This has come to me as
somewhat a shock, though not totally unexpected. My office at Piedmont Avenue will no longer
be available as of March 1, 2010.
Thanks to Dr. Eva Whitmore, I was
introduced to this office back in July 2009 and thanks to the sub-landlord, Dr.
Lisa Koenig, who was generous enough to allow me to rent the office with half the cost, knowing how
difficult to find someone else to rent the other half, and taking the loss herself.For that, I owe her big time. This is not mentioning that both of them has
been referring their patients to me, which to say the least, had helped
tremendously in my business.On top of
that, both of them, as well as the receptionist, Rachel, are great companies to
be around with (and Kei, the golden retriever, too).
I always say, things happen for reason,
and in this case, right after I passed my EMT class,
which to me, is a sign that I am suppose to be an EMT, cause now I can spend
more time to concentrate on practicing the skill that saves lifes.
I would like to take this opportunity
to thank both
Eva Whitmore and Dr. Lisa Koenig for their kindness, knowledge, generosity and support throughout the past seven months.I could not have gained the experience without
their help.It will be forever cherish,
and remembered.I owe them both big
time!Should anyone looking for a
kinesiologist or chiropractor (respectively), it is my recommendation to contact them,
especially if you have already tried others with no desire result, because you will see differences.
In the end, I thank everyone of you,
who had came to my Piedmont Avenue office, for your support during the past
seven months.I sincerely apologize for any
inconvenience this may cause.Nevertheless, I am still working at Mariner Square Athletic Club, and
will attempts to accommodate the day and time of your house-call requests as much as I can.Many thanks to all.