The health specialists at Cherry Creek Medical Weight Loss supercharge clients for active lifestyles and pound-shedding endeavors with energy-boosting supplements, injections, and hormone therapies. To determine which treatments will be most effective, the dedicated staff works with each patient to draft a personalized plan for losing weight and feeling healthy based on a complimentary consultation. When patients slim down or recalibrate their internal chemistry levels, they tend to gain an improved self-image, a better quality of life, and a more youthful constitution, allowing them to use future genie wishes on more important desires, such as a singing pony.
The massage therapists at Human Kneads Healing Massage use a variety of techniques to restore physical and emotional balance. Owner Brynn Walker—who is working toward becoming a nutritional consultant and holistic health practitioner—has joined forces with fellow Healing Arts Institute graduate Brooke Elizabeth Keller. Together, they perform massage modalities ranging from neuromuscular rehabilitation to restorative, sesame-oil-based Abhyanga sessions rooted in the ancient Ayurvedic tradition. They also specialize in healing therapies such as jin shin, an acupressure technique that facilitates the flow of energy via chakras, meridians, and an intricate network of model-train stoplights.
Walker and Keller enhance massages with soothing steam-therapy treatments and Pink Papaya products infused with botanical extracts including lavender, sweet orange, grapefruit, and bergamot. They also send clients home with a "massage-scription" that details their findings and recommend therapeutic exercises to help bring relief between visits.
Irwin Family Chiropractic's skilled doctor of chiropractic, Nathan Irwin, heals body-support columns with gentle adjustments and other holistic treatments. Wielding diagnostic tools such as range-of-motion testing, computerized muscle scans, and a shrunken band of cartographers who map uncharted spinescapes, Dr. Irwin assesses the state of backbones. He then discusses treatment options during in-depth consultations and treats such ailments as subluxations through precise pressure applied to misaligned vertebrae or joints. To tackle the root cause of suboptimal wellness he eases aches with massage and spinal-decompression treatments, and helps enhance overall well-being by instructing patients on proper nutrition and exercise, including the most ergonomically effective way to do The Worm.
No two treatments performed at NoCo Massage are the same. Every time someone lays down on the table, the massage therapist hones in on the specific muscles that are vexing that client. The therapist kicks off the pampering by chatting with guests and drawing up a customized kneading plan that draws on a wide range of modalities. Swedish techniques dole out gentle all-over pressure with long, flowing strokes. At the other end of the pressure spectrum, deep-tissue massage and shiatsu burrow down into muscle structures in localized areas to root out knots and pieces of swallowed chewing gum. To amp up the endorphins, NoCo kicks in a helping of hot basalt stones or essential oils at no extra charge.
Like the time you spent in a bad relationship or trying to start an art collection of the world's best faxes, there are parts of your life you wish you could forget. But when relics of those days are inked into your skin, the past becomes harder to ignore. That’s why certified laser specialist Michael Scarpulla at Tat 2 Undo offers his skills and state-of-the-art lasers to fully erase unwanted tattoos. His Quanta Q-Plus C laser safely pulls out all colors of ink during quick sessions, cleanly removing unwanted designs, permanent makeup, or even road rash. The pain level is comparable to the level of discomfort when getting a tattoo, and the number of sessions required depends on the colors and type of ink used.