Back in Motion Chiropractic to help military personnel

| 30 Sep 2011 | 09:42

    Newton — Back in Motion Chiropractic has teamed up with Army OneSource, a U.S. Army Community outreach program, and the Army Community Covenant to raise awareness of the challenges of military life on service members and their families and to address the need for accessible health services. As part of its commitment, Back in Motion Chiropractic will treat returning Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars for free for a minimum of 60 days, The Community Covenant commits the ANJC to treating returning veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars as part of the “Healing Hands 4 Heroes” program. This program allows chiropractors to learn about the stresses and challenges service members and their families face as a result of multiple deployments. Dr. James J. King of Back in Motion Chiropractic has successfully completed “Treating the Invisible Wounds of War Series: Part 1 - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder” as part of this program. “This is a program that Back In Motion is very excited and very proud to be involved in,” said King. “By teaming up with Army OneSource, the U.S. Army’s community outreach program, we’re going to be assisting Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans as they come back dealing with the everyday challenges and stresses of life.” For more information call 973-383-0304, visit,