Hillbrook Family Medicine provides personalized answers and non-invasive treatments for weight loss, skin care, and pain management. Patients can seek out physician-supervised treatments to moisturize and bolster skin, or body sculpting through microcurrent treatments and botanically based body wraps. The center also offers one-on-one care with licensed acupuncturist Eliz Erman-Britton, who treats a variety of health concerns through acupressure, cupping, moxibustion and Qigong.
DyeVerCity is a multi-textural hair salon staffed with savvy stylists ready to trim tresses of any consistency, length, or thickness. Skilled scissorsmiths keep a medley of mops in showy shape, ensuring each beautifyee receives personalized attention and precise hair-cutting techniques. A basic haircut includes timeless styles such as the bob or a simple layered look. If you aren’t sure whether your dream 'do qualifies, call the salon to see if this deal applies. Post-pampering, hands-on types can upkeep fresh looks with a selection from DyeVerCity's assortment of products, ideal for maintaining manes and initiating impromptu hair-gel fights.
Licensed massage therapist Rebecca Ryan unearths the silver linings in achy muscles with her soothing bodywork. Through relaxation is crucial, it's only a small sliver of what her massage can do. Clients can seek Ryan's expertise to relieve work-related stress, manage pain after an injury, or untie tight Celtic knot tattoos. Indulgent spa treatments and hot-stone therapy are also available upon request.
Instead of a traditional sauna, which bathes bathers in steam, the infrared sauna heats bodies with safe, shallow-penetrating infrared rays that produce a refreshing dry heat to help sauna-goers sweat out water-soluble toxins. Feet tired from walking over burning coals and climbing the corporate ladder can benefit from a 30-minute Ionic Foot Bath. Calm barking dogs in a tub filled with saline water and ringed with low-current electrodes, said to aid in full-body detoxification. Afterwards, people paws relax with a subsequent scrub and massage, letting Healing Waters Healing Hands return a sunshiny feeling to bodies non-intravenously.
During the more than 25 years that she has been a chiropractor, Dr. Cynthia McKay-Lynch has owned and practiced at three specialized clinics. Now at Martinez Wellness Center, she adjusts misaligned spines by removing pressure from agitated nerves. With every service she administers, she works with the mission to alleviate pain and help her clients reach optimum health. She believes with regular care, results are achieved, leading to a life of increased energy and vitality.
Four years in the United States Air Force gave Natalia Robinson attentiveness, good instincts, and ample time to assess what she wanted from life. She thought back to her childhood. The majority of her family had suffered from scoliosis, and it was Natalia who helped silence the aches with her soothing massages. Seeking once again to help others, Natalia enrolled in Augusta School of Massage.
Today, Natalia is a licensed massage therapist. In the comfort of her private studio, she puts to use training by promoting relaxation with Swedish strokes or hot stones. She uses firmer, deep-tissue or myofascial-relief techniques to knead out knots caused by moving furniture or by a rugby team that stays awake to see who is moving their furniture every night.