Chiropractic care is good for your spine, unlike the tiny pneumatic-tube canister you ride into the bank for work. Feel like a million bucks with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$69 for a chiropractic-wellness package with one 45-minute massage (a $275 total value)
$95 for a chiropractic-wellness package with two 45-minute massages (a $345 total value)
- Chiropractic examination (a $110 value)
- Nutritional assessment (a $95 value)
- Sports, deep-tissue, or lymph-drainage massage (a $70 value each)
Each appointment includes a thorough examination, which allows the chiropractor to inspect the patient's spine, posture, and general trouble spots before recommending a suitable, personalized treatment regimen. The nutritional assessment aims to correct imbalances in body chemistry by suggesting dietary modifications intended to jump-start the body's natural healing processes.
Stynchula Wellness and Sports Rehab Center
Born and raised in northern Virginia, Dr. Andrew Stynchula first witnessed the rejuvenating effects of chiropractic care when one of his uncles treated his father—a former NFL player suffering from chronic knee pain. Witnessing this simple, yet effective adjustment inspired Dr. Stynchula to pursue a career as a chiropractor dedicated to noninvasive, drug-free therapy.
Although Dr. Stynchula continues to learn about new methods and technologies—including everything from cold-laser to infrared treatment systems—he still embraces the potential of a personalized adjustment. Using no fewer than five distinctive adjustment modalities, the staff at Stynchula Wellness and Sports Rehab Center restores balance and promotes neuromusculoskeletal health across patients' entire bodies.
For a truly well-rounded and holistic approach to wellbeing, the staff also offers services such as nutritional guidance, which encourages patients to alter their diets and occasionally take whole-food supplements. FDA-approved spinal decompression treatments help relieve joint pain and inflammation by loosening restrictive scar tissue surrounding spinal discs. Massages can also help relieve chronic muscle tension and pain while helping patients relax after an all-day game of freeze tag.