New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Licensed nurse Barb Galinsky perfected her healing touch and gentle bedside manner across nearly eight years spent working in the ER. Today, her nurturing spirit permeates her spa located within Dolce Vita, where clients are made comfortable and cared for with one-on-one attention and complimentary wine, beer, coffee, or tea. Bearing advanced training in all dermal fillers, including Botox, Juvéderm, and Restylane, Barb spends most of her days softening fine lines and wrinkles from her clients' faces, allowing them to reclaim lost youth and finally gain admission to the ball pit at the local fast-food joint.
At Lei Acupuncture & Massage, Lei and Linlin Zhang team up to tackle physical pain and other ailments, such as addiction, depression, and allergies. As a licensed acupuncturist, Lei, who recently returned to the business, specializes in one-needle treatment, a technique that relies on fewer needles to alleviate aches in the back, shoulders, or other areas of the body. Rather than climbing into a concrete mixer, clients can have their muscles untangled by Linlin, a licensed therapist who specializes in Swedish and deep-tissue massage.
For more than 25 years, cosmetologist Mary Johnston has worked diligently to help her clients meet their aesthetic goals. As the force behind Hummingbird Spas, she's packed her roster of services with customized and anti-aging skin care, waxing, and body treatments. Recognizing that each person's complexion is unique, Johnston uses custom Bioelements masks and serums, leaving the skin clean and refreshed. In addition to treatments for the skin, Hummingbird Spas offers brow waxing and tinting, as well as extensions for the hair and eyelashes and feather extensions for the wings behind your ears.
The therapists at Elements Massage understand that massages aren't one-size-fits-all. That's why, before they ever apply their hands to muscles, the therapists consult with clients to talk about their specific concerns and answer any questions. This results in a fully custom massage that targets each client's aches, pains, and trouble spots. Massage therapists craft their strokes to help resolve maladies such as stress, headaches, and sleep problems, and clients feel so relaxed, it's as if the massage table has been replaced with a hammock in a bubble bath.