What You'll Get
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Nobody has to know you threw your back out while yelling at the sports game. Not with today's deal. For $25, you'll get a full new-patient package worth up to $250 at Chiropractic Wellness Center of Indiana in Carmel. This package includes a consultation ($70 value), initial exam ($79 value), x-rays (if any are needed) ($55 value), a report of findings, and your first treatment ($50 value), a total value of up to $250. Existing patients are eligible to receive the $50 spinal adjustment for $25 with this Groupon.
CWC lives up to its no-wait policy by employing three skilled doctors of chiropractic who are always waiting on deck in their hand-strengthening stasis chambers: Dr. Nancy Elwartowski-Cooper, Dr. Sandra K. Cunningham, and Dr. Josh Coen. They have 46 years of combined experience using chiropractic techniques to treat migraines, neck pain, back pain, fatigue, muscle sprains, tennis elbow, politician's wrist, scurvy, and mime disease. The trio has also treated everyone from infants to adults to infants trapped inside pregnant adults.
After consulting with you about your specific ailment and examining it, your chiropractor will take x-rays if necessary and report back to you with the findings. From there, he or she will address the problem with a gentle realignment designed to ease pain and discomfort. If you choose to continue your treatments, or are triple-dog dared to by your jeering mail carrier, CWC accepts most insurance plans, as well as smiles, compliments, and Bootsy Collins star-shaped sunglasses.
Valid for one treatment for existing patients; cannot be used in combination with insurance.
- Great care, great people!!! – A L., Yelp
Chiropractice Makes Perfect
The Chiropractic Wellness Center has more than 40 collective years of experience, training, and certification coiled up inside their formidable fingertips. This sets them apart from many self-declared healers who set up shop without so much as a license or shoe tree. Here are some signs that the stranger offering back cracks at the airport taxi stand might not be legit:
- Had cellphone tucked between ear and shoulder entire time
- Insisted on being paid in nuclear secrets
- For tax purposes, all work conducted upon dirigible over international waters
- One hand was replaced by hook; other hand was menacingly stroking pet albino chameleon
- Finished session by lying down on table and saying, "Cool, now you do me"
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 9, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid in combination with insurance. No x-rays given without prior observable clinical need, to avoid possible ionizing radiation hazards. Medicare regulations apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.