Before Dr. Daniel Weessies graduated cum laude from Logan College of Chiropractic, he volunteered his services at a free clinic in St. Louis. Now, he works to heal patients at Hartman Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center with treatments such as chiropractic adjustments. Massage therapists sooth tension and pain with kneads and strokes.
Patricia Kooy?a licensed massage therapist and board-certified HPT and CMMT?has learned a great deal about the body?s inner workings during her 10 years of practice, much of which adds up to a single guiding principle: ?Healing is a process, not an event.? Patricia begins this process with her advanced repertoire of bodywork techniques, which includes targeted manual therapies as well as holistic energy treatments. She understands that each healing journey requires its own combination of methods, so she tailors her techniques to each individual, treating specific ailments such as arthritis and fibromyalgia with medical deep-tissue techniques or connecting chakras with healing-touch therapy. Depending on the technique and her client?s level of tension, Patricia may incorporate essential oils, hot stones, an infrared-heat lamp, or molten lava to help her melt away stresses.
For the past 30 years, Another Look Hair Institute’s scalp experts have been rejuvenating thinning manes and receding hairlines with a range of preventive measures and synthetic hair restoration. The crux of their regimen is the synthetic Cyberhair, a fiber that mimics the texture, appearance, and styling properties of human hair. The Micro Point Link process ties four of these Cyberhair strands to your existing individual hairs, creating the appearance of a full head of hair by adding up to 600 additional strands. The team also helps mitigate hair loss naturally with their Hair Support program, which cleanses clogged follicles to encourage new growth.
Like the skilled feet of an NFL star, the nimble fingers of the certified massage therapists at Rebound Sports Massage Therapy traverse a roughened terrain, relieving more and more tension as they get closer to the end zone. Specializing in sports massage, the staff works hard to reduce chronic pain and help prevent injury, and recommends massage for its ability to help increase circulation and lessen anxiety. Rebound Sports also caters to non-athletes with relaxation and deep-tissue-style therapies and can provide chair massages for those with tight schedules or those who got stuck while proving they could fit in a highchair.
• For $33, you get a Biomedic Micro-Peel (a $67 value). • For $43, you get a Biomedic Micro-Peel Plus (an $87 value).The Centre For Plastic Surgery's bevy of board-certified physicians and medical aestheticians bolsters inner beauty with a host of surgical and noninvasive procedures. For a smoother, more radiant complexion, the Biomedic Micro-Peel relieves faces of hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and acne. The three-step system begins with a manual exfoliation before countenances are refreshed with a salicylic chemical peel that further exfoliates rough texture and renders skin tone as brilliant as a new car's. Complexions are finished up with a cryogenic therapy which is designed to firm the skin by boosting collagen production through positive reinforcement.
At age 5, Doctor of Chiropractic Jacob Canfield experienced his first migraine. For the next 15 years, he endured episodes two to three times a week. Then, in college, he took a trip to a chiropractor. After that initial adjustment, relief finally came. He had dreamed of becoming a neurosurgeon, but his healing chiropractic experience was so profound that he changed his career path and enrolled in chiropractic college. His partner, Doctor of Chiropractic Shana Canfield, also found relief from longstanding pain and illness thanks to chiropractic care. The two now spend their days taking on cases from headaches to chronic back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome.