Shapiro Eye Care is a full service ophthalmology practice, specializing in LASIK, cataract surgery, complete eye exams, treatment of eye diseases. We have a full service optical department and offer designer frames, sunglasses and contact lenses.
Led by plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Gerald L. Truesdale, the team at Greensboro Plastic Surgical Associates aims to provide patients with quality care in a confidential environment. Dedicated to keeping all his patients informed, Dr. Truesdale personally meets with them to discuss their unique treatment plan and answer any questions they may have. Treatments range from facelifts and breast reconstructions to tummy tucks, facial fillers, and tattoo removal sessions.
Jill White-Huffman specializes in a variety of massage modalities, including Thai, deep tissue, hot stone, and reflexology. Jill customizes every session to meet the unique needs of her clients, and her table is heated and hydraulic—like most cars with flames on the sides—allowing her to adjust as she sees fit. In addition to physical healing, Jill also facilitates mental and spiritual healing with other therapeutic services, such as marriage and family counseling.
Although soothing, massages aren’t just for relaxation—their benefits range from increased circulation to injury prevention. Licensed therapist Shannon Hester understands this, tailoring his services to fit the individual needs of his clients. Relying on an arsenal of modalities and techniques, he painstakingly expunges knots and alien probes cleverly disguised as knots. At Wellness Associates of Chapel Hill, Hester works alongside colleagues Duncan McChesney and Kristine Pita, who tap into their massage-therapy backgrounds to rejuvenate clients.
For Doctor of Chiropractic Lucas Kruse, chiropractic care is a family tradition. He's a second-generation chiropractor and is proud to be one of five Kruse family members delivering chiropractic care throughout the United States. After serving for eight years as an enlisted Navy hospital corpsman during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Kruse attended New York Chiropractic College and completed additional training for pediatric patients. Today, family continues to play a vital role at Kruse Chiropractic, as patients often spot Dr. Kruse's wife, Julie helping at the front desk, assisting with patient care or reminding one of their four children that teddy bears don't benefit from time on the intersegmental traction device. Though his time in the military is behind him, Dr. Kruse remains passionate about getting veterans the care they need. As a member of the American Legion, Purple Heart Association, and the veterans committee of the North Carolina Chiropractic Association, he is working to add chiropractic options to the North Carolina Veterans Affairs hospital system. An avid golfer in his spare time, Dr. Kruse is also certified in the treatment of golf-related injuries and performance enhancement, and can perform a golf-swing analysis to determine areas of restriction, weakness, or imbalance.
Founder and medical director Jeffrey W. Scales, MD, not only treats a wide range of skin conditions in children and adults, but also specializes in issues common among people of color. Using his years of experience—which began after he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s prestigious Perelman School of Medicine—Dr. Scales works with his medical team to administer microdermabrasions, chemical peels, and other treatments designed to boost epidermal health. Clients also come in for complexion-smoothing injections of Botox Cosmetic and Juvéderm, which help temporarily reduce facial lines developed from years of trying to appear wiser.