1201 S. Main St., Suite 100
North Canton OH 44720
Phone: 330 244 8782
Fax: 330 244 8795
From the East: Take Rt.62 West to Cleveland Ave Exit. Turn Left onto 30th Street and then turn right on Cleveland Ave. Take Cleveland Ave North. It becomes South Main past Everhard Road. Proceed on South Main to 1201. Building will be located on the left. The building is on the corner of South Main Street and James Street SW.
From the West: Take Rt. 62 East to Cleveland Ave Exit. Turn Right onto Cleveland Ave. Follow Cleveland Ave North. It becomes South Main past Everhard Road. Proceed on South Main to 1201. Building will be located on the left. The building is on the corner of South Main Street and James Street SW.
From the North: Take 77 South to Everhard Rd Exit. Turn left on to Everhard Road and proceed East until Everhard ends at Cleveland Ave(South Main). Turn left and proceed on South Main to 1201. Building is located on the left.
From the South: Take 77 North to Belden Village Exit. Turn right on to Everhard Road and proceed East until Everhard ends at Cleveland Ave(South Main). Turn left and proceed on South Main to 1201. Building is located on the left. The building is on the corner of South Main Street and James Street SW.
Please Note: While email is not secure for purposes of privacy, you can elect to use email to communicate with our office. In so doing you understand, we cannot guarantee privacy to the standards established by HIPAA.
Please do not use our email system to cancel appointments or to forward sensitive information such as insurance or social security numbers. If you would like a response to a question, please specify if you would like the answer/information via phone call or email.
There is an increase in awareness regarding the individual privacy of people using electronic mail in terms of expected exclusive access and account usage. This awareness stems from the fact that privacy protection of email is currently less well defined than other forms of communication. There also exists an illusion of privacy created by having a password to access ones' email accounts. The fact is that very few people have a good understanding about how computer networks and electronic mail actually work, and the options available to safeguard their electronic information.
Some of the typical email privacy problems arise from the technology itself. For example, if you send an email message to an individual, this mail can be seen by lots of people, starting with the system administrator of every machine your mail touches, plus anyone who has hacked those machines, plus anyone who is eavesdropping on any of the networks passed (there are many more ways for a hacker to get at it, too). They can get your IP from a mail header and using basic techniques learn your personal information or plan a hack attack. Also you should realize that many companies consider individual's email at work to be corporate property. Otherwise you learn how vulnerable your email is only when the employer catches you sending sensitive information or potentially embarrassing notes.