The licensed and insured massage therapists at My Magic Hands vanquish tension and soreness from bodies of virtually every age, from infants to seniors. Before kneading out localized knots with focal-point therapy or ranging over the entire back with long Swedish strokes, the staff listens carefully as clients describe their particular issues or how they fell asleep on a pineapple. Unlike many massage offices, My Magic Hands accommodates parties of six people or more for actual parties, be they bachelorette celebrations or birthday fetes, during which the staff massages each guest.
At Zentastic Massage Therapy, certified massage therapist Maggie Duncan and her team untangle muscles with seven different modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, and warm stone. Inside Zentastic’s serene and private treatment room, clients customize their experiences by choosing from select creams, lotions, and oils and selecting the music for their session. First-timers also have the option to test several of the styles during their initial visit, enabling them to pick a massage that suits their body and a hot stone to take home as a pet.
Dr. Oliver Simmons performs surgical procedures and oversees med-spa therapies by drawing upon years of professional experience, including a fellowship in craniofacial and microvascular surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Simmons and his team use clinical-grade treatments to perform tummy tucks, Botox, and microdermabrasions, among many other procedures. The office is decorated with curlicue wall designs, bouquets laced with peacock feathers, and floral paintings that sprouted from frequently watered easels.
At Ingram Comprehensive Eye Care, P.A., the experienced Dr. Ingram and his team welcome patients for thorough eye exams, corrective eyewear or contacts, and treatment of ocular disease or trauma. In addition to using a slate of diagnostic equipment for eye health—which includes three separate glaucoma tests—Dr. Ingram also emphasizes patient education and is happy to answer questions and concerns. Once patients receive proper prescription, they can then pick out stylish frames from brands such as Ray-Ban or Coach, equipped with specialized lenses or coatings.
When Eva Skin Care opened its doors in 1987, a team of licensed aestheticians, nail technicians, and massage therapists embarked on a mission to create a relaxing escape for their clients as they enhance their natural beauty. The spa continues this tradition with a full cast of body, facial, and nail treatments, all of which use hypoallergenic products made predominately with natural ingredients harvested from the Earth's best-dressed plants. The classic spa uses LED light therapy to promote a healthy glow, and state board-recommended disinfecting products help the facility maintain its commitment to cleanliness. The staff also lends their expertise and textbooks on the history of lip gloss to the "Look Good…Feel Better" program, which aims to improve the self-esteem of women undergoing treatment for cancer.
The Facial Aesthetic Center offers a variety of cosmetic treatments for the face and body. Licensed technicians wield lasers to evict unwanted hair from areas such as faces, arms, or bikini lines or to help reduce the appearance of unsightly spider veins. Other treatments include chemical peels that can improve the appearance of acne or scars and facial treatments that hydrate and refresh faces.
Doctors David J. Matthews and Jeffery S. Pockl helm Devine Eyes, a comprehensive optical boutique with a staff fluent in Spanish and English. After graduating from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis in '94 and '93, respectively, the doctors went their separate ways; Dr. Matthews worked on treating patients with glaucoma in Georgetown, and Dr. Pockl worked as a staff optometrist in the U.S. Army, examining peepers and equipping them with lasers. The two decided to partner up in 2003 and open Devine Eyes, where they perform comprehensive eye exams, treat eye diseases, and recommend luxury frames from brands such as Fendi and Prada.