Keisha Wurth from Glebe Road Chiropractic gets some extra help in the treatment room.
Keisha Wurth from Glebe Road Chiropractic gets some extra help in the treatment room. Claudia Baxter

Toys can ease your aches and pains

IF A pat on the back is all it takes to get you to help the needy, then Robert Clark's proposition might be of interest. The Ipswich chiropractor is offering a free treatment to anyone who donates a toy to a needy child for Christmas.

As part of the Glebe Road Chiropractic Toys for Treatment appeal next month, Dr Clark hopets to send hundreds of toys to struggling families.

From December 5 to 10, Ipswich people are invited to donate a new, or good quality used toy, in exchange for a standard treatment.

Toys collected will be donated to the Ipswich Salvation Army to help spread Christmas cheer to children in need.



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