Spring Into Health Week: April 20-24, 2015

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“Spring into Health Week” is upon in Cool Springs, so here’s a quick question for you: is there anything better than a great chiropractic adjustment? How about a free one?! As Middle Tennessee says goodbye to snow and hello to sunshine, Crist Chiropractic & Wellness wants to help you welcome the warmth of Spring by saying “Thank You.” Crist Chiropractic continues to be fortunate enough to treat patients after almost twenty years in practice. Since the office’s grand opening in the 90’s (remember those?) the doctors at Crist Chiropractic & Wellness have been privileged enough to see thousands of patients heal from painful and chronic conditions without using prescription medications or risky surgical procedures. It has truly been an honor to serve a community of members who have been as loyal as all of you have been for so long.

As our way of saying thank you, we would like to invite all existing members to come in to the office for a complimentary adjustment and necessary therapies. All you have to do is mention this blog article to one of our awesome chiropractic assistants and we will take care of the rest!

Also, please don’t forget to subscribe to this blog to receive important updates and notifications about future special events.

Once again, Thank You!

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