New Providence Chiropractic Marks 22 Years
Monday, May 6, 2013 • 2:12pm
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Patients who might benefit from chiropractic treatment have a chance to check out a local practice for themselves during the month of May.
Dr. Mark Schlobohm, director of New Providence Chiropractic, is celebrating the 22nd years of his practice. Throughout May, New Providence Chiropractic will be holding an open house to all new patients interested in finding out the potential benefits that chiropractic care may offer. All new patients will receive a chiropractic consultation, an orthopedic and neurological exam, and X-rays (if necessary) with a subsequent visit to discuss their findings at no charge (a $420 value) in exchange for a minimum $25 donation to the Make a Wish Foundation. Established patients of New Providence Chiropractic are invited to schedule an appointment for May 25 for their adjustments in exchange for a minimum donation to the Make a Wish foundation.
“New Providence Chiropractic has always strived to be leaders in promoting wellness and helping a greater cause," said Dr. Schlobohm. "Our mission is to promote health in the community and to provide a wish to a child with a life-threatening illness. This is a great opportunity to contribute to our year of wishes and support the Make a Wish Foundation of New Jersey while improving your health.
“The last 22 years in practice have been incredibly rewarding due to the excellent results we have had with patient care in the community” said Dr. Schlobohm. “We are personally inviting the community to bring in your family, neighbors and friends to experience the benefits of chiropractic to their health. This is our way of saying thank you for years past and our anticipation of great years to come.
"Clinical research has shown time and time again that chiropractic is often more effective than medical treatment for many conditions including lower back pain, sciatica, disc problems, neck pain and headaches. All this success without the use of drugs with their side effects and risks of surgery.”