Heard on the Street: Rochester chiropractor changes digs

Chiropractor Brent Maday recently made an adjustment to his Rochester practice.

He moved his office to Suite 70 at 1201 S. Broadway in the Crossroads Shopping Center.

Maday Chiropracticopened in its new home in south Rochester on Aug. 29.

The office is now in about 1,100-square-feet of space last occupied by Premier Mortgage.

Mayday moved from 1915 Greenview Drive S.W., where he had been based since he first opened in 2005.


"This spot gives me more visibility with more traffic going by," he says.

In addition to chiropractic services, Maday also offers homeopathic remedies and supplements. Chiropractor Matt Mayo is also based in the office.

Maday's opening in the center's professional building means that the Crossroads Shopping Centeris now completely filled with retail and business tenants.

Blair Meekand Randy Scottof Professional Management Group in Rochester handled the real estate deal.

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