At the front desk, Dee takes text messages and calls to schedule your appointments at Weimer Chiropractic. Dee greets you when you enter. She is the first smile of Weimer Chiropractic and its voice on the phone or the response to answer your request by text. She is very efficient in getting you on Dr. Weimer's schedule when you text or call that you need to get adjusted. She is caring, communicative and very well liked by our patients. Managing the the lobby and patient flow is an important part of your positive chiropractic experience at Weimer Chiropractic.
Trish in the picture below usually works in an office next to Dr. Weimer's office. Her main duties include insurance processing and billing. Trish may also work at the front desk or anywhere in the building .
Our support staff makes a skilled and compassionate chiropractor like Dr. Weimer even more effective. Dr. Weimer is often joined by full time, part time or volunteer staff at the many outreach programs he does on a regular basis like the Modesto Teacher's Health Fair, Earth Day at Graceada Park, Stanislaus County Fair or others events too numerous to list. We welcome your invitation to represent structural and neurological chiropractic at your place of employment or your public service organization.
Bones is assisting Dr. Weimer to prepare children for treatment. After months of researching service dogs, he located this puppy at a very reputable breeder in central Oregon. After watching a short video of the pup, Dr. Weimer drove to the Portland area to see him. After the purchase, the 10 hour drive back to Modesto was a great time for bonding. He named his dog Bones, a name made popular by the doctor in Star Trek . Bones is a registered Australian Labradoodle, A Labradoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a carefully selected Poodle. This mix has proven to be the right size, temperament and allergy free coat for a service dog. He is a hypoallergenic, non shedding dog.
His training is going well on his specific role to be with children to make their treatments more effective. Bones greets patients in the lobby or treatment rooms. Depending on schedules, you may receive a happy greeting from Bones. Please inform Trish if you have a dog allergy or for personal reasons would prefer not to have contact with Bones. We are still deciding his job title but Chief Barketing Officer is presently the most popular job title suggested.
The Weimer Chiropractic office has new adjusting tables, chairs and benches to maximize the comfort of your treatments or for Bones to take a short break. For details and pictures of Bones and our state-of-the-art office, click on the following link for our Accident Recovery Tour.