The spine keeps your brain elevated and beyond the reach of swarming, knowledge-hungry children. Straighten and strengthen your spine with this Groupon.
$39 for Three-Visit Chiropractic-Care Package (Up to $455 Total Value)
- Consultation, exam, and x-rays at first visit
- Review of doctor’s findings report at second visit
- 60-minute Swedish, pregnancy, or Reiki massage at third visit
During the initial 30-minute appointment—the first of three total visits—a licensed chiropractor conducts a thorough exam and takes x-rays to determine spine angles and reveal any underlying issues causing chronic pain or other complaints. In the second visit, the doctor reviews their findings report, summarizing the first day’s results and laying out recommendations for future treatment. Finally, a massage eschews the serious nature of medical offices’ seltzer bottles and spinning bow ties for an hour of pure relaxation. Choose from the long, fluid strokes of a Swedish massage, the gentle kneading of a pregnancy massage, or an energy-focused Reiki massage.
When Tanya M. Reynolds was an adolescent, she was diagnosed with cervical dysplasia. After suffering through several unsuccessful surgeries, she finally found relief in a chiropractor, whose adjustments and dietary recommendations helped mollify the pre-cancerous condition. Today, inspired by that early miracle, Tanya—now known as Dr. Reynolds—helms her own clinic, In8Love Chiropractic, where she has spent more than a decade relieving her own clients’ ailments, from disc problems to back spasms caused by tossing telephone poles in the Scottish Highlands. Her vast range of treatment plans includes cold laser therapy, which soothes issues such as tendonitis and arthritis, and custom foot orthotics, which help align spines by ensuring a balanced pedestal. Beyond comforting funny bones stuck in uninspired sitcoms, Dr. Reynolds’ office also offers relaxing, therapeutic massages.
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