The experts at Fountain of Youth MD know that looking youthful also means feeling energized. In this spirit, their facials combat signs of aging, while also incorporating luxurious extras, from blackhead extractions to the eyebrow cleanup that prevents brows from growing into a sweatband. Their microdermabrasion also brightens complexions, buffing away the outer layer of dead skin with a diamond-tipped Viora Pristine apparatus. However, the face is not their exclusive focus?the team also fosters full-body wellness with acupuncture, chiropractic adjustments, and custom diet plans.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Wellness, lipo-cavitation, and skin tightening.
Pro Tip: Located in the heart of Atlantic Station.
Come for a treatment then have some fun.
Dr. Taylor earned his title in 2005, when he graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and class honors. Not content to rest on his spinal-aligning laurels, he snatched up certifications in physical therapy and ultrasound therapy from the National Board of Medical Examiners. Now, he puts his skills to work at his two clinics, both called International Chiropractic. There, he gets folks adjusted and helps them recover from injuries using time-honored chiropractic treatments. He even promotes weight-loss through services such as lipo-cavitation, which uses ultrasound frequencies to dissolve fat cells and scare away any bats that might be clinging to your clothes.
In 2006, a series of surgeries stopped Michael Lally from enjoying the active life he was used to. Even after rigorous physical therapy, he was left with stabbing pain that limited his range of motion. Needing to change careers, Michael enrolled in massage school, and while he learned the techniques of Swedish and deep-tissue massages, his body began to heal. Now a licensed massage therapist and pain-free, Michael helps others find relief from new and chronic pain. His massage techniques include craniosacral and trigger-point therapy, as well as aromatherapy in calming scents such as lavender or rotten eggs.
The licensed massage therapists at the JwiSonceque Massage Boutique, located inside The Art of Wellness, knead tension and knots from their clients' backs using professional bodywork techniques. Massage not only helps relax the body and mind, but it is also beneficial in improving circulation, extending range of motion, and pushing stagnant toxins out of the lymphatic system's gutters.
Part of the ancient discipline of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is gaining more and more acceptance by practitioners of Western medicine. The treatment uses hair-thin needles placed into the skin to help alleviate the symptoms of a variety of health problems, including chronic pain, stress and anxiety, and gastrointestinal disorders.
During a client's first appointment at Northside Acupuncture, licensed acupuncturist Julie Shengaout reviews their medical history and Fantasy Football lineup and performs a physical examination. She also evaluates the client’s current medications, vitamins, and supplements before the acupuncture treatment.