The human spine is flexible enough to withstand a variety of activities, including early-morning stretches and late-night limbos under mall-security lasers. Give a hard-working backbone a tune-up with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a chiropractic-care package at Atlas Family Chiropractic Center (a $250 value). This Groupon is valid at the locations in Towson and Columbia. The package includes:
- A chiropractic exam (a $150 value)
- A spinal adjustment (a $30 value)
- A one-hour therapeutic massage (a $70 value)<p>
Dr. Steven Mahoney corrects crooked backs and necks with chiropractic services that include targeted spinal adjustments and therapeutic massage therapy. The comprehensive exam begins with an informal conversation in which Dr. Mahoney addresses patients’ concerns, reviews their health issues and goals, and gently reproves them for taking lunchtime naps in cramped cubicle drawers. After crafting a personalized treatment plan, the doctor coaxes deviant vertebrae back into place with a spinal adjustment that straightens posture and corrects subluxations in joints. Pressurized kneads and smooth, gliding strokes relax weary bodies in one of several massage modalities to conclude the treatment. A Swedish massage increases circulation and releases toxins built up during sisyphean boulder lifts, and a sports massage employs hard, deep strokes to heal injuries incurred while sparring with opposing teams’ mascots.
Atlas Family Chiropractic Center
Doctor of Chiropractic Steven Mahoney has always wanted to help people. From his graduate studies in chiropractic to his continuing education in body function and nutrition, Dr. Mahoney has focused his efforts on improving his patients' quality of life. Today, Atlas Family Chiropractic Center is one of the largest practices in Howard County, and his chiropractic-massage therapy has helped scores of clients recover from pain. The procedure purges the body of unwanted toxins in the muscles by improving circulation, and a firm touch alleviates soft-tissue injuries as well as less-tangible symptoms, such as headaches or stuck-on backpacks.