Getzik Chiropractic offers patients a laser treatment option | Company


Getzik Family Chiropractic has added laser therapy to its repertoire. And while some may not find it as visually exciting as a laser show, treatment with this added technology will bring smiles to patients’ faces.

“We are very pleased to be able to offer this dramatic new treatment option to patients,” said Dr Stefan Getzikowner and chiropractor of the practice located at 70 E. Beau St. in Washington.

Laser therapy isn’t new, but continued progress has been made, Getzik said in a press release. These advances include a multi-wave locked system therapy laser, which uses specific wavelengths of light to treat painful and debilitating conditions.

He said that with this therapy, his facility can “provide relief to patients suffering from chronic and acute conditions including back and joint pain, tendinitis, arthritis, disc disease” and other conditions without resorting to injections or potentially addictive medications.

He said laser treatments are painless and last several minutes, and most patients see positive results within one to three sessions.

First Commonwealth

A Washington resident takes over a newly created executive position at First Commonwealth Bank.

Joe Tomacski was promoted to vice president of residential community lending at the Indiana, Pennsylvania-based bank. He leads a team of community mortgage originators who work with borrowers who could benefit from homeownership programs, financial literacy programs, credit repair counseling and payment assistance opportunities.

For the past three years, Tomacski has been an in-market mortgage originator with First Commonwealth. He previously held several mortgage roles after joining the bank in April 2016.

Stan Forakera mortgage banking executive at First Commonwealth who has worked alongside Tomaceski for the past six years said in a press release that the Washington resident “has tirelessly advocated for families and individuals to become homeowners.” .


Henry F. Teichmann Inc.a global engineering, procurement and construction contractor based in Peters Township, announced the recent hires of a project manager John Wilson and refractory engineer Lee Dawber.

Wilson’s role will be overseeing the planning and execution of major projects for high profile clients. Dawber will focus on the design and construction of ovens.

Brad Hall, the company’s COO, said in a press release, “As our business continues to grow, it’s important that we hire new employees who have just the right background and skills.”

HFT was formerly known as Henry F. Teichmann Inc. The company also has regional offices in the UK, China, Philippines, Singapore and St. Croix. He has designed more than 300 production lines in 47 countries.


An executive with 30 years of experience in finance, partnerships and community engagement has been elected to the board of directors of WesBanco Inc.

The selection of Rosie Allen Herring was announced April 20 at the diversified multistate bank holding company’s annual meeting of shareholders. She is currently a member of the Mid-Atlantic Advisory Board of WesBanco.

Since 2013, Allen-Herring has served as President and CEO of United Way National Capital Area, in Washington, DC. She was credited with raising around $245 million there and was named Washingtonian of the Year in 2020.

Tangier Outlets

It may be two days before the 4th of July, but Tanger Outlets Pittsburgh is committed to ensuring families have lots of fun during an Independence Day celebration.

The event is scheduled from noon to 4 p.m. on July 2 at the South Strabane Township Mall. It will be free and open to the public and will feature giveaways, games, patriotic crafts for kids, food trucks, a prize wheel and more. Shopping is also on the agenda.

Events will take place at the main entrance near American Eagle Outfitters and Express. Matthew Moser State Farm is the sponsor.


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