Jupiter Family Chiropractic's Dr. Helia Dashtkian attended Stony Brook University and went on to work at the school hospital as a certified nursing assistant. While studying for her bachelor's degree, she developed headaches and found relief through chiropractic care. She earned her doctorate of chiropractic from Life University, as well as certification in pediatric adjusting from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. Since then, she has conducted research on the safety and efficacy of the Webster in-utero constraint technique. This method can prevent unnecessary cesarean sections, ease labor difficulties, and spare babies the embarrassment of being born naked.
The Connection’s walls feature numerous frames, which each contain pieces of history, ranging from newspaper clippings to autographed photos. Encased in one of the frames is the sub shop’s original menu from 1974, which included $0.95 genoa salami sandwiches and $1.35 meatball subs. Aside from inflation-adjusted prices, much of The Connection remains the same. It still specializes in subs and sandwiches, makes its salads fresh daily, offers kosher pickles, and prepares party platters that can feed groups of people or one competitive eater.
Kelvin Yu’s life and career changed after one chance meeting. After meeting an acupuncturist from China and experiencing the healing powers of Eastern medicine, Kelvin dedicated himself to learning and sharing these healing techniques with others. At Ocean Avenue Acupuncture, Kelvin crafts a holistic treatment plan for each patient that integrates therapies such as acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbs, and targeted bodywork. Kelvin also offers needle-free acupuncture sessions, as well as qi gong, which uses synchronized breathing and movement exercises to re-circulate energy in the body.
The five-star, PADI-certified staff at Jupiter Dive Center, a waterside school, mentors divers of all experience levels in progressive PADI courses. In the multiday courses, instructors teach to general open-water certifications and specialized styles, such as wreck diving and night diving. Guides also lead certified divers on guided day or night charters into the artificial shipwrecks and coral reefs blanketing the local sea floor. Though specific sites vary according to daily conditions, excursions drift past herds of sea life, including colorful schools of fish, peaceful anemones, and sea turtles out-swimming hares arrogantly napping in their own scuba helmets. Dive-shop staff outfits divers' bodies with high-end scuba gear, such as Scubapro suits and instruments.
The suds-smiths at Eagle Cleaners purify clothing of blemishes and imperfections. Stain-hunters track down specks as tenaciously as detectives pursue corrupt aldermen, then dissolve them with a soil-loosening pretreatment and powerful solvent. Restore two-piece suits to their pre-appetizer glory ($11.25), or send dresses back in time to avert champagne-spattering collisions ($10.99). The tidying techs blaze paths to unsoiled freedom for hard-playing sport coats ($5.99) and winter-worn sweaters ($6.99). Shirts and blouses swim through the cleaning vat, emerging from the pool purged ($5.75). Customers living from Indiantown Road to Northlake Boulevard and from the ocean to the turnpike need never leave the comfort of their pillow forts, as free pickup and delivery can be arranged online.
For 22 years, Airstar, Inc. technicians have helped customers keep cool heads. Now while they can't eliminate telemarketer calls, junk mail, or other sources of domestic frustration, they can help keep AC and heating units in good working order, which can help extend a unit's life expectancy and increase energy efficiency. Technicians provide free estimates to determine what sort of repairs are needed, these services range from changing a furnace filter to making sure the giant Antarctic snowflake powering your AC doesn't melt.