Without the loosening effects of massage, shoulders would stiffen into immobility and fall victim to freeloading parrots and the burden of carrying Earth's heavyset brother, Girth. Pamper your perches with today's Groupon to Davis Chiropractic. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a one-hour Swedish massage (a $50 value).
- For $49, you get two one-hour Swedish massages (a $100 value).
- For $59, you get three one-hour Swedish massages (a $150 value).
- For $30, you get a one-hour deep-tissue massage (a $60 value).
- For $59, you get two one-hour deep-tissue massages (a $120 value).
- For $69, you get three one-hour deep-tissue massages (a $180 value).
Licensed chiropractor Matthew Davis and his staff dedicate themselves to alleviating the sore spots and knots that arise in the musculoskeletal system with soothing, professional massage techniques. During the Swedish massage, a licensed therapist coaxes tension out of tight muscles and grinds it into the fine sand that fills most Zen gardens. Slow, rolling kneads ease miscreant tendons into sublime submission all over the body, helping patients achieve supreme levels of relaxation. Patients in need of more thorough muscular manipulating can opt for the deep-tissue massage, which sees the therapist's dexterous fingers delving deeper into subterranean tissue, delivering deliberate, cross-grain strokes to squeeze out toxins and hidden pockets of stress. Often after a deep-tissue massage, patients report a degree of soreness, though it is soon replaced with a sense of inner calm or smoothed by a giant rolling pin.
Davis Chiropractic Wellness Center
For more than 30 years, the chiropractors at Davis Chiropractic Wellness Center have used their advanced training and several adjustment techniques to bring patients' health into balance. Doctor of Chiropractic Alfred Davis Jr. completed 400 hours of postdoctoral training in the treatment of sports injuries, and is a diplomat of both the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians and the American Academy of Pain Management. He is certified to perform manipulation under anesthesia, and has worked on the medical staff of two area hospitals. Doctor of Chiropractic Katherine Raymondi specializes in physiotherapy and is fluent in Spanish, which helps her to educate more people via the center's community outreach program.
Supported by their dedicated staff, the chiropractors align spines with various techniques, such as the Activator method, which realigns vertebrae with a mallet, and the computerized ProAdjuster method, which analyzes spinal waveforms to make ultra-precise adjustments. The technology was actually used by NASA to test the integrity of ceramic cooling tiles on spaceships as well as by civil engineers to test metal fatigue in aircraft, making it especially perfect for adjusting the spines of cyborg patients.