Doctor of Chiropractic Ellis Smith believes that everyone can benefit from chiropractic care?he even extends his services to children, as some treatments may reduce the severity of allergies, asthma, and ADD. He realigns the spines of adult patients with adjustments or refers them to on-staff massage therapist Ayla Fialko,?who gently works out muscular kinks. Fialko also provides body waxing out of Kamala Therapeutic Services, enabling patients to look as smooth on the outside as they feel on the inside after a treatment.
The staff at Finger Lakes Spine & Body Works aims to improve patients on both the outside and inside. Chiropractors, acupuncturists, and massage therapists work to alleviate physical ailments that range from headaches to sciatica to insomnia. Their services include manual and instrument adjustments, herbs, and massages. A cosmetologist focuses on pampering bodies with mani-pedis and facials that use natural and non-toxic products.
Massage therapists, fitness instructors, and nutritional consultants join forces at Pocono Body Wellness Studio to promote holistic health in all its forms. Therapists de-stress musculature with acupuncture and numerous massage modalities, and ear-candling sessions can help relieve tension in sinuses, which cannot be massaged. Elsewhere in the studio, resident aestheticians further enhance bodies with facials, waxes, and mani-pedis. The staff makes frequent contributions to charities, donating 5% of the proceeds of every massage package they book to a children's hospital in Philadelphia.
Dinnett Moore, massage therapist and founder of A Touch of Moore, believes the benefits of a massage should last long after the therapist's hands stop kneading the client's muscles. That's why she and her team have worked to master effective healing techniques?including connective-tissue massage, lymphatic drainage, and deep-tissue massage?that boost overall health in addition to relieving stress. Massage therapy isn't the only specialty here, though: clients can also opt for purifying facials, mani-pedis, waxing, haircuts, and other spa and salon services.
The founder and director of Dermatology Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Dr. Christopher A. Snyder, leads an aesthetically trained staff in revising clients' guises via cosmetic, medical, and surgical care. Traditional dermatology services can unburden bodies suffering from embarrassing conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and whipped cream leftover from the office pie toss, as well as treating the skin-based symptoms of cancer and infections. Visages travel back in time with medi-spa treatments, including chemical peels, facials, and waxing, alongside injectibles that attempt to return façades to their factory-issued forms. Borrowing from the technology of every sci-fi movie, laser treatments can eradicate unwanted hair, reverse scarring and imperfections, and entertain lackadaisical housecats
Elements Salon and Day Spa turns frizzies into flowing locks and achy bodies into rejuvenated organ carriers with a multitudinous mélange of spa and salon services. Pamper cranium covers with eco-friendly Aveda products during a cut and style ($5+ for children, $16+ for men, and $26+ for women) or banish unwanted hair by waxing lip lines ($15), underarms ($30), or eyebrows ($12). Guests can also opt for a beautifying manicure ($17) or pedicure ($36) to prepare phalanges for spring showcasing or try a soothing knead from a certified massage therapist ($30–$100) to reward hardworking backs after a week of textbook-toting or summer sandal shot-putting.