Mary Berenics holds the power of healing in the palms of her hands. Well, more accurately, the power of healing resides within the palms of her hands. A licensed massage therapist, Mary undoes the damage of accumulated stress and strain with targeted massage treatment. Her specialties address a full spectrum of symptoms, from Swedish massages that relax tension to intense deep-tissue sessions that bust through years of scar tissue. She's even versed in the practice of pre- and post-natal massage, helping new mothers feel their best with bodywork that targets tired joints and muscles.
After working in the stressful, intense field of criminal justice, Tabitha Honaker-West turned to a more serene lifestyle by training to become a massage therapist. After graduating from the Dayton School of Medical Massage, she opened Ease, where she practices soothing Swedish massages. She also offers children’s massages, which help combat growing pains and ease the tension caused by strenuous games of hide and seek.
Overseen by Dr. Jennifer Cova, the nurses at The Complete Women's Practice apply specialized knowledge of the female body to protect and promote its health. Dr. Cova administers ob-gyn care and surgical services, approaching each patient as an individual, rather than as a number or Scrabble tile. Staff members supplement health care with cosmetic services, including laser treatments for skin rejuvenation or hair removal, facial treatments, and Botox and dermal fillers. Warm, modern treatment rooms in the spa-like office contain 27-inch computer screens that showcase treatment options and educational videos.
Julee Bourne, Smooth Reflections’ professional technician, betters skin suits with revitalizing epidermal treatments. Countenances covered by dry skin, dead cells, and last year’s birthday cake can find succor in the exfoliating effects of a microdermabrasion treatment. The 30–45 minute slough session removes the drab outermost skin layer to reveal the smooth cells underneath. Instead of loudly chastising problem skin in the supermarket produce aisle, an individual treatment—or a series of treatments—noninvasively addresses uneven areas.