When people see a small 4 staff business giving that kind of money to those in need they will drive right past other offices to help support our cause.
Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
When Louisville Chiropractic opened it's doors in 2008 Dr. Martin had no idea the country was about to settle into a major economic depression. "Times were tough back then. I remember I was the manager, the painter, construction crew, flooring guy, marketing guy and finally the Chiropractor! Hours were long and I barely saw my wife and daughter, who were still living in Lexington until I could get on my feet here in Louisville."
The first few years were certainly tough on Louisville's newest Chiropractor. With no extra overhead for advertising and a small office you could barely see from Shelbyville Road few people even realized he was there. "I had patients who worked up the street find me in the yellow pages and say they had driven past my office for 3 years and never noticed the sign!" Once Dr. Martin was established he was finally able to focus more on his patients and less on just keeping the office open. "Once on my feet and not worrying about just paying the bills I decided that I would make it my mission to simply help as many people as possible live the best they can...and my success would follow."
With his new found focus he moved Louisville Chiropractic and Rehab to a new and larger facility near the corner of Blankenbaker Pkwy and Shelbyville Road in Middletown, KY. You can see the beautiful office here: http://www.louisvillechiropracticandrehab.com
Once moved, Dr. Martin committed to donating $10,000 a year to charitable organizations such as Make-A-Wish to give back to his Louisville community. "After we started giving to these charities people seemed to be drawn to us. When people see a small 4 staff business giving that kind of money to those in need they will drive right past other offices to help support our cause." Dr. Martin believes that beyond the exceptional care his patients receive at his beautiful office in Middletown, the reason for his success is his willingness to give. "For any new patient who walks into Louisville Chiropractic and donates $40 to one of our organizations I donate my time for their consultation and exam. This way you can find out if we can help without any risk. A donation for a wonderful organization and a diagnosis and recommendation for what is ailing you. It's Win-Win."
"I have many colleagues whose offices have been reduced in recent years while we have doubled in size. I credit our exceptional care and philanthropic donations as the reason residents seek us out as their Louisville Chiropractor."
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