Elementary school taught us that the backbone is connected to the neck bone, but it neglected to inform us that both are connected to our ability to cry. Get your head on straight with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one spinal-decompression treatment ($180 value)
- $69 for two spinal-decompression treatments ($360 value)
Doctor of Chiropractic David Basco received special training to alleviate pain caused by herniated disks, sciatica, and degenerative disk disease with an FDA-cleared DRX9000 spinal-decompression system. During the noninvasive procedure, a technician straps a harness over your hips and situates you face-up, knees bent comfortably, on a padded bed. An inflated air bladder supports your lower back as a digital control incrementally stretches out your spine, creating space between compacted vertebrae for nutrients and blood to flow and promote healing. The treatment is so mild and relaxing that some patients report that they have fallen asleep during their session and dreamed of spine-tingling adventures.
Bay Area Spine Care Office
Doctor of Chiropractic David Basco's nonsurgical methods for healing spinal injuries earned the confidence of CityVoters, who voted him Best Chiropractor in 2010 and nominated him for the title in 2011. A graduate of New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Basco relies on his education, which is augmented by a certification in neuromuscular reeducation, and an FDA-cleared device to gently decompress vertebrae and restore range of motion to those with degenerative diseases and misalignment. He also once helped golfers finesse their games in Lake Tahoe and Palm Springs, cherished experiences that led him to specialize in improving golf swings via chiropractic work and put the Arnold Palmer Private Course's gophers on speed dial. Caring for his wife during her pregnancy and seeing the birth of his two children gave him personal insight into women's reproductive issues, another of his specialties. Through functional tests and x-rays, Dr. Basco aims to identify the causes of numbness, headaches, and arthritis that may have resulted from prior auto accidents or workplace injuries.