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What You'll Get
The human body is filled with things that oughtn’t be there, such as toxins, blood vessels that lead nowhere, and vestigial spleens and lungs. Rid yourself of a few evolutionary leftovers with today's detoxifying Groupon: for $39, you get four 23-minute detox foot baths at Family Wellness Center ($200 value).
Working with the body's inherent ability to mend itself, Dr. Jardine uses a combination of holistic and noninvasive therapies to restore health and prevent illness. The IonCleanse footbath cleanses and rejuvenates bodies from the inside out, removing toxins, chemicals, heavy metal, and the less desirable Heavy Metal 2000. While ions attach themselves to the toxins in feet and dissolve the toxins in water, maladies such as allergies, fluid retention, and chronic pain and inflammation can be convinced to quit working and take a nap. Although some guests experience less pain after a single session, four full sessions impart the fullest benefits and energy to those needing extra pep for a full day of hypnotizing chickens.
_ Family Wellness Center recommends people use all four sessions within 60 days of their initial session._
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only; subject to availability. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Family Wellness Center
Dr. Carrie Jardine isn't just an advocate of holistic medicine—she's a living testament to its positive benefits. A sufferer of fibromyalgia, anxiety, and obesity, she finally turned to a holistic doctor on a friend's recommendation. Fourteen years later, Dr. Jardine, now a doctor of chiropractic and Chinese medicine, owns and operates the Family Wellness Center. There, she plies her holistic trade through services ranging from ionic detoxification to allergy testing and hormone replacement. Her practice of Oriental medicine provides an alternative outlook on health, helping patients to balance their bodies' electric flow without requiring them to shuffle along carpeted treadmills.