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Langley Chiropractor Blog: Holiday Hours 2018

December 11th, 2018 Comments Off

We have had a great year at Willowbrook Chiropractic helping our chiropractic and massage patients get out, and stay out of pain. We appreciate all of your kind words, referring your friends and family, and most of all trusting us with your health. We have a lot to be grateful for and wish you and your family a healthy and happy holiday season.

Our holiday hours for December 2018 (all other hours as per usual if not noted below)
Chiropractic
Saturday December 15: Dr. Armstrong 9am – 1pm

Monday December 24: Dr. Freedman 8:30am-12:30pm
Tuesday December 25: Closed
Wednesday December 26 Closed
Thursday, Friday, Saturday regular hours for the remainder of this week

Monday December 31: Dr. Freedman 8:30am-12:30pm
Tuesday January 1: Closed
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday regular hours for the remainder of this week

Registered Massage Therapy
Friday December 21 – Tuesday January 1: Closed

Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!

Langley Chiropractor Blog | Book Your Appointments Online

January 25th, 2018 Comments Off

Willowbrook chiropractic is now offering the option to book your Chiropractic or Registered Massage Therapy appointments online. Simply click on the link to the right to book an appointment.

Same day appointments can be booked up to 2 hours in advance.

As always you can still call us to book an appointment at 604.530.0530. If you have any questions, or difficulties please feel free to talk to Sylvia or Chrissa at the front desk.

Langley Chiropractor Blog | Ergonomic Desk Set up

January 16th, 2018 Comments Off

Did you know that for many years Dr. Freedman consulted with individuals and companies about workplace ergonomics? Even simple changes to your chair height, keyboard position, or moving your monitor can make a big difference to how your body feels. Most importantly, no matter how well your desk is set up, take regular breaks from sitting.

Here is our cheat sheet to help you avoid the aches and pains that can sometimes accompany a work day at the desk. (click on it to get a closer look)

Ask Dr. Freedman or Dr. Armstrong for a copy next time you are at the office.