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By Staff | Dec 10, 2019

PHOTO PROVIDED San-Cap Wellness offering at-home appointments.

San-Cap Wellness offers at-home appointments

Dr. Brian Formolo recently announced that his new business, San-Cap Wellness, will provide mobile holistic primary care to residents of Sanibel, Captiva and select areas of Fort Myers.

A resident of Sanibel, Formolo has 23 years of experience as a holistic chiropractic physician. He is a graduate of the Parker College of Chiropractic and he owned and operated a holistic boutique clinic for two decades in the Midwest, which he closed earlier this year in order to relocate to the island.

Formolo knowledge and experience includes the fields of chiropractic, clinical nutrition, herbology, dietary counseling, rehabilitation and physiotherapy. He helps patients tackle health conditions with natural solutions, and his scope of care includes not only acute pain and auto injuries, but chronic illness. Formolo offers manual chiropractic adjusting, as well as activator.

San-Cap Wellness offers at-home appointments Monday through Friday. Couples or families can choose to make an appointment for multiple family members during the same block of time.

Gaby Bell

To schedule an appointment, call 239-246-2100.

For more information, visit sancapwellness.com.

Bell promoted to assistant vice president

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank recently announced the promotion of Gaby Bell to assistant vice president at its Sanibel main office on Library Way.

She will continue to assist with daily operations and customer relationships, including business and consumer banking.

Bell has been with the bank for more than 13 years, serving as a teller, customer service representative, teller supervisor and most recently as assistant office manager.

A Sanibel resident, she earned a bachelor’s degree in labor law from the National Autonomous University of Honduras and a bilingual certificate from Kingston College in London. Bell is a member of the American Business Women’s Association and was recognized in 2018 as the Sanibel Captiva Chapter Woman of the Year for her service to the organization.