Energy levels, like children's bedtimes, can be hard to monitor and are typically enforced with promises of Pixy Stix. Harness a healthy amount of energy with today’s Groupon: for $29, you get four vitamin B12 shots (a $60 value) from Pacifica Care. In addition to B12 shots, you can opt to purchase the following upgrades:
- For $24, you can add four vitamin B9 shots (a $49 value).
- For $9, you can add four applications of numbing cream before shots (a $19 value).
Headed by Dr. David Moss, the staff at Pacifica Care aims to improve the mental and physical health of patients with counseling services and therapeutic treatments. During a series of 10- to 20-minute weekly visits, vitamin B12 injections strive to refill depleted stashes of B12, which can offer ample bodily benefits such as greater energy, nourished skin, reduced anxiety and fatigue, and a higher likelihood of being dialed for the call a friend lifeline. Before the first injection, a brief questionnaire culls relevant health information, with the friendly staff on hand to answer patients' questions and engage them in staring contests.
An additional series of vitamin B9 injections bolsters shots with a dose of folic acid, which can work in tandem with B12 to amplify energy. Oft neglected in American’s diets, folic acid promotes brain function by whispering the answers to crossword puzzles into the mind’s ear. Patients can also add on applications of Dermaplanet numbing cream, designed to render skin insensate during the needle pricks of the procedure.
THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT THAT IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT.
Pacifica Care––headed by Dr. David Moss––strives to keep patients in strong physical and mental health with a wide variety of services, including nutritional counseling, massage therapy, psychiatric treatments, and emotional and behavioral counseling. Committed to spending more time with each patient than most facilities, the doctors, physician's assistants, counselors, and massage therapists aim to see new clients within 72 hours of the initial request, and they maintain later hours to accommodate those who have daytime responsibilities, such as spying on the sun. The facility's stock of nutritional supplements packs active phytonutrients ground from fresh, organically grown plants such as alfalfa and beets, as well as animal-extracted vitamins and minerals scraped from Mount Rushmore's last group facial.