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Eastern Ohio Chiropractic Society

 

A Chapter of the Wellness Revolution

 

 

Our Mission Statement
 

Eastern Ohio Chiropractic Society Mission Statement

To promote the science, philosophy and arts of the chiropractic profession and to provide for its perpetuation; to advocate and encourage the highest standards of ethics in the practice of the profession; to work united for the advancement of the chiropractic profession; to develop the close cooperation among the Doctors of Chiropractic for the professional welfare of every member of this Association and of the profession in general; to promote the most desirable relationships with other professions, organizations, governmental agencies and groups.

 

Eastern Ohio Chiropractic Society Purpose

To promote the social involvement and interaction of the doctors of district 4 of the Ohio State Chiropractic Association. To create opportunity to educate,inspire, and develop friendships among the area Chiropractic Physicians and promote a united front for the public. To create a forum for professional discourse and to create avenues of service to Chiropractic patients in North east Ohio.

 

 

 

 

Area Chiropractors Collect Toys for Children in Crisis

‘Cuddly Critters’ Drive to Benefit Someplace Safe and Sojourner House 

 

 

 

(January 25, 2013) – The Eastern Ohio Chiropractic Society (EOCS) is sponsoring its first toy drive, “Cuddly Critters for Kids in Crisis,” during the month of February and encouraging new and existing patients to donate new children’s toys to benefit two local organizations that help families facing domestic violence. Participating Trumbull County chiropractors will donate toys to Someplace Safe of Trumbull County, and participating Mahoning County chiropractors will donate toys to Sojourner House of Youngstown.

 

New patients who donate one or more new toys during the drive will receive a free chiropractic consultation, a doctor’s report of findings and treatment recommendation.

 

“In February, we think about matters of the heart, and as chiropractic physicians, we think about infants and children because we treat them regularly in our practices, so we want to offer special support to children in crisis. For kids facing the extreme challenges of domestic violence, toys offer comfort, familiarity, and a means for expressing feelings and emotions,” said Dr. Angel Ricciulli, President of EOCS.

 

“Children are often the forgotten victims of domestic violence,” according to Bonnie Wilson, director of Someplace Safe. “In 2012 nearly 100 children from babes-in-arms to teens sought safety in our shelter. Someplace Safe seeks to reduce and prevent domestic violence for victims of all ages through advocacy, education, supportive services, and 24-hour crisis intervention and shelter to families in crisis.

 

New toys can be donated at any of these participating EOCS chiropractic clinics:  

 

Warren:

  • §         Back2Health, 1975 Niles Cortland Road
  • §         Trumbull County Chiropractic, 3635 Elm Road, NE

 

Cortland:

  • §         Cortland Chiropractic, 148 W. Main Street

 

Niles:

  • Urban Chiropractic, 22 Youngstown-Warren Road

 

Boardman:

  • Carradine Chiropractic Center, 8261 Market Street, Suite A
  • Parkside Chiropractic, 945 Boardman-Canfield Road, Suite 11

 

Poland:

  • D’Amato Chiropractic Clinic, 841 Southwestern Run, Suite 2
  • James J. Krumpak, DC, 1714 Boardman-Poland Road

 

EOCS doctors practice and reside in Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana Counties and sponsor several philanthropic drives to support the Mahoning Valley, including the back-to-school coat drives in August and Thanksgiving food drives, as well as the current toy drive.

 

The EOCS, an affiliate of the Ohio State and American Chiropractic Associations,   promotes the science, philosophy and art of the chiropractic profession

 
 
 
Chiropractic Physicians of the Eastern Ohio Chiropractic Society proudly giving quality care to patient in the Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties.