A Lot to Celebrate at Stillpoint Chiropractic
Oct 01, 2013 11:17PM
Dr. Pennella celebrating the grand re-opening ribbon cutting with Barbara Sweeney, representing Teacher’s Treasures
On September 18, Stillpoint Family Chiropractic celebrated a grand reopening of its office in Fishers, along with recognizing Dr. Mary Grace Pennella’s 14th anniversary as a Doctor of Chiropractic and chiropractic’s 118th birthday.
Many attendees brought new school supplies that were donated to Teacher’s Treasures - Helping Teachers Help Kids that supports the schools in Marion County to provide a better education. The organization helps at-risk school children to succeed by providing teachers with donated educational supplies.
The celebration also focused on the health professionals at Stillpoint Family Chiropractic and their dedication to teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care, helping patients experience better health and a better way of life.
It’s widely recognized that the first chiropractic adjustment was performed on September 18, 1895, in Davenport, Iowa, on a man who was deaf in one ear. After receiving his adjustment, his hearing was restored, sparking chiropractic as a healing method.