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What You'll Get
Without massages, shoulders would stiffen into immobility and fall victim to freeloading parrots and the burden of carrying Earth's heavyset brother, Girth. Pamper your perches with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a one-hour massage (a $65 value)
- $39 for a one-hour anti-aging microcurrent facial (a $115 value)
Massages take place in a private treatment room with soft lighting and soothing music. Therapists blend a variety of massage techniques—Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, and trigger-point—to coax stress and pain out of knotted muscles. Each therapeutic massage is customized to each client's specific ailments and can help to alleviate maladies such as muscle spasms, poor circulation, high blood pressure, and bad posture.
During the anti-aging microcurrent facial, specialists scan the skin with a specialized wand that helps to fortify the epidermis by boosting collagen and elastin production. The treatment, which also takes place in a private room, works to smooth fine lines and wrinkles without the use of chemicals.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required or $25 fee may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Summit Spine and Wellness
Dr. Lenny Roberts is a champion of perseverance. After making it to the 1993 NCAA Division III National Football Championship, he underwent his sixth knee surgery and was forced to call it quits. But "quit" isn't exactly in Dr. Roberts's vocabulary. He forged ahead to pursue a career in amateur boxing and won a silver medal in the 1999 Georgia Games before conquering the San Diego marathon in 2006 and the Philadelphia Triathlon in 2008. After earning his chiropractic doctorate from Life University, Dr. Roberts fused sports with medicine in what some might consider a dream job: chiropractic consultant for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Today, Dr. Roberts treats patients with the same care that he would afford an NBA player or a baby who has been drafted into the NBA. His chiropractic services help to improve spinal biomechanics, implementing techniques ranging from spinal decompression to extremity adjustments for joints such as shoulders, ankles, and wrists. He also works closely with his staff to help relieve pains, induce relaxation, and rejuvenate the skin with massage therapy and beauty treatments.
When he isn't mastering endurance sports, healing NBA players, or diffusing suspicions that he is Batman, Dr. Roberts volunteers his time for Habitat for Humanity and Little League baseball.