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Dr. Stine returns to Windsor to open chiropractic practice

Allison Dyer Bluemel
abluemel@mywindsornow.com

Dr. Martin Stine will reopen his chiropractic practice in Windsor after a five year hiatus at 1226 W Ash St. Stine practiced in Windsor from 1998 to 2010 before moving back to Iowa.

After a five-year hiatus from Windsor, chiropractor Dr. Martin Stine will return and adjust to a larger customer base June 1 at Stine Chiropractic at 1226 W Ash St., Suite A.

Stine practiced in town from 1998 to 2010 after graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic with his chiropractic doctorate and B.S. in human biology in 1997 in Iowa.

He returned to Iowa for family reasons but felt drawn back to the mountain and the outdoor recreation available in Colorado, he said.

"I love it here," Stine said. "It was only a matter of time until I came back."

“I love it here. It was only a matter of time until I came back.Martin StineOwner, Stine Chiropractic

His new practice – formerly a dentist office – stands coincidentally next to the location he originally filled at Rocky Mountain Chiropractic & Sports Injury Centers.

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The location was out of necessity and not out of competition, he said.

"The commercial space in Windsor is crazy," Stine said. "There aren't a lot of buildings on the market."

After five gallons of primer, brown and gray paint, Stine transformed the new office into his vision, though it won't be complete until he can build up his customers again and add adjacent services such as acupuncture.

"I want to help people and cater to what their needs are," he said.

For now, just Stine and his former employee Michelle Pohm – whom he said was instrumental to building relationships with clients – will run the business.

To build his customer base and connect with the growing Windsor community, he joined the Chamber of Commerce and intends to start working with the Windsor Rotary Club.

"The social aspect is really important," Stine said.

Additionally, as a veteran who served in the Gulf War, Stine hopes to give back to his fellow veterans in the community with specials for treatment at his practice, he said.

"It's a great opportunity for both of us to benefit," he said.

Moving forward, Stine plans to formally open the business June 1 and hold a grand opening in the future after getting settled. His hours with span beyond the normal 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. window in order to offer treatment options to commuters available in the evenings and on Saturdays.

For more information on treatment options and services, he said clients can visit his website, http://www.stinechiropracticandassociates.com.

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