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Rock City Wellness to Host Next Business After Hours on July 13

Rock City Wellness will host the next St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Thursday, July 13, at Yacht Haven Grande next to Family Practice.

“Rock City Wellness is the vision made reality of Dr. Tygue Arvidson and Dr. Tylur Arvidson, who are graduates from Life University in Atlanta, Ga., with degrees as doctors of chiropractic.

The Rock City Wellness Team is one of the few clinics focusing on Structural Correction and Structural Rehabilitation. Maternity and pediatric chiropractic as well as advanced training in extremity condition management are additional areas of expertise that the brothers bring to the table.

Our services are not for everyone. However, if you are tired of frequently patching the problem and are looking for a long-term solution that you can both feel and see for yourself, then Rock City Wellness may be the right place for you. Once the foundation has been fixed, we’ll teach you how to keep it that way.

Additionally, the doctors have recently built an iron-clad team to bring individuals to the next level of fitness. Utilizing their expertise in the body and injury prevention, alongside highly skilled coaches, Rock Life CrossFit has been launched with the goals of scaling workout programs to meet anyone from professional level athletes to grandpa, and assisting people in achieving goals of functional dominance or functional competence. www.rocklifecrossfit.com  or www.rockcitywellness.com

There will be complimentary hors d’oeuvres, door prizes, the Famous Chamber $3 Bar and a 50/50 raffle.

The Chamber encourages members and potential members to attend.

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