The human spine is flexible enough to withstand a variety of activities, including early-morning stretches and late-night limbos under mall-security lasers. Give a hard-working backbone a tune-up with today's Groupon: for $39, you get two chiropractic sessions at Eastern Oklahoma Chiropractic (up to a $345 total value), which include:
A first visit to determine problem areas (up to a $185 total value). This includes:
- An initial consultation and exam (a $50 value)
- X-rays (if necessary) (a $100 value)
- A half-hour massage (a $35 value)
A follow-up visit for treatment (a $160 total value). This includes:
- Chiropractic adjustment (a $55 value)
- Needless acupuncture (a $35 value)
- Therapeutic stretching (a $45 value)
- Intersegmental-traction-bed therapy (a $25 value)
Eastern Oklahoma Chiropractic's doctor of chiropractic Travis Ring corrects crooked spines through hand-administered adjustments and pain-free electrical-impulse acupuncture. During the initial visit, Dr. Ring interviews patients about their present complaints, their family medical history, and their favorite samurai weapons. He then administers a series of physical, orthopedic, and neurological tests and snaps x-rays if necessary. Preliminary visits conclude with a 30-minute massage and, if possible, impromptu backbends. Patients then come back for a follow-up appointment in which Dr. Ring applies low-force hand adjustments to untwist misaligned vertebrae before blanketing the back in acupuncture electrodes. By stimulating pressure points with gentle electrical impulses rather than needles and combing them with adjustments, energy flow improves fast and painlessly. Sessions conclude with an appendage stretching and bout on the intersegmental bed, where traction therapy exercises disks for improved health and limbo scores.
Eastern Oklahoma Chiropractic
Dr. Travis Ring could fill a library with his assorted stacks of to-do lists. The head of Eastern Oklahoma Chiropractic creates a "schedule of care" for each of his patients, personalizing the tasks so that they address both painful symptoms and their underlying causes. He has several tools at his disposal, the most important of which are his hands—they administer careful adjustments that aim to realign ailing vertebrae. He has also mastered ART, or Active Release Technique, a method that relies on manual therapy and movements by the client to offset the effects of old injuries.
Among other approaches to chiropractic wellness, Dr. Ring utilizes intersegmental traction beds, needleless acupuncture, and massages from his office’s resident licensed massage therapist, Crystal. These varied methods can combat chronic aches resulting from a wide range of conditions, including carpal tunnel and shin splints, in addition to bothersome back and neck spasms. Dr. Ring gears his practice towards families and especially enjoys working with children, as their backs typically have fewer hard-to-remove barnacles than those of adults.
6922 S Lewis Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136