What You'll Get
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 $39, you get a 30-minute heated jade massage, plus an examination and x-rays (if needed) at Horizon Spine and Sport in Henderson (up to a $225 value).
Dr. Chuck Badger and Dr. Shira Hornfield, the licensed and experienced chiropractic physicians at Horizon, rehabilitate ailing spinal regions and provide preventative care to patients from the comfort of their spa-like clinic. During the examination and consultation ($125 value), they’ll call upon their comprehensive understanding of mechanical movement to help you achieve the poised posture commonly associated with stilt-walkers and lampposts. Should the savvy spine-whisperers pinpoint a pressing problem, the included x-rays ($75 value on average) can shed electromagnetic light on the problem, helping the chiropractors diagnose a course of treatment to prevent further injury, at set each frazzled frame to uprights.
Patients who pass their vertebral pop quiz can then enjoy the cosmically-inspired comfort of a heated jade massage ($25 value). Using far-infrared technology, the jade bed helps to release lingering toxins while promoting blood circulation and soothing soul sacks with muscle-penetrating warmth. A rolling massage fosters full-body bliss while the innovative treatment encourages vertebrae to fall in line, reduces muscle spasms, and discourages spontaneous sinew shimmying in patients with dance fever.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. New clients only. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Horizon Spine and Sport
Though at its core Horizon Spine and Sport is a chiropractic office, doctors Chuck Badger and Shira Hornfeld do much more than realign spines. The SCU graduates thoroughly investigate each patient’s condition, searching not only for spinal or alignment issues, but also for unique biochemical and environmental traits that can help them to understand the causes of existing pain—such as injury or opening doors headfirst—and map out an effective treatment plan.
Once they’ve analyzed a patient’s health history and conducted an orthopedic and neurological exam, the duo employs the most pertinent methods and equipment to treat and rehabilitate corporeal woes. The office’s heated infrared bed purges pain-causing toxins and pops ingested popcorn kernels, and an FDA–approved spinal-decompression apparatus heals herniated disks and radiating leg pain without surgery or medication.