Open for Business: The Chiropractic Village


The Chiropractic Village
A husband and wife with medical office experience have chosen to open their own clinic with the April 12 launch of The Village Chiropractic LLC. The first property company for Dr. Tyler and Brenna Alsup open at 4216 S. Cox Road, Ste. 132, at Magers Crossing. Brenna Alsup said her husband most recently worked for SWMO’s Ozzie Smith Center healthcare clinic. Alsup said she was previously the manager of a chiropractic office in Fort Worth, Texas, while her husband attended Parker University Dallas Chiropractic School from 2016 to 2019. The Chiropractic Village offers care for all ages, including the treatment of spine-related injuries such as back pain, sciatica and scoliosis. The clinic also treats other injuries including carpal tunnel and whiplash. The 2,800-square-foot clinic employs three people, she said, declining to disclose start-up costs or the five-year lease rate with Magers Management Co.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday
Call: 417-605-2122
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The newest South Side Dunkin’ restaurant opened May 23 at 2534 S. Campbell Ave. The Old Town mall restaurant is the second in Springfield since At Girish Patel franchise company, Bapa Network LLC. Patel said the new store was built to take pressure off Bapa Network’s first Dunkin’ restaurant at 4020 S. Campbell Ave., where traffic often spills onto the side road near the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater. BP Builders LLC served as the general contractor for the project designed by Wichita, Kansas-based Clarkitecture LLC. Officials declined to disclose start-up costs for the 900-square-foot restaurant, which has no indoor dining area but includes two drive-thru lanes that merge to the same pickup point. Emma Corson, Dunkin’s public relations manager, said the shop employed 15 people led by manager Gina Bowland. Bapa Network is also behind a combined Baskin-Robbins and Dunkin concept currently under construction at 1614 S. Glenstone Ave.
Hours: 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday and 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Call: 417-942-2383
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Filipino purple panda food
A married couple who met while working in the restaurant industry have owned their own food truck for the first time after opening Purple Panda Filipino Food on March 19. The mobile restaurant belonging to Paul and Fatima Sylvester originally started at Seven Arrows Taproom in Hollister before moving on April 11 to a food truck park at 2166 State Highway 248 in Branson. Fatima Sylvester said start-up costs were $60,000, adding that the couple did not have a lease but paid landlord Chris Carson $500 a month plus electricity costs. Purple Panda sells Filipino cuisine like chicken and pork breast adobo, fried tilapia, and lechon, which is roast suckling pig. Prices range from $6 to $15. Originally from the Philippines, Sylvester said she and Paul met in 2008 while working in the kitchen at the Hilton hotel in Branson Landing. She said she recently worked at Cox Medical Center South, first as a cook and then as a pharmacy technician, before leaving to focus full-time on Purple Panda.
Hours: 12 p.m.-8 p.m. Monday and Thursday to Saturday and 12 p.m.-6 p.m. on Sunday
Call: 417-791-1529
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