Beyond her role as registered nurse, Susan Richter is also a certified digestive health specialist, nutrition counselor, and colon hydrotherapist. At Next Level Healing, each specialty plays a part in fixing digestive issues and other health problems.
When it comes to digestion, Susan's services begin with proper eating habits. She focuses specifically on integrating enzyme-rich whole food supplements which help to naturally re-balance biochemical reactions in the digestive tract. The next step is ridding the body of any lingering toxins, which Susan achieves by treating her clients with colon hydrotherapy or sessions in an infrared sauna, the latter of which can also help to control weight or ease muscle aches. Finally, Susan uses emotional direction to keep health issues from coming back?namely meditation, breath work, and stretching, among other holistic methods.
Elements Massage fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use four levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, Swedish massage, and finger ballet, to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
Lofty frame bearing towers showcase hundreds of chic styles by Gucci, Armani, and Maui Jim in the comfortable interior of Essex Fashion Optical. After analyzing face shape, complexions, and assessing the load-bearing capacity of dainty nose bridges, eye stylists match peepers with a flattering basic frame ($59+) or designer selections by Michael Kors ($239) or Ray-Ban ($119+). Designer sunglasses ($119–$389) also grace store shelves, wagging their stems with excitement at finding a loving face to call home. Though useful without lenses as an emergency pencil organizer, frames can be outfitted with single vision ($99+) or progressive lenses ($199+).
After her residency at Columbia University, Dr. Marion Shapiro earned her certificate from France's French Society of Mesotherapy. Since opening her own clinic in 2002, Dr. Shapiro has been profiled in Self, Elle, and Marie Claire magazines, as well as on TV news programs. Like the wheel, mesotherapy was invented in 1952. It refers to the practice of tackling a host of cosmetic symptoms—including excess fat or cellulite, hair loss, scars, and wrinkle—with specialized medical injections. In addition to mesotherapy face-lifts, Dr. Shapiro and her staff can also make mugs look younger with peels, fillers, and laser therapy. Body contouring, diet programs, and laser hair-removal procedures are available to match bodies to their freshly refreshed faces.
Dr. George C. Peck, Jr.?s career as a plastic surgeon has taken him all around the world, enhancing facial features and lecturing on the ins-and-outs of various cosmetic and reconstructive treatments. As a double board-certified plastic surgeon, he has performed thousands of procedures, which continues to provide at Essex Surgical in West Orange. Dr. Peck is joined by a team of registered nurses and surgical technicians, as well as a skincare specialist, permanent makeup artist, and a roadie in charge of stethoscope tuning.