Thanks for that info, I will definately check it out.
The current situation for luring a chiropractor to Udon is that, it is now license renewal time for most chiro's in Thailand. I've spoken to my doctor in BKK and he "has the word out for us". He is also following this thread as well, so keep the positive comments coming. My chiro is unable to set up in Udon because of contractual arrangements and personal situation but seems confident that he may entice another, to come up here, and at least check the place out.
Personally, I haven't given up hope just yet!!!
nkstan wrote:I would think that a chiro doing a 1-2 day service weekly, in Udon,would do ok
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