Misaligned vertebrae can disrupt the flow of information through the body's nervous system, resulting in bad things, such as pain, but also cool things, such as the inability to feel pain. Strengthen your spine with this Groupon.
$39 for a Two-Visit Chiropractic Package ($810 Total Value)
- Complete chiropractic evaluation and consultation (a $300 value)
- Two chiropractic adjustments (a $200 value)
- Two therapies per visit, chosen from traction therapy, electromagnetic stimulation, and ultrasound therapy (a $160 value)
- One 60-minute massage chosen from Swedish, deep-tissue, or fire-cupping styles (a $150 value)
Dr. Vito begins the treatment by evaluating his client's stature and determining the root causes of issues such as migraines, joint discomfort, and back pain. He then adjusts misaligned vertebrae to relieve pressure, then harnesses additional therapies to further banish pain. Ultrasounds send massaging waves deep into muscles to decrease inflammation, electrical stimulation causes muscles to repeatedly contract to release tension, and spinal traction works to realign off-kilter discs. Massage therapists work out knots from muscles with a choice of massage styles including fire cupping, in which a lit cotton ball is placed into a cup on the back to create a vacuum that's believed to increase blood and lymph flow for healthy circulation. The fire cupping technique is only available at the massage therapist's discretion.
Complete Health & Body of NY
At Complete Health & Body of NY, Doctor of Chiropractic Arthur Vito customizes his many specialties—including chiropractic care, massage, physical therapy, and alternative medicine—to meet each patient's individual needs. As a registered Trigenics physician, Dr. Vito specializes in a three-step medical-assessment and treatment system that works to change how the brain communicates with the body. The nonforceful sessions, which combine the manipulation of nerve receptors and biofeedback breathing, can alleviate conditions such as whiplash, tendonitis, or a mother’s back pain caused by her child's habit of stepping on sidewalk cracks.