If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, Europeans probably don’t understand the math; but the practitioners at Dimick Family Chiropractic are based in the metric-system-declining U.S., so they get it. With that knowledge, they use spinal adjustments and massage therapy to prevent as well as to treat ailments of the body. Under the direction of Doctor of Chiropractic Jeffrey M. Dimick, practitioners seek out the root cause of maladies and address them through holistic means. In addition to adjustments and massage, they use kinesio taping and spinal decompression to put the body back into balance, unlike a child’s checkbook.
Revol Wireless provides cell-phone and landline service for a flat monthly rate, devoid of long-term contracts. In-store, customers can find phone cases, chargers, and headsets, along with smartphones from brands such as LG and Alcatel.
Bella Pizzeria spins its New York–style dough discs from more than 27 different topping options, including five types of cheese. Cast your vote for thin crust or deep dish by the slice ($2.85–$5), or gear up for heated fan-club presidential campaigns by sharing the spoils of a whole pizza ($11.99–$25.99). Bella Pizzeria's menu also furnishes plates with calzones ($5.79), subs ($5.89), and a selection of pastas ($5.89). Indulge in the cheese-swathed excellence of the ham, ricotta, and mozzarella calzone, a slab of baked ground-beef lasagna topped with homemade marinara sauce, or bask in the flat-screens' glowing athletic combat as the Bella sub's team of prosciutto, capicola, salami, ham, provolone, and veggie conquer your hunger.