Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Dr. Malachowski was highlighted by the Charleston Regional Business Journal for his dynamic liveWELL classes which he teaches all over the state of South Carolina.
The annual awards honor men and women and organizations that volunteer their time, exceed expectations and put themselves in harmís way on a daily basis in service to the community.
The liveWELL classes target people who would like to change the quality of their lives through food intake and exercise. The six-week series is free to any organization and to date, has helped the community lose over 2000 pounds of weight. Dr. Malachowskiís Specific Chiropractic work has taken him on three mission trips; once to Honduras and twice to Nicaragua where he helped deliver Specific Chiropractic care to over 35,000 people. He is actively involved with volunteering for Dorchester Children in Crisis and serving his church community. Finally, Dr. Malachowski serves as the Owner and Director at Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic where his rare focus to the upper neck area makes him one of about 700 Specific Chiropractors in the world who focuses on this vital area of the body. The uniqueness of his work has positioned him to write two research papers on Parkinsonís disease and the profound positive changes seen in Parkinsonís patients during Specific Chiropractic care.
Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic is located at 310B N Gum Street.
For additional information about Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic, Dr. Tron Malachowski, or their community events, contact Meg Conlon at firstname.lastname@example.org, 843.873.0011 or visit their website at lowcountrychiro.com.
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