Massage Therapy's licensed therapist, Michael Manning, convinces snarled muscles to let loose under the supervision of his dexterous digits, which are fluent in three main modalities. The slow strokes of Swedish massage soothe muscles into a state of relaxation normally experienced only by cooked pasta. Limbs that have been injured or overworked during athletic encounters unclench with sports massages, and therapeutic sessions return mobility to stiff appendages without surgically implanting extra elbows.
Natural rock salts cover every wall surface of The Salt Room's treatment rooms, including the floors and ceilings. The facility uses salt's innate antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to help alleviate a number of symptoms, from allergies and asthma to bronchitis and emphysema. Inside those treatment rooms, visitors lounge in comfortable recliners while breathing in the healing particles, which clear nasal and lung passageways of allergens, bacteria, and mucus blockage. The Salt Room also offers various unsalted services, including acupuncture, massage, skin care, and yoga.
Katie Emily spent years as a legal assistant and real-estate agent before opting for a more hands-on career as the owner of Katie's Salon. Today, she works closely with a staff of stylists and nail technicians to give women, men, and kids updated takes on classic styles. As clients step into the full-service salon, which also offers hair, nails, massage, facials, and tanning services, they'll be greeted with a glass of wine, soda, or coffee to sip while they wait.
As Doctor of Chiropractic Peter Szakacs trained in pre-med University of Pennsylvania, he couldn't help but think of something his high-school chiropractor told him. The chiropractor—who had treated Szakacs after a football-related back injury and helped both of his parents avoid surgery—expressed how rewarding the chiropractic calling was. He suggested that Szakacs follow in his footsteps, as Szakacs told ACOMHealth.
Now, Dr. Pete—as his patients call him—is the chiropractor and clinical director at Quantum Vitality Centres, treating symptoms such as back pain and sciatica with chiropractic adjustments. But his services go beyond the chiropractic: He is passionate about anti-aging medicine and fall prevention and uses advanced technology to help patients live longer, healthier lives. He also employs innovative physical therapies such as spinal decompression and shortwave-diathermy sessions, in which a device generates an electromagnetic field that is designed to halt back pain, bursitis, or computer-related strain.
Dr. Pete has also completed extensive post-graduate training in acupuncture, nutrition, and rehabilitation and guides his patients toward achieving their weight-loss goals.
Infinity Fitness & Medi Spa combines its fully equipped health club with a 3,000-square-foot day spa that revivifies bodies with a slew of pampering services. Coddle weary digits with an Infinity spa manicure, which carefully sculpts nails and cuticles. A hot-towel wrap and hand and forearm massage loosen limbs, while a professional polish refines the phalanges for elegant head scratching and sophisticated wet willies. A pedicure de-stresses steppers with an aromatherapy soak and light massage. Callus removal and exfoliation break through the foot's toughened exterior, softening the skin and warming the sole before a coat of polish seals in any lingering beauty vapors.
While attending Withlacoochee Technical Institute, Charles Haffner learned a diverse array of massage techniques ranging from flowing Swedish strokes to firm, deep-tissue pressure. Now as a licensed massage therapist, Charles offers his therapeutic expertise out of Maxibell Bodywork and Massage. In addition to longer bodywork sessions, chair massages are available for clients and La-Z-Boy recliners hoping to live up to the name.