Posted on 08-22-2016
Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic Celebrates 4 Year Anniversary
As many of my avid blog readers and followers are aware I am a chiropractor that spends the majority of my time treating patients with headaches, neck pain and back pain. The patients can be the "weekend warrior type" or they can be involved in Baltimore auto accident and Baltimore worker's compensation injuries. No matter the cause of their neck and back pain, we are happy to provide service to get them feeling better again quickly.
Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic first opened on 08/20/12 and we just recently celebrated the 4 year anniversary of the clinic opening. The past four years have flown by. I have met tons of other business owners, medical providers, physical therapists, lawyers, and other chiropractors. All of these parties have shared with me their success stories on growing their businesses and helping to serve their clients/patients. After four years the clinic finally feels like it is an intrinsic piece of thread in the tapestry of Baltimore City.
Recently I announced the opening of our second clinic. Construction is underway at the second location, 6810 Park Heights Avenue Suite C4, Baltimore, MD 21215. We hope to have it up and running before Thanksgiving so that we can offer our services to the clients of Northwest Baltimore City, Pikesville, and Owings Mills as well.
My favorite part of expanding the clinic has been taking on the role of mentor to other chiropractors in the clinic. Currently the Fells Point clinic has Dr. Erica Wise D.C. and Dr. Manpreet Keith D.C. The grand opening of the Upper Park Heights clinic will feature another chiropractor (whose information will remain private until all the details have been finalized). I have enjoyed spending time with these providers and sharing with them my insights on injury diagnosis, case management, and patient treatment. As much as I enjoy treating patients and helping patients in a one on one environment, I am learning as I gain more experience that I can help more patients by instilling my knowledge and experience in other providers. I feel that I will be able to leave a longer lasting legacy if I can continue to train "the next generation" of chiropractors within my clinics.
I recently celebrated another milestone in my life, as I asked my girlfriend to marry me on the anniversary of the date that the clinic originally opened. She said yes and we are working on planning our wedding.
The last four years have been stressful and exciting. I expect the next four years to be more of the same. I just wanted to say thank you to the community for supporting the clinic as it grows and for allowing us to serve you for all of your chiropractic needs. Moving to Baltimore to start his clinic was my dream and I sincerely appreciate your collective efforts in allowing my dream to come true.
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