August 1, 2016

Fwd: Veterans suffering from chronic pain find relief at chiropractic clinic

By chirosushi In Chiropractic Pop Culture, Chiropractic Success, Marketing, Marketing Tools, News, Politics

Jason Hurst, U.S. veteran and clinic owner of the Joint Chiropractic in Midlothian, said the national franchise saw the need to provide care for thousands of veterans and their families and launched a Military Appreciation Program.

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Veterans suffering from chronic pain find relief at chiropractic clinic

Richmond, VA (WRIC) – A chiropractic and wellness center is working to help U.S. veterans across the country by cutting the cost of care. U.S. Army Veteran Lonnie White served for 20 years and decades after retiring as a helicopter pilot, he now battles with chronic back and neck pain.

U.S. Army Veteran Lonnie White served for 20 years and decades after retiring as a helicopter pilot, he now battles with chronic back and neck pain.

“As a result of my military service, I have degenerative disc in my back and bone spurs,” White said. “I also have a pinched nerve in my neck and while I’ve had pain over a number of years, it was pain I could live with. But for the last three months, I’ve had just excruciating pain that pretty much incapacitated me.”

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