Doctor of Chiropractic Matt Berman?s abilities have made him somewhat of a celebrity, if his clientele is any indication. In addition to the clients at his private practice?Berman Chiropractic & Wellness?Dr. Berman has performed chiropractic therapies for celebrities including musicians, athletes, and dancers. And despite his precise expertise, his office doesn?t have a clinical feel. A stone wall and relaxed ambiance reminds visitors more of a spa than a doctor?s office.
But Dr. Berman does know a thing or two about clinical settings; he began his medical career working in a hospital, where he observed that patients sustained themselves with long-term medication, too-frequent surgeries, or sugarcoated multivitamins. By contrast, when he began working in a chiropractic office, he recalls that ?people were getting better without the use of drugs or surgery.? Inspired by his initial brush with chiropractic, he now combines holistic health services such as spinal-decompression therapies and weight-loss programs with an eight-person massage team that offers 14 different modalities. Dr. Berman, along with Dr. Craig Connor, are members of Professional Sports Care, a chiropractic sports medicine organization that provides services to PGA tour players and professional golf programs.
Since 2003, Advanced Health & Wellness' resident chiropractor, Dr. Kyle LeBlanc, has unburdened spines of all their aches and pains. During complimentary consultations, the certified doctor discusses each patient's health concerns, and suggests the most effective course of treatment. For patients recovering from auto accidents, for instance, that means chiropractic sessions that help reduce inflammation and increase range of motion.
Dr. Kyle's expertise isn't limited to chiropractic, though?he employs plenty of other soothing modalities, from trigger-point therapy to electric stimulation. In addition to healing pain-stricken patients, Dr. Kyle and his team help clients learn to care for themselves through educational events, such as chiropractic seminars.
Get your derelict body up to snuff with today's Groupon to Elite Chiropractic and Sports Rehabilitation Center. For $29, you get a consultation and chiropractic exam, a nutritional analysis, and manual muscle therapy, a total value of $85. Once you have your Groupon, call ahead to make an appointment, and expect to be at the Center for 45 minutes. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Maureen Fox Acupuncture's needle-wielder draws on experience as a registered nurse as well as training in traditional Chinese medicine to battle stress and chronic conditions with acupuncture. Initial sessions last approximately 90 minutes, beginning with a consultation in which patients describe health concerns and expectations through a half-hour interpretive dance. Afterward, skilled hands guide hair-thin needles to some of the roughly 2,000 acupuncture points across the body that can ease anxiety, bolster fertility, and increase the energizing flow of chi.
Massages are no longer the exclusive privilege of pro athletes and the landed gentry, thanks to today’s deal. This Groupon gets you a one-hour therapeutic massage for $30 at Balanced Body Massage, a $60 value. This specialized therapeutic massage is more than just relaxing; Balanced Body uses targeted techniques to treat specific ailments, from physical strains to mental stress. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
The vertebral virtuosos at Mid-America draw from a physical-therapy mindset to remedy sources of spinal discomfort and boost patients’ overall health. During the hydro-table massage ($35 value), water jets volley aqua streams to relieve back muscles of tightness and improve general joint mobility without wetting patients' shirts or temporary tattoos. Back repairees are then free to enlist one of Mid-America's trained professionals to perform an optional digital analysis of their spine, which peeks at patients’ bone buttress for mechanical faults, potential health issues, or missing Jenga pieces.