Give the Gift of Health
If you’re having trouble finding the perfect gift for your friends, family, coworker, etc., we’ve got you covered. Gift giving is all about bringing joy to your loved one’s life, and the fact of the matter is, it can be hard to bring joy to someone who’s lost their health. Rather than giving a gift that lasts a few days, a season, or a year, Dr. Ryan and Ashley Berlin discuss giving a gift that will last a lifetime – the gift of health.
While health may seem like a huge gift, it doesn’t have to be. Many of our MaxLiving doctors offer a discounted price on the first visit, which is a perfect option to gift your loved one so they can get started in the office and get a baseline of where their health is currently. Another option is to give your loved ones metabolic testing. MaxMetabolix is our functional nutrition & toxicity testing program that helps to detect disruptions & deficiencies in the body. If you’re looking to give more than just one visit or test, you could also give an entire care plan so that your friend or family member has all of their chiropractic visits taken care of.
Ashley and Ryan mention other health-related items that they’ve gifted throughout the years, including any of our MaxLiving supplements, or the MaxLiving Align Your Health: Maximizing Your Pregnancy, Birth, and Newborn book.
No matter how big or how small the gift you decide to get this holiday season, consider if it will make an impact on that person’s life. Health is something that everyone needs, but a lot of people don’t value until they lose it. Get started by contacting your nearest MaxLiving office.
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