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· June 8, 2018
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What You'll Get
For $20, today's side deal gets you one Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy session (a $50 value) at Atlanta Spine & Sport, located in Alpharetta. The treatment lasts 60 minutes and harnesses the power of oxygen to help heal sports injuries.
Atlanta Spine & Sport's licensed chiropractor specializes in sports-related therapies that keep pro players and amateur ball-manipulators functioning fluidly on the field. In Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy sessions, a pressurized chamber is flooded with clean and crisp lung fuel, inviting cells to gorge like Vikings until their oxygen levels climb to 20 times their normal saturation. Though originally developed as a treatment for chronic ailments such as autism, multiple sclerosis, and migraines, this alternative therapy has shown to dry up sports-related tears by rejuvenating the body's natural ability to heal wounds.
- To my surprise, after his first treatment, I was feeling about 80% better. He was able to reduce my pain at every level from biking to running to even my house work. – Luv2run, Citysearch
- I have been to many chiropractors over the years and Dr. Bongi was by far the most thorough and the most helpful to remedy my back an [sic] hip pain. Loved the office, especially his Hyperbaric Chamber(very cool, can't wait to try it). – Paul, Yahoo! Local
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Atlanta Spine & Sport
While most chiropractors tend to patients spines, Dr. Jason Bongi takes it one step further when he tends to their muscles and joints as well. He helps to alleviate pain through myofascial massage techniques, corrective exercises, and therapeutic ultrasound treatments. His office also houses a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, which gifts patients’ lungs with 20 times more oxygen than normal for the accelerated healing of injuries, migraines, and strokes.