With many businesses on the Central Coast closed and unneeded workers being forced to work from home, one industry that works overtime is first responders.

Police, firefighters, doctors, nurses and key military personnel have worked for up to three days in a row to provide for the Central Coast community during these troubled times.

The Pierce Chiropractic & Sports Injury team is delivering their services by providing free chiropractic to all first responders on Saturday, April 11th, from 8:00 am to 11:30 am in their Santa Maria office.

“We live in a time when stress is at an all-time high. We know scientifically that chiropractic helps reduce stress levels in the body and adapting chiropractic helps improve immune system function, “said clinic owner Dr. Beau Pierce.” Our current patient demographics consist of many first responders, and we want to do so. We’d like to thank them and their colleagues for working tirelessly to protect our community. “

The office is located at 1415 E. Main Street in Santa Maria. Doctors volunteer their time to offer chiropractic for free. No appointment is required and you don’t have to be a current patient.

Instead of paying, Pierce Chiropractic is asking that if someone so wishes, they can make a donation to the annual Golden Circle of Champions event held by the Elks Rodeo in Santa Maria, which will benefit children suffering from childhood cancer.