Like an iceberg, beauty mostly resides below the surface, but only its visible portion can gain the attention of an ocean liner. Look shipshape with today’s Groupon to Arkansas Physical Medicine in North Little Rock. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get a one-week detoxifying weight-loss package (a $235 value).
- For $119, you get a one-week detoxifying weight-loss package (a $235 value) and body-wrap treatment (an $85 value; a $320 total value).<p>
The detoxifying weight-loss package includes: * An initial 45-minute office visit (a $65 value) * A one-week nutritional plan (a $55 value) * A Herbalogica detoxification kit with three bottles of supplements and two mixer bottles (a $75 value) * A 30-minute follow-up office visit (a $40 value) * Phone support as needed<p>
Overseen by Dr. Steven Bennett and weight-loss consultant Nancy Magee, Arkansas Physical Medicine helps shape physiques into more svelte frames with week-long detoxification plans and detoxifying body wraps. At the initial visit, staffers assess the patient’s wellness and explain the protocol for the program, and clients take home a nutritional plan and the detoxifying supplements. A two-day preparation period includes drinking plenty of water and eliminating meat, dairy, refined sugar, and heavy metal music from diets to begin the purification process. Then, for three days, participants consume only the Herbalogica formulas—Body Purifier, Intestinal Cleanser, and Fiber Blend—mixed with potable liquids such as water and lemon juice before slowly adding healthy foods back into the diet. The regimen helps cleanse bodies of accumulated impurities and two to eight pounds of water, fat, and waste materials. The potential benefits also include improving allergies, acne, and arthritis inflamed by scraping crumbs from the bottom of Pringles cans.
Arkansas Physical Medicine’s detoxifying body wrap adds another tool to weight-loss arsenals. The 75-minute treatment commences as staff members deftly coat clients in a moisturizing herbal formula before swaddling their frames in regulation wrapping material or gently used duct tape. The cream sinks into subdermal layers, exiling toxins from tissues. Patrons typically shed 4–14 inches from treatments, making it possible to shed a pant size or tuck a cup of coffee under one’s waistband.
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At Arkansas Physical Medicine, doctors Steven Bennett and David Morse counteract pain through in-depth analysis modern therapies. Digital motion X-rays help identify the culprits behind back pain or sports injuries, while disc decompression and traction therapy help patients recover from traumatic injuries. The physicians can also offer preventative health techniques such as massage therapy, nutritional counseling, and eating a box of Band-Aids every morning.