The Joint Chiropractic Holds Ribbon Cutting At 3rd Location In Cleveland

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

The Joint Chiropractic and the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for The Joint’s newest clinic, 698 Paul Huff Pkwy., last Wednesday.

Dr. Justin Vasquez and his staff hosted chamber members and others from the Cleveland area at
the clinic, which is the third The Joint Chiropractic to open in the Cleveland/Chattanooga area.

The first clinic opened in Hixson in the fall of 2019. That opening was then followed by their second
location, which opened in early summer in 2020 in the North Shore community of Chattanooga.

“Our fourth clinic will open in the next few months on Gunbarrel in Hamilton Place, and we’re very
excited about that. And we’re grateful to the people of our area who have welcomed The Joint and
have taken advantage of our services,” said Dr. Justin.

“Our goal at The Joint is to promote wellness and preventive health care by offering convenient,
accessible and affordable chiropractic care, and we are very excited to now be open in Cleveland to
serve the folks in this area.”

The Joint Chiropractic is open seven days a week; Monday through Friday, their hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

“There is no appointment necessary,” said Dr. Justin. “We want Cleveland to come by and discover
the difference in our care.”

For more information or details, contact their Marketing and Brand Coordinator Wanda Woodard, or
stop into any of their three clinic locations.


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