The human spine is flexible enough to withstand a variety of activities, including early-morning stretches and late-night limbos under mall-security lasers. Give a hard-working backbone a tune-up with today's Groupon: for $40, you get a wellness package at Lenoir City Chiropractic (up to a $295 total value). The package includes:
- A chiropractic consultation and exam (a $145 value)
- X-rays (a $75 value, for new patients only)
- An adjustment (a $45 value)
- A 30-minute massage (a $30 value)
- A voucher for a 60-minute personal-training session at The Rush
Doctors of chiropractic, Rasmus Dyhr and Wendell Ellis, helm a staff of pain allayers who utilize modern technology along with time-tested massage therapy to address chronic pain and improve body function at Lenoir City Chiropractic. Each visit begins with a consultation, where doctors discuss individual health concerns, goals, treatment options, and chiropractic undertones of The Godfather. The back expert tests the patient's reflexes and flexibility during the exam, after which x-rays may be required to determine specific courses of treatment or rule out more serious conditions. An adjustment straightens the spine with innovative techniques, attempting to maximize neurological function. The appointment closes with a 30-minute massage, which leaves muscles more relaxed than a basset hound on vacation. Finally, during the complimentary personal-training session at The Rush, a fitness coach gives insight into a patron's current physical status and customizes a training program with safe and personalized workouts.
Lenoir City Chiropractic
To Doctors of Chiropractic Dyhr and Ellis at Lenoir City Chiropractic, the spine is more than just a curvy queue of vertebrae. Take the second cervical vertebrae, for example: if off-kilter, it can have effects on the brain, eyes, and sinuses. Drs. Dyhr and Ellis use any combination of eight techniques to realign spines at Lenoir City Chiropractic. They may devise a personalized workout regimen for clients with misaligned muscles and connective tissues or stifle neck pain or deflate disk bulges by positioning patients on the decompression-therapy bed. They also rely on spinal adjustments, nutritional counseling, simple lifestyle advice, and massage therapy from on-staff licensed massage therapists to mute chronic pain.