Garlic Crabhouse's menu overflows with shrimp, crabs, and Caribbean fare festooned with garlic or bathed in alfredo sauce. Diners can anchor fork tines in tilapia or catfish ($7.99 for lunch; $8.99 for dinner) prepared fried, steamed, grilled, blackened, dipped in a brown stew, or doused in curry. A sextet of garlic crabs ($18.99 for dinner) shares plate space with red-skin garlic potatoes, whereas a lobster tail conducts a singing quartet of blue crabs ($27.99) in spirited renditions of doo-wop classics. Caribbean-style meals include the spicy punch of jerk shrimp ($8.99–$10.99) and the less belligerent flavors of curry chicken ($4.99–$7.99).
We provide laser hair removal and steam massage services to the common people. We take pride is serving quality and affordable services. We are located in the historical downtown in Kissimmee and many clients find us accomodating and very professional.
Licensed acupuncturist Sylvia Rosario, a doctor of oriental medicine from Florida College of Integrative Medicine, uses acupuncture and its many variations as a healing power at Acupuncture Integrative Wellness Center. Depending on her patients' needs, which can range from needing pain relief to a newly knit sweater, Dr. Rosario can schedule traditional acupuncture, acupoint injection therapy, laser acupuncture therapy, cupping therapy, needle-less acupuncture, or a combination of therapies. Dr. Rosario also offers alternative treatments such as reiki, homeopathy, tai chi, and herbal medicine to foster overall wellness.
For more than three decades, Anthony's Health Hut has been fixing lighter fare for a variety of diets, including vegetarian, gluten-free, and simply, well-balanced. Diners can dip their taste buds into a cup of homemade chicken and dumpling or lentil soup ($2.50), or give teeth a more exhausting workout with the restaurant's renowned chicken-salad sandwich, enhanced with a hint of curry, and served on your choice of bread ($3.65 half/$6.50 whole). Rinse parched palates with fresh-squeezed carrot or mixed-vegetable juice ($3.25 for 16oz.), brimming with enough vitamin A to transform humdrum peepers into infrared laser beams, or take a taste trip to Tijuana with a 12 ounce mexican-fiesta smoothie—a pulpy mix of papaya juice, frozen peaches, and banana ($3.50). For supplemental satisfaction, smoothies are also available with a shot of protein, greens, or flax for an additional $0.50.
As a chiropractor, Doctor of Chiropractic Kyle Furbee focuses his attention on mending blockages and disruptions along the spine that cause pain in the body. His manual adjustments help patients find relief from ailments such as headaches, back pain, fibromyalgia, and carpal tunnel syndrome. The staff members also curb pain with acupuncture treatments and meridian therapy, which uses microcurrent or ultrasound stimulation on select points of the patient?s body.
Health 1st Wellness Center may not look much like a doctor's office—there's a noticeable lack of needles, medicine vials, and nurses chasing down patients—but Dr. Mike Lewis completely devotes himself to making his patients feel better. Instead of relying on conventional medical methods that cure symptoms, Dr. Lewis looks for the source of the pain and, in doing such, aims to preempt any future relapses.
Once he's uncovered the causes of patients' pain through his thorough exams, Dr. Lewis goes to work with an array of non-invasive treatments. Here, old meets new, as traditional spinal adjustments and acupuncture pair up with modern technology. For instance, he uses lasers to relieve internal soreness without breaking the skin, and he uses the computerized Z-Grav machine to gently elongate the spine by removing pressure, weight, and its fear of being allowed on a roller coaster.