Dr. Salvatore C. Daniels and his staff perform drug-free chiropractic techniques in order to alleviate pain and to educate their patients about maintaining health. The team emphasizes the importance of the patient taking an active role in their care in order to stay well and stave off current and future ailments. During each appointment, Dr. Daniels explains the benefits and expected results of his noninvasive spine-straightening techniques, such as adjustments and hydro massage, and provides pointers on exercises that keep pain at bay. He tailors treatments to the specific needs and issues of the patient, such as muscle aches resulting from overexertion to sore lower backs resulting from commuting by pogo stick.
Massage Express?s founder, Alicia Tolliver, recognized a need for what she calls ?me? time, especially for those too busy to make it into the spa. She now brings the spa to the comfort of her clients? homes or the silence of their favorite library aisles as part of her business?s traveling branch. The recently renovated Fayetteville studio also welcomes clients into a private treatment room, where Alicia employs pain-relieving deep-tissue strokes or the relaxation of her signature massage, which unites stress-busting Swedish kneading with the rhythm of lomilomi massage.
While images of whirring laser beams still conjure thoughts of technophilic futures, the technology is already hard at work at Fayetteville Laser. There, technicians wield noninvasive medical lasers that renovate bods with treatments ranging from body contouring to cellulite reduction. Their Contoura super-pulsed laser works to blast inches off of abdomens, thighs, and buttocks, and their Irradia laser reduces pain and inflammation associated with chronic illness or thinking too hard about how gravity works.
By the time she was a teenager, Suzanne Piotrowski knew that she wanted to focus her life on holistic healing. She acquired her massage-therapy license by 19 and soon after delved into treatments such as reflexology and reiki, studying ways to modulate the body's energy and allay stress. She also developed her skills as a health coach, and today, she still ascribes to the theory of bio-individualty—the idea that each person has unique dietary, emotional, and physical needs.
At Cape Fear Healing Center, Piotrowski practices all of these specialties to restore her clients' happiness and wellness. From medical massages that boost lymphatic flow to gentle, hands-on reiki sessions, her treatments encourage a greater sense of balance while addressing painful symptoms. Meanwhile, her health-coaching services support clients as they set simple, reachable goals for their eating habits.
At both of Ashley Jordan's locations, staffers navigate patrons through more than 40,000 square feet of showroom space populated with bedroom, living room, and dining room products by Ashley Furniture, Serta, and Tempur-Pedic. Vast new dreamscapes await those who repose upon a new twin mattress ($69+) or plush pillowtop queen set ($299+). Sink into a sofa ($399+) after a hard day at work, or gather the kinsfolk at a dining-table-and-four-chair set ($399) that makes for a more enjoyable shared meal than firing wads of mashed potato at one another's mouths via trebuchet. A 42-inch television stand ($299) can accommodate an entire collection of miniature TVs, and a decorative rug warms up chilly floorboards while adding elegance ($99).
Faith Sevilla-Bingemer was born with the number one tool for her trade?-her hands. But when it comes to helping her clients find relief from chronic pain or stress, she'll reach for numerous aids to customize a treatment plan that best suits their particular aches and ails. During relaxation-focused Swedish massage, Faith may incorporate light oils or lotions to cut down on friction as she applies broad, flowing strokes that help stimulate circulation and tame tension. Steam heated river stones may be placed along the client's back, allowing the soothing heat to penetrate deep into sore muscles, while a hot poultice Thai massage swaps out rocks for a warm muslin bag filled with therapeutic herbs.