September is Functional Exam Month

Miller Sports & Wellness’s Signature Service is The Functional Exam, and this September it’s Functional Exam Month.

The Functional Exam

September is $35 Functional Exam Month at Miller Sports & WellnessThe Functional Exam is a functional assessment of your movement patterns including gait, squat, reaching, turning, twisting and more. It provides insight into all joints and regions of the body. Patients receive individualized treatment plans, home exercises and techniques to address weakness, instability, tightness and/or dysfunction.

The Functional Exam is what sets Miller Sports & Wellness apart from other providers. This service helps to identify to the root cause of pain, injury (both current and potential) as well as ways to enhance performance. Move well and be well.

Functional Exam Month

The Functional Exam is only $35 this September.  Regularly $135 for this 30 minute assessment, this promotion will save you $100.  Don’t miss this great opportunity!

Fine Print: $35 Functional Exam appointments will be performed between September 1, 2016 and September 30, 2016.  All Functional Exams are conducted by Ryan Lowery, Miller Sports & Wellness’s Athletic Trainer and Injury Assessment “Ninja”. Not combinable with other offers.

Please call our office (262) 366-3655 or contact us via email with questions or help scheduling.

Miller Sports & Wellness Chiropractic
About the Author
Miller Sports and Wellness (MSWC) is a team of movement specialists trained to help patients understand their unique movement and lifestyle habits to optimize their body's performance. MSWC is headed by Dr. Therese Miller, a Chiropractor with training in Active Release Technique® (ART®), a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist and overall fitness fanatic. Dr Miller loves to help patients create balance in their bodies by uncovering movement inefficiencies to get to the root cause of their pain and movement dysfunction.

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