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5 Year Anniversary Montage Video

Posted Jun 18 2009 12:57pm

FORMER OSU QUARTERBACKS, CRAIG KRENZEL AND JIM KARSATOS, ALONG WITH DR SCOT GRAY, D.C. SURVIVE THE OHIO NECK & BACK PAIN RELIEF CENTERS’ 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY.

On Saturday, June 13th, The Ohio Neck & Back Pain Relief Centers celebrated 5 years in business by throwing a huge party for the community.  Scott Shawver from Buckeye Country 94.3 broadcasted live from the event from 11 to 1.  Over 250 visitors came by to see what all of the hype was about.  All of the children had a blast in a big bouncy gym, on pony rides, playing with puppies from the humane society and much more.  Adults were pampered with free food, massages, and reflexology.

Dr Scot gave adjustments to his current patients as another doctor performed 17 free exams, consultations, and x-rays to help those with back and neck pain.  Reflexology by Relaxus gave free foot massage reflexology, while Teri Hamilton performed chair massages for all of those signed up (this line didn’t stop all day long!).

While all of this was going on Craig Krenzel (quarterback for OSU for the latest national championship season) and Jim Karsatos (quarterback for OSU during the 85’-86’ seasons) gave out free autographs, and free picture opportunities for all of those who attended.  Many prizes were handed out that day but the big prize, 2 tickets to the OSU/USC game this year in the shoe, were won by local resident, Sue Millisor.

Dr Scot Gray’s 5 year anniversary extravaganza was a so amazing that several people have asked if they could still take advantage of the FREE exam.  Although we had several hundred people come see us at the extravaganza, there were still some people who missed the opportunity to take advantage of the free exam and x-rays due to our full schedule.  If you missed your chance for a FREE exam you can go to www.OhioBackPainCenters.com or contact us at 740-386-6580.

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