Elmore gets a new chiropractic practice
Dr. Craig Butler and Elmore Chiropractic will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house Sunday, September 25 at 4:30 pm.
Beyond specializing in common conditions treated by chiropractors such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches Dr. Butler also treats many extremity problems. Some of these conditions include plantar fasciitis, IT band syndrome, leg or foot pain, tendonitis, golfer or tennis elbow, arm or shoulder pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Dr. Butler combines chiropractic adjustments with soft tissue techniques and exercises.
Dr. Butler attended college at the University of Toledo where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and bioengineering.
|Dr. Craig Butler and Elmore Chiropractic celebrate an open
house on Sept. 25th.
Throughout college Dr. Butler was interested in how the body functioned. While working toward his master’s degree, he performed research at the University of Toledo Spine Research Center. The research was focused on a procedure called vertebroplasty, a common surgical intervention for vertebral compression fractures. Though Dr. Butler enjoyed working on cutting edge research projects he began to question if there was a better way to deliver healthcare and prevent disease. The chiropractic philosophy of treating the root cause of a problem rather than its effects struck a chord with him. Though it was a difficult decision, Dr. Butler decided to leave Toledo and attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
Palmer is where the profession of chiropractic was founded in 1895, and is still considered to be the worldwide leader in chiropractic education and research. Dr. Butler also completed extra training in scientific based Wellness Life Style Intervention.
Elmore Chiropractic can be found on the web at www.ElmoreOhioChiropractic.com or you can call 419-862-9014. The office is located at 337 Rice Street
Curves has relocated to 2528 Woodville Road at Great Eastern Shopping Center and will host an open house October 1.
Beth Sheely, new owner of Curves at Great Eastern, took possession of the club in May. The new location combines the Curves location on Navarre and the one on Oregon Road in Northwood.
Joni Njaim, store manager, said the open house will be held from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm and will feature healthy snacks and a mini women's expo, featuring the opportunity to meet the women who own area businesses.
Curves provides an exercise and weight control program designed specifically for women. Curves’ exercise program consists of 30 minutes of exercise three times a week during which participants work all major muscle groups. Contact Joni Njaim at 419-691-6500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
InProcess has moved from the Woodville Mall to The Great Eastern Shopping Center, next to Joann Fabrics. The opening is scheduled for Saturday, October 1st.
Owners Jackie Gray and Cindy Below state the move will allow for an expanded display area for more than 40 local artists in addition to providing a larger space for Zumba, yoga and hula hoop fitness classes.
Schools & skills
Experience Works and The Source will host its 7th annual 50+ Jobs, Opportunities and Education Fair Tuesday, October 4 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Pinnacle in Maumee.
The fair specializes in meeting the needs of job seekers age 50 and older. Businesses looking for experienced workers can register by calling 419-340-9348 or contacting Doris Beach at email@example.com.
Daniel Henery, an agent with Securance Service in Gibsonburg, was presented with the lifetime achievement award from the Professional Insurance Agents Association of Ohio.
Henery is a long time volunteer for PIA of Ohio and PIA National. He has served on a number of committees and boards. He also was Ohio’s first certified risk manager.
Henery is a Gibsonburg resident.
Securance also has offices in Woodville, Fremont and Edgerton.
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