Dr. Tom Burge (right) and In-Joy Life massage therapist Jen Kroeker (left) present Colleen Kimberly of The Salvation Army with more than $2

Spreading joy

Staff and patients at In-Joy Life Chiropractic and Laser Care in South Surrey helped ensure families in need had a merry Christmas.

Staff and patients at In-Joy Life Chiropractic and Laser Care in South Surrey did their best to ensure families in need had a merry Christmas.

After collecting donations throughout the holiday season, staff at In-Joy donated more than $2,500 – in toys, gift cards and cash – to the Salvation Army. The donations were raised through the business’s annual Pay It Forward Christmas campaign.

“It has always been part of our fabric and philosophy at In-Joy Life Chiropractic and Laser Care that we take on a lead role and responsibility for creating a healthy community; whether it’s by taking care of your personal health, your family’s health or those who are less fortunate,” said In-Joy’s Dr. Tom Burge.


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