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What You'll Get
Acupuncture treatments are used to relieve pain, increase energy, and improve well-being, unlike normal puncture treatments, which are only used when patients are filled with helium. Let your ailments float away with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get a holistic wellness package (a $150 value) at Wexford Wellness CARE in Wexford. The package includes:
- An oriental medical exam
- A 60-minute acupuncture session<p>
Led by Doctor of Chiropractic James Millen, the healing hands at Wexford Wellness CARE take a multifaceted approach to holistic medicine through chiropractic, massage, physical-therapy, and acupuncture services. For centuries, Chinese acupuncture techniques have encouraged free-flowing chi by unblocking pathways with strategically placed ultrafine needles. The National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization both recognize acupuncture as effective for treating stress, respiratory ailments, addictions, and impersonating porcupines.
After conducting an initial oriental medical exam, acupuncturist Daniel Johnson creates a custom treatment plan suited to each client’s needs. As each needle slides into place, human pincushions may feel a tingling, numbing, or itching sensation. Some even feel sore during or after the treatment. Even so, clients typically do not experience significant pain or shape-altering deflation.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wexford Wellness Care
Between the chiropractic doctor and medical team at Wexford Wellness care, enough knowledge exists to offer a range of nontraditional pain treatments. Chiropractic adjustments can ease not only physical pain, but also chemical and emotional. The same is true of acupuncture—which grows from Chinese medicinal routes and uses internal energy to align bodies—and massage, which can assuage stress and aches. Physical therapy, on the other hand, focuses on physical injuries, working to build up muscles and phonographs to their former glory.