At Monroe Healing Center the goal is right there in the name: healing. Its owner, a holistic practitioner who has been an Emerald Coast resident for 20 years, uses more than a decade of experience as a massage therapist and reflexologist to bring wellness services to community. Inside the center, clients enjoy a warm, comfortable atmosphere that helps begin the healing process the moment they walk in. From there, they can benefit from holistic treatments such as deep-tissue and hot-stone massage, raindrop therapy, and cupping for pain relief.
Board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic Erik R. Persiani is well-versed in both acupuncture and chiropractic techniques. At White Sands Chiropractic Clinic, he draws from this experience to treat, as well as diagnose, a range of physical injuries and stress-related ailments. To do this, he and his staff employ manual techniques and up-to-date technology?including custom pelvic stabilizers and joint-pain-easing electric stimulation, ultrasound, and LED light therapy.
The specialists at Nail & Hair Studio domesticate wild nails and manes. They detach split ends on heads and trim unwanted length on fingernails. Further mani-pedi pampering includes hand massages, French tips, and taking the time to play “this little piggy” with patron’s feet.
Dr. Amanda Gottschalk hopes to pass along the benefits she's learned about chiropractic medicine on to others. She'll perform adjustments or just provide lifestyle advice for her clients, who range from pediatric patients to seniors looking to stay active.
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Hobby Central, a full-line hobby shop, caters to amusement seekers with puzzles, science kits, and radio-controlled vehicles. Plastic models ($18–$50) allow amateur architects to recreate nautical battle scenes with scaled-down replicas of battleships, each accurately named after American icons such as the USS Ronald Reagan and the USS Tickle Me Elmo. Train sets ($45–$100) finally make dinnertime ketchup transportation efficient; vibrantly detailed kites ($15–$40) produce mesmerizing treetop tangos. Before graceful parachute descents, model rockets ($25–$35) reach lofty levels experienced only by birds and opera tenors bathing in icy water. Achieve aerial entertainment with radio-controlled airplanes and helicopters ($79–$200), or procure grounded merriment with specialty puzzles ($15–$35) that range from double-sided to three-dimensional.