Chiropractor gives back

  • Friday, June 13, 2014

“As always, it’s all about the people,” states Dr. Tron Malachowski, owner of Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic in Historic Summerville.

“Each year we make big plans to throw a celebration to the people we serve every single day in our office. We have hundreds of people that come to see us with major health complications ranging from MS and Parkinson’s disease, to asthma, allergies, and menstrual disorders.

“We make it a point to let our patients know that we truly care about them, and the community in which they serve,” Dr. Malachowski says.

As part of Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic’s celebration, they offered complimentary services to all of their existing patients May 23 while giving away free prizes.

Also, a community school supply drive was being held at Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic to give back to Dorchester Children’s Center. The Center provides a coordinated evidence-based response to child abuse that reduces trauma and provides treatment for the children and families in our community in a safe child-focused environment. Each year they provide hundreds of children in need with back packs, notebooks, pens, paper, folders, etc.

Last year the Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic family donated over 70 pounds of school supplies. Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic is located at 310B N Gum Street.

For additional information about Lowcountry Specific Chiropractic, Dr. Tron Malachowski, or community events, contact Meg Conlon at clinic@lowcountrychiro.com or 843.873.0011.


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