Redeemed April 9, 2014
What You'll Get
It's a commonly known fact that people with good posture are often mistaken for statues and invited into the homes of the wealthy. See how the other half lives with today's Groupon: for $85, you get an consultation, exam, x-rays, and a 50-minute therapeutic massage at Whole Family Chiropractors at the Mosaic complex off Mueller Boulevard (a $310 value).
Doctor of Chiropractic Michelle Paris and her back-bolstering staff vanquish spinal tension and keep central Austin vertebrae on the straight and narrow with chiropractic and massage-therapy services. After your consultation, chiropractic exam, and x-rays, Dr. Paris will determine the specifics of your professional, therapeutic massage and then schedule a return appointment for a much-needed kneading that will address your back, joint, and muscle problems and stop you from waking up in the morning feeling like you were hastily assembled by elves the night before.
- Michelle is extremely knowledgeable about how the body works and why, provides a wealth of information and treatment approaches, has a flexible and friendly staff, and a lovely office. – Trasi J., Yelp
- I had never seen a chiropractor before and I'm completely sold - amazing healing power. I'm so happy to have had relief and am pain free to this day. – rebska, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. New patients only. 24hr cancellation notice or $35 fee may apply. 2 appointments required for treatment. Doctor will determine if x-ray is medically necessary & appropriate. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Whole Family Chiropractors
When Michelle Paris moved from Ohio to San Francisco, it was like entering a new world. A student of both opera and business, she saw the move as a chance to break out of her comfort zone. There, according to her website, she "hugged a tree and bought granola . . . and went to visit a chiropractor." Four visits later, her chronic migraines were gone. When it dawned on her that it had been months since she'd taken the pain-relief pills she was so accustomed to swallowing, she decided to go to medical school.
While volunteering at a hospital, Michelle noticed that prescription drugs were thrown at nearly every ailment, but she didn't want to foist drugs on people if there was another, more natural solution. So she enrolled at Life Chiropractic College West, where she graduated at the top of her class. Since then, this doctor of chiropractic has not only helped more than 3,500 patients back to healthy lifestyles, she's also stayed abreast of the latest healing techniques. For instance, she's become certified in the Graston technique—a method of rehabilitation that helps soft tissue heal after injuries caused by traumatic accidents or time spent operating a rickshaw for sumo wrestlers.