Nelson Chiropractic to raise funds for St. Jude's Hospital


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Posted Online: Feb. 04, 2013, 2:13 pm
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Press release submitted by Nelson Chiropractic


Nelson Chiropractic to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

In the month of February, Nelson Chiropractic, is offering their First Day Services for a donation of $20 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. 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.

Dr. Traci Nelson Hassel of Nelson Chiropractic states, "The mission of St. Jude is to find cures for children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases through research and treatment. We are working very hard to raise donations for them by providing a great New Patient Opportunity. Be sure to spread the word!"
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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