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5 ratings3 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
October 12, 2022
I was in so much pain. My shoulder was hurting for over a week and because of the no risk cost of this $20 Groupon I took a chance. He took every bit of 10 minutes and was done. I left in more pain than when I arrived. The Dr said go home and take an Aleve and call me in the morning "IF" you're still in pain. MAN. I WAS ABLE TO SHOWER AND GET DRESSED WITH NO PAIN. THANK YOU ☺️💖💖
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$19.50 for a chiropractic exam and two treatments ($201 value)
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About Capital Physical Medicine
More than two decades of experience steady the hands of chiropractor R. Curtis McKay, the driving force behind Capital Physical Medicine. He prides himself on treating people who might otherwise be driven to intrusive surgical procedures to relieve pain, and in working to improve all areas of a person's wellbeing. But it's not just people who might otherwise need to go under the knife: McKay treats athletes, office workers, people with labor-intensive jobs, accident victims, and people whose hips are making a weird clicking sound.