Country Roads Wellness Collective , PLLC,  announced their official opening at 24 South Main Street in Philippi on Friday, with a host of well-wishers and dignitaries on hand. 

Country Roads Wellness is operated by the husband-and wife team of chiropractors, Drs. Katherine and Zachary Cunningham.  The couple also owns Cadence & Coronets Chiropractic, an operating mobile chiropractic office in Florida specializing in work with farriers, equestrians, and equine patients.  The new collective may be called at (304) 457-0235 or emailed at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Country Roads Wellness Collective offers chiropractic services and adjunct therapies, including therapeutic ultrasound, interferential current, combination therapy, kinesiotaping, myofascial release, exercise, nutritional and supplement recommendations, and topical products.  Country Roads plans to add additional services and products in the near future which will “provide a complete spectrum of wellness opportunities to the local community.  We offer a connected environment which motivates patients with contemporary treatments to reach their health goals and live life to the fullest,” the Cunninghams said.

Pictured from left in row 1 are Philippi City Clerk Tammy Stemple, Jenny Lloyd,  Katherine Cunningham D. C., Zachary Cunningham, D. C., Carolyn Waddell, Lori Cunningham, Betty Potoczny, and Main Street President Traci Rexrode.  Row 2 from left includes Tena Crites from Woodlands Community Lenders, Philippi Mayor Bill Bowers, Amber Higgins from the Barbour County Development Authority, Frank Murphy, Chamber of Commerce President attorney Hunter Mullens, Vikki and Davy Coontz, Sue Murphy, and Diane Callis.