When I set up my sandwich board on Tuesdays and Thursday mornings here, I feel at once like a strange, graced alien who has been blessed and welcomed as part of the neighborhood.
Kate Henderson, L.Ac invited me to work out of her Acupuncture and Massage clinic here. She told me that there was no one in the area who was delivering old-fashioned, hands-on chiropractic. She told me there was a great need for someone who spends time and gets to know people. And for that reason, I am so grateful to be working here at 181 Lexington Avenue.
Bed Stuy Chiropractic is just off Bedford Avenue on the Northwest side of Lexington Avenue, two blocks from the G in the Bed Stuy section of Brooklyn.
I have met so many beautiful people here. I am so grateful I can add to the grace and wonder of this place by helping people who have been crouched over desks and instruments, paints and portraits, keys and kiosks for far too long at one time!
It’s a quiet, sweet space here at Bed Stuy Chiropractic, where you can come, lay down, and have me work the kinks out of your spine so you can breathe a little easier and find your voice. It’s what I have, my hands. I am blessed to share them with you.
People from Brooklyn grow up with a certain common sense. If it doesn’t ring true, it’s not true.— Judy Sheindlin