The staff at Integrated Pain Solutions of South Florida takes what might be an unexpected path to pain relief: improved nutrition. Bolstered by research touting the importance of a healthy diet to each person's overall wellness profile, Dr. Gary Saff and holistic nutritionist Staci Shacter, MS, RD, LDN, help their clients feel better with the help of holistic techniques dating back to antiquity. Since Dr. Saff specializes in pain relief, he's mainly concerned with the foods and herbs that make people feel better, whether by reducing inflammation or improving overall health. Although food is certainly a big part of their practice, Saff and Shacter don’t put their clients on diets; they instead help them forge healthier lifestyles, a more maintainable and long-lasting change.
Since 1991, board-certified optometrist Gary Enker has performed more than 20,000 eye exams and 10,000 contact-lens fittings. He has also trained in emergency and pediatric treatment, as well as the fitting of specialty contact lenses and has been commended for his dedication to the field. Dr. Enker draws on that expertise at his eye-care center, where he and a skilled staff test patients' vision with advanced technology and old-fashioned care.
The technicians at the clinic’s onsite eyeglass lab outfit guests with contacts or glasses in about an hour. Clients choose from more than 3,000 pairs of designer frames, which staffers then fill with the proper lenses to suit their needs. The team also offers free routine adjustments for the life of the glasses, from tweaking the fit to adding miniature telescopes.
The Neuromuscular Pain Relief Center specializes in pain relief and restoration of optimal biomechanical function. Our therapists specialize in muscle and soft tissue manipulation techniques to relieve pain. These techniques are non-invasive and non chiropractic. The Neuromuscular Pain Relief Team specializes in successful
Sette Bello Ristorante's chef and owner, Franco Filippone, moved with his family from Palermo, Sicily, when his father decided to open a restaurant in upstate New York. There, Franco learned the ins and outs of the industry before eventually setting out to work in upscale restaurant kitchens throughout Fort Lauderdale. Now, at Sette Bello, he's put his eye for detail and impeccable culinary skills to use—and the results have paid off. The spot has been awarded the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences' Five-Star Diamond Award and two awards of excellence from Wine Spectator magazine. Franco has also been named the official celebrity chef for the inaugural The Moody Blues Cruise, and is featured in 2012 America's Top Restaurant Recipes.
Inside the dining room, elegant cream columns uphold arched walls, and caramel-tinted lighting bathes the white-draped tables in a warm glow. The tables are topped with prawns wrapped in pancetta, pan-fried veal chop Milanese, and jumbo shrimp scampi. Bustling between tables, the wait staff tends to diners' needs, whether they'd like their glasses refilled or their beards fluffed. The New Times even dedicated an entire article to the "truly great service" at Sette Bello, writing that, "The servers here are craftsmen in the same way that the restaurant's owner, Franco Filippone, is a chef."