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Body in Balance Studio’s neutral tones engender peace and clarity, and it is in that atmosphere that owner Pamela Smith and a staff of licensed therapists work to extricate stress from muscles. After consulting with clients, therapists personalize massage sessions with techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone. They can add aromatherapy to promote relaxation the way the smell of hot coffee makes it easier to wake up and the scent of gasoline makes it easier to know something's wrong with the wedding. The team also renders spa treatments—such as facials and waxing—to groom exteriors, and they host occasional yoga classes in a sage-green room.
At A Kneaded Balance, LLC, founder Angela Sharkey draws from a host of certifications as she assuages aches and pains throughout the body. Having completed advanced training in oncology massage and lymphatic treatments, Angela soothes patients battling or recovering from cancer, or encourages drainage and decongestion in clients suffering from lymphedema. In addition to treating chronic or temporary physical ailments, she also promotes a deep sense of relaxation through hot-stone massages and reflexology treatments.
At Health Source of Concord, Doctor of Chiropractic Chris W. McNulty eliminates pain and puts bodies back into balance with noninvasive, drug-free chiropractic techniques. For instance, he performs gentle spinal adjustments, using a "specific prone" technique that's geared toward patients' comfort. He also promotes health through acupuncture treatments, expertly redirecting the body's flow of energy with thin, sterile needles.
Nobody sings the praises of modern technology louder than Doctor of Chiropractic Seth Moliver, except maybe his patients. That’s because Dr. Moliver relies on advanced ProAdjuster technology to aid him in his chiropractic treatments. This computerized technology calculates a light force that’s ideal for adjusting and analyzing vertebrae. To better customize his treatments, Dr. Moliver also uses digital x-rays that help him spot subluxations.
Although chiropractic generally centers on the health of the spine, the doctors' adjustments at Regional Chiropractic Center don’t stop there. With hands informed by first-hand sports experience, the doctors soothe sources of pain with adjustments for virtually every major joint, such as the shoulder, elbow, knee, and hip. In addition to dealing in the skeletal system, the doctors lead a staff of licensed massage therapists who deliver deft massage strokes.