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January 2009 Newsletter

Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic

Kurylo Participates in TN Valley Healing Day

Natalie Kurylo, DC

Sherman College alumna Natalie Kurylo, D.C., ’05, offered chiropractic services to the members and friends of Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church as part of a community healing day organized by Gypsy Hands. The church’s sanctuary was the site of an attack by a gunman on July 27, 2008. The gunman killed two people and wounded, physically and/or emotionally, hundreds more.

The Community Healing Day was held at Gypsy Hands where Kurylo practices. She offered an afternoon of free chiropractic services while other healing professionals offered their services including deep-tissue bodywork and Reiki. Kurylo was one of two chiropractors who donated their services to the church members.

Kurylo is pictured with a church member.


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