Everyone loves a calm person, until that person calmly announces the ship will be sinking shortly. Keep your body relaxed in any situation with today’s Groupon: for $55, you get one-hour swedish massage (a $65 value), a 30-minute sauna session (a $30 value), and 30 minutes on a thermal massage bed (a $20 value) at The Healing Joint in Scottsdale’s Oak Plaza (a $115 total value).
The Healing Joint treats relief-seeking clients to body-, mind-, and spirit-balancing services that knead and heat stress until it leaps out of bodies in defeat. The relaxation package begins with an hour-long swedish massage brought by the healing hands of a licensed massage therapist, who sorts through deep layers of muscle and connective tissue to effect an overall state of back-happiness. After the shoulder-and-neck experience, Grouponers wend their way to the Far Infrared sauna. Inside, thermal heat will safely raise the body’s core temperature, detoxifying vital organs and downloading upgrades for circulation and immune systems.
Finally, clients climb onto the jade thermal-healing massage bed, which again harnesses thermal heat power to push warmth as far as three inches down into muscles. The bed’s jade rollers massage the body, rolling up and down to seek out any stress molecules that may be cowering in the corner like a neglected simile. A lingering bodily hotness clings to customers after the treatment and can still be felt an hour later.
The Healing Joint
In professional sports, elbows tear, knees pop, and backs give out, sidelining an athletic career in a matter of moments. Doctor of Chiropractic Rambod Derakhshani once helped world-class athletes get back on the field to play the sports they love. Now, Dr. D, as his patients know him, offers his chiropractic services at The Healing Joint, serving clients ranging from body builders and triathletes to regular 9-to-5ers. In his Oak Plaza office, Dr. D aims to spend ample time with each patient, employing spinal manipulation to help relieve bone and joint aches and more advanced Active Release Techniques to help heal injured muscles and tendons.