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Best Kept Secret in Phoenix?

Jon and I were talking this morning and we agreed that there is only one thing that we miss about our old life in Phoenix (other than our friends, of course). That one thing is Noel.

Noel is the guy who fixed us when we were broken using myopractics and neuro-muscular therapy. And not only is he really good at that but he's a super nice guy, too.

How nice, you ask? Well, the day we moved out of our house, I hurt my back. I didn't realize it until the next morning but by the end of our going away party, I could barely stand up straight. Noel agreed to see me at 8am on SUNDAY morning before we left town. That's nice! He fixed my back and I was able to make the long two-day drive to Colorado pain-free.

Noel is not someone we wanted to keep to ourselves; if you have ANY problems with your back or your joints or your muscles or anything, definitely give him a call! If you do, please tell him hi from us and that we miss him!

Photo courtesy of perpetualplum


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