South Baldwin Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Foley HealthSource Location

HealthSource Chiropractic continues its goal to improve patient care across the country

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Posted 7/10/18

Foley — The city of Foley just got healthier. A new HealthSource Chiropractic clinic is now open on North McKenzie Street and hopes to make its mark on the people of Foley by getting them out of …

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South Baldwin Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Foley HealthSource Location

HealthSource Chiropractic continues its goal to improve patient care across the country

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Foley — The city of Foley just got healthier. A new HealthSource Chiropractic clinic is now open on North McKenzie Street and hopes to make its mark on the people of Foley by getting them out of pain and putting them on a path of incredible health. The South Baldwin Chamber helped celebrate the new business to Foley with a ribbon cutting and open house.

As with all 250+ HealthSource clinics across the country, the new Foley location will feature the latest in chiropractic care, a room devoted entirely to rehabbing injuries using patented Progressive Rehab® techniques, and a Wellness program to keep patients living healthy the rest of their lives. “We are excited to bring a fresh and innovative approach to the overall health of this community, by implementing the combination of Chiropractic Care and Progressive Rehab® only found at HealthSource of Foley,” said owners Stephanie and Trace David.

“We really love that we can bring real health care to Foley,” said HealthSource founder Dr. Chris Tomshack. “We’re not just about helping get rid of your pain, although we do that very well. We’re about making sure that you stay healthy in every way. We’re excited to make an impact.”

Since 2006, more than 8 million people have been treated by a HealthSource clinic, making HealthSource the world leader in chiropractic care.

“We like being able to make that impact in people’s lives,” said Tomshack. “Our goal since day one has always been to make patients the focus of health care. We want to get people back to doing the things they love, without pain. For that to happen, the patients have to be our focus in every decision we make as health care providers.”

Along with joining the South Baldwin Chamber, owner Trace David has taken on a Diplomat role and looks forward to developing relationships with other professionals in the area.

To learn more about hosting or attending ribbon cuttings or to join the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce please call Travis Valentine at 251-943-1036 or email at travis@mylocalchamber.net.