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Chiropractor relocates office


Exodus Chiropractic has relocated its offices to a strip mall in front of Parkview West off Kingston Pike.

“We’ve been in Farragut just over six years … so we are now moving,” said Josh Eason, with Exodus Chiropractic.

“We’ve actually created and built an entire strip mall and we’re going to use a portion of it for our new office. It’s doubling the capacity of our office,” he added.


The remaining tenant spaces in the building are currently up for lease, although another possible tenant may be a medical-related business.

Exodus Chiropractic is moving in order to allow for growth.

“We see hundreds of patients a week. We wanted to expand to be able to serve our patients better,” Eason said.

“We just have to make room for the growth, basically,” he added.

Dr. Pete Sulack named the practice after the Biblical book of Exodus.

“There are two themes in Exodus that talk about deliverance and redemption, and we just believe that in the type of practice we practice, we are educating people on how true health comes from within,” Sulack said.

“Most health care, regardless of what profession it’s in right now, treats the body from the outside in. We really believe in going after the cause and allowing the body to begin to work the way God’s created it to work,” he added.

Sulack’s methods have attracted patients from across the country.

“We have professional athletes fly in [and] severe health crisis patients from across the country flown in and drive from hours away, and this will better help us serve those people,” Sulack said, adding that the practice has some of the most advanced technology in the world.

“It’s very intentional and specific chiropractic care,” Sulack said.

Exodus Chiropractic offers chiropractic care and even sells some nutritional supplements.

“Our main focus is chiropractic care. Also, twice a month, we have free chair massages that we give to our patients,” Eason said.

The 1-2 minute chair massages are offered “to bless our patients,” Eason said.

The hours at the new location will not be changing. Exodus is open from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Saturday.

For more information, call Exodus Chiropractic at

865-675-2050.

 

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