New business profile: Frontline Chiropractic Clinic


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Originally Posted Online: Feb. 26, 2014, 6:33 pm
Last Updated: Feb. 26, 2014, 7:57 pm
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NAME OF BUSINESS: Frontline Chiropractic Clinic

PROPRIETORS: Anthony and Heidi Moreno

BUSINESS ADDRESS: 723 15th Ave., East Moline

TELEPHONE NUMBER/WEBSITE: 309-755-2311, frontlinechiropractic.com

TYPE OF BUSINESS: Health care

WHEN BUSINESS OPENED: March 18, 2013

WHY DID YOU START THIS BUSINESS? To offer traditional chiropractic services, nutritional guidance and physio-therapies, such as the Active Release and Graston techniques to address soft tissue concerns.

WHAT WAS THE BIGGEST HURDLE YOU HAD TO OVERCOME? Anthony returned home from his second deployment in Afghanistan to a 3-year-old, a 1-year-old and six months left at Palmer College. That transition was the biggest challenge to date. Those vets need all our help and support.

IS THIS YOUR FIRST BUSINESS? Yes

TO WHOM DID YOU GO FOR ADVICE? Joel Youngs, of the Small Business Development Center at Blackhawk College; Drs. Richard Burns and Richard Fried; and parents.



















 



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