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What You'll Get
If not for healthy backbones, the spinal cord's nerves would fray and cross, causing signals like "pick up your foot" to transform into "bite your boss." Prevent workplace embarrassments with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a 40-minute therapeutic massage and a chiropractic exam at McCauley Chiropractic in Rochester (a $155 value).
A certified massage therapist deftly applies paraben-free oils or lotions while kneading away muscle knots and relaxing tense tendons during the 40-minute therapeutic session. Trained in a variety of manipulation arts, the massage therapists tailor techniques to each client's needs, such as performing deep-tissue massage to relieve stress, headaches, and muscle pain.
The gentle, targeted strokes of a pre- or postnatal massage help alleviate the strains of carrying, birthing, and staying up late reading the Economist to a miniature person. Swedish and Thai modalities usher in globally refined relaxation, and myofascial-release techniques disperse clouds of chronic pain. Athletes can unwind before or after the big game with a sports massage. Benefits of massage may include increased circulation, reduced pain, and a thank-you note from your sinews.
Dr. Ken McCauley, a veteran chiropractor boasting more than a decade of spine-straightening experience, will also provide patients with an initial chiropractic exam. Patients will fill out a detailed form listing the origin and nature of any bodily pain or spinal mutiny, and Dr. McCauley will discuss future treatment options.
The Fine Print
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About McCauley Chiropractic
Chiropractors treat much more than back pain – something Dr. Ken McCauley learned at the age of 19. Suffering from debilitating migraines, Dr. McCauley reached out to a chiropractor after countless medical doctors unsuccessfully treated his skull-splitting episodes. The relief from the first adjustment was instantaneous, and that moment spearheaded his excursion to chiropractic school.
Now a chiropractor himself, Dr. McCauley sweeps away migraines, neck and back pain, and joint injuries from sports such as football or raucous bocce ball matches. He accomplishes these feats with a variety of chiropractic techniques and on-staff massage therapists dispensing kneading sessions.