'It has been a privilege'

| 15 Feb 2012 | 11:21

To my valued patients and the community of Warwick: It is with great sadness that I have asked Bob Quinn, the editor of The Warwick Advertiser, to publish this letter. While I am healing well from my recent injuries, I have been forced to make the difficult decision to close my chiropractic practice. I am no longer able to effectively treat through the healing art of Chiropractic. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the community of Warwick and most especially my patients. It has been a wonderful 25-plus years. It has been a privilege and honor to help others live a stronger, healthier, more energetic life. You all have given back to me in ways that I can hardly express; I have been touched by your love and gratitude and thank you, personally, for your confidence and trust. I would also like to thank you on behalf of my office staff. Sharon Knol, my office manager of almost 20 years, will miss the day-to-day connection she has experienced with each and every patient. Karen Levin, our administrative assistant, would like to express appreciation, too, for all that you have meant to her over the past 10 years. Please know that we all wish you the very best and encourage you to make your health a top priority. While I will no longer be actively in practice, the office will be taking calls and someone will be available to provide patients with copies of their personal treatment records upon request. Please call the office and leave a message requesting records 845-986-9266. Office staff will respond to a request for records and provide a date and time they will be available for pick up. It should be noted that the office will no longer be readily available to patients after Feb. 29,. Again, my profound appreciation and heartfelt thanks. Dr. “Maggi” Margaret E. Verhagen Warwick