Lori Anderson, DOMP, CHC
Vote June 10th & Other Updates
Hi there! First off, I want to give a huge thank you to all of you who have supported me in this transition over the past few months. It has been amazing to have a less stressful pace of life, improved work hours, and more time with my family. I am so grateful everyday. It also provides more time to learn and work on developing my skills. My recently learned cranial fascial bone treatments have had some great results - here is a before and after picture of my daughter after treatment who has a long history of eye issues that in the past few years have made good improvements.
Next up, scheduling. The schedule is filling up quickly and seems to be booking out a few weeks in advance. So, plan ahead and get your appointments booked using the online calendar which is currently able to be booked out 40 days from today's date. If you are unable to find a time that you prefer, I recommend that you book what you can find and then write a note in the comments section while scheduling or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org letting me know that you would like to be put on the wait list. That way, if a cancellation comes up, I will know who to call and do my best to get you in as soon as possible. Also, you will always get a reminder email the day prior to your appointment. Clinic appointments can be found Monday-Friday at 8/8:15am and then again starting at 2:30pm to 5pm. A head's up that the clinic will be closed on June 17-18th and again on July 12th-16th for camping trips - yay for finally going back on a vacation!
Then, masks. I will be continuing wear a mask at the clinic as health care providers in the community are still wearing them while working, so that means I will be too for now. Also, waiting for my kids to be fully vaccinated and Bayfield County to report that virus transmission is low until I would be comfortable without my mask being that I am in such close proximity while treating. I am encouraging clients to wear masks, but it would be your choice if fully vaccinated.
Lastly, my second business in the works and other passion, Scarlet Fire Glassworks, is a finalist in the Chequamegon Bay area Spark small business competition! The competition will be broadcast live on Thursday, June 10th at 6pm on the CheqYes Facebook page. All of the finalists will be pitching their business ideas (my glassblowing studio included) with the audience able to vote for their favorite at the end using a survey link that will be posted in the comments of the Facebook Live feed (you will have only 10 minutes to vote once the survey link is posted). So put it in your phone calendar right now, hop on the CheqYes Facebook page at 6pm on Thursday, and I really hope all of you are able to check it out and vote! Thanks in advance!!
I can't wait to see you soon in the clinic and hope your summer gets off to a great start!
Peace, Love, & Vegetables,