Massage therapists are like the mechanics of the human body, recalibrating exhausted muscle groups and replacing broken-down body parts still under warranty. Keep your body humming along with today’s Groupon to Botti Chiropractic & Wellness in Oak Lawn. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get one one-hour massage (an $80 value).
- For $60, you get two one-hour massages (a $160 value).<p>
Clients may choose from five massage styles including medical, Swedish, sports, deep tissue, and prenatal.
The licensed wellness wizards at Botti Chiropractic & Wellness relieves bodies of stress and pain with five massage techniques. Gentle Swedish massages deliver relaxation throughout the entire body, and deep-tissue treatments uncoil localized muscles tightly wound from sleeping on a weaving loom. Therapists target pockets of pain with medical massages or improve muscular health by manipulating trigger points and baseball-bat-shaped muscles during sports massages. Alternatively, the soothing strokes of a prenatal massage pamper backs sore from the added weight of pregnancy. Each session takes place in a private treatment room, enabling patients to emit “oohs” and “aahs” at their own discretion.
Botti Chiropractic & Wellness
Equipped with a degree from the National University of Health Sciences, a passion for modern science and alternative medicine, and a desire to educate others about leading a wellness-oriented lifestyle, Doctor of Chiropractic Valentino R. Botti began his practice to guide members of his community toward happier, healthier lives. During each of his one-on-one chiropractic sessions, Dr. Botti gives patients a thorough exam, during which he tests their posture, flexibility, and reflexes, especially when it comes to surprise bear hugs. After determining causes of pain, the doctor then walks patients through a range of holistic services that may target their particular issues, such as massage therapy, acupuncture, or cold-laser therapy. Each session takes place in a private treatment room, enabling patients to emit "oohs" and "aahs" at their own discretion.