Ever since humans evolved necks, they have craned them to look at the stars, making astronomy the oldest profession and chiropractic the second oldest. Align yourself for continued constellation-scoping with today's Groupon: for $45, you get a chiropractic package at Evergreen Chiropractic Center in Annandale, Virginia (a $485 value). The package includes the following:
- Exam and posture analysis (a $125 value)
- X-rays (a $90 value)
- Three adjustments (a $270 value)
The wellness experts at Evergreen Chiropractic whip posture into straighter shape during a four-day regimen of spinal analysis and chiropractic care. On day one, clients sit down for a comprehensive consultation, helping Dr. Richard Piorkowski construct a diagnostic diorama out of health history, chiropractic concerns, and pipe cleaners before submitting to a survey of posture, reflexes, and flexibility. Analysis expands into the realms of neurological, orthopedic, and postural testing and concludes with X-rays and your choice of physical challenge. On day two, Dr. Piorkowski boils chiropractic assessments down into concentrated treatment suggestions and administers the first of three adjustments. Chiropractic adjustments continue on the third and fourth day and may be complimented by physical therapy, a soft-tissue massage, or Gumby impersonation lessons (not included with today’s deal).
Hoping to heal as well as educate, Evergreen Chiropractic augments adjustments with corrective exercises designed to help strengthen and correct unique ailments. Experts will also proffer lifestyle advice on the bag habits and nail-ridden mattresses that may be hindering your total-body health.
Evergreen Chiropractic Center
Doctor of Chiropractic Richard Piorkowski and his staff at Evergreen Chiropractic Center practice all types of treatment, both traditional and modern. Their chiropractic services range from x-ray-based spinal screenings to corrective exercises that patients can perform at home. This allows the staff to personalize treatments to match patients’ needs, comfort, and refusal to remove the parrot on their shoulder.