Summer Office Closure and Move

Dear Patients,

We are closing the office at 4001 Main Street this week.  We’ll be closed for the next 2-3 weeks and reopen in 2 temporary spaces.  We’ll start taking appointments again the 2nd or 3rd week in July.
Our plan is to find a better, more affordable permanent office space somewhere nearby, and to open there in the late summer.  In the mean time we’ll have temporary space and more limited hours for a few weeks.
I know this is an inconvenience to many of you who have been loyal customers for many years, and for some of you who are newer and dealing with significant heath issues, so we will make the closure as short as possible and we will also have temporary space available for a limited number of patients over the next few months.
Temporary locations are as follows:
River City Outpost, 4412-14 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127 (2nd floor)
 
and
 

The home office space at retired chiropractor Maureen Hannigan’s home at 601 Dupont St Phila, PA 19128

We will send a follow up email with hours and availability in a few weeks.  Online scheduling will then be available.
We will officially close at 4001 Main St after the Wednesday evening shift on June 27th.
I hope you will rejoin us once we reopen!
It’s been a pleasure to serve you and I look forward to continuing our relationship for many years.
If you would like to purchase CBD oil, please call and we will make arrangements for you at one of our temporary locations.
Sincerely yours,
Dave and Holly

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