It's a commonly known fact that people with good posture are often mistaken for statues and invited into the homes of the wealthy. Enjoy the extra perks of spinal health with today's Groupon: for $39, you get an exam, x-rays, a 30-minute massage, and a stretching session at Long Chiropractic Center (a $224 value).
Fusing years of experience in the chiropractic field with advanced technology, Long Chiropractic Center's crack team of experts helps patients achieve health goals and treats injuries caused by sports, work, and accidents. The visit begins with a thorough chiropractic exam with Dr. Michael Groves (a $65 value) that addresses mechanical problems and tests reflexes, flexibility, and flight-or-fight response to recordings of lions. Next, a set of x-rays (a $96 value) details alignment, offering a chance to view the skeleton through Superman's eyes and helping a customized treatment plan to take shape. Following the spinal voguing, clients lie down for a 30-minute trigger-point massage informed by exam results (a $35 value), relaxing targeted muscles and revving up circulation. A manual stretching session with the doctor (a $28 value) rounds out the chiropractic package, as clients learn strategies of de-stressing the spine and muscles before bed and dreams of swivel chairs adjusted exactly two inches too low.
Long Chiropractic Center
Dr. Rebecca Long didn’t always want to be a doctor, but family ties drew her into the profession. At her sister Dr. Lara Long’s graduation, her father delivered an inspiring commencement address that included a story about how chiropractic helped to heal an infant. In that moment, Rebecca realized that she could help just as many kids by becoming a chiropractor, and, three weeks later, moved to California to start at Life Chiropractic College West.
Today, along with colleague Dr. Michael Groves, the Long sisters practice chiropractic medicine out of their eponymous clinic. Their services range from spinal correction to nutritional counseling. They perform these services for patients of all ages who suffer from sports, auto, or pogo-stick injuries. All three doctors share a passion for volunteering and bringing chiropractic to foreign countries, and together they hope to one day open a clinic in Africa to help children suffering from AIDS.