Thanks to doctor for 30 years of service

It is not often that a person gets to say good-bye and thank you to a wonderful doctor of chiropractic care such as Dr. Penny Carpenter, but it is our pleasure to do so now. Her 30 years of serving patients has not gone unnoticed in the Everett area. Not only did she inform her patients of her retirement and the sale of her practice, but she graciously introduced her patients to the new owner/doctor and stood by to make the transition a smooth and painless one.

Dr. Brandon DeCamp is as knowledgeable and caring as Dr. Carpenter is, and it was indeed a pleasure to be adjusted by him. We highly recommend if you don’t have a current chiropractor that you try Dr. DeCamp, and we look forward to another 30 years of great service.

Thos and Susie Peterson

Everett

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