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NH NeuroSpine Institute to be Featured on “First Class Business”

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Oh, my aching back! If you’re one of the more than 65 million Americans who suffer from back pain, you will want to be listening to WTPL’s “First Class Business” segment on Thursday, July 2nd at 4 p.m. when New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute (NHNSI) Executive Director Anne Talbot-Kleeman is interviewed.

“With back pain being one of the most common reasons for disability and incapacity for work in the western world, this topic is certainly timely,” said New Hampshire Today Host Jack Heath who, along with New Hampshire Department of Resources & Economic Development Commissioner George Bald, hosts the “First Class Business” segment. “We’ll be addressing prevention, treatment and all of the helpful ways that you can direct your back health so that you can save thousands of dollars in medical bills.”

nhnsiCommissioner Bald said that New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute perfectly fits the “First Class Business” category – with an eye toward innovation and continuous improvement, NHNSI is setting the standard in their industry.

“Not only is NHNSI unique in that it offers many types of spine specialists and treatments under one roof, it is also at the forefront of research and education,” Bald said. “They stay abreast of cutting edge technology and offer state-of-the-art medical and surgical care in the community, allowing their patients to avoid traveling outside of the area to receive the best possible care.”

“First Class Business” appears on a monthly basis as part of the “New Hampshire Today” program that runs from 3-5 p.m. Monday through Friday on “The Pulse.” “New Hampshire Today” host Jack Heath and New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner George Bald share good news about innovative new products created by New Hampshire companies, community service projects undertaken by local businesses and firms that are thriving despite a tough economic climate.

To listen live, tune in to WTPL 107.7 on Thursday, July 2nd at 4 p.m. or visit WTPL online at www.wtplfm.com.