Princeton Times


December 17, 2012

Longtime chiropractic provider changes name, but not service

PRINCETON — For 47 years, Willis Chiropractic provided quality service to residents of Princeton and surrounding areas from a North Walker Street address. While the name has changed to Alliant Wellness and Chiropractic and the location to 902 Stafford Drive, the dedication to provide quality service remains the same.

Dr. Randy Maxwell, owner and chiropractor, said Monday, “I’ve been in business seven years with Willis Chiropractic, and recently, I bought out Dr. Willis and changed the name.”

The new location, he said, has more room and is more convenient for patients.

“We felt we could serve our patients better at a new location, he said.

The first part of the new business name, he added, involves giving patients advice on nutrition and exercise.

“We have connections with personal trainers that we can put our patients in touch with if they are interested in weight training and weight loss, in addition to chiropractic services,” Maxwell said.

He added, “We took over for Willis Chiropractic, and we’re committed to continuing with the tradition, quality and service provided for the last 47 years.”

The business has four employees and is open 8 a.m.—5:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Tuesday and Friday.

The phone number is 304-487-8985.

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