Within the onsite optical lab at each Eyeworks location, opticians perform virtually any act of optical alchemy, whether forging new bifocals, mending bent or broken frames, or glazing lenses in protective coatings that cut down on glare and scratches. Armed with a knack for style, opticians cull from the stores' collection of designer frames—including popular models from Dakota Smith and Lafont and exclusive lines from Soho and Okki—to match each customer with a look to suit their personality and facial structure. Before either can get to work, however, optometrists conduct comprehensive eye exams, helping patients maintain healthy, focused vision by honing new prescriptions and diagnosing potential diseases such as cataracts or early-onset googly eyes.
Atlanta Lash Addict's staff elongates eyelashes with a variety of extensions. They apply natural-looking fringe extensions lash by lash for an undetectable enhancement, like radar-blocking technology on a fighter jet or a fighter bicycle. The team's specialty lash applications include "The Flirt" and "The Tease," which is the most popular variety and tailored for attention-loving divas. Revamped eye fringe lasts anywhere from two to three weeks, and the staff also provides lash tinting or removal.
Reiki is a system for healing and self-improvement that was developed in the early 1900s in Japan. Reiki healing sessions restore positive well-being by promoting relaxation, stress relief, pain relief and balance for body, mind and spirit.
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Dr. James Freemont's credentials speak to his ability to synthesize Eastern and Western medicine. After graduating from the Emory University School of Medicine, he decided to augment his specialties in gynecology and obstetrics by learning acupuncture. He took up studies at the Helms Medical Institute's Medical Acupuncture for Physicians course, a program administered through UCLA. These days, Dr. Freemont applies his medical training toward gynecology and infertility services, and he performs acupuncture treatments that bust back pain, head off headaches, and pop pool ring buoys that clients can't remove without ruining their makeup.
Therapists at Feet Press Spa draw on thousands of years of ancient Chinese healing methods to perform the spa's [massage services(http://www.atlantafeetspa.com/about/). They specialize in a style of Chinese massage that incorporates accupressure and foot reflexology, a modality that boosts the body's natural healing abilities through the stimulation of pressure points on the feet.
Dr. M. Farooq Ashraf mastered the excimer laser as a member of the faculty at Johns Hopkins University, and he now wields the ultramodern tool as he adds to his career tally of more than 35,000 LASIK procedures. As founder and medical director of Atlanta Vision Institute, he draws upon his skills as a board-certified ophthalmologist to correct nearsighted, farsighted, and astigmatic vision with refractive surgery. In addition to giving the gift of sight, Dr. Ashraf gives back to the community by supporting local charities and providing discounted services to financially strapped Cyclopes.