Doctor of Chiropractic Ken Ross and the team at Lake Mary Health & Wellness keep bodies in balance with an array of natural hands-on therapies, including spinal adjustments, massage, and physical therapy. They also tend to the aesthetic needs of their clients within their onsite beauty studio, Lake Mary Body Contouring. Here, the technicians firm and tighten faces and bodies without resorting to surgery. First, they hold an in-depth, one-on-one consultation with clients to determine how they'll custom tailor their treatments. They might opt for a face-lifting microcurrent facial, a skin-sloughing microdermabrasion, or a collagen-boosting and tightening ultrasound or radio-frequency facial. To tackle unwanted fat, they use ultrasonic fat-reduction treatments, which are designed to help clients lose weight without dieting excessively or pushing their car to work every morning. The technicians track each client's progress throughout their treatments, which are noninvasive and require no downtime.
Each Eye Doctor?s Optical Outlets location is doctor-owned, uniting the staff with a common vision to sharpen sight and boost eye health. Eye examinations reveal prescriptions and uncover any other ocular problems. After patients choose a new set of lenses, the in-house technicians get to work crafting them in the shop?s own lab rather than sending them off to be made during a summer camp?s arts and crafts day. Sundry designer frames border eyes in looks from Giorgio Armani and Marc Jacobs to Nike and Harley Davidson, and there is usually a trio of technicians in the shop, enabling multiple clients to summon help with a single pigeon call.
More like a clubhouse for the fitness-minded than a gym, Nutri Danzé invites patrons of all shapes and sizes to hone healthy lifestyles through invigorating, dance-infused classes. Punchy wall colors and music from around the globe make the space buzz with contagious energy as participants shake, dip, and hip roll their way to stronger bodies. Among many class offerings, Latin-inspired Zumba sweat sessions offer an intense aerobic workout, while indian belly dance helps make students’ body language bilingual.
When Michelle J. Alley decided to expand her career in massage to include holistic therapies such as acupuncture and Oriental medicine, she didn't just enroll in a local school. She hopped on a plane to Tokyo, where she studied Toyo Hari—a specialized form of acupuncture—under 40 of its senior practitioners. Back in America, she now serves as a member of the Toyo Hari Association's North American contingent.
At her wellness clinic, Altamonte Acupuncture, Michelle administers a vast range of services that integrates both massage and acupuncture. Other treatments include gua sha cupping therapy and reflexology, which, like acupuncture, are focused on improving whole-body function by boosting circulation and clearing stagnant energy. Because her services can ease the symptoms of a wide variety of ailments, loyal clients include everyone from athletes with chronic soreness to war veterans with injury-related pain.
As the upbeat music begins, exercisers take their spots at their individual stations. Some grab weights, others bosu balls, but regardless, they're all ready to work out together. This is the Body Blitz class at Revitalize Life Inc, one of the center's two high-energy group workout classes. But the center's trainers aren't satisfied with simply getting clients in shape; they also want to help people achieve their goals in other areas of their lives. That's why the trainers also offer life coaching, sessions of which might cover everything from developing motivation tactics and overcoming fears to improving personal relationships.
The husband-wife duo behind Beyond Chiropractic is devoted to treating the three primary bringers of disease?traumas, toxins, and negative thoughts. They do this through lifestyle advice, spinal adjustments, and nutritional counseling, and by treating each patient as a whole person, instead of just a collection of symptoms and state quarters. A mother herself, Doctor of Chiropractic Danielle Silberstein-Clarke takes a special interest in prenatal and pediatric care, whereas Doctor of Chiropractic Roy Clarke holds additional training in scoliosis correction techniques.