Learn about beneficial chiropractic practices while enjoying a three-course dinner in a festive Greek restaurant
- Expires May 22, 2013
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 6 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. All services must be used by the same person.
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Each person receives:
- One salad
- One entree
- One dessert
- One coffee or tea
During dinner at The Greek Islands restaurant, chiropractors Dr. Paul Given and Dr. Sheldon Cook lead a brief seminar on chiropractic techniques that can work to alleviate ailments such as migraines, lower back and neck pain, and arthritis. Diners must call King’s Town Chiropractic to reserve their table.King's Town Chiropractic
Dr. Paul Given and Dr. Sheldon Cook of King’s Town Chiropractic employ spine-tuning savvy to help calibrate off-kilter physiques with chiropractic and acupuncture treatments. Sessions kick off with a consultation that allows patients to point out aches and pains, followed by a thermal scan to detect misaligned spines and spot frayed nervous systems. Like a radiographic paparazzo, an x-ray stealthily captures images of eye-eluding bones to help the chiropractors identify wayward discs intent on imitating Pangaea’s drift. Once bodyscapes have been thoroughly scrutinized, a report detailing the exam’s findings is whipped up along with a plan for treatment designed to help alleviate individual ailments including headaches and sciatica. Chiropractic adjustments then unsnarl tangled spines, gently coaxing errant vertebrae back into place to help restore suppleness to over-taxed dorsal planes. Alternatively, acupuncture treatments utilize strategically placed needles to deflate tension and imbue bodies with a sense of balance and tranquility. Patients emerge from sessions feeling as relaxed and agile as a cheetah raking a zen garden.