Nelson Chiropractic to help Bettendorf Food Pantry


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Posted Online: Oct. 01, 2012, 11:37 am
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Press release submitted by Nelson Chiropractic Practice

Nelson Chiropractic hosts food drive for Bettendorf Food Pantry and provides complimentary services

This October, Nelson Chiropractic, is offering their First Day Services for the donation of $20 or a bag of groceries for the Bettendorf Food Pantry. Complimentary first day services include a health history and consultation, orthopedic and neurological exam, initial x-rays (if needed), and report of the findings with one of the doctors.

The Bettendorf Food Pantry has been in existence for almost 30 years. The pantry helps provide food for around 100 families each month. Dr. Traci Nelson of Nelson Chiropractic states, "Our office is thrilled to help a local community charity. Our office will be working hard to raise donations for the Bettendorf Food Pantry and help introduce people to chiropractic care at the same time. We hope to provide the pantry with lots of food and donations!"

For more information about Nelson Chiropractic and their First Day Services visit www.nelsonchiropractic.com or call 563-359-9541. Due to legal restrictions, this offer is not available to patients with state or federally funded healthcare plans, such as Medicaid and Medicare.




















 



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