For $60, today's side deal will help you achieve physical, psychological, and emotional well-being with a consultation and two acupuncture sessions at Mind Body Spirit Wellness (a $250 value). The body-balancing center is located at 2801 Buford Highway.
Dr. Maiysha Clairborne is a board-certified family physician with nearly a decade of experience. Her current practice focuses on Eastern and alternative methods to provide a holistic approach to health. Prior to the two 30–45-minute acupuncture sessions, you can express your current wellness concerns during a thorough consultation. Using the info from the consultation, Dr. Clairborne will determine the best course of action. Not only has acupuncture been employed as a treatment for conditions such as asthma, allergies, insomnia, headaches, cramps, and back pain, but patients have also turned to acupuncture for smoking cessation and weight loss. During sessions, thin, sterile needles are skillfully applied to tap into focused sources of hormones and chemicals in the body, stimulating the body's ability to heal itself.
This Groupon is for new clients only.
Kudzu users give Mind Body Spirit Wellness five stars:
- She is the first physician to take my concerns seriously and to look at the complete picture; not just individual symptoms. – TicaEyez
- I am comforted by Dr. Clairborne's traditional medical training. Her traditional background combines with her extensive training in natural healing for a unique and beneficial practice. – melanieatl
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