Like the hand inside a sock puppet, the spine supports the body’s every motion and keeps it from collapsing into a formless sack of cotton and googly eyes. Maintain your vertebral integrity with today’s Groupon to Peninsula Pain and Rehabilitation Center. Choose between the following options:
For $29, you get three 30-minute hydrotherapy massages (an $81 value).
- For $45, you get a four-visit chiropractic treatment package (a $510 total value). The package includes:
- A first visit with a consultation, an examination, and two x-rays (a $180 value)
- A second visit with a report on the exam results, a chiropractic adjustment, and a mechanical rolling traction (an $80 value)
- A third and fourth visits, each with additional chiropractic adjustments, exercise instruction, and mechanical rolling traction (a $125 value each)<p>
At Peninsula Pain and Rehabilitation Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Cook and his staff aim to soothe aches and pains with targeted chiropractic treatments and muscle-melting massage. Three hydrotherapy-massage sessions tackle muscular pains through the combined forces of water, heat, and massage. While clients recline on the AquaMed bed, the system kneads achy backs and coos lullabies in the ear of sleepy spinal cords to decrease tension, boost circulation, and send a surge of endorphins slip-and-sliding through the body.
Alternatively with the chiropractic package, doctors work with patients to correct spinal misalignments and treat health issues such as carpal-tunnel syndrome, headaches, and headaches from worrying about getting carpal-tunnel syndrome. An initial session searches out the root causes of pain with a thorough exam and up to two x-rays, allowing doctors to tailor consequent treatments to the individual’s specific concerns. Chiropractic adjustments aim to unkink crooked spines, and mechanical rolling traction manipulates target areas with rollers as clients recline on a specialized bed. At the end of their four visits, patients may notice decreased muscle tension for improved movement, lower blood pressure, and an increased muscle range for more satisfactory self-portraits of flexing in the bathroom mirror.
Peninsula Pain & Rehabilitation Center
Dr. Michael Cook sees a person's health directly correlating with the condition of their nervous system. Following this logic, virtually every illness and ailment can be traced to the spinal cord, which transmits electric signals between the brain and the body's complex system of blinking traffic lights. Though skilled in such far-reaching, drug-free techniques as acupuncture and Gua Sha, Dr. Cook and his team primarily focus on chronic pain in the neck and lower back. Dr. Cook thoroughly examines spines to assuage soreness, hunting for herniated discs with hands and x-rays before nudging them into place with adjustments or taking pressure off with gentle, FDA-cleared lumbar decompression techniques. Dry hydrotherapy beds augment pain relief by massaging muscles from behind a waterproof barrier with a series of warm-water jets, which knead away tension and boost circulation as they rove over the back.
11015 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, Virginia 23601