The doctors that make up Northern Kentucky Pain Relief's medical team have vastly different specialties. Though this might make for awkward chats at office parties, it also means that clients with pain problems are more likely to find a professional specialized in treating their exact ailment. Some focus on nerve problems—the tingling, cramping, and numbness known as peripheral neuropathy—while others have a knack for the more hands-on relief that comes from physical rehabilitation. A corps of three chiropractors, meanwhile, eases the pain of misaligned vertebrae with chiropractic adjustments and spinal decompression. Rather than sticking to one treatment method, the clinic's pain-relief programs often call on a blend of regimens, such as massage therapy, chiropractic care, and pep talks from surly boot-camp sergeants.
From inside a Euro-boutique style clinical office, experienced aesthetician Anya Heck and her board-certified staff restore visages plagued by aging, acne, and dehydration. They lure healthy complexions to the skin's surface with custom facials and peels, pulling from DDF, Vi Derm, Neova, and SkinCeuticals product lines. More advanced treatments include dermaplaning, which utilizes a blade to remove outer layers of dead skin cells, as well as galvanic high-frequency facials that harness electrical currents to tone the skin and recharge mechanical eyelids. Heck is also a trained Novalash eyelash extensionist who can help bulk up lash lines with faux strands that are individually adhered to natural lashes.
As an eighth grader, Laurie Jahnke was amazed at how a trip to the chiropractor quelled her lower-back pain caused by gymnastics. After that, her interest in the practice never waned. Now, Doctor of Chiropractic Laurie Jahnke prides herself on her practice’s natural, prescription-free care; she treats her patients with traditional chiropractic methods, such as adjustments and nutritional plans. To draw up the proper treatment plan, she examines her patients’ issues with the Core Score Easy Scan, which looks at the muscle tone and balance surrounding the spine, organ and gland control, and heart-rate variability, which determines the body’s ability to adapt to daily stresses, such as a traffic jam caused by a stampede of elephants crossing the highway.
Tissue manipulator Elizabeth Peeples owns and operates Massage Therapy and Bodyworks, where tense customers are skillfully kneaded until their muscles are relaxed, their aches are eliminated, and their limbs are refreshingly loosened. Select one of five types of massage—neuromuscular therapy, therapeutic massage, Swedish massage, aromatherapy, or deep-tissue massage—to reward your body for enduring years of the punishing physical comedy required for success in corporate America. Based on a physician's recommendation, Massage Therapy and Bodyworks also offers massage therapy to aid with work-related-injury rehabilitation or automobile-accident recovery. Like a bespoke Batman costume, each massage is tailored to the personal necessities of each patron.