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New practice to provide custom orthotics

SueB Earl announces the opening of her business, Foot Work, providing custom orthotics.

Proper foot alignment has a host of positive effects, including relief from pain in the low back, limb joints and feet. Orthotics also can enhance function and performance. Foot Work will perform a comprehensive evaluation of the foot and lower body.

Earl brings her clients 18 years of physical-therapy experience with a specialization in spine patients; more than 11 years of assessing and prescribing custom foot orthotics; and postgraduate coursework related to gait training, treatment of the spine and foot and creating orthotics.

Foot Work will be seeing clients at Integrated Physical Therapy at the Three Springs clinic. For more information, call 903-6067.

Dr. Alison Jackson to open practice July 9

Dr. Alison Jackson, a board-certified family physician practicing in Durango for more than 16 years, announces she will open her own office, Balanced Health PC, at 3577 Main Ave.

The practice will open for new patients and welcome back established clients July 9. Jackson will provide adult and pediatric comprehensive physical exams, prevention and management of chronic medical illnesses and acute-care needs.

She blends her diagnostic skill with listening skills and compassion, allowing clients to receive the individualized care plan they seek.

An open house reception will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. June 28. Office hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. four days a week.

For more information, call 247-8008.

Herald Staff