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The Joint...the Chiropractic Place, Leading Chiropractor of Salt Lake City, Receives New Award From Q Salt Lake Magazine for Making Health Care Accessible to Everyone

The Trusted Practice Has Long Been a Supporter of the LGBT Community; The Joint Franchisee James Adelman Has Newly Been Honored With a Fabby Award and Is Among Featured Allies in the September Issue

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 09/27/13 -- For Utah chiropractic adjustment, there is no more experienced, knowledgeable, and accommodating source than The Joint, with locations in Sugar House, Cottonwood Heights and over 423 locations nationwide. For several years, the staff at The Joint has been offering back, neck and headache pain relief in Utah. They adjust the necks and spines of patients with comfort and ease, ensuring them a healthy and active life without the use of pharmaceuticals. The Joint franchisee James Adelman does what he can to better the community, getting involved wherever possible. The business has long been locally praised as an affordable and effective adjustment office. Now the community-minded businessman is receiving praises of another kind.

The Joint chiropractor, with two locations locally owned by franchisee James Adelman, recently received the honor of an Allies award. As leaders in the community and in Utah chiropractic adjustment, the Joint Sugar House has also recently received a Fabby award from the publication. With these awards, QSaltLake has put their stamp of approval on The Joint for back pain relief in Utah.

Each year QSaltLake magazine recognizes and honors members of the community that they deem Allies. These individuals are recognized in no small part for their efforts on behalf of the LGBT community. The Joint chiropractor of Salt Lake City brings affordable and convenient health care to residents in order to serve the needs of every patient in the community. "Through routine care, patients who receive regular Utah chiropractic adjustment can live more productive lives, and our staff is committed to restoring the one-on-one doctor/patient relationship people seek," remarked Adelman.

The Joint's mission for back pain relief in Utah has always been one of simplicity and affordability. With their low prices and extremely flexible hours, The Joint caters to all community members, and encourages walk-ins. "I feel it's important to be part of the community we serve and to provide a comfortable, safe environment for all our patients," Adelman shared. The Joint chiropractor of Salt Lake City has convenient retail center locations and a hip, contemporary environment offer the most unique and brilliantly simple chiropractic visit you'll experience.

Adelman says he's elated to be recognized for his clinics' great care, and he looks forward to continuing to offer wellness to all patients, equally. "Patients want to be in control of their healthcare decisions," he says; and it's clear the no appointment, no insurance model makes good on The Joint's mission to provide routine and affordable care to all who need it as qualified by Inc. Magazine. The Joint was named the 44th fastest growing private company in America on the Inc. 500 annual list. For more information, visit their website at http://saltlakecitychiropractor-thejoint.com/.

ABOUT THE JOINT CORPORATION
In 1999, The Joint was founded with a vision to transform the confusing concept of chiropractic treatment into a philosophy of health and wellness. CEO John Leonesio is a recognized expert in the health franchise industry with over 40 years' experience. Among his successes, he founded massage envy in 2002 and transformed it into a $300 million operation. The Joint concept offers convenient hours and no appointments are necessary. With 423 clinics in 28 states, the company ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine Franchise 500 at #285 and in Inc. Magazine Inc.500 Fastest Growing Companies at #45. For more information visit www.thejoint.com.

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