Acclaimed actor and King of Caribbean Comedy, Oliver Samuels, will be one of the many celebrities who will be present at the Grand Opening Celebration of the new Douglas Chiropractic & Orthotic Lab in Coral Springs. Along with Samuels will be a number of elected officials, radio personalities and top Caribbean athletes who will meet well-wishes and the general public as they participate in the festivities scheduled for Saturday, April 24th from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
The new Douglas Chiropractic Coral Springs office, located at 7901 W. Sample Road, features an orthotic Lab, specifically designed to help people injured in accidents or people with pain in their lower back, hips, knees, and feet as well as athletes who need special treatment.
The Grand Opening festivities will feature a live broadcast on WAVS 1170 am radio featuring Ron Burke and DJ Infantry plus giveaways, the Douglas Grand Slam Domino game, music and food as well as celebrities signing autographs.
The Coral Springs practice combines the knowledge of Board Certified Pedorthoist Len Kerns along with world class chiropractic physician Dr. Douglas, offering patients suffering from foot, ankle, gait and posture disorders first-class analysis and treatment to their ailment. Patients visiting the Coral Springs office will be inspired by the variety of Jamaican Olympic Team memorabilia decorating the walls, including a signature of world record holder Usain Bolt, all testaments to Dr. Douglas’s work with the Jamaican Olympic track team for the past seventeenyears.
Oliver Samuels is sure to bring lots of laughter and put smiles on the faces of the many patrons who will turn out in their hundreds to celebrate with Dr. Douglas. His appeal and special brand of humor has proved to be a successful combination, and he will play a major role in ensuring that everyone who attends has an enjoyable afternoon.
Dr. Michael Douglas has been serving the South Florida Caribbean Community since 1985 with two practices in Lauderhill and Miramar. He has served as team Doctor of the Jamaican Olympic Team for over 17 years and has traveled with the team to three Olympic Games.