Bellevue and Kirkland Chiropractic Centers Teaming up for Lacrosse Club Fundraiser

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PrimeSpine Chiropractic Centers raise money for Sammamish Lacrosse team while promoting spinal health.

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To provide the best lacrosse action, coaching and environment for growth, both on and off the field.

PrimeSpine Chiropractic Centers of Bellevue and Kirkland are teaming up with the Sammamish Lacrosse Club to raise money for the team while promoting spinal health in the community. With a $25 donation to the Sammamish Lacrosse Club during April, PrimeSpine is offering a full chiropractic exam, including a full set of x-rays and an adjustment in the clinic. Each donation will be matched by PrimeSpine 100%, with the goal of reaching $1000.

The Sammamish Lacrosse Club is a non-profit organization that serves students from elementary through high school within the Bellevue School District, which includes: Sammamish High School, Interlake High School and Newport High School. Their mission is "to provide the best lacrosse action, coaching and environment for growth, both on and off the field."

This environment for growth fostered by the Sammamish Lacrosse Club encompasses the health and well-being of its students and naturally fits in with the overall goal of the PrimeSpine Wellness Centers. By donating their time and expertise to both the lacrosse club and the spinal health of the community at-large, PrimeSpine is proud to help raise money for a worthy organization, while working to improve spines and posture of the local community.

With clinics located in Bellevue and Kirkland, PrimeSpine offers a complete battery of chiropractic treatments and massage therapy. Operated by Dr. Ben Baker, a graduate of Northwestern Chiropractic College of Bloomington, Minnesota, the PrimeSpine clinics draw on his "passion for natural health care and wellness principles."

It is important to note that this fundraising offer from PrimeSpine is not exclusive to Sammamish lacrosse players and their friends and families, but is open to all members of the community.

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