WICHITA — Just as the new driver’s license bureau is opening at Bristol Square in Derby, another new tenant has signed a lease at the shopping center at Madison and Rock Road.
“It’s pretty good visibility,” chiropractor Ross Rawlins says of opening Integrity Chiropractic Center there early next month.
“I came back to Derby because this is actually where I grew up, and it’s just a really great place to raise a family.”
Rawlins and his wife are expecting their first child.
After graduating in 2011, Rawlins says he wasn’t sure where he wanted to practice. He wound up in Texas.
“Working in Texas made me kind of realize I wanted to go back to Kansas,” Rawlins says.
“I like a simple community,” he says. “I like to be able to go to the grocery store and know somebody there.”
Rawlins is calling his clinic Integrity Chiropractic Center in part after the integrity of the spine but also because of the kind of business he wants to run.
“I know a lot of people in town, and I wanted to kind of help serve them.”
Rawlins says he specializes in curve correction that provides pain relief. He also wants to help with sports injuries and prevention.
“I really like sports.”
Rawlings also wants to do ergonomic training.
“We’ll do different techniques to help that.”
There is one issue Rawlins has found since moving back to his hometown, though.
“The problem now is I can’t get out of the grocery store.”