Wen Health and Wellness moving near 13th and Zoo Boulevard
04/24/2014 5:00 AM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — Chih-Chen Wen must move his Wen Health and Wellness because his landlord has sold the building where his business is located, but he doesn't mind.
"We're going to have a better location ... for patients," he says.
The clinic offers acupuncture and massage therapy and likely will add yoga and wraps at the new space.
Currently, the clinic is near 13th and Maize Road. By the end of the month, it will be in its new 1,400-square-foot space at 4415 W. Zoo Blvd. That's just south of 13th and Zoo, which Wen says is easier access than where he is now.
The space is also bigger, which Wen says will allow for larger treatment rooms and will be "more comfy."
The additional space also means the clinic can now serve wedding parties and others who want to have group events.
"We're going to make it a little more upscale so that the patients have a better experience," Wen says.
Look for news about an open house soon.
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