Back to School Special at Settimi Chiropractic and Wellness
Dr. Jamie Settimi
Doctor of Chiropractic Jamie Settimi, of Settimi Chiropractic and Wellness Center, is offering back-to-school wellness screenings through September 30 as a benefit to the community. The special includes complimentary spinal screenings, individual consultations and personalized foot scans for pre-school, elementary and high school-aged children. The special also includes a $50 off coupon for custom-molded orthotics, if found to be necessary during the scan.
“Many children suffer from one or more common childhood ailments, including colic, acid reflux, restlessness, ADHD, food allergies, ear infections, asthma and eczema,” says Settimi. “By screening children for nervous system interference, we help them overcome these common obstacles and give them the best possible start to this school year.”
Settimi has been working with families in the Brookfield area for over 27 years. She is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, The Wisconsin Chiropractic Association and the Foundation for Wellness Professionals. Settimi has completed specialized courses in order to learn techniques specific to treating children, which involves a gentle and effective approach in a welcoming environment. Screening and consults are by appointment only; evening and weekend appointments are available.
Location: 17280 W. North Ave., Ste. G102, Brookfield. For more information, call 262-789-0576, email Info@SettimiChiropractic.com or visit SettimiChiropractic.com.
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