Changes Afoot

© 2017 by Dr. David Buscher, D.Ac.

If you’ve ever visited my office, you've seen firsthand how much I value the comfort and convenience of my patients. I’ve enjoyed practicing my medicine in my Mt. Vernon location for the past two years, and in the other local offices I rented in the years before that. Every time I moved, I attempted to upgrade the experience of everyone who walks in the door, to let them know they are in a special place where their needs will be met and exceeded.

As the lease on my current office nears its end, I’ve been looking for a similar upgrade within the neighborhood for the past several months. It’s been so important to me that I’ve even considered changing my business model: renting a larger office to be able to offer more wellness specialties, for example, just so I could keep relatively close to where my patients expect to travel.

However, this time around, I haven’t been so lucky in Mt. Vernon. None of the larger or even smaller offices I investigated would be workable, as determined as I was. In mentioning this to my dear friend Katherine Hancock Porter, a wonderful acupuncturist in the Roland Park neighborhood, she made the eye-opening offer for me to share her office. After pondering the implications of such a move, I decided to take her up on it.

In July, I will begin transitioning to our new office at 600 Wyndhurst Ave in Roland Park (Suite 235). I will be there on Mondays and Fridays, and the rest of the time until October I’ll be in my familiar location at 6 E Eager St. 

600 Wyndhurst Ave is a quiet, accessible building on a gorgeous, tree-lined street. There is ample free parking in the rear parking lot and along the street, and it’s close to major bus lines along Roland Ave and Charles St. You will not have to buzz to get into the building. There is tea and water for you in the comfortable waiting room of Suite 235.

I think it’s a good move, for me and for you. Good people. Good vibes. Potential to see more patients at more flexible times. A quiet place to get away from it all for an hour.

I hope to see you there.

(July appointments for the Roland Park are already available on my online scheduler for Mondays and Fridays, on the hour and half-hour. Make sure you select that location when logging in, and the times will appear.)