Highlands Chiropractic and Wellness Centre makes a move
By Sue Tiffin
Published Jan. 25, 2018
After eight years, on March 2, Dr. Aerin Greidanus is closing the doors to the Highlands Chiropractic and Wellness Centre on Bobcaygeon Road.
But clients of the services on offer at the popular centre will be greeted at its new location on Booth Street the next week when it reopens on March 6 after a weekend move.
Greidanus has been looking for the right space for the business she has owned since 2010, and was thrilled when some became available in the Limberlost building next to Carquest at 6 Booth St. on Highway 35 last year. Highlands Chiropractic and Wellness Centre has been located in the upper level above Point in Time and Clothes Encounters of the Thrift Kind on the same floor as Of Sound Body at 114 Bobcaygeon Rd., but Greidanus said access to the centre was sometimes an issue for clients – some who might be in pain – seeking chiropractic services with herself, massage therapy with Tina Newman and Debbie Sherwin and counselling with Rebecca Brownell.
“You could make it work, and it was great, and our landlords [Paul and Janet Heffer] have been very easy to work with and great to deal with, but I’ve been keeping my eye open for main floor space forever and this is finally the first one that checked all the boxes in terms of enough parking, and the right size of space, it has air conditioning, and all the things you need to make the clinic run smoothly,” she said.
Renovations in the Limberlost space have been underway since December, and Greidanus said it will have a similar sort of set-up to the current clinic, which she said was very functional, but will also include a lunch room for staff.
“All the rooms are coming together, and it’s going to be a good space for us, we’re really happy with how it’s turning out,” she said. “We can’t wait.”
Highlands Chiropractic and Wellness Centre will be located at 6 Booth St. as of March 6. Its phone number – 705-286-6902 – will remain the same.