What You'll Get
Let your vertebrae breathe easy and experience the infectious sense of well-being that radiates from a relaxed and aligned spine. With today's Groupon, $40 gets you a full chiropractic wellness exam from CoreHealth, a $265 value. Your visit includes a full physical examination with digital range-of-motion tests (a $172 value), which are the chiropractor's way of finding out if you're computer animated, followed by a chiropractic adjustment (a $45 value); then enjoy a 15-minute hydrotherapy or trigger-point therapy session to further work out tension and kinks (a $30–$50 value).
Chiropractic isn't like astrology, where a talking hedgehog can set up shop inside a burnt-out Taco Bell; doctors of chiropractic receive at least eight years of academic education, including undergrad, and pass national board examinations before receiving their certificates. Doctor of chiropractic Jennie Yates is a member of the Florida Chiropractic Association and was selected to attend Palmer College's first clinic trip to Madagascar.
Patients say that sitting at a desk for eight hours a day isn't the same after amiable back-benders are through with you: joints fit together, back pain vanishes, and your shame over being ditched by your prom date disappears. Chiropractic adjustments relieve headaches, chronic pain, and tension; a session also helps with nerve, muscle, and organ disorders, and fights fatigue and depression, which in turn, will help you fight your old little league coach with the most powerful weapon of all: forgiveness.
CoreHealth is located in Clearwater and heals a host of ailments five days a week.
CoreHealth is a new practice, so there are very few online reviews as of yet, but the one review on Google is glowing:
- I have been to alot [sic] of other chiropractic and rehab clinics in the area, but this one is by far the best. One on one attention makes me feel like i can ask any question i want...They know me by name after my first visit. – C
As children, we learn that the knee-bone’s connected to the thigh bone, and the thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone. After that, it gets a bit hazy. Fortunately, we’ve compiled this helpful list of reminders so you can keep it all straight.
- The head bone’s connected to the eye bones.
- The necktie’s connected to the windmill.
- The Zapruder Film is connected to the Trilateral Commission.
- The Facebook is connected to the productivity meeting at 10 o’clock.
- The glass eye isn’t connected to anything; it’s just kind of in there.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 29, 2010. Amount paid never expires. 1 per person, multiple as gifts. Appointment only. 24-hr cancellation policy. Not valid for products. Deal is not applicable to Medicare patients, per Medicare rules and regulations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.