Effective and affordable healthcare for our whole community.
Flexible Fee of $20 - $40. Patients pay what they are able.
No questions asked.
Open four evenings a week until 8pm plus Saturdays.
Walk-ins are always welcome.
Read about us in THE BALTIMORE SUN. The article link is on our website.
At Accessible Beltway Clinics, a large team of licensed chiropractors traces chronic ailments to their sources and treats them with adjustments. Using technology such as cold-laser therapy, custom-fit orthotics, and spinal decompression, staffers work to relieve patients’ symptoms through a combination of chiropractic and physical therapy.
Body Motions’ pole-dance fitness classes work bodies hard enough to sculpt lithe, tight muscles that boost health and can open any jar. The same could be said of the studio’s other classes, which include Zumba, yoga, yogalates, and Total Body Toning. They also invite participants sculpt with unique fitness offerings, including line dancing and Bokwa. No matter which class students select, they get an intense, custom workout thanks to encouraging and accommodating instructors.
The expert therapists at Massage Spring Spa pride themselves on creating a calming environment for visitors. Amid earth-toned walls, they begin their services by assessing the levels of stress hiding among the shoulders and back before uncoiling knotted muscles via massage or snake charming. They target specific points during acupressure therapy and rely on the soothing sensation of hot stones to release emotional and physical tension.
The massage therapists at Spa Therapeutic Massage treat the body as a whole, using holistic methods to promote healing and a positive sense of well being. Their fingers are trained in a variety of party dances and massage modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, hot-stone therapy, and acupressure. They also specialize in cupping therapy to helps promote circulation and relieve pain. Giving clients an extra bit of luxury during their sessions, all massages are performed using blends of organic oils and herbs to soothe skin and promote relaxation.
Just as a translator can seamlessly slip from language to language, licensed massage therapist Mary Ann Zenter can effortlessly shift through various massage techniques, tailoring her treatments to meet each individual's needs. She can loosen muscles with broad, soothing strokes that dissolve general tension, or employ methods such as cross-fiber frictioning and compression to work out deep-seated pain. Patients can also request reflexology sessions, which work to boost overall health.