James Adelman opened the first two franchises of The Joint in Utah, in Sugar House and Cottonwood Heights. Since moving to Salt Lake City two years ago, he has been an active real estate broker as well as a member of several local organizations, including the Utah Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. He is also a co-founder of the Sugar House Art Walk and a member of the Sugar House Merchants Association Board of Directors.
James is a community-minded businessman who is always involved, always helping the community, and usually behind the spotlight. He is from a family of activists; his mother was an ACLU chapter president and was deeply involved in the civil rights and ERA movements; and, his uncle is the owner/publisher of Echo Magazine in Phoenix. His inspiration, he says, comes from his 17-year-old son Nicholas, a member of the LGBT community who has written guest editorials for QSaltLake as well as Echo Magazine, and who volunteers for local LGBT youth associations working with at-risk youth.
The Joint is a different kind of chiropractic clinic, providing everyone access to health and wellness through a membership program. They focus on affordability and convenience, with both locations being open 7 days a week, and no appointments required.
If you’re looking for affordable, quality chiropractic care, look no further than The Joint, and support a business that’s got your back in more ways than one.