Spine and Cheese
Wednesday, August 16th
6:00 - 8:00 PM
400 Market St., Suite 105
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
This event is located in the Center of Motion office
in Southern VIllage.
Are you curious about chiropractic? Skeptical? Maybe heard some good things, maybe some bad things, and you’re not quite sure if it’s for you? Well, let’s talk.
Come drop in, drink some wine, eat some cheese, ask some questions, and listen to my brief spiel. Those who come by and ask a question will receive a discount on an initial visit!
Every question is a fantastic question but here are a few sample questions to get you started:
“I sit at a computer all day at my job. How can I do that without constantly screwing myself up?”
“What is laser therapy, and how is it related to chiropractic?”
“My posture is terrible and makes me look 20 years older than I actually am. What’s the remedy for this?”
“What is the one grossly overlooked nutritional supplement that will actually help me sleep better and relax my muscles?”
“Is another cortisone shot really the only thing I can do for this bum shoulder?”
“If I came to you, do I have to get cracked?”
Get the answers to these and more on August 16th from 6-8PM! We can’t wait to see you!
About Dr. Wise
I have treated thousands of patients in my 16 years of chiropractic private practice. In 2006, I developed Cranial Laser Reflex Technique (CLRT) for musculoskeletal pain relief and functional improvements. Since its development, I have used the technique with most of my patients and taught hundreds of practitioners around the world through live workshops and video training. I have presented CLRT in national and global conferences on chiropractic, photobiomodulation, and complementary and alternative medicine.
As the Science Chair of the North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT), I am honored to work with the world's leading experts on laser therapy. Through my work with medical students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I am increasing visibility of chiropractic and low-level laser therapy at one of the nation's top medical schools. I am first chiropractor in UNC's Program on Integrative Medicine and am currently working to put evidence behind my practice experience of CLRT's effectiveness.