Without a back, you'd never know which way was forward, making dramatic exits confusing and awkward. Reward your back for not being up front with today's Groupon: for $35, you get an initial consultation (a $130 value), x-rays (if necessary, $50), an adjustment ($47), and a 30-minute massage ($60) at Active Care Chiropractic.
Helmed by Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Block, the Edmond-based wellness loft specializes in treating backside ailments without surgery. Dr. Block graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic and trained extensively in acupuncture before opening his clinic. He relies on state-of-the-art equipment, including x-rays and a thermal muscle-imaging system, to make joints fit together, back pains vanish, and lingering guilt about ditching your prom date disappear. You'll begin by filling out forms and undergoing a complete examination to assess areas of concern. After the analysis, you'll receive an individualized examination consisting of chiropractic adjustments, therapies, and rehabilitation.
If you wake up in the morning feeling like you were hastily assembled by elves the night before, get to the root of your back bothers and start to straighten them out with this panoply of chiropractic care. Active Care Chiropractic features an extended office, friendly and attentive staff, and top-quality treatment tools. Split up the massage and treatment between two sessions or redeem both at once.
Active Care Chiropractic
Active Care Chiropractic’s team, helmed by four doctors of chiropractic, works together toward the common goal of unleashing the body’s self-healing power. All the center's methods revolve around natural care, rather than medication or ministrations from a nurse who is your clone. The doctors tackle aches, pains, and even seasonal allergies by tending spines with chiropractic adjustments. Massage therapists help bodies relax and detoxify with a variety of modalities, and acupuncturists help engender systemic wellbeing in patients by using nearly invisible needles to realign bodies' energy pathways into more healthy patterns.