Like the hand inside a sock puppet, the spine supports the body's every motion and keeps it from collapsing into a formless sack of cotton and googly eyes. Maintain your vertebral integrity with today's Groupon to Healing Hands Chiropractic in Lee's Summit. Choose from the following options:
For $17, you get an ionic foot detox (a $65 value).
For $17, you get an initial exam, consultation ,and x-rays if needed (up to a $199 value).
For $32, you get a 60-minute massage (a $65 value).
The wellness professionals at Healing Hands Chiropractic mend overwrought bodies through rehabilitating massage and chiropractic care. An ionic foot detox removes cell-cluttering contaminants by pulling toxins, heavy metals, and missized doll shoes from feet. Read or take a nap during the 45-minute treatment, which uses a negative-ion footbath to draw out the body's impurities, although four to five initial sessions are required to experience the full effects. Patients may choose to discuss lingering wellness concerns instead during a 30- to 45-minute consultation, which includes x-rays (if needed) that display spinal alignment discrepancies and spotlight spleens masquerading as vertebrae.
Overbearing muscles unwind at the hands of a licensed massage therapist during a 60-minute massage. Choose from five massage modalities, such as reflexology therapy or a deep-tissue massage, which clears knots and spools of yarn woven into muscular fabric. Athletes with lingering injuries or recurring pain welcome the sports massage designed to target and treat stress caused by physical activity.
Healing Hands Chiropractic
Before Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Miller founded Healing Hands Chiropractic, he excelled in a different arena—basketball. The one-time hoops player from Canada parlayed his love of sports into a career as an athletic trainer, which allowed him to develop therapeutic methods for alleviating the physical maladies of his teammates. This hands-on approach to healing rivaled the kinesthetic euphoria of bounding across the gleaming hardwood court, and inspired him to pursue massage and chiropractic licensing in order to infuse clients with relaxation and assist in recovery from injuries.
Dr. Miller or massage therapist Paula Liberty leads guests past floor-to-ceiling-windows, models of healthy spines, and sketches of what Gumby's spine might look like before inquiring into individual issues and applying a variety of modalities. Dr. Miller educates patrons in free, biweekly seminars on health-related subjects such as yoga, cholesterol reduction, and peace treaties with bees, and also organizes food and coat drives for those in need.