Comings & Goings: Chiropractic office moves near Route 59
By Daina Saleh email@example.com November 15, 2012 6:54PM
Adjustments and acupuncture are this three-man team's secret: Dr. Bob Langley, Dr. Chris Layton, Dr. Bryan McShea (from left to right). | SUBMITTED
Naperville Family Chiropractic
Where: 2860 Showplace Drive, suite 126, Naperville
Who: Dr. Langley, Dr. Layton and Dr. McShea
Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays; closed Sundays
Where: 1807 S. Washington St., suite 110, Naperville
Who: Bob and Tania DiNicola
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays; closed Sundays
Kensington School of S. Naperville
Where: 4512 Walton Heath Drive, Naperville
Who: Lisa Robb
Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday to Friday
Updated: December 19, 2012 11:51AM
A warm and inviting office space, Naperville Family Chiropractic moved to 2860 Showplace Drive, suite 126, earlier this year from its previous location off Rickert Drive.
“We love this new space. It took a while to have it built, but now it is exactly what we wanted. We have more room,” says Maureen Shea, sales and marketing director. “It’s better exposure and centrally located for our patient base.”
The clinic is conveniently located off Cantore Road, by AMC Showplace theaters off Route 9. Combine a visit with a movie, a restaurant visit, a coffee break or some window shopping.
Dr. Robert Langley, of Naperville, founded the family-friendly clinic that treats children, adults and seniors in 1999.
A growing patient base quickly led to adding Dr. Christopher Layton to the team about 10 years ago. Dr. Bryan McShea is the most recent team member, who earned his license about a year ago, Maureen Shea says.
Five massage and five therapy rooms, a physical therapy space and an X-ray room assist the team.
“We treat a lot of the teachers of the 204 school district. ... And also police officers. The clinic is engrained in the local community,” Shea says.
Most common but not exclusive ailments treated are migraine, neck and back pain, as well as pre- and post-natal discomforts.
At Naperville Family Chiropractic adjustments are often preceded by a half-hour massage.
“We may recommend one-hour massages for the last trimester in pregnancy to help with increasing discomforts,” Shea says.
Interested patients can make an appointment by calling 630-718-1700. To schedule an appointment online visit napervillefamilychiro.net. Most insurance plans are accepted.
Celebrating 25 years
Naperville can rejoice in celebrating this little family shop’s anniversary. Mail Works Naperville, 1807 S. Washington St., suite 110, proudly announces its 25th anniversary.
Mail does work, almost magically and on its own, in this one-stop shop for all postal needs. Bob and Tania DiNicola, owners of the business since 2010, take special care in consulting customers on the best way to ship their items.
The DiNicolas also offer wrapping and packing services, mailboxes for rent, and handle copying, printing, scanning and faxing as needed. Most recently they’ve added ready-to-ship gift boxes filled with a variety of goodies depending on the season.
“We can wrap even the most delicate items. ... Our software links all three major postal services together, UPS, FedEx and USPS — compare pricing and timing,” Bob explains.
“Care and putting time in is what we do.”
He says the fairly residential location has made it possible to maintain that comfort zone, and cater to a large south Naperville community.
“It’s a neighborhood feel where people meet up and chat,” he says.
Bringing in decades of HR experience, Mail Works also offers professional resume services.
Customers can even take advantage of Mail Work’s full Ebay services. From researching the object’s value to listing the item and finally shipping it, Mail Works can handle all of it.
School opens 2nd location
Seeing a growing demand, Kensington School opened a second Naperville location at 4512 Walton Heath Drive.
Off Route 59, between 103rd and 111th streets, this new school will cater mostly to south Naperville, Plainfield and possibly Bolingbrook families.
“It is almost easier for those train commuters to drop off their children at the new location right off Route 59,” explains Lisa Robb, director of Kensington Schools in Naperville.
Kensington School was founded in 1969 by Barbara Marlas. The south Naperville location is only its eighth school, all within Illinois.
Not only is it a family-run business but the founders also designed the architecture to promote their motto of giving every location a warm feeling.
Families can expect a fun and loving environment that does not neglect the learning aspect.
“We closely shape our curriculum to the local school requirements,” Robb says.
Parents are encouraged to visit on open house Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon.
Registrations for fall 2013 will be accepted starting Dec. 10.
The school’s official ribbon cutting was Nov. 15.
Know of a business coming to or leaving Naperville? Contact Daina Saleh at firstname.lastname@example.org.