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Hartselle Enquirer

HealthSource Chiropractic expands reach to Hartselle 

By Staff Reports  

HealthSource Chiropractic, a nationally recognized chiropractic franchise boasting more than 400 locations across the US, is set to establish its presence in the area. Dr. William Jumper, a practicing chiropractor with offices in Florence and Muscle Shoals, along with his business partner Dr. Tracy Bagwell will open their office on Sparkman Street next month.  

“We considered Priceville, but the Hartselle community won us over,” Jumper said. “We really like the sense of community and charm that comes with the town and the thriving chamber of commerce.” The downtown area, Jumper added, particularly caught their attention.  

HealthSource Chiropractic is renowned for its commitment to bringing cutting-edge spinal care practices to underserved rural areas. Jumper emphasized their dedication to offering personalized care tailored to each patient’s unique needs and goals.  

“Our Progressive Rehab system is what truly sets us apart,” he said. “We uniquely and expertly analyze every patient, customizing their care to ensure optimal outcomes.” 

The decision to expand into Hartselle reflects not only the town’s appeal but also its promising growth trajectory. Dr. Jumper highlighted the excellence of the local school systems and the overall growth of the town as additional factors contributing to their excitement about the venture. Jumper also praised the city’s focus on small businesses, citing it as a driving factor behind their decision to set up shop in Hartselle. 

With their upcoming establishment in Hartselle, HealthSource Chiropractic aims to bring industry-leading spinal care to the doorstep of the community. Dr. Jumper and Tracy are eager to begin serving the residents of Hartselle and contributing to the area’s health and wellness. 

The new chiropractic facility is scheduled to open March 1 and will be located at 601 Sparkman St SW, Hartselle.  

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