First Chiropractic & Acupuncture

14701 Lee Hwy Ste 307, Centreville

$50.40 for Chiropractic Exam with Adjustment at First Chiropractic & Acupuncture ($335 Value)

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Highlights

During the chiropractic exam, get a spinal adjustment, electronic muscle stimulation, infrared, and active release technique

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Kathleen
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January 5, 2022
Very friendly, great service.
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Marcia
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
September 10, 2021
My doctor was knowledgeable and professional, as was the assistant; she was very courteous and forgiving as I was a few minutes late due to traffic! I’ve already booked my next appointment.
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August 24, 2021
Awesome I recommend it for everyone
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Brenda
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July 27, 2021
Super nice and professional all around. Will definitely return.
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Maggie
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
June 22, 2021
Wonderful friendly staff allowed me to come in a few minutes early because I had to get back home quickly. Got a thorough assessment and a wonderful treatment.
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About This Deal

The Deal

$50.40 for a complete chiropractic exam ($335 value)

  • One spinal adjustment
  • Electronic muscle stimulation
  • Intersegmental traction
  • Infrared
  • Active release technique

Electrical Muscle Stimulation: A Galvanizing Treatment

Your practitioner may use electrical muscle stimulation to help restore the muscular system to health. Read on to learn what to expect—and why it works.

Electricity powers almost every aspect of modern life, but long before Edison and Tesla, humankind had already harnessed the power of voltage with every flexed bicep. Muscles move by electrical stimulation, but it turns out they aren’t too picky about where that stimulation comes from. An electrode placed in the right spot can cause a muscle to extend or contract, and this phenomenon can be used for pain relief, physical therapy, and restoring power to the brain after a thunderstorm. Patients typically feel a mild tingling sensation as the electricity travels through the body, sometimes extending to a muscle twitch.

Power to the People

The uses of electrical muscle stimulation are as varied as the kind of people licensed to use the technique. A chiropractor might use it to relax muscle spasms or gently reeducate a muscle group caught in painful patterns. A physical therapist can help bring an atrophied limb back to life by gradually building up its muscle strength via repeated contractions. Some aestheticians use tiny electrical currents to try to tone facial muscles, and there’s at least one FDA-cleared device designed to tone the abdominal muscles at home.

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