5 EASY ways to WIN a MASSAGE CHAIR!! 🎉
1. Refer a friend or family member to the practice (12 entries)
2. Write a Google or Yelp review (10 entries)
3. Write a Facebook review (5 entries)
4. Check-in on Facebook (2 entries)
5. Get one of our doctors booked to come to your workplace to give a presentation about chiropractic care (10 entries)
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FEB. 28TH 2018! 📣
Jan 16 is the deadline to submit a Letter of Inquiry for ECF's Responsive Grants. This week ECF program staff is available to answer your questions or to discuss your idea. Call us today at 847-492-0990 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. #evanston#evanstonil#evanstonforever
Please give a warm welcome to our newest team member, Dr.Tracy! She is now seeing patients:
Tues: 9AM-1PM; 2PM-6PM
Fri: 9AM-1PM; 3PM-6PM
Dr. Tracy attended the University of Wisconsin - Madison and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Exercise Science). She then graduated Magna Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Her future professional goals include achieving certifications in the field of sports medicine.
Over her 16 year career, Dr. Tracy has seen a variety of patients from ages 0-100. Her experience encompasses everything from shoulder impingement, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatic pain, and plantar fasciitis to migraines, asthma, colicky babies, women's health issues, and athletic injuries. She utilizes an integrative approach that combines chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue techniques, and active rehabilitation strategies. She especially enjoys working with runners, having run two Chicago marathons herself.
In her spare time, Dr. Tracy enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with her family, watching hockey, cheering for the Badgers, and learning random bits of information that secure her status as a self-professed nerdfighter. "The ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world are the ones who do!"
"X-mas Tree At Evanston. Ill. A yearly custom here. The trees at Fountain Square are trimmed with lights," a 1931 photograph by Francis Dare for Keystone View Company. For those who celebrate it, may your Christmas be merry and bright.