczyk's book comes out in June. It will be available online on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit <a href='http://www.nbc33tv.com/news/wellness-wake-up-call-loc&#039; rel='nofollow'>http://www.nbc33tv.com/news/wellness-wake-up-call-loc</a&gt;

NBC33 News: 'Wellness Wake-up Call': Local chiropractor wants to wake people up with new book

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The tragic death was devastating to family and friends of the laid-back, Southern California-born star, whose easy charm had made him the focal point of the highly popular Fast & Furious film franchise. The seventh installment had been on shooting hiatus when the accident occurred. It also came as Walker was starting to branch out as an actor. Brick Mansions (out April 25) demanded a new level of physicality for his role alongside David Belle, the founder of the international Parkour movement, developed from military obstacle-course training. Brick Mansions is the American adaption of District B-13 and District B-13 Ultimatum, worldwide Parkour hits starring Belle. Walker was introduced to both of these films by his nephew and became an instant fan of Belle and the acrobatic urban discipline. "Watching David run around doing all that crazy stuff on rooftops, breaking through windows and flips read this like those rodeo guys he was incredible," Walker said in post-filming interview excerpts obtained by USA TODAY. "After that, we spent about two hours on YouTube watching Parkour." Walker jumped at the chance to work alongside Belle. "I was like, 'Oh, cool, I get to go play, and I get to face some physical challenges, have some fun and jump off rooftops," he said. Belle, 40, came out of action-film retirement to star as a convict in Brick Mansions, helping Walker's undercover detective bring down a crime kingpin (played by the rapper RZA) in a futuristic, walled-in city. Walker practiced Parkour extensively with a full-time personal trainer. He even hired the film's jiu-jitsu instructor, Ricardo Miller, to travel with him on a trip to Canada to ensure uninterrupted work. The athletic beginner quickly took to both disciplines. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit <a href='http://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/movies/2014/04/03/brick-mansions-movie-paul-walker/7256621/&#039; rel='nofollow'>http://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/movies/2014/04/03/brick-mansions-movie-paul-walker/7256621/</a&gt;

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He opened a practice at Liberty and Rolling roads in 1952 after working in the Mount Vernon section of Baltimore. As a young chiropractor, he often treated guests at the Hotel Belvedere. "My father charged $2 a visit initially, and if you were still a patient at the time he retired, in 1999, you still paid $2 for your visit," said his son. "He never had a secretary. He was just an old-fashioned country doctor. He helped a lot of the early Colts. He would open his doors at any time of the day or night. The success of his practice was based upon his generosity. He provided treatment regardless of the ability to pay." His son said Dr. Adolph maintained a "heartfelt family atmosphere." Dr. Adolph was twice president of the Maryland Chiropractic Association and was a past vice president of the Maryland State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit <a href='http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2014-04-01/news/bs-md-ob-william-adolph-20140401_1_world-war-ii-baltimore-county-alumni&#039; rel='nofollow'>http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2014-04-01/news/bs-md-ob-william-adolph-20140401_1_world-war-ii-baltimore-county-alumni</a&gt;

William H. Adolph, chiropractor – Baltimore Sun

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Golden State Blvd., will soon be home to a new building which will house a chiropractic office. The building is being developed by Sargon Malek, D.C., a local chiropractor who owns Malek Chiropractic. Its 250 feet away from my current clinic (located at 373 S Golden State Blvd.), Malek said. The opportunity came up and I bought the property. ADVERTISEMENT – acupuncture north york ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW Construction on the 2,700 square-foot building is set to start in two and a half months, Malek said. Im really excited about this project, Malek said. Its going to change the look of downtown. The building will be divided into two units. One 1,500 square-foot space will house Malek Chiropractic, which will relocate from its current home. The other, 1,200 square-foot space, will hold a currently unidentified tenant. Though its unlikely that The Red Steer will ever return, the smaller space could, potentially, house a restaurant. Malek left an existing grease trap on site, making it easy for a restaurant to move in. ADVERTISEMENT – ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW A little bistro next to my office would be a great asset to downtown, Malek said. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit <a href='http://turlockcitynews.com/life-social/item/2145-chiropractic-office-planned-for-former-red-steer-site-maybe-new-bistro&#039; rel='nofollow'>http://turlockcitynews.com/life-social/item/2145-chiropractic-office-planned-for-former-red-steer-site-maybe-new-bistro</a&gt;

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