Elementary school taught us that the backbone is connected to the neck bone, but it neglected to inform us that both are connected to our ability to cry. Get your head on straight with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a chiropractic exam (a $100 value); x-rays, if necessary (a $100 value); and treatment (a $50 value) at Flores Chiropractic (up to a $250 total value).
Dr. Noé Flores and his dedicated team guide patients toward their full wellness potential using gentle, low-force chiropractic techniques. Today's deal can help alleviate neck and back pain, reverse damage caused by sports injuries and distracted automobiles, and treat tension stemming from migraines or headaches. The personalized exam blends orthopedic, neurological, and chiropractic tests to help Dr. Flores assess patients' overall condition and address their health concerns. For a more detailed investigation, the doctor may decide to take x-rays to gain security clearance to the body's deepest levels. The office visit ends with a restorative chiropractic treatment, which can work out any flaws felt in your framework and launch an emergency search and rescue to locate lost spinal vertebrae. Based on the results of the exam, the treatment may require a second visit.
If Dr. Noé Flores could give his chiropractic patients one piece of advice, it would be to work toward preventing pains before they start. By incorporating lifestyle coaching and practical postural-advice into his visits, he helps to fulfill his goal of helping patients practice prevention as much as he helps them relieve their pains. New patients experience an in-depth consultation during which Dr. Flores assesses their current issues, the number of bowling balls currently stuffed in their mattresses, and their goals for treatment, before he administers tests or treatment. During adjustments, he uses a low-pressure technique as a way to keep his patients comfortable. In some cases, he uses auricular therapy, a type of ear acupuncture that helps release endorphins and reduces pain. Building on his preventive ideas, the doctor and his team also give their patients exercises they can perform on their own to promote wellness outside his office.