JH Backcountry Health celebrates one year

JACKSON, WY— JH Backcountry Health is a family business. So to them, a one-year birthday is a big deal.

Owned by chiropractic power couple Dr. Laura Peterson and Dr. Tyler Wright, JH Backcountry Health opened its doors a year ago this month. They offer chiropractic treatments, diet and lifestyle coaching, and are always eager to explain anatomy and help you feel your best.

To celebrate its one year anniversary, JH Backcountry Health is hosting an open house Tuesday, January 15 from 5-7 p.m. and is serving up food, fun, and a free raffle! They’re also offering half-off visits for existing patients Wednesday, January 16, and half-off visits for new patients January 17-18.

“This has been the most exciting, most stressful, and most rewarding year of our lives,” Peterson said. “Starting a business in a small and expensive town may be a crazy endeavor. Still, here we are one year in—and at least 25 to go. We so appreciate this community, and want to thank you for being there for us. We’d love for you to stop by and celebrate with us.”

Whether you’ve been before, or are curious and want to meet the doctors, all are invited to celebrate JH Backcountry Health’s one year anniversary. Stop by January 15 from 5-7, and take advantage of half-off appointments by signing up online.

Note: If you’ve never been before, JH Backcountry Health can be a little tricky to find! The address is 40 E Karns Avenue, Unit D, but the parking and entrance is accessed via the alley that runs between Karns and Snow King Ave. You’ll see the sign! There are only two parking spots, so it might help to park on Cache and walk down the alley. There will be yellow balloons to help guide you!

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JH Backcountry Health

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