A reminder that next Monday is Labor Day! We will be closed for that day, returning normal hours on Tuesday.
If you need to reschedule, you can do so here.
The summer is quickly coming to an end, and we at Adjust are ready to dig in a little deeper. This means expanding our hours on Saturday!
Starting September 12th, we will open Saturday morning at 8 am. How late will we be here? Depends on you!
We will be open and available for appointments starting at 8 am, and open the schedule up as the schedule dictates. If you would like to be seen on a Saturday, please schedule online or simply call, and we will make sure you are well taken care of.
We will be out of town for a week, starting tomorrow..
Closing at 6 pm Today, August 4th.
Regular hours resume on Wednesday. August 12th.
*Please remember that in order for you to get the best care possible, we ask that you schedule… even if that means calling when you are in the car, that way we can make sure you get our full attention.
Thank you for allowing us to take care of you. When deciding our own vacation time, we attempt to make plenty of opportunities for our patients to get checked right before we leave and right when we get back. however, we know that means you need to change your schedule from time to time. Thank you for working with us!
Check out our online booking to schedule for next week, if you have not done so, and watch Instagram if you want to keep up with what we are doing. As always, I will be attempting to catch bigger and better fish than my son…just to keep his ego in check, as every father should.
-Matthew M Mix, DC
As much as we LOVE taking care of you, it’s time for a little R&R..
Next week, Monday, we will return for normal hours through the week. However, we will be closed the first week in August (see below).
Thank you for allowing us to take care of you. We have plenty of time on the schedule to make sure there is little lapse in your care. Check out our online booking, or call during business hours.
Simply, we practice what we preach. It is so important to give your mind a little downtime so that you can perform at your peak. That way we can return full of the energy you deserve for your healthcare.
-Matthew M Mix, DC