The massage therapists at Euphoric All Over Day Spa whisk their clients to quiet, comfortable rooms to perform about a half dozen massage modalities. Therapists can play soft music while rendering classic techniques such as Swedish and deep-tissue massages, or relaxing couples massages. The staff might also incorporate lotion or light oils, which lubricate the CD player so the soft music continues to play.
As a partner of ResearchMDs, a family practice and research facility, RMDs Aesthetics & Med Spa adds a clinical component to relaxing spa services. The physician-supervised team balances complexions with cleansing facials that employ prescription-grade products, such as the SkinMedica line. Technicians fine-tune laser treatments to treat stretch marks, scars, or dimples developed from drinking unsweetened lemonade. A licensed massage therapist addresses stress and soreness with seven different modalities, including neuromuscular-therapy sessions focused on releasing nerve pressure at trigger points.
The team of optometrists and opticians at Eye Works keeps eyes healthy and in focus with thorough eye exams, preventative care, and a selection of stylish frames and specially designed lenses. After doctors prescribe new lenses and screen for ocular diseases, customers can pick from frames by designers such as Kenneth Cole, Nine West, BCBG, and Ted Baker as the staff helps match each pair to their individual faces and styles.
A full-service spa, Peaceful Beginnings treats clients to an array of relaxing and rejuvenating services. Swedish massage, a light- to medium-pressured technique, uses long, connective strokes and kneading to improve blood flow, stimulate the lymphatic system, relieve physical tension, and melt stress into a puddle of biodegradable papier-mâché. After a licensed massage therapist employs oils and lotions to moderate muscular tensions, clients emerge with a newfound sense of repose, looser limbs, and a spring in their step.
Over the past 10 years, Dr. Rory P. Panepinto has performed more than 10,000 surgical foot procedures. A former podiatric surgical residency director, Dr. Panepinto decided to go into private practice so as to be able to serve people outside of a hospital setting. When he isn't wielding his surgical knife or trying to clone his favorite pair of shoes, Dr. Panepinto sees patients suffering from all types of foot ailments, including bunions, sports injuries, and arch disorders.