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.
$29 for a Chiropractic Massage Package (a $175 Value)
- 60-minute therapeutic massage
- Chiropractic exam
- Chiropractic treatment
After an exam and treatment pinpoint areas of chronic pain, a trained therapist releases tension and improves joint movement with an outcome-based massage directed by the chiropractor. The massage portion of the package may be performed on a follow-up visit depending on availability.
Federal and State Rules Governmental regulations mandate that this offer is not valid for beneficiaries of Medicare, Medicaid, State Assistance Benefit Programs or Federal or State employees.
Additional Health Care Law The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment.
If your idea of a relaxing massage involves hot rocks or aromatherapy oils, ChiroMassage may not be the place for you. If you’re more concerned, however, with practical issues such as getting out of bed in the morning without feeling sore, the chiropractor-directed massages can help you achieve a longer-lasting form of relaxation. The effects of each outcome-based session continue to be felt for days and even months after the 60-minute appointment, during which a trained therapist applies pressure according to the chiropractor’s recommendations. Areas of chronic pain stand little chance against the therapist’s sure-handed strokes, which may help release tense muscles, improve joint function, and prevent vestigial tails from drooping in an unseemly fashion.
WaterMassage Centers use the power of water to fight chronic pain without surgery—or any invasive treatment at all. Their chief service, the HydroMassage, relies on waves and jets of heated water to ease tension and soothe muscles. This hands-free kneading allows clients to remain fully clothed. It also shuns the add-ons associated with traditional spas—aromatherapy oils, models feeding clients morsels of cheese—and focus on rehabilitation. Also, clients might accelerate their body's natural healing response through whole-body vibration therapy, which also tones muscles, increases cellular oxygen uptake, and promotes lymphatic drainage.