CPR Cell Phone Repair?s team of certified technicians operates an emergency room for electronics?repairing or replacing broken phone components for walk-in customers. The in-house teams at more than 200 locations worldwide draw on a vast inventory of parts to quickly fix broken screens, batteries, or home and power buttons while customers wait. They can also repair water damage and recycle un-fixable phones.
At Sassy's Computers, we will hand-build your new Windows PC with the same quality and speed that has made us #1 in Asheville NC for the past 16 years. We also sell new laptops that are custom-built to your needs! Sassy's has the fastest Computer repair in Asheville.
Technology always changes, which means that technology repair does, too. The staff at Tech Suavvy stays abreast of these advancements in order to properly diagnose and correct computer problems. Techs also teach one-on-one lessons and classes so that their clients can better understand why their computers refuse to eat floppy disks after a certain age.
Owner Danny Myung grew Classic City Computing from the ground up, relying at first on his know-how alone to enhance electronics' performance and wipe away malignant files and lingering USB-port phantasms. Today, Myung employs a team of devout BlackBerry users and Bluetooth headset wearers who stay on hand to update clients on the condition of their valued equipment. In addition to computer repair and maintenance, the team also custom builds servers and workstations and installs home theaters and security cameras.
Some of the work that NLCG Tech's computer repairmen complete is pro-bono. They'll rebuild or refurbish a pre-owned computer and donate it to someone unable to afford a new one. For regular clients, though, their services are equally helpful. Though the technicians specialize in custom-building computers, they also ensure that desktops, laptops, and tablets are set up correctly and in working order. Plus, they can transfer files from one computer to another.
Throughout her more than 25 years in practice, Doctor of Chiropractic Cynthia Schade has always aimed to treat more than the back. She thinks of each patient as a whole person, and that conscientious care shows in her methods. Two of her own staff members became health care practitioners as a result of her treatments: Kelly Grosch found relief from tennis elbow thanks to Dr. Schade's knowledge of the soft-tissue-mobilization method known as the Graston technique, and went on to become a chiropractor and master the technique herself.
Today, Dr. Schade and her staff at Active Life Wellness and Healthcare, including fellow chiropractor Cynthia Lara, ease clients’ aches and promote their wellness in a welcoming environment. Their careful adjustments and soothing massages can treat a variety of conditions, including injuries resulting from car accidents and neck pain resulting from chain mail ties.