Just about exactly 16 years ago today, I first signed the lease for 2105 Laurel Bush Road Suite 103. Eight years ago, I occupied Suite 104. By the time you read this, we will have further expanded into #105. Who knows what will happen in 2029? With the new space will be coming new equipment. All new tables. state of the art and luxurious. All are designed with the comfort of female patients in mind and one for the mobility impaired. I’d love for you to come check them out. Though American-made, some of the electronic components are currently on a boat somewhere off the LBC. I’d like to think they’re sipping on some gin n juice with Snoop D-O-double G and his homie Dr. Dre; not just lazily awaiting unloading. So it’ll be a minute before they get here. But you can still come by for a massage, an adjustment, some acupuncture; maybe a little dry needling, laser or shockwave; or even a DOT exam.
Over the years I can’t tell you how many people have asked me if I see more people in the winter from snow shoveling injuries. I’ve seen way-way more injuries from people swerving to avoid deer or just straight-up eating it on the ice. For some reason, must be a guy thing (stubbornness is the leading cause of illness in men), most people like to wait and see if the shoveling pain just goes away on its own. If it still hurts in July, it won’t.
If you’re in pain from a injury, new or old, don’t put it off. Call today.