From November 8, 2010 thru November 20, 2010 New Providence Chiropractic, 133 Gales Drive has joined a national initiative fighting child abuse and will host a benefit in support of Childhelp®, a leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping the victims of child abuse and neglect and at-risk children as part of our continuing Miracle Year of Wellness.
To help end this epidemic, New Providence Chiropractic is offering to all new patients a complimentary first day’s services (which includes: Case History, Chiropractic Exam, X-rays (if needed), and Report of Findings on a subsequent visit (a $420.00 value) in exchange for a minimum donation of $25.00 to Childhelp® from November 8, 2010 to November 20, 2010.
“By promoting health through Chiropractic we are helping protect our most valuable assets to our future…..our children “, said Dr. Mark Schlobohm, New Providence Chiropractor.
Please call New Providence Chiropractic @ 908-665-1818 for your new Patient appointment.
For more information about Childhelp and to learn how to get involved, please call 480-922-8212 or visit www.childhelp.org.
New Providence Chiropractic specializes in state of the art Chiropractic Techniques that rehabilitate the spine and nerves and the evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries. New Providence Chiropractic lectures extensively to the community and their Profession on numerous health related issues. New Providence Chiropractic has won several awards for service in the community and his profession for excellence in delivering chiropractic care. New Providence Chiropractic also consults with Doctors of Chiropractic across the United States on delivering quality Chiropractic care. Dr. Schlobohm, New Providence Chiropractor, was a treating physician at the Olympics in Atlanta in 1996 and more recently at the Olympic games in Athens Greece for the Decathlon Team and plans to assist the athletes in London for the 2012 Summer Olympics. He is a OGA certified treating physician for the evaluation and treatment for golf related injuries.