Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Lorri Cobbins professionally polishes bone blankets into taut physique canvases with an array of cosmetic and reconstructive services. Specializing in breast surgery and body contouring, Dr. Cobbins uses the same care and skillful techniques to artfully execute such nonsurgical procedures as Botox, an injectable solution that smoothes facial-fabric wrinkles. With 20 units of Botox, choose to unfurrow brows into ascending arches or de-wrinkle crow's-feet surrounding vision viewfinders. The procedure takes as little as 10 minutes, with no downtime and full results in 3–5 days.
Tanning Bed bronzes bodies with a bevy of beds calibrated to control the ideal combo of UVA and UVB light. The tanning center's tanning beds offer a better way to copperize your chassis by allowing you to control your exposure to the sun's trilogy of UV rays. Thanks to a set of beds sporting bulbs that are regularly changed, tanners receive the maximum bronzing benefit from the warm, relaxing bath of vitamin-D rich light. Customers can choose to generate a golden bod through an array of options, including one-week ($9.99), one-month ($39.99), and three-month ($89.99) memberships. Packages of two ($9.99), 10 ($39.99), and 20 visits ($69.99) are also available, helping turn your skin bronze more efficiently than wearing a dress of living goldfish.
Licensed massage therapist Ken Samarra owns Samarra Massage, a private massage and relaxation studio on University Ave. Here, he offers customized spa bodywork, ranging from The Bliss—a one-hour full-body relaxation massage—to shiatsu, a Japanese acupressure massage designed to relieve chronic stress and tension. Have a deep-tissue massage, a hot-stone treatment, or unwind during a couples massage at this calming, quiet studio.
After earning her massage-therapist license in the state of New York, Erica Lawatsch, LMT, continued to hone her craft beside massage tables in gyms, spas, and medical offices. Having mastered the principles of muscle manipulation, Erica sought other techniques with which to expand her therapeutic-knowledge arsenal. Her thirst finally led to certifications in personal training and Thai massage, and her desire to share her talents with as many clients as possible led her to open her own office in 2011. Today, Erica weaves the many strands of her experience and expertise into custom massages that blend an array of bodywork techniques to best mend individual aches and pains. She alternates flowing strokes and deep, concentrated pressure to loosen up tight muscles and soothe backs sore from subbing for the net during tennis matches.
Though Mary Coan and Kathy Lightner, the doctor and nurse practitioner behind Integrative Family Care at the Springs do prescribe pharmaceuticals to optimize their clients’ health, they also believe in the power that changes to diet, exercise, and environment can bring. It’s with this mindset at heart that they work closely with massage therapists, chiropractors, and naturopaths in minimizing the chance of disease and relieving pain. With the help of Cynosure Elite and PinPointe lasers, they also administer facial, vein, toenail-fungus-removal, and hair-removal treatments.