Most people go to a chiropractor to treat lower-back pain, whereas only a few go just to sit in a room with another person for a while. Join the many with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$28 for a 60-minute massage and chiropractic consultation (a $60 value)<p>
$59 for a three-visit chiropractic package (a $424 total value)
- 1st session includes: Initial exam and consultation (a $134 value) and one set of X-rays (a $66 value)
- 2nd session includes: report of findings, spinal adjustment (a $39 value), one mechanical massage with traction (a $20 value), one round of therapeutic exercises (a $28 value), and one round of stretching (a $25 value).
- 3rd session includes: spinal adjustment, mechanical massage and traction, therapeutic exercises, stretches to area of chief complaint (a $112 value)<p>
The first visit includes a consultation, exam, and x-rays to the area of chief complaint. During the follow-up visits, the doctor reports the findings and performs a spinal adjustment, mechanical massage and traction, therapeutic exercises, and stretches to the area.
Atlantic Chiropractic and Rehabilitation
They might use different methods, but Dr. Eric Santjer of Atlantic Chiropractic and Rehabilitation each have a knack for rehabilitating injuries and quelling pain. Dr. Eric opts for a whole-body approach, manually manipulating the spine and doling out advice for lifestyle changes, such as sitting up straight or riding your bike, rather than sleeping on it. Once the team has examined patients, they prescribe them to a range of treatments, from adjustments to sessions with the onsite massage therapists.
98% of 64 customers recommend
“Massage was very intense and geared to specific problem areas.........in my case it involved deep tissue treatment to my knee and lower back only...........this is...”
“Massage was very intense and geared to specific problem areas.........in my case it involved deep tissue treatment to my knee and lower back only...........this is not a relaxation, feel good, head to toe kind of massage, but was helpful.”