Dr. Scranton adjusts spines and works with clients to correct postures and skeletal issues that can cause pain and discomfort. He specializes in the Gonstead technique, which assesses a variety of factors in order to properly treat intervertebral disc lesions while aligning spine and pelvis.
We are a family owned day spa that loves to cater to our guests. Our services include Electrolysis, which is permanent hair removal; massage therapy; and skin care, including facials, chemical peels and microdermabrasion. We invite you to take time to relax and be pampered in our private and professional office, located in
Sun Seekers Tanning's beds and body-wrap systems use ultraviolet and infrared energy rays to beautify clients. Inside, Soltech and Sun Star tanning beds emit UV rays in varying intensities to bronze users' skin without hours of sitting in the sun. Infrared body wraps help draw toxins from the skin and tone the body, which can lead to weight loss when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. Sun Seekers Tanning also offers massage services.
The licensed massage therapists at Massage Advantage dote on visitors with a slew of custom massage techniques, including Swedish, prenatal, and deep tissue. Armed with warm blankets and a credo to respect patients' privacy, therapists begin each 30- or 60-minute session with a discussion on clients' specific aches and ailments. Therapists can also haul their equipment to office buildings for workplace chair massages that help reinvigorate fatigued employees or stressed-out water coolers during 5–15 minute stints. Each succession of kneads is designed to alleviate stress, muscles soreness, and various medical conditions, such as high blood pressure.
The staff at Pro Muscle Care soothe bodily pains without invasive medical treatments. They instead rely on holistic care, such as massage and orthopedics, to not only mute pain, but to also locate and neutralize its roots. In fact, their treatments have been used to quell a range of common ailments, including migraines, sciatica, shin splints, muscle cramps, TMJ, whiplash, restless legs, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
What do a mainframe programmer and a massage therapist have in common? Both break down complex puzzles into their elemental parts and work toward solutions methodically. But for Bruce Morgan of Bodyworks By Bruce, a former engineer, no matter how long he worked with a particularly confounding programming problem and no matter how technically rewarding the project was, the human element of building relationships was missing.
That difference is what drew him into massage therapy. Whereas programming works within defined parameters, Bruce never knows what sort of puzzle he's going to solve when presented with a client suffering from pain. Before sessions, he consults with all clients extensively to get to know them and their symptoms, and encourages them to give feedback during sessions so that he can customize his approach. Shoulder pain, for example, may be symptomatic of a person compensating for damage in the ankles, which is why Bruce routinely delivers full-body massages. His training specialized in myofascial release and cross-fiber friction, whose strokes alternate between going with and against the muscle grain, and he uses these techniques to target problem areas.
Each client enjoys warmth in the private treatment room, both from a table warmer and the sage green shade of the walls. A salt lamp lends the room a relaxing glow, and Bon Vital all-natural lotion keeps skin hydrated. To set the soundtrack for their session, clients can select from a range of light jazz, Native American music, or nature sounds, including a chorus of dolphins covering Barry White songs.