Dr. Shupe & Dr. Downing Leaving The Practice

June 21, 2016 » In: Denver Chiropractic Related News » Leave a comment

Dr. Shupe & Dr. Downing Leaving The Practice

Notice of Leave

06/15/2016

RE: Dr. Shupe & Dr. Downing leaving the practice.
TO: Denver Chiropractic, LLC Patients

We would like to wish all the best to both doctors in their future endeavors. Over the years they have helped thousands of people like you regain health and an active lifestyle. They have been like family at our clinic and their departure to move away from our clinic comes with a saddened heart.

As the owner of the clinic, I would like to extend an invitation for you to continue your care at our clinic with myself or Dr. Steve Brown. We are currently interviewing chiropractors to find the absolute best for our patients. Drs. Nick Shupe and Brittany Downing would like you to continue your care at Denver Chiropractic, LLC. Your treatments and cost will be the same for your care.

Denver Chiropractic, LLC is continuing to grow and would like you to be aware of the added services that will soon be available to you.

  • Newly added approximate 400 square feet for Physical Rehabilitation (estimated completion August 2016).
    Adding Multiple Physical Therapists for health insurance/cash patients
    Adding a Medical Doctor for health insurance/cash patients
    Foundation Training Classes of 15 to 20 people capacity
  • On Site Digital X-Ray Suite
    Spine and extremities with medical radiologist interpretation (estimated completion August 2016)
  • Decompression Chiropractic Table

We thank you for your patronage and we appreciate your trust in our services.

Sincerely,

Trent Artichoker MS, DC
Owner of Denver Chiropractic, LLC

 

About the Author:Dr. Trent Artichoker - Denver Chiropractor

Denver chiropractor, Dr. Trent Artichoker MS, DC is the clinical director and founder of Denver Chiropractic, LLC. The clinic is the oldest clinic in Denver, CO located in north west Denver, near downtown. Dr. Artichoker treats car accident injuries, neck pain, whiplash, back pain, and headaces.

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