180 Degrees Chiropractic to hold opening ceremony on Jan. 6

On Jan. 6, 2012, City of Redmond Mayor John Marchione will welcome 180 Degrees Chiropractic to the city at an opening ceremony at 3 p.m. at 16150 N.E. 85th Street, Suite 110.

  • Tuesday, December 13, 2011 7:48pm
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On Jan. 6, 2012, City of Redmond Mayor John Marchione will welcome 180 Degrees Chiropractic to the city at an opening ceremony at 3 p.m. at 16150 N.E. 85th Street, Suite 110.

According to the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce, 180 Degrees Chiropractic is a wellness center offering chiropractic, massage therapy, traction, decompression, nutritional supplements and spinal rehabilitation.

In a press release, owners Chris and Jen Aliment said, “(Their) philosophy for improving your health starts with you. The core of (their) wellness center has everything to do with your faith, confidence and belief in yourself that you have the potential to be healthy.”

“As Redmond continues to grow its economy, I want to personally welcome new businesses to Redmond,” Marchione said. “Each new business adds jobs, while also adding potential customers to our existing restaurants and shops.”

For more information, contact Carla Johnson, at (425) 885-4014.

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