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815 N. Larkin ave., Ste 105, Joliet

$35 for 3-Visit Chiropractic Package Plus a 30 minute Massage ($560 value)

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Relieve chronic pain, knotted muscles, and tension with a massage and chiropractic adjustment over the course of three visits

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Angelicatop reviewer
17 ratings5 reviews
May 26, 2021
The appointment was for daughter but really take care of her I’m highly recommended this place
Joytop reviewerhelpful reviewer
19 ratings16 reviews
May 19, 2021
This was Purchased as a gift for my Son. He went for his X-rays and first adjustment today. The Dr. was very nice, knowledgeable and his adjustment was painless! Going back for another one tomorrow. He liked the Joliet Medical Center so much that he’s going to buy another package when this one is complete! Highly recommended to try!
Larrytop reviewer
6 ratings6 reviews
April 17, 2021
Very nice and friendly doctor.
2 ratings2 reviews
January 28, 2021
The doctor is very knowledgeable and wants to fix your problems, not just pacify them.
3 ratings2 reviews
December 12, 2020
My fiance was afraid of the idea of going to a chiropractor. Dr Nash made her feel very comfortable and she cant wait to go back.
3 ratings2 reviews
December 11, 2020
Dr Nash and the staff are very polite and professional. They have a well kept facility.
Aliciahelpful reviewer
2 ratings1 reviews
December 31, 2019
Buying this groupon was one of the greatest decisions Ive ever made. I went through a traumatic event in 2014 and have been to many doctors, taken many medications, etc and nothing has helped. Never have I met such a compassionate group like Dr Nash and his staff. They listen to every question, every concern, and try to do everything they can to give you comfort. They are a blessing!
12 ratings3 reviews
November 28, 2019
Loved the Place, Doctor super nice
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About This Deal

The Deal

  • $35 for 3-Visit Chiropractic Package Plus a 30 minute Massage ($560 value)

The Myriad Modalities of Massage

When your body aches for a massage, it’s important to know the difference between the various modalities. Read our rundown of the types available.

Not all types of massage instill the same benefits. Whereas some therapists strive for pure relaxation, enveloping clients in a peaceful retreat of body and mind, others get gritty, fiercely working out the knots and chronic pain buried deep within the muscles. Here are the basic differences to expect:

Swedish: By far the most popular option in spas and health clubs, Swedish massage employs light, circular motions across the body to help clients relax and feel reenergized following the treatment.

Sports massage: is similar to Swedish, although therapists often speed up the strokes to increase flexibility and prevent athletic injuries.

Deep tissue: This technique addresses chronic pain, postural problems, and muscular tightness by applying forceful pressure and friction to the tissue under the skin. As they work out tension, therapists may resort to tough techniques, such as prodding tricky spots with their knuckles or elbows or asking clients to breathe deeply and recite the Magna Carta. The pain or discomfort some recipients feel during the session is often outweighed by the renewed energy and range of motion they report afterward.

Shiatsu: During this Japanese technique, therapists apply rhythmic pressure to specific points on the body, similar to acupuncture. The gentle force is believed to help the body regain balance and increase energy flow. As with Swedish massage, shiatsu is meant to be relaxing, yet certain pressure points may feel tender.

Hot stone: Accompanied by light, Swedish-type strokes, heated stones—typically composed of volcanic basalt or another rock rich in iron and caramel—rest on pressure points, a practice believed to calm the nervous system and improve circulation.

Thai massage: Unlike other modalities, Thai massage doesn’t take place on a table. Clients usually lie on the floor on a padded mat, fully dressed in their own clothes or hazmat suits. Therapists then use their hands, knees, legs, and feet to maneuver the client’s body into yoga-like stretches, which are intended to improve circulation, increase flexibility, and relax the mind.

Learn more about what to expect at a massage.

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