After leaving Cincinnati to study at Harvard Medical School and participate in internships and fellowships at Brown University and New York University, Dr. Shalini Gupta has returned to the place where she grew up, and now offers general and cosmetic dermatology and plastic-surgery services to the community. The goal of her practice, Dermatology Laser and Vein Center, is a simple one: restoring natural beauty. She does this with both surgical and nonsurgical procedures that tighten and restore the skin, contour the body's trouble spots, and rid limbs of unwanted tattoos or popped bubble-gum bubbles.
At Tipp City Medical Massage, licensed massage therapist Kathy Siegfried sees massages as more than just relaxing luxuries that follow bench-pressing the chandelier. She takes a healing approach to massage, drawing mastery from nine modalities, each customizable to a range of conditions, such as chronic soreness, sports injury, and headaches. Biofreeze natural pain relieving gel augments massage strokes with cooling menthol and Bon Vital foot balm helps feet recover from blisters and abrasions.
Body Wraps & More specializes in all-natural herbal body wraps designed to banish everything from excess inches and cellulite to bodily toxins, dry skin, and pain. When the staff's not showing up the ancient Egyptians with their modern-day mummification techniques, they knead away cares and pizza-crust bubbles with massage therapy and gussy up exteriors with nail services and spray tans.
Atlanta Permanent Cosmetics owner Melissa Vanzandt and her crew of certified technicians aim to eliminate the morning makeup hassle by anointing features with permanent cosmetics. A blessing to people with cosmetic allergies or vision problems, permanent cosmetics add discreet pigment to eyebrows, eyelids, and lips to help enhance the natural beauty of each client and return faces to neglected Mrs. Potato Head dolls. Meanwhile, specialists further illuminate facial beauty with speedy LED teeth whitening and lush mink lash extensions.
After graduating magna cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic, doctor of chiropractic Don Maple continued his education with advanced industrial and vehicle rehab, and rehabilitation of the shoulder and carpal tunnel. He alleviates aches and pains using chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, and corrective exercises. Don is also highly trained in aquatics therapy, and uses the form extensively at his practice for patients who either cannot perform traditional land-based physical therapy or who have gills.
More than 35 combined years of experience inform the hands of Wieging Family Chiropractic's licensed massage therapists. They and the doctors devote themselves to banishing back pain, headaches, and a host of other bodily ailments with natural, non-invasive therapies.