Chiropractor Looking For Temporary Office, After Fire Destroys Practice


FRAMINGHAM – For more than 8 years, Dr. Christopher Hauck has been helping individuals been feel better as a certified chiropractor.

Early Saturday morning, his small business Chiropractic Solutions was destroyed by a 3-alarm fire, along with 10 other businesses in the Old Path Village plaza on Route 126, including J&M Diner and Styles & Smiles. The plaza will need to be demolished.

Hauck is now trying to rebuild his business to help his numerous clients. His brother has set up a GoFundMe with the goal of raising $5,000.

“Right now, we’re just trying to figure out a temporary solution so we can get up and running again as fast as possible,” said Hauck’s wife Gina. “We just welcomed our second child less than two months ago, so it’s a stressful time right now.”

The couple live in Framingham.

Hauck is working to find a temporary office to continue to be able to serve their patients while they find a permanent solution, wrote his brother on the GoFundMe page.

“Almost all of their equipment has been damaged beyond repair by the fire. Please Dr. Hauck get back on his feet by donating,” wrote Matthew Hauck.

More than $1,200 has already been raised. Click here to help.

“Our patients have been amazing and so supportive in this crazy time, so we are just looking forward to get back out there so we can start taking care of them as soon as possible,” said Gina to Framingham Source Saturday.


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