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Construction Begins on Executive Express Chiropractic at the SF Embarcadero Center
Date:7/15/2008

Financial District Office Workers, Celebrities, Sports Personalities, and Corporate CEO's, are all eagerly awaiting the opening of a new San Francisco Landmark

San Francisco (PRWEB) July 15, 2008 -- Dr. Eben Davis, one of the most successful chiropractors in the United States has chosen Peacock Construction to bring his vision into reality. Peacock Construction has been in the tenant improvement business in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years.

Peacock has done several high-end tenant spaces at the Embarcadero Center, and the Executive Express Chiropractic build-out will no doubt become a gem in an already impressive portfolio.

Dr. Eben Davis has 17 years of experience treating chronic conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, low back and neck pain, and disc herniations without surgery. Dr. Davis has spent his entire career in serving the San Francisco Financial District.

Executive Express Chiropractic will feature some of the most advanced chiropractic and medical technologies available in the market place, such as Non-surgical Spinal Decompression with the DRX9000, and motion assisted spinal adjusting equipment. Each office visit provides the patients with area specific stretches and massage to help ease the pain in the shortest amount of time.

Executive Express Chiropractic will also boast a no-waiting policy and walk-in appointments. Dr. Eben Davis wants patients to be able to walk in any time and know they can be in and out in a jiffy. “We will guarantee our patients that they can be in and out in 30 minutes or less ... and come in without an appointment or the visit is free,” says Dr. Davis

For updates on the progress of Executive Express Chiropractic at the Embarcadero Center, you can sign-up for updates on Dr. Davis’ award winning blog at www.sfbackpaindoctor.com.

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