Chiropractor holds fundraiser at the fair


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Supporting Deborah makes sense to local doc

Lafayette Dr. Michele Takacs and staff will sponsoring their 23rd annual NJ State Fair fundraiser this year.
The event is a way to introduce community residents to Dr. Takacs’ natural drug-free chiropractic health care and spinal rehabilitation methods as well as to support the Deborah Heart & Lung Center in Browns Mills.
Look for their booth at the fair.
All services provided by Takacs Chiropractic Center will be provided at no charge, in exchange for a donation to Deborah Heart & Lung Center.
A donation entitles one to visit the office for a comprehensive consultation, examination and an x-ray, if necessary (this is a value of up to $250). New this year, Dr. Takacs will also offer attendees a chance to receive a discounted Weight Loss Program.
Since 1922, Deborah Heart & Lung Center has provided care to those in need, regardless of their ability to pay. From its beginnings as a tuberculosis sanitorium to its current status as one of the premier heart, lung and vascular centers in the country, Deborah has saved thousands of lives without ever rendering a bill to a patient. It was Deborah’s founder who instilled the hospital’s motto, still spoken today, “There is no price on life.” This mission, which has remained steadfast for more than 80 years, is possible because of the support of millions of charitable individuals, corporations, foundations and volunteers.
“In an age of soaring medical costs, it makes you feel good that there are hospitals located in New Jersey fully dedicated to providing life saving care to those in need,” Takacs said.
Also, Dr. Takacs will have free massage therapy available at the booth for anyone interested in receiving a relaxing chair massage and donations to Deborah Heart & Lung Center will be accepted.
For more information visit www.DrTakacs.com or visit the Takacs Chiropractic Center’s booth at the fair or call 973-383-5052.



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