Health screenings are a more accurate alternative to asking carnival barkers to guess how many blood cells you have. Step right up for physical assessments with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for body-composition and stress tests, one 60-minute massage, and one personal-training session (a $314 value)
- $59 for body-composition and stress tests, three 60-minute massages, and one personal-training session (a $444 value)
The first visit lasts 45 minutes and includes a body-composition test, blood-pressure test, posture evaluation, cell test, and a functional-movement screening. During the second visit, clients receive a report of findings, a wellness assessment, and recommendations, followed by a one-hour massage. The third visit includes a one-hour one-on-one meeting with a Functional Fitness specialist, as well as a fitness evaluation and training plan. Clients who purchase the three-massage option can schedule their second and third massages at any time.
Though the staff of MaxHealth Center is happy to treat symptoms of pain, they want to use those symptoms as clues to track down the source of discomfort. Like owner Dr. Robert Pomahac, a former hockey player turned chiropractic doctor, many of the staff members left other careers—think CFL player, competitive swimmer, and corporate employee—to follow their passion in pain management.
This firsthand experience with everyday aches in their own lives guides them as they treat patients in a 5,000-square-foot facility, whose menu boasts a blend of eastern, western, and intergalactic therapies. Beyond a cluster of private treatment rooms where patients receive massages, acupuncture, or spinal adjustments, a fitness center sprawls throughout half of the clinic's space to let newly limber bodies stay healthy with personal training and nutritional counseling.
81% of 68 customers recommend
“Love that place James the acupuncturist Amy the nurse and dr rob are all A++ in my opinion Definitely recommended”
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“Great value great staff”