Chiropractic at the Oscars, Hollywood's Best Kept Beauty Secret

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - February 09, 2016) -  Many people go to a Chiropractor for back pain and to treat various injuries but Hollywood has a secret: chiropractic treatment can also help you look better. By improving your posture with a series of adjustments, muscle releases and exercises you can appear taller, more attractive and have a flatter stomach. Celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Leonardo DiCaprio and Gisele Bundchen see a Chiropractor regularly to feel and look their best.

"I leave my chiropractor's office feeling fresh and rejuvenated and back in line the way I should be," said Katherine Kelly Lang, The Bold and the Beautiful.

As a doctor specializing in cosmetic chiropractic, Dr. Liza Egbogah has been treating an enviable roster of celebrities from her downtown Toronto clinic for almost 8 years. Following the success of her mini treatments at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, Dr. Egbogah will be providing her signature express red carpet treatment for celebrities and media attending this years Oscars. Dr. Liza will be stationed in a beautiful gifting suite at The London West Hollywood offering the 'Neck + Shoulder fix' which consists of muscle work to release tight neck and shoulder muscles followed by some manual stretching. This treatment will leave Hollywood feeling and looking better by increasing the circulation to the face and lowering shoulders giving a longer, leaner, more youthful appearance. 

So this year when you see your favorite celebrity glowing on the red carpet you will have to wonder if they got their chiropractic fix.

Dr. Liza Egbogah is one of North America's leading Chiropractic doctors and clinic director of the|fix|, downtown Toronto's boutique comprehensive chiropractic and massage clinic. She is a sought after health and wellness expert and has provided expert opinions for numerous television programs, newspapers, magazines, radio shows, the Ontario government, workplaces, athletes andproductions.