Like a car, the human body needs occasional realignment to ensure that a pleasant journey down the sidewalk doesn't become a careening detour into someone's kitchen. Keep human parts functioning properly with today's Groupon to Corrective Chiropractic in Bee Caves. Choose between the following options:
- For $34, you get a one-hour therapeutic massage (an $80 value).
- For $89, you get a chiropractic exam including a complimentary consultation, full-spine x-rays (a $120 value), an orthopedic and neurological exam (a $100 value), and an individual adjustment (a $50 value; a $270 total value).
A certified Master Fitness Specialist, Corrective Chiropractic’s Dr. Bagley remedies spinal ailments using Chiropractic BioPhysics techniques. During a one-hour therapeutic massage, an expert massage therapist deploys a series of kneads and strokes that tame tension across knotted backs, relieving dorsal planes of their heavy somatic and existential burdens. The treatment evicts toxins from their subcutaneous hidey holes while whisking away pain and restoring mobility to shoulders.
Those opting for the chiropractic exam join Dr. Bagley for an in-depth consultation to discuss back issues and health goals before he administers a complete structural examination. A full-spine x-ray helps determine spinal alignment and affords reclusive vertebrae a chance to appear on film, and an orthopedic and neurological exam gives insight into neuromusculoskeletal maladies. Once corporeal stock has been taken and a treatment plan devised, an individual adjustment realigns wandering spines. Post-exam, Dr. Bagley reviews the x-ray and test results with each patient, answering any lingering questions about eternity before sending them home with a detailed report of his findings.
Corrective Chiropractic’s serene surroundings, including neutral-hued walls and a gently flowing fountain, aim to promote a sense of relaxation and decrease impulses to shake fists. Pretreatment, patients can peruse a spread of fresh Starbucks coffee, homemade cookies, and fruits and veggies in the waiting rooms.