October 2013 Business News

Elk Valley Family Chiropractic
831 7th Ave
250-423-3003

Dr. Mike Rumpel has recently joined the Chiropractic Cancer Foundation for Children. “We will enrich the lives of children suffering from cancer by helping to ease their pain and nurture a process of self healing,” says Rumpel.

Stress and poor circulation can undermine the body's natural healing powers and interfere with the central nervous system's ability to communicate effectively. The purpose of the foundation is to ensure that all children with cancer have access to free chiropractic care so that cost is not a factor in the decision to obtain this important care for all those in need.

Rumpel explains, “By adjusting any subluxations, we free the nervous system to relieve stressors allowing the body to self heal and self regulate.”

If your child or a child you know has been diagnosed with cancer, have them checked by a chiropractor.See the foundation website is http://www.ccffc.org/ for a list of all chiropractors’s participating.

Fernie Physiotherapy

901 5th Ave
250-423-3423

Stephanie Hansen is happy to join the team at Fernie Physiotherapy as their new full time BC Registered Massage Therapist. Stephanie has been practicing massage for five years and also has a background in Kinesiology and Psychology. She offers therapeutic massage using Swedish, deep tissue, stretching and myofascial techniques.

Stephanie welcomes new and existing clients to see her Mon-Fri including evenings until 8pm. She looks forward to helping you achieve your wellness goals whether it be tuning up before ski season, relieving back pain or stress tension, or rehabilitating from an injury. Call Fernie Physio to book an appointment.

Grow’s Children’s Boutique

701 2nd Ave
250-423-4769
Grow Children's Boutique Ltd. is excited to announce that Alicia Clarke has joined the Grow team as the new owner. Alicia and her husband Mike have lived in Fernie for the past six years and have grown their family here to include two little boys. Alicia is passionate about family and supporting local business and is active in several volunteer board positions in town.

Founder Melissa MacKay is staying on until Christmas, and would like to extend a huge thank you for the support for this GROWing business over the past four years, and is excited for Alicia to Grow it further. Also rejoining the Grow team is Jessica Hikida.

Alicia would like to thank you for your continued patronage and looks forward to serving this awesome community for many years to come. Head to Grow to see what else is new in store.