While it doesn't provide the discomfort and high ticket prices associated with an airport pat-down, a massage is still an effective tool for discovering concealed knives and small firearms. Prove you’re not packing while relieving chronic pain with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get a trigger-point therapy massage (a $75 value) at The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center. Those who schedule a follow-up appointment will receive a $15 discount from the normal price of $35 per half hour or $60 per hour. Redeem at either the center in Greensburg or on Bruceton Road in the city.
Myofascial trigger-point therapy is a form of therapeutic massage therapy that specifically targets chronic muscle pain. Trigger points are areas within one muscle that send pain signals to other parts of the body. With today's deal, Jeffrey A. Lutz, a certified trigger-point massage therapist, will hone in on the offending source of pain and quickly send it the way of the dinosaurs using the asteroid impact of his hands. The result of this therapy is actual pain relief, not temporary relief that leads to continued aches and the hair-frizzing stress of worrying about them.
Trigger-point therapy can be used to target numerous conditions, including headaches, fibromyalgia, and face and jaw pain, to name just a few maladies. Although the Wellness Center treats a variety of causes and conditions, trigger-point therapy is typically recommended for those who have experienced pain for at least 3 weeks.
Jeffrey Lutz founded The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center to help chronic pain victims after time spent suffering from an illness that didn't easily fit onto a bullet point on an insurance form. He has first-hand experience with the frustrations of numerous doctor visits, failed treatment attempts, and endless rows of shoulder shrugs. This experience created a wellspring of compassion on which he founded the Wellness Center, and as a patient, you can expect to benefit from it. If you're already working with a physician, the Wellness Center will happily coordinate its treatment with your doctor, bridging several rungs on the medical Jacob's ladder. Additionally, the therapists are committed to working with each patient to identify ailments early on and help you participate in your own recovery. So whether you're living through an episode of Mystery Diagnosis, or you simply wrenched your neck while living among the giraffe herds of eastern Manhattan, you'll find an attentive ear and therapeutic relief with today's Groupon.
New clients only.
Take a look at what some clients are saying about The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center:
- I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude with thanks going above and beyond the care and help you have given me. – Jeanne, testimonial
- Jeff was able to alleviate the discomfort in my back in three visits. A major component of his treatment involves educating the client about stretches and exercises to prevent reoccurrences of the problem. – Susan, testimonial
- My muscle pain from fibromyalgia and pain following spinal fusion surgery was much improved after my first visit. After four appointments with Jeff, I am almost pain free. – Rosemary, testimonial
The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center
The massage therapists at The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center listen closely to patients' descriptions of aches and pains and use these reports to build personalized treatments. During bodywork sessions, therapists begin by adjusting environmental factors—music, lighting, and trade winds—to create a space that's completely free of stress factors. They go on to customize the style and pressure of each touch, rooting out pain as clients sprawl on heated tables with scentless linens. The lead therapist specializes in sports therapy, which helps athletes optimize their performance, and works alongside other therapists who practice deep-tissue, Swedish, pregnancy, myofascial trigger-point therapy, and other modalities. The Pain Treatment & Wellness Center also offers cosmetic services and treatments including skin care, facials, waxing, and microdermabrasion.