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What You'll Get
Massage helps relieve aches caused by old sports injuries or a habit of entering buildings by motorcycling through the window. Rev up the relaxation with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$39.99 for a therapeutic muscle treatment package (a $235.00 value)
Package includes the following:
- Chiropractic examination, 30-minutes ($150)
- Therapeutic massage, 25-minutes ($40)
- Muscle soothing body wrap, 30-minutes ($30)
- Full body stretch, 15-minutes ($15)
- Consult with Doctor to address pain <p>
$59.99 for a therapeutic muscle treatment package with follow-up massage and adjustment (a $300.00 value). Upgrades are available for an additional fee for up to $1 per additional minute. <p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required; latecomers may need to reschedule some or all of their services. Subject to availability. New clients only. Not valid 8/10-8/18/13. Services must be used by the same person and in the same visit. No substitutions. Upgrades available before day of appointment for $1 per additional minute. Closed Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About North Country Health Spa
Stony Brook native Michael Gallagher, DC, gives back to the community that nurtured him since childhood with soothing and therapeutic physical treatments. Gallagher's only sustained absence was in the mid 1990s, when he pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Empowered by a career he chose as an expression of public service, the new doctor immediately returned to Long Island to share his expertise in physical rehabilitation and chiropractic care. Dr. Gallagher opened North Country Health Spa in 2007, deepening his community ties via friendship bracelets lashed to the bedrock while branching out into other holistic therapies and pampering treatments for skin and muscles.
Today, the doctor betters himself with continuing education and has earned a certification in biomechanical injury treatment that complements the treatment and training he does for athletes at Stony Brook University and several other colleges. Dr. Gallagher's two kids keep him invested in the Three Village school district, and his telltale ticker reminds him to give generously to the American Heart Association