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The first questions Dr. Mike VanDyke receives about his new business in Spanish Fork are never about the business but about the community: how he likes the community and if he lives in the area. “I love that Spanish Fork has a real sense of community,” Dr. VanDyke said. Born and raised in Orem, he is excited to set down roots and raise his family in Spanish Fork.

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The new business has already been involved with the local chamber of commerce and donated to the Treasures of the Trail party. “Anything we can do as a business to get involved in this community, we want to be part of it,” he said. “We want the community to know they have a partner in their health care and we are invested in their well-being and our community.”

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Dr. VanDyke is married with two beautiful kids: Emmerson, who is 19 months old, and Olivia, who is 9 years old. He is a family man who loves to play basketball, soccer and volleyball with his daughter in his spare time. However, he hinted that he may need to take up baseball now that he is in Spanish Fork.

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Dr. VanDyke has been a practicing chiropractor for almost a decade. He graduated in 2006 from Palmer College in San Jose, Calif., and owned his own practice in Sandy during the past five years. The new chiropractic business, Spanish Fork Chiropractic, is a satellite location of Baker Chiropractic in Provo. Many of the staff members, including owner Dr. Steve Baker and marketing director Carrie Hernandez, live in Spanish Fork and now have the ability to offer services at both locations. Dr. VanDyke has worked with Dr. Baker part-time over the past two and a half years. He chose to come to Spanish Fork full-time because they already had many clients making the trip from Spanish Fork to Provo to use their incredible services. 

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“We are super excited to be in Spanish Fork and give you the care you need,” Dr. VanDyke said. “We are here to make you feel awesome!” Typically people who come to them don’t feel great because they have been in an auto accident. They have two promises that set their practice apart from everyone else.

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First is the never pay promise, meaning that if you have been in an auto accident, whether it is your fault or not, you will never get a bill from their office. Second, they guarantee their work, meaning that they will continue to work with you, on their dime, until you feel great. Plus, if you start to feel pain months later, they will adjust you for free to ensure that you continue to feel great. At Spanish Fork Chiropractic, you have a partner in your health care and a highly qualified staff that is invested in your well-being.

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