FROM: USA Chiropractic, 6035 Blvd. East West New York New Jersey 07093, USA.
CONTACT: Dr. Jason Tirado, President, 201-453-1555, email@example.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Jersey’s premier health professionals dedicated to helping persons achieve their wellness objectives through the combining of skill and expertise that spans the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum, USA Chiropractic has today announced its first annual "Firefighter Appreciation Month".
USA Chiropractic "Firefighter Appreciation Month" activity will focus on "The North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue" (NHRFR), and will be in appreciation of all those who have served and are continuing to serve at the risk of putting their lives in danger.
“We just want to offer our thanks and our appreciation for their dedicated service,” says Dr. Jason Tirado, President of USA Chiropractic, who leads a team of chiropractors who have been for some time wanting to find a tangible and meaningful way to give back to their host community.
Firefighter Desmond Boyle with North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue says it’s good to know that the folks at USA Chiropractic have "Got my back and have been able to keep me working on the job for all these years. This is a great event they are holding for my firefighter brothers.”
“By dedicating the entire month of October to the recognition of the awesome task undertaken by local fire fighters, USA Chiropractic team says it is their way of letting the ‘all firefighters know that they can come in for these services.”
“Our giving back to, as well as, the health benefits the local firefighters will derive from our involvement with them, will seek to keep them healthy on the job, and most importantly, free from pain,” says Dr. Tirado, who believes many firefighters get injured on the job with neck and back injuries. If that is the case, the chiropractors say they can help these firefighters by keeping them healthy or getting them back on the job quicker.
For further information, please Dr. Jason Tirado USA Chiropractic 201-453-1555