BUSINESS: SpineCare to celebrate 20th anniversary on June 9

New SpineFit clinic/gym hybrid will be introduced

MADISON – A Madison business is celebrating their 20th anniversary this week, and unveiling a relatively new concept to the area. SpineCare, 11743 County Line Road, will host a celebration on Thursday June 9, for its 20th anniversary. In addition, the chiropractic center will hold a grand opening for their newest venture, SpineFit.

The Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Mayor Paul Finley will be on hand to help celebrate at 4:30 p.m. with a ribbon cutting. Tours of the new facilities and festivities, including food and live music, will be available from 5-9 pm.

“SpineFit by SpineCare is going to be a life changer for so many people who need a small group fitness class that takes into account their previous injuries, fitness level/health and abilities,” said Dr. Anthony Houssain, founder and owner of SpineCare and SpineFit. “It’s a relatively new concept in the chiropractic industry with only a handful of clinic/gym hybrid facilities nationwide. We aim to be a successful model for other chiropractors who wish to add the gym feature to their clinic.”

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