Humans with relaxed, flexible bodies enjoy a physical advantage when confronted with limbo competitions and jammed turnstiles. Loosen up with today’s Groupon to Rochester Hills Spine Care. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a 60-minute massage (a $65 value).
- For $45, you get a 90-minute massage (a $100 value).<p>
Clients have a choice of a Swedish massage, deep-tissue massage, or trigger-point therapy.
Doctor of Chiropractic Mark Prather helms a team of wellness professionals that straightens spines and relaxes stressed bodies with chiropractic and massage services. The most popular modality, Swedish massage, employs long, gliding strokes and gentle muscle manipulation to increase blood flow and relax the body. Tightly knotted muscles unwind under the deliberate strokes of the deep-tissue massage, which excavates deep into tension to alleviate pain. During trigger-point massages, therapists apply pressure to precise points on the body to relieve sore spots, improve flexibility, and hone fine motor skills for games of Operation.
Rochester Hills Spine Care
At the 1996 Olympics, Doctor of Chiropractic Mark A. Prather was chosen as the resident chiropractor for the Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling team. Alongside a group of talented massage therapists, he treats patients at Rochester Hills Spine Care with the same level of care he afforded to the celebrated athletes. Massages induce relaxation with long, smooth strokes and haikus tapped out in Morse code, and can help reduce specific pains from ailments such as pulled or strained muscles. Trigger-point massage targets particularly sensitive points on the body to relieve tension. Spinal-decompression treatments nudge bulging or herniated disks back into place while assuaging issues such as osteoarthritis or sciatica.
2565 South Rochester Road
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307