Spines are fickle beasts, easily irked by day-to-day situations such as slouching over a keyboard or being stepped on by a rhinoceros. Put an out-of-whack support beam back in whack with today’s Groupon: for $29, you get a massage and chiropractic package at Queens Center Chiropractic in Elmhurst (a $310 value).<p>
The package includes the following:
- A consultation
- A chiropractic examination
- A report of findings and recommendations
- A 60-minute deep-tissue massage
- Postural exercises<p>
Doctor of Chiropractic Emmanuel Tsourounakis has silenced bodily creaks and groans for more than 30 years, assisted by a talented team of professionals. During a chiropractic examination, Tsourounakis scours backs for signs of misalignment or pain-causing maladies. Stiff figures then sprawl out as a licensed massage therapist digs deep into muscles, dislodging deep-seated pain and soreness with 60 minutes of firm deep-tissue massage. Uniting firm and flowing strokes, the massage can help increase blood circulation, reduce stress, and repair the steam-powered levers and pulleys powering spines. Up to one hour of back-cracking chiropractic services will follow. A spinal evaluation and consultation delves into patients’ health history before a specialist inspects painful points and achy spots along the spine. After postural exercises, the vertebrae-caressing session winds down as the doctor doles out recommendations about how to maintain a properly aligned spinal mast, which will allow your body to tack into the wind and evade krakens.
Queens Center Chiropractic
Doctor of Chiropractic Emanuel Tsourounakis has silenced bodily creaks and groans for more than 30 years, assisted by a talented team of professionals. To ease pains and promote wellness, he entwines tried-and-true chiropractic adjustments and massage techniques with advanced equipment. An impulse adjuster helps single out troublemaking vertebrae, rotating and guiding them into healthier positions with gentle percussion and tactful suggestions. ArthroStims target spots, such as cranial bones and areas affected by TMJ, that are difficult for fingers to reach.