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Chiropractor celebrates 20 years in business

Posted on September 17, 2021

Updated on September 20, 2021

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ROCKY MOUNT — Martini Chiropractic Center has been helping patients for 20 years.

Dr. Dale Martini said he opened his office in 2001 to offer his patients quality care in a kind and welcoming setting.

Martini focuses on the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine, but also offers acupuncture, laser therapy and muscle rehabilitation services.

“When I first opened, most of my patients came here because they had been in an accident,” Martini said. “Now, people realize that all of the services I offer support a healthy and happy lifestyle. I’ve never been busier.”

Martini said he chose to locate his practice 988 N. Winstead Ave. because of its proximity to Interstate 95 and U.S. 64 realizing that as the city grew, so would his practice.

“Rocky Mount has been the perfect location,” Martini said. “I expect to be here for another 20 years.”

To celebrate two decades in business, Martini Chiropractic Center recently hosted an open house for patients, business partners and vendors.

To find out more about chiropractic or acupuncture services, visit www.martinichiropractic.com or call 252-443-5177.

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