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What You'll Get
Like annoying roommates, tension is known to cause headaches, deplete one's patience, and eat everything in the fridge. Evict stress with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a 60-minute massage of choice at LifeSource Health & Wellness in Wesley Chapel (a $65 value).
The chiropractic practice helps heal spinal problems and promotes full-body wellness through exams, adjustments, and massage therapy from a licensed staff. Swedish massages employ gentle kneading, stroking, and tapping to alleviate stiffness and tension and to help clients bob for apples longer. The sports massage's targeted kneads prevent and heal injuries, while moms-to-be find restful solace in the prenatal massage, which reduces swelling and relieves lower-back pain. Trigger-point therapy treats sources of pain by applying direct pressure to sore spots as the client breathes deeply and identifies exact locations of discomfort by shouting out their coordinates. First-time patients are also entitled to a complimentary chiropractic exam, x-ray, and reports.
The Fine Print
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About Integrative Physical Medicine
The chiropractic practice’s licensed staff helps heal spinal problems and promotes full-body wellness through exams, adjustments, and massage therapy. Doctor of Chiropractic Jonathan Berns—second-generation chiropractor and former University of Illinois football player—leads the team at Integrative Physical Medicine as they use computerized diagnostic technology to pinpoint and treat pain. This equipment includes Digital Motion X-rays for movement-based imaging and a Vax-D system, which is a specialized procedure that offers a nonsurgical way to treat lower-back pain and herniated discs. Using multiple modalities to alleviate aches, an onsite licensed massage therapist consults with clients who can help identify exact locations of discomfort by shouting out their coordinates.