Weicmans practice will donate 100% of its proceeds to benefit Masuk High School and its programs. Weicman has helped many teachers over the course of her 24 years of practice in Monroe by restoring and maintaining higher levels of their health and well being so that they, in turn, were able to give back that much more of themselves to their students. Weicman grew up in a home where the educational process was respected, revered and practiced on an ongoing basis. This fund-raiser, she said, is her way of giving back to a community that has given her so much for the past 24 years. It honors the educators for all they give to the students of Monroe and honors the invaluable contribution that her parents as role models afforded her in order to become both an educator of her patients and the community at large with regard to living a healthier and more vibrant life. Weicman said she encourages community members to take advantage of this opportunity to come into her office for a consultation/evaluation (including a computerized, non-invasive analysis of the nerve and musculoskeletal systems, digital foot scan, x-rays if needed and a report of findings). While the services regularly cost up to $525, they will be available for $25 during the month of May with 100% of the proceeds going back to benefit the teachers and students of Masuk High School. Weicman said her goal is to raise as much money as possible to supplement the valuable programs that might suffer in light of budget restrictions. There is nothing more gratifying than to witness the positive transformations that my patients have experienced time and time again over my last 24 years of practice in this community and my mission is to be able to continue to do so for many years to come while making sure that my efforts can also contribute to the invaluable services that the teachers are so dedicated to providing for the community of Monroe, Weicman said. For more information, call 203-261-1790.
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Wilton-based chiropractor gets trademark | Wilton Bulletin
Elihu Rosen was recently awarded a U.S. trademark for proprietary pain reduction techniques, a press release from his office said. A Wilton doctor for over 30 years, Dr. Rosen has researched the most advanced techniques to help patients find relief from pain. He has a loyal following of very satisfied patients and attributes much of his success to a technique he developed and recently received trademark approval as the name Sequential Pain Reduction, the press release read. Rather than simply perform spinal manipulation on patients, his technique bayview wellness center toronto is based on complementary therapies administered prior to spinal manipulation. These include massage, ultrasound, electro-stimulation and laser therapy in a specific sequence to help increase relief without the use of injections. Information: 203-762-2244 or thechiropracticdoctor.com .
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