InMotion Health Center in St. Louis Missouri, which has served Richmond Heights and Clayton for more than 20 years, is celebrating the opening of its new location with two days of events on March 4 and 5.
The new location, in the University Tower across from the Galleria on Brentwood Boulevard, is larger and more modern than the center’s old office, and allows for better flow and expanded services. The grand opening events will take place from 4-7 p.m. on March 4 and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on March 5 at 1034 Brentwood Blvd. Ste 300B, St. Louis, MO 63117. Activities will include tours of the new space, information about the center and the services it offers, prize raffles, free chair massages and food and drinks.
InMotion Health Center was founded 20 years ago with the vision that restoring good health requires the whole person be treated, according to founder Dr. Sharon Fitelson.
“Our center employs a variety of cutting edge approaches that are integrated specifically for the individual patient and delivered by a complementary group of caring professionals,” she said. “My belief is that informed patients will make the greatest strides in attaining whole health and that knowledge will provide them with lifelong tools to maintain that well-being.”
The center’s core mission of chiropractic care will now be complemented with more rehabilitative exercises, as well as posture training and core training programs for patients who want to optimize health and maintain their results. Acupuncture treatments, herbology, dietary strategies and relaxation protocols are also available, as are hormonal consultations, which include in-depth screenings and individualized treatment plans. For the past five years the center has offered patients the Shape ReClaimed program, which corrects hormonal imbalances to reduce inflammation, helps shed toxic weight and restores the body to a healthy balance.
The center’s new space allows room for the staff to grow and also puts patients in a setting with other, complementary services available in the same building, such as physical therapy and Pilates classes. Dr. Fitelson said the center is also expanding the programs and services it offers, as well as making it more convenient for patients. Massage therapy appointments can be booked online, as can new patient consultations with Dr. Fitelson and her partner, Dr. Gregory Neff.
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