Acupuncture can ease the aches and pains caused by working on your feet all day and spending all night in an alley full of rocks and garbage. Pick yourself up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $59 for two acupuncture sessions with an initial consultation (a $150 value)
- $109 for four basic acupuncture sessions with an initial consultation (a $300 value)
- $72 for one basic acupuncture session with an initial consultation (a $75 value) and a one-hour massage (a $75 value; a $150 total value)<p>
After a consultation that answers any questions and concerns, an acupuncturist inserts tiny needles in various parts of the body to help enact its natural healing mechanisms and alleviate pain and stress. Each session lasts around 30-minutes. Needle-free acupuncture is available for an additional cost. For the third option, clients seeking further relaxation undergo their choice of Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, pregnancy, sports, or aromatherapy massage.<p>
Schwan Chiropractic & Acupuncture
After a motorcycle accident left his 16-year-old body injured and in pain, Douglas Schwan faced a choice that would end up defining his future. Rather than having steel rods surgically implanted in his back, he paid his first visit to a chiropractor, whose integrated, noninvasive methods left an impression on his career path as well as his body.
Fast-forward to the present day: after three decades as a chiropractor, Dr. Schwan continues to distinguish himself through publications and his daily work at Schwan Chiropractic & Acupuncture. He approaches each patient’s condition with a philosophy of integrated wellness, drawing on acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine as well as chiropractic adjustments. He often blends these techniques to ease complaints such as chronic pain and stress from working long hours in the office or as a human bridge.
In line with his holistic philosophy, Dr. Schwan sometimes employs acupuncture to help patients to lose weight, quit smoking, and fight fine lines and wrinkles with both needle and needle-free acupuncture. Face-lift acupuncture treatments stimulate acupuncture points with rubber electrodes, smoothing out complexions without the risk of surgery or the embarrassingly high-pitched voice associated with helium injections. Dr. Schwan’s embrace of modern technology extends to computerized acupuncture, which digitally charts meridians to determine the exact locations of physical ailments.