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Chicago DC Interns Volunteer at Popular South Side Run

by Apr 5, 2013

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DC interns from the NUHS Whole Health Center – Chicago, provided stretching and soft tissue work for runners in the “March 4 Meg” 5K event in south suburban Evergreen Park, on Saturday, March 30.  The event was held in honor of a local resident, Meg Moonan, a mother of four who died of melanoma last year. Proceeds from “March 4 Meg” will establish a fund for melanoma awareness and research.

17 interns from National University accompanied clinician Dr. April Miller, on what turned out to be a crisp, sunny spring morning. The interns provided both pre and post-race care, and offered information about National University’s clinic services. A local dermatologist also volunteered at the event, offering free skin screening to 5K participants.

“This is a great opportunity for outreach to the south suburban community,” says Dr. Miller, who is excited about continuing the Chicago clinic’s enthusiastic participation in a wide variety of community events. The NUHS Whole Health Center in Chicago welcomes new patients, and provides comprehensive chiropractic care for the entire family.

dc interns volunteer south side run

(l-r)J. McCrackan, Jason Rejano, Dr. April Miller and Sithari Edirisooriya offer
chiropractic info. and stretching to several of the 1000 event participants.
(top) Intern Moe Joudeh helps runner stretch before race.


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