Want to improve your posture and increase your energy without the aid of Red Bull? Do you have tense or sore muscles or back pain that no amount of Gold Bond can relieve? Then today’s Groupon will strike at the core of your condition - for just $29, Lincoln Park Chiropractic will give you the full treatment: a complete examination, any necessary x-rays, and your first adjustment. If $29 seems shockingly inexpensive, you’re right - it’s $221 off the normal price!
Even without a huge discount, Lincoln Park Chiropractic’s skilled service is worth the price. Conveniently located at 2202 N Lincoln Ave Lincoln Park Chiropractic has been keeping backs aligned in Chicago since 1979. And that means more than just straight spines. A few more benefits of chiropractic treatment:
- Increased energy
- Enhanced mobility
- Relieves tension and stress
- Restores nerve health
- Improved immune system
Mr. Groupon knows these benefits to be true, for when I was a little baby boy I was abandoned by my mother. She placed me in a wicker basket and floated me down the river. After 3 days on my back in that awkward basket, I had a crick in my neck that hurt like hornet sting. I was also malnourished and on the precipice of death, which is very annoying when your back aches. Luckily, I was rescued by a pack of wild Chiropractors, who fed me rice and beans and restored me to good health. They also fixed my neck and back pain with painless, swift, skilled, confident adjustments of my spine, after which I felt each of the above listed benefits.
And so it is that I, Mr. Groupon, now a successful businessman, am able to strongly endorse chiropractic treatment to all of our readers, and especially the treatment provided by my good chiropractitioning friend at Lincoln Park Chiropractic: Peter Zid.
Lincoln Park Chiropractic uses a “whole person approach,” combines the very best hands-on-technique, state of the art physiotherapy procedures, and provides the newest and best natural vitamins and mineral supplements on the market today. This holistic approach can help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health. A friendly man, Peter Zid’s patients call him “Dr. Pete,” but his complete official name and title is actually Peter F. Zid, D.C., FIACA, CSCS, CKTP, DACBSP. That’s some alphabet soup, but basically it means he’s got mad skills and they’re all certified. Skills like Fellow International Association Clinical Acupuncture (FIACA), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP), and Diplomat American Chiropractic Board Sports Physicians (DACBSP), and Quintuple Certification Certificate (QCC). So once you get your chiropractic assessment and adjustment, you’ll have a great new health practitioner at your service who can help you with an arsenal of proven holistic methods. Most importantly, a chiropractic treatment will help keep you feeling energized and healthy. Who doesn’t want that?
Dr. Pete has worked with the Joffrey Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance, Chicago Force Football and Ballet Chicago, so he’ll have you pirouetting and sacking quarterbacks with immaculate posture and high energy, so long as you get your Groupon today!
Lincoln Park Chiropractic
Brian Marion went to the chiropractor for the first time after an ice-hockey mishap injured his lower back. In addition to healing his ailments, the treatments improved his athletic performance. Having experienced the benefits of the chiropractic practice firsthand, he went on to study movement science at the University of Michigan's School of Kinesiology. With that educational foundation in place, he earned his doctorate at Logan College of Chiropractic.
Now he practices at Lincoln Park Chiropractic, where he works frequently with dancers of the Joffrey Ballet and Hubbard Street Dance of Chicago. A specialist in Active Release Techniques, Dr. Marion blends soft-tissue treatments with chiropractic manipulations to ease overused or injured muscles and tendons. He's also certified in Kinesio Taping. This therapeutic tool gained popularity during the 2012 Olympics, where athletes used it to improve their balance and strap rearview mirrors to their shoulders.