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Align Health Chiropractic offers complimentary care for first responders

To: ER and hospital staff, emergency responders and government essential emergency personnel. The professionals who have to go to work while everyone else stays home. 

Dealing with a pandemic is rough. Nothing like this has ever happened and no matter how much preparedness training we have had, this can be overwhelming. 

I am personally extremely grateful for your service and your courage during this time of unprecedented crisis. While the COVID-19 virus goes through its lifecycle of infections, you are showing up every day, putting your own health on the line to help the community. Dealing with people who are sick and afraid, with no end in sight. 

Meanwhile, the realities of the limitations of our physical bodies are hitting as hard as ever. That is why our team is welcoming you to get relief. 

Whether you are suffering from a nagging low back, a relentless headache or need guidance of ways to support your immune system, I would like to personally invite you to come to our office. 

As an expression of my deep gratitude for your service in this extraordinary time, we are offering you six chiropractic visits between now and the first of July. We want to support you now when you need it the most. We will help the helpers. We will do everything necessary to get you back on track as quickly as possible. We will do it at no charge. No charge to you or your insurance company. We just want to make sure you are at your best physically so that you can get through this emergency and come out OK on the other side. 

Just call or email our office and we will set up a time just for you to do a chiropractic exam. 
641-450-1100  or

Dr. Scott Redman DC

If you are feeling symptoms of any infection, stay home. We’ll see you in a few weeks and help you get back on your feet. No charge means no charge. Six visits as indicated by exam between now and July first. 

Of course, we follow all the sanitation precautions recommended by the CDC and the Department of Health, including changes to our layout to facilitate social distancing. 

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