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From the Past to the Present–Palmer Women Continue to Inspire

From the Past to the Present–Palmer Women Continue to Inspire

Winter 2016

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Drs. Menneto and Moore share practice and passion for care

What would make two chiropractors and a dentist go into business together?

Drs. Danielle Menneto (left) and Angela Moore
Dr. Menneto and Dr. Moore stand together outisde

Angela Moore, D.C., and Danielle Menneto, D.C., both Florida ’08, met and became friends while at Palmer. As business partners they now share office staff, a waiting room, marketing and website activities—and frequently, patients—with Steve Taborda, D.M.D. “Most importantly we share a passion for caring,” says Dr. Moore. “We want to create a health-care team for our patients.

A modern, attractive office suite (pictured left), where the chiropractors use one side comprised of several treatment rooms, is balanced by a state-of-the-art dental suite, used by Dr. Taborda, on the other side. Cross-referrals are common.

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“We want to be sure our patients heal physically, mentally and emotionally,” says Dr Menneto. “Dr. Taborda’s treatment philosophy is closely aligned with ours. We place our emphasis on the patient-care experience. Patients have apprehensions about both chiropractic and dental care, so patient comfort and convenience are priorities. This environment allows us to remove some of the traditional barriers to health care and treat the whole person.”

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