Flack Family Chiropractic to Participate in Christmas Charity Event

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Dr. Beth Anne Flack firmly believes in the importance of chiropractic care for the entire family. In order to help the community understand the benefits of chiropractic and introduce her practice to new clients, Flack Family Chiropractic in Martinez, Georgia announces that it will be participating in this year's Christmas on the Reservation charity drive.

For more than 10 years, Dr. Beth Anne Flack has been treating those in pain with a heart of compassion and understanding. After working at Chiro Choice in Dalton, GA for 3 years, Dr. Beth went on to open Flack Family Chiropractic in Martinez, Georgia. Today, she continues to educate patients on the importance of chiropractic care and its benefits to the entire family.

In order to help more families receive chiropractic care and to introduce her practice to new clients, Dr. Beth is participating in this year's Christmas on the Reservation charity drive. The drive benefits residents of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar, Montana. Until Thanksgiving 2012, clients who donate a pair of children's sneakers and $50.00 will receive a new patient consultation, exam and x-rays, a $245 value. Due to legal restrictions, personal injury and auto injury cases are excluded from this offer.

Dr. Beth Anne Flack is involved in The Love Has No Color chiropractic organization, and went to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation for the first time this summer, though she has participated in this even in the past. She is excited to be helping these children out after seeing first hand the needs of the children. "We have a fun day on the reservation during the summer where the kids are involved in different games and crafts including wall climbing and duct tape bracelet making. When the 150 pairs of shoes came out that we had, everyone dropped what they were doing to go get a pair. It was incredible. That is why I am excited to be collecting shoes this year."

To get involved in the gift drive, or to get more information please call Gwen or Amy at 706-305-3241. Last year all of the offices around the country totaled around 8000 gifts nationwide. We collected enough for each child on the reservation to receive a gift for Christmas, sometimes the only one they had.

Dr. Beth believes chiropractic care is a vital component in general health and wellness. Her practice specializes in total family care, including helping to alleviate the back pain experienced during pregnancy. Dr. Beth utilizes a compendium of traditional chiropractic techniques to relieve pain and promote wellness in patients of all ages.

"As a patient, you expect understanding and compassion in your journey toward health and wellness," said Dr. Beth. "At Flack Family Chiropractic we concentrate on the relationships we establish with patients and families in order to offer true family chiropractic care that results in real relief."

Flack says the vision shared by all in her office is encapsulated in the motto "Healthier People, Healthier Planet!!" She and her dedicated staff all work together with the goal of making patients healthier, happier, and on the road to total wellness. For further information about Dr. Beth Anne Flack and the quality chiropractic and wellness services that Flack Chiropractic provides, view their Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/flackfamilychiropractic. To participate in the Christmas on the Reservation charity drive, call (706) 305-3241 to schedule a new patient appointment.

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Flack Family Chiropractic specializes in family wellness care. She will help the whole family live life to the fullest. Dr. Beth has helped people with not only back pain but also Aspergers, ADD, ADHD, and Asthma. Dr. Beth also loves to help pregnant women reach optimal comfort during their pregnancy. She utilizes a series of chiropractic techniques to treat a multitude of patients. For more information, please visit their website at https://www.facebook.com/flackfamilychiropractic.

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