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June 21, 2011

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Dr. Jim Sisolak Joins Videyko Chiropractic

Dr. Jim Sisolak of Georgetown has joined the team at the office of Dr. Robert Videyko in Newburyport. Sisolak received his bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland before continuing to Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas, Texas, and earning his doctor of chiropractic degree. He then spent three years with a chiropractic spinal rehabilitation facility in the Dallas area before working for several years with a large practice in the Merrimack Valley area.

Sisolak specializes in the Activator technique and neuro-muscular therapy. For more information about chiropractic care or to schedule an appointment with Sisolak, 128 State St., call 978-465-1500 or visit www.videykochiropractic.com.

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