Ever since humans evolved necks, they have craned them to look at the stars, making astronomy the oldest profession and chiropractic the second oldest. Align yourself for continued constellation-scoping with today’s Groupon to Align Chiropractic, valid at the Warm Springs Road or Durango Drive locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a chiropractic exam, massage, ultrasound, and adjustment (a $250 value).
- For $40, you get one hour of deep-tissue or sports massage (a $120 value).<p>
At Align Chiropractic, Doctors Keith Quisberg and Ryan Kissling silence sore spines’ creaks with advanced technology and chiropractic massage techniques. During an exam, the spine experts seek out structural issues that can cause a variety of treatable maladies with chiropractic techniques and digital x-rays. Maladies are driven out of their spinal hideouts with physiotherapy techniques such as ultrasound or trigger-point therapy. In addition to high-tech treatment, chiropractic adjustments return wandering bones to their proper locations by applying anatomical knowledge and pressure, easing pressure on nerves and alleviating pain. To address chronic aches and pains, deep-tissue massage digs into muscles, dislodging knots of poor circulation and soft-tissue aches. With the sports massage, professional muscle menders gently alleviate sports-related injuries, focusing on preventing future damage and regenerative tendon techniques.
Align Chiropractic’s office is totally paperless, using WiFi and alpine horns to transfer x-rays and records to other doctors’ PDAs and computers. With convenient hours, almost any schedule can be accommodated.
Led by Doctors of Chiropractic Ryan Kissling, Jeffrey Hanks, and Keith Quisberg, Align Chiropractic helps patients battle everyday ailments and conditions, from ADHD to fibromyalgia. Using advanced physiotherapy equipment, Drs. Kissling and Quisberg help to keep the spine aligned, release long-held tensions, and help to body to better heal itself. In addition, a digital x-ray system allows the doctors to view potential problem areas from any of the center’s treatment rooms, and they can then email the results and pictures to patients so that they can sprinkle them into PowerPoint presentations during important business meetings.