New chi­ro­prac­tic of­fice open in Span­ish Fork

Serve Daily - - FOSTERING INNOVATION - By Kathy An­der­son

The first ques­tions Dr. Mike VanDyke re­ceives about his new busi­ness in Span­ish Fork are never about the busi­ness but about the com­mu­nity: how he likes the com­mu­nity and if he lives in the area. “I love that Span­ish Fork has a real sense of com­mu­nity,” Dr. VanDyke said. Born and raised in Orem, he is ex­cited to set down roots and raise his fam­ily in Span­ish Fork.

The new busi­ness has al­ready been in­volved with the lo­cal cham­ber of com­merce and do­nated to the Trea­sures of the Trail party. “Any­thing we can do as a busi­ness to get in­volved in this com­mu­nity, we want to be part of it,” he said. “We want the com­mu­nity to know they have a part­ner in their health care and we are in­vested in their well-be­ing and our com­mu­nity.”

Dr. VanDyke is mar­ried with two beau­ti­ful kids: Em­mer­son, who is 19 months old, and Olivia, who is 9 years old. He is a fam­ily man who loves to play bas­ket­ball, soc­cer and vol­ley­ball with his daugh­ter in his spare time. How­ever, he hinted that he may need to take up base­ball now that he is in Span­ish Fork.

Dr. VanDyke has been a prac­tic­ing chi­ro­prac­tor for al­most a decade. He grad­u­ated in 2006 from Palmer Col­lege in San Jose, Calif., and owned his own prac­tice in Sandy dur­ing the past five years. The new chi­ro­prac­tic busi­ness, Span­ish Fork Chi­ro­prac­tic, is a satel­lite lo­ca­tion of Baker Chi­ro­prac­tic in Provo. Many of the staff mem­bers, in­clud­ing owner Dr. Steve Baker and mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor Car­rie Her­nan­dez, live in Span­ish Fork and now have the abil­ity to of­fer ser­vices at both lo­ca­tions. Dr. VanDyke has worked with Dr. Baker part-time over the past two and a half years. He chose to come to Span­ish Fork full-time be­cause they al­ready had many clients mak­ing the trip from Span­ish Fork to Provo to use their in­cred­i­ble ser­vices.

“We are su­per ex­cited to be in Span­ish Fork and give you the care you need,” Dr. VanDyke said. “We are here to make you feel awe­some!” Typ­i­cally peo­ple who come to them don’t feel great be­cause they have been in an auto ac­ci­dent. They have two prom­ises that set their prac­tice apart from ev­ery­one else.

First is the never pay prom­ise, mean­ing that if you have been in an auto ac­ci­dent, whether it is your fault or not, you will never get a bill from their of­fice. Sec­ond, they guar­an­tee their work, mean­ing that they will con­tinue to work with you, on their dime, un­til you feel great. Plus, if you start to feel pain months later, they will ad­just you for free to en­sure that you con­tinue to feel great. At Span­ish Fork Chi­ro­prac­tic, you have a part­ner in your health care and a highly qual­i­fied staff that is in­vested in your well-be­ing.

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