For 25 years, Dr. Mark Sell and his friendly staff have been employing innovative chiropractic techniques to straighten spines and calm nervous systems. Upon arriving at Sell, new patients fill out the required paperwork before meeting with Dr. Sell to discuss past and current problems.
Karen Gray, an extensively trained and nationally certified massage therapist, kneads tense muscles with a variety of massage techniques that reduce discomfort and relieve stress. Before undergoing 60-minute sessions, twined torsos sit down and speak with Karen to discuss any persisting aches, daily stresses, previous injuries, and conspiracy theories. With her breadth of personal knowledge, Karen crafts a customized massage to address her customers' concerns and give them a soothing massage session. Depending on the results of the consultation and the pull of the moon on the tides, locked muscles may receive a traditional, relaxing Swedish massage, a thorough deep-tissue hand pressing, an energy balancing via gentle reiki hand placements, or a combination of these and other massage methods.
Founded in 2007, The Powers of One’s experienced instructors pilot several daily classes to help practitioners of all skill levels loosen limbs and clear crowded craniums. Students seeking fundamental yoga functionality find the basics class, in which alignment and breathing are stressed with every posture.
Offering a range of services for wheeled whippersnappers, QuikStop provides high-quality care at stopwatch-stupefying speeds. Sate a combustion engine’s crude cravings with fresh high mileage and synthetic oil during QuikStop's 10-minute oil change. Fresh-faced young emollients step in to slicken your motor's innards, keeping dust, metallic shavings, and other contaminants from abruptly halting internal-combustion engine chitchat.
Since 1982, Town & Country Flowers & Gifts has been filling vases with fragrant bursts of color and making gift-giving easy with treats and home accessories. Bouquets such as the vibrant, multihued Make a Wish translate cheery statements into botanical displays, which can be picked up at the boutique, sent directly to recipients, or delivered to a variety of local hospitals and funeral homes. The shop stocks more than just flowers—morsels by South Bend Chocolate Company melt atop tongues, Village Candles accent homes with flickering flames, and Russ teddy bears offer an alternative to genuine grizzlies, whose wrapping-paper phobia makes them an impractical present.
Nick's Kitchen is Huntington's diner-eats outpost, offering breakfast and lunch menus full of time-tested meals. According to Lunch Encounter, Nick's Kitchen founder Nick Freienstein is the Thomas Edison of pork-tenderloin sandwiches, inventing them in the early twentieth century when most Americans were still eating chunks of gold. Freienstein's tenderloin sandwich ($5.25) lives on at Nick's Kitchen, along with the Quayle Burger ($8.50), a half pound of ground chuck topped with lettuce, onion, and tomato that was created specifically for the vice president and comes with enough fries to share with hungry secret service members. Breakfast, served from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., can take the shape of the breakfast bowl with one egg, fried potatoes, veggies, and sausage gravy ($5.25), or the hearty Incredible Breakfast, which unites bone-in ham, cheesy potatoes, two eggs any style, and toast ($6.50).