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Macomb Twp. Chiropractic Labor Day Special Proceeds Go To Support Our Troops

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Dr. Chris McNeil, Chiropractor and clinic director for Macomb Twp. Chiropractic, announces neck and back pain relief package, and percentage of proceeds will go to the Desert Angels Organization to help ship care packages to our troops over

Macomb Township, MI – September 1, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Neck and back pain are one of the most common causes of visits the emergency room and also missed work days. That’s why Chiropractor Dr. Christopher McNeil, clinic director of Macomb Township Chiropractic at 22 mile and Hayes Road, puts together unique offers for those suffering with these debilitation problems. In addition to providing Macomb County residents with an amazing deal to come into the chiropractic clinic for an examination and treatment for neck or back pain, he looks forward to supporting local charities. This year Macomb Township Chiropractic has partnered up with the Desert Angels non-profit organization which helps to collect donations of money and goods that are packed into boxes at a “packing party”, and shipped to our troops overseas.

To raise money for the troops and help to motivate residents looking for neck and back pain relief, Macomb Township Chiropractic is offering the “Labor Day Pain Relief Package” that will give local residents a discounted rate for chiropractic services and provide donations to help the Desert Angels. With a donation of $50 and with a donation of snacks, personal care products, canned food or other necessities, residents can receive an orthopedic examination, a digital iPad posture evaluation and a chiropractic treatment which is valued at over $150. In addition, the package includes BONUSES: a free relaxing muscle massage bed treatment and a free sample of bio freeze muscle rub.

“With the recent cuts to the military and tough economic times, the Labor Day Pain Relief Package is a win for everyone. We hope to get residents relief of their neck or back pain so they are able to do the things they need to do like: bathing, grooming, sleeping, working, house & yard work plus more. In addition we are helping to support a great cause,” said Dr. McNeil.

The “Labor Day Pain Relief Package” will expire on Saturday September 20th at 12 pm, just in time to load up all the donations and take them to the “Packing Party” which will be held at the American Legion Post 351 in Utica, Michigan from 2-5 pm. Guests are welcome to come help pack boxes for the troops and enjoy the charitable fellowship.

For more information about us, please visit http://chrismcneilchiropractic.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Sandra Beer
Email: sandra@mediarecommendedexperts.com
Organization: Chris McNeil Chiropractor

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