Kids Month at Bayview Chiropractic

October sees the return of the third annual Kids Month at Bayview Chiropractic.

October sees the return of the third annual Kids Month at Bayview Chiropractic.

Drs. Debbie Wright and Alicia Steele will provide health screening for kids in their office at 544 Fourth St. in Courtenay.

Infants and children up to 13 years will be checked for health indicators such as early signs of scoliosis, proper backpack use and safety, and proper development of their nervous system.

These screenings will be done by donation, with all proceeds going to the Comox Valley Child Development Association. The CVCDA is a non-profit society that serves children in the community who need extra support.

For more information, or to book your screening, call Bayview Chiropractic at 250-334-4844 or visit their website at

— Bayview Chiropractic

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