WIN Health Institute adds a new practitioner team
Dr. David Jensen, founder of the WIN Health Institute and Aspen Diagnostics & Decompression, welcomes a new therapist team to the staff. Dr. Michael Bartell and Cindy Bartell, CMT, have joined the practice and will be dividing their time between the Aspen Diagnostics & Decompression office and WIN Health Institute offices in Basalt and Glenwood Springs.
Prior to coming to the Roaring Fork Valley, Mike Bartell, over the past 20 years, has owned and operated multiple clinics in the Chicago suburbs and has developed a clinical setting which offers an integrative approach to health. Dr. Mike’s philosophy is to get to the root of disease and not just chase symptoms.
Cindy Bartell is an experienced massage therapist with seven years’ experience using modalities including therapeutic and relaxation techniques, and has worked with many individuals to improve the quality of their health. Her specialties include neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, Reiki, and much more. As part of her practice, she will be offering Detox Facial Massage Treatments, as well as Thermography imaging sessions.
In addition to regular weekday hours, the addition of Dr. Mike and Cindy enable the WIN to have Saturday hours. Call the WIN Institute at (970) 279-4099 to make an appointment, or for more information. Or, for more information, visit the WIN Health Institute’s website at http://www.WINHealthInstitute.com and http://www.AspenDX.com.
Small business seminars
The Roaring Fork Business Resource Center and Colorado Mountain College will present an informative business seminar series this fall.
Five seminars will be held at Colorado Mountain College campus in Rifle, Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, and Aspen. Each seminar is $40, or participants can sign up for all five at a discounted price of $175.
The seminars are designed to provide small business owners and entrepreneurs with the resources and tools they need to successfully run their organizations. Seminar topics include: How to Start a Business (Thursday, Sept. 12, in Rifle), Understanding and Troubleshooting the Bookkeeping Process (Wednesday, Sept. 25, in Carbondale), Crowdfunding for Small Businesses (Thursday, Sept. 26, in Glenwood Springs), Successful Retail is in the Detail (Thursday, Oct. 3, in Aspen) and Public Relations Techniques and Practices (Thursday, Oct. 10, in Glenwood Springs).
For full seminar descriptions, visit rfbrc.org. Advanced registration is recommended and may be done online or by calling 945-5158.
Vicki Lee Green leaders
Vicki Lee Green Realtors would like to recognize Curt Marsden for being top salesperson for August. Curt has been with Vicki Lee Green for 18 years. LaPriel Armijo was top listing agent for August. She has worked for Vicki Lee Green for 21 years.
Eye Center Of The Rockies adds full optical shop
On the heels of his move to a larger location in the Van Rand Professional building, Dr. Matthew Ehrlich of Eye Center of the Rockies has announced the addition of a full service optical shop within the same location at 1607 Grand Ave. Suite 31 in Glenwood.
This addition to Eye Center of the Rockies makes it the only provider in the region offering full medical eye exams, diagnostics and treatment as well as the resources to fulfill the ensuing optical needs of the patient.
With the advent of more advances in lens technologies, such as progressive bifocal and trifocal lenses, multi-focal contact lenses, as well as the trend toward prescription sports-sunglasses, this will allow for a great synergy between the actual exam and correction process.
For more information on services or to set up an appointment call 970 928-0105 or go to EyeCenterRockies.com.
The Glass Guru of Glenwood Springs now offers Clearview Screen Doors
The Glass Guru of Glenwood Springs is now an authorized dealer for Clearview Screen Doors. For more information, visit http://www.theglassguruofglenwoodsprings.com or call 970-456-6832.
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After the planning and zoning commission unanimously denied ANB Bank’s proposal to construct a new facility in the city’s 900 block, the Glenwood Springs City Council will hear the banks appeal case Thursday at its regularly scheduled meeting.