Life Force Chiropractic Offers No Charge Screenings for Visitors of Spring Fair and Farmers' Market This April

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Chiropractic office will offer no-cost screenings at two different events the weekend of April 16 to 19 in the Puyallup, WA, area; one event will also kick off the summer season, which will provide regular opportunities for locals to find out about their chiropractic needs.

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Having a booth at these events leaves a positive impact on the community because the more people who are aware of their health, the better

Life Force Chiropractic, which has offices in Auburn and Puyallup, WA, is pleased to announce that the company will take part in the Washington State Puyallup Spring Fair for the second year in a row from April 16 to 19. That same weekend, Life Force Chiropractic will begin appearing at the Puyallup farmers' market each Saturday through the end of summer, also for their second time.

Employees from Life Force Chiropractic will have a booth set up at the venue, so passersby can stop in and get a chiropractic screening at no charge. This free screening is the chance for Puyallup-area and state residents to see whether they would benefit from chiropractic care, especially as a chronic pain treatment.

The fair typically draws a few thousand people each year and is a major event for both the state of Washington and the community of Puyallup. In addition to the booth for Life Force Chiropractic, visitors can also eat delicious treats, listen to live music, watch the demolition derby and monster truck shows, have fun on carnival rides and experience other family-friendly entertainment options.

Also starting that weekend on Saturday, April 18, Life Force Chiropractic's Puyallup location will attend the local farmers' market. The clinic will be attending the farmers' market each Saturday through to the end of summer.

Dr. Mindy Hendrick, D.C. at Life Force Chiropractic, explained that the market, which offers fresh produce, baked and gluten free goods, is a great place for the company to meet both new and existing patients.

"The farmers' market is a great place for people to get fresh produce and also serves as an opportunity for people to find out about their health," she commented.

As with the state fair, Life Force Chiropractic will offer screenings at no cost to those interested in how chiropractic can improve their health and lifestyle.

Dr. Hendrick and other staff members regularly appear at community events such as these, including at health fairs at various local health food stores.

Just as with the fair, which Dr. Hendrick expects to be both fun and educational for visitors, the farmers' market also gives the clinic the chance to meet people they don't normally see in the office. Where the staff at Life Force Chiropractic will usually speak to patients in a more clinical setting at the office, the fair gives them the chance to have more relaxed conversations about patients' health and wellness.

Dr. Hendrick also said that the fair and farmers' market give the clinic the opportunity to extend their outreach and improve relationships with patients. "This is one of the many opportunities we take advantage of in order to get a chance to be with our community and get to know the local vendors," she said.

"Having a booth at these events leaves a positive impact on the community because the more people who are aware of their health, the better," Dr. Hendrick said. "If you don't have your health, you don't have anything."

The Washington State Puyallup Spring Fair will be held at the Washington State Fair Events Center, located at 110 9th Ave SW in Puyallup. The farmers' market, also in Puyallup, is at 330 S Meridian.

About Life Force Chiropractic

Life Force Chiropractic in Puyallup, WA, offers a wide range of chiropractic solutions to the local community. Whether a patient needs treatment for whiplash or chronic back pain, the Life Force Chiropractic team has the experience to help them reach their wellness goals. To learn more, visit http://www.lifeforce-chiropractic.net.

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