Overworked muscles can form painful knots, which is why so many construction workers give each other shoulder massages during their lunch breaks. Hammer out the hurt with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$29 for a chiropractic massage package (a $165 value)
- 60-minute massage (a $75 value)
- Chiropractic consultation, exam, and adjustments if necessary (a $90 value)<p>
$79 for three of the above packages (up to a $495 value)<p>
Gerner Chiropractic’s owner and namesake, Dr. Lynn Gerner, helms a team of three chiropractic doctors who take care to tailor their treatment plans to individual clients. It helps that each of the doctors brings a unique perspective to the practice. For example, Dr. Gerner’s background in personal training and her current work as a birth coach account for her holistic approach and extensive anatomical knowledge. Dr. Bryon Cloyd, on the other hand, brings a worldly perspective, which he gained while volunteering his services to patients in Nicaragua and performing complimentary sports physicals for local students. Dr. Liliana Ulloa-Butler—a graduate of UC-Davis—specializes in treating new moms, infants, and children. She speaks fluent Spanish, which serves her well when adjusting the misaligned spines of Spanish-language textbooks.
Regardless of which doctor they visit, patients begin treatment with a consultation and a discussion about the nervous system’s influence on physical and emotional health. Together, doctor and patient decide on a course of care that may include massage, spinal adjustments, craniosacral therapy, or passive-motion therapy.
The Good Life Chiropractic
The team at the Good Life Chiropractic take care to tailor their treatment plans to the individual patient. Dr. Bryon Cloyd and Dr. Natalie Packer bring a unique perspective to the practice. Dr. Cloyd personally participates in many local sporting events such as duathalons and often offers therapeutic support for participating athletes and students. Dr. Packer combines her experience as a former competitive swimmer to treat athletes and her interest in Obstetrics/Pediatrics to care for new moms and children. She has also had advanced training in addressing TMJ (jaw) issues. The Good Life is also the sponsor and official team Chiropractor for the Davis Bike Club.
Regardless of which doctor they visit, patients begin treatment with a consultation and a discussion about the nervous system's influence on physical and emotional health. Together, doctor and patient decide on a course of care that may include massage, spinal adjustments, craniosacral therapy, or passive-motion therapy.