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What You'll Get
Caring for your body is a task that knows no end, much like counting all the stars in the night sky or shaving Mount Rushmore. Attend to your anatomy and protect your health with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a one-hour massage (an $85 value), a 30-minute acupuncture treatment (a $60 value), and a 30-minute ionic-detoxifying footbath (a $35 value) at Orange Coast Chiropractic Group in Tustin (a $180 total value).
Orange Coast Chiropractic Group's licensed practitioners focus their knowledge of holistic well-being treatments to soothe and rejuvenate weary anatomies. The one-hour massage can help relieve musculoskeletal pain and spasms, increase blood circulation, and reduce swelling, helping the body's sinewy fibers recover to their factory settings. During the 30-minute acupuncture treatment, a licensed acupuncturist inserts tiny needles into the skin at meridian points, where the energy flow can become blocked, releasing pent-up life force like a rowdy Little League team busting through a Dairy Queen's door. Finally, clear out cluttered veins with the 30-minute ionic-detox footbath, which uses ionized water to help expunge toxic accumulation in the body, pulling neutralized particles from the skin. Purified patients can feel lighter, sleep better, and often jump-start cars with their toes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must redeem across multiple visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Orange Coast Chiropractic Group
The team at the Orange Coast Chiropractic Group specialize in therapeutic fibromyalgia massage. Because the staff's Keith Kausler has been a practicing chiropractor for more than 30 years, he can now proudly say that he treats several third-generation patients. His previous patients' children and grandchildren now come to him for the latest therapeutic treatments, which Dr. Kausler keeps abreast of during annual continuing-education seminars. In addition to helping kids feel better via chiropractic adjustments, he has served youth in the community as a board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Tustin and the team doctor for several football teams in the Pop Warner program—a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating football and cheer programs for youths around the world.
Fellow chiropractor Ron Vaselenko is also backed by three decades of experience, specializing in areas including spinal trauma, homeopathy, and alternative nutrition. Licensed acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine expert Christine Lee can recommend herbal treatments for specific goals, such as losing weight or pogo-sticking faster to and from work.