Dr. Scott Update
I hope this email finds you in good health and spirits. I have an important update for you but first, I would like to express my sincerest gratitude for your trust in our care and for being a part of our chiropractic family. Your well-being is always our top priority and I am committed to ensuring that you receive the best possible care.
I have some personal news to share with you. Unfortunately, I have recently experienced a significant back injury and I need to take a brief two-week leave of absence from the office to focus on my recovery. I know, I know, it's a bit ironic for a chiropractor to have a back injury. But even we chiropractors need to take our own advice! And, just like you, it's important for me to take the time to heal well... even if it's challenging and frustrating for me to do so. I have struggled with the feeling of letting my patients down, but know I must take this time to recover in order to come back stronger and ready to serve you with greater focus and dedication.
Although it is not ideal, I want to assure you that your chiropractic care will not be disrupted. Dr. Dustin and Dr. Tyler are skilled and experienced chiropractors, and will be covering for me during my absence. I have complete confidence in their abilities and I know they will provide you with the same high-quality care that you have come to expect from our practice.
I am deeply grateful for your understanding and support during this time. I am looking forward to returning to the office on Feb 28th, ready to serve you once again.
I hope you will continue with your treatment plan as prescribed, even in my short absence. If you have an appointment scheduled between now and Feb 24th, your appointments will seamlessly be transferred to one of my covering doctors. If you would prefer to reschedule, please let the office know.
Wishing you all the best,
Body in Balance Chiropractic