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The Company has relocated its Ozark, Missouri clinic into a 2,700 square foot state-of-the-art facility, from its previous 900 square foot facility. This new, larger facility allows IMAC to offer additional treatment options to more patients, with services overseen by a medical professional with a staff of licensed physical therapists. The new location is 1758 S. 20 Street.

“Our modern Ozark clinic is already on a successful trajectory just weeks after opening,” said Jeff Ervin, chief executive officer of IMAC. “In addition, we expect to see measurable increases in procedure volume at this clinic, reflecting patient demand for our non-surgical approach to treatment without the use of opioids. Ozark represents a strong and growing market, and we believe this new Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center is well positioned to meet the orthopedic needs in this underserved market.”

IMAC has also begun work on a new facility in Central Springfield, Missouri, which will replace its existing 5,000 square foot facility in South Springfield. Upon completion in early autumn, this new facility will contain 7,500 square feet, will be staffed by 15 to 20 employees and will serve as the new Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center anchor clinic in the Springfield area. As the anchor clinic, this facility will also provide regenerative medicine treatments to complement the work at the three area satellite clinics.

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Globe Newswire: 14:27 GMT Wednesday 12th June 2019

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