What You'll Get
Massage releases the stress pent up during the daily grind of sitting in a desk chair or permanently smiling as a living statue. Dispel workaday strains with today’s Groupon to Health First Chiropractic Wellness Center in Arlington Heights. Choose between the following options:
- For $36, you get one 60-minute massage (a $72 value).
- For $69, you get two 60-minute massages (a $144 value).<p>
Chiropractors Salman Khan and Naveed Elahi realign spines by embracing all aspects of chiropractic medicine with services ranging from nutritional counseling to massage therapy. Highly skilled therapist-hands bear down upon musculoskeletal pains and injuries, laden with weighty medical educations to dispel tension and outsmart wily stressors. The knowledgeable staff tailors treatments on the fly, responding to each patient’s unique palette of aches and pains. Bodies potentially experience increased blood circulation, relaxed muscles, and enhanced range of motion coupled with the comfort of a regimen that eschews invasiveness and loitering.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Health First Chiropractic Wellness Center
Board-certified chiropractic physician Dr. Salman Khan takes a multidisciplinary approach to pain relief, disease prevention, and whole-body health at Health First Chiropractic Wellness Center. The practice specializes in chiropractic medicine, a science that aims to alleviate such common conditions as headaches and neck pain without the use of drugs, surgery, or noogies. In cases where traditional chiropractic medicine does not apply, the doctor rounds out the treatment menu with acupuncture and clinical massage therapy, two ancient modalities that can reduce anxiety and improve sleep. Furthermore, personal training and nutrition counseling help patients ward off the specter of disease in a more reliable manner than hanging garlic cloves on their treadmills.