$49 for 60-Minute Massage at Xiao Acupuncture Care, P.C. ($120 Value)

Xiao Acupuncture Care, P.C.

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· Reviewed November 11, 2017
I never made it there.


Nancy M. · 6 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· Reviewed July 19, 2017
Very relaxing massage and cupping session to help my muscles and circulation.


Rio O. · 1 reviews
· Reviewed June 26, 2017
This is not a fancy place, but you will get a solid massage. The massage was great. I got my full hour even though I was a few minutes late. Skilled masseur who made me feel comfortable and relaxed. The atmosphere leaves something to be wanted. The bed was somewhat uncomfortable, there was no music or essential oils in the air. If you are looking for a good massage at a low price, this place works

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  • $49 for a 60-minute massage ($120 value)

Fascia: A Twisted Web We Didn’t Weave Ourselves

Massage can be more than just relaxing; it can actually correct physical issues such as chronic pain. Learn about one such issue with Groupon’s look at the fascia.

Fascia, a dense connective tissue, is essentially a net that holds in muscles and blood vessels. Similar in structure to ligaments and tendons, fascia allows muscles to slide over each other during movement, keeps organs in their place, and gives nerves a protective wrapping for when they intersect with muscles. Fascia is classified into three categories: superficial fascia is a loose layer of tissue just below the skin’s surface; deep-muscle fascia is more intricate and binds muscles together; and visceral fascia envelops organs so that they never feel lonely or afraid.

Osteopathic doctors are trained in fascia form and function, and so they gently move the body to restore full movement to fascia. Fascia-manipulation techniques typically focus on deep muscular fascia, and myofascial therapy is thought to relieve soft tissue of pain. Chronic pain can result from poor posture or misalignment, which leads to tightness, and myofascial release seeks to make fascia more pliable.

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Appointment required, 48 hour advance notice required. Valid only for option purchased. Only Valid at the 850 7th Ave Suite 605 location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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