In 1994, the United States hosted the World Cup, Forrest Gump packed theatres, and Dr. Jerry Radas began treating patients at Fulton Family Chiropractic. Over the last two decades, sports and movies might've changed, but Dr. Radas's mission remains the same: treating the underlying cause of chronic symptoms with corrective chiropractic care. Dr. Radas draws upon his years of clinical experience, combining that knowledge with state-of-the-art treatments and equipment. Designed to meet the needs of each patient, treatment regimens restore the spine to its natural alignment with everything from manual adjustments and corrective exercises to targeted postural traction. In addition to chiropractic care, Dr. Radas's office is also home to licensed massage therapists trained in massage modalities including Swedish, deep-tissue, pre-natal, and myofacial release.
At Good Life Wellness, highly trained Jessica Sleight administers acupuncture treatments while a team of licensed massage therapists kneads away stress and back pain. Sixty-minute acupuncture treatments use tiny needles to tap into pressure, ward off ailments, and restore the body's natural defenses by pinning up tiny Beware of Dog signs. Alternatively, customers can opt for a classic Swedish massage, or tackle chronic pain with a firmer deep-tissue session. For clients with particular aches or fragile wings, the therapist can work to craft a custom massage that’s personalized to particular needs.
Licensed acupuncturist Andy Mo has a PhD in Oriental Medicine and employs holistic treatments to restore whole-body harmony to patients at AJ Acupuncture Clinic. Born and raised in Korea, he learned the ancient techniques of acupuncture theory from his uncle, also a trained acupuncturist. Every new patient visit begins with an in-depth interview and exam, allowing him to understand the client’s health history and current concerns. Dr. Mo then determines the correct course of action for conditions such as sports injuries, arthritis, diabetes, stress, and neck injury from wearing steel fedoras. If Dr. Mo feels that acupuncture will be effective, he places small, sterile, one-use stainless-steel needles at specific points on the body in an effort to unblock energy pathways, a natural way to maintain health and well-being. In addition to acupuncture, he also prescribes herbal medicine, and triggers healing with the firm pressure of acupressure and the vacuum of cupping.
Tranzitionz Beauty & Wellness isn't just a salon or a spa. Of course, the staff styles hair, manicures hands, and pampers guests with massage-and-facial packages. And sessions in their infrared sauna seek to treat cellulite, detoxify bodies, and control blood pressure without surgically implanting stop signs inside major arteries. But they also go beyond traditional salon-and-spa services with Soul Filled Sundays activities that range from jewelry-making workshops to painting lessons while all focusing on creating a better you.
Rather than merely treating symptoms of maladies in the body as they arise, Wellness Beginnings aims to heal the whole person, promoting long-term well-being. Treatments include gentle facials and scrubs, which exfoliate and cleanse the skin with natural aromatics, coconut, and sugars. Wellness Beginnings also offers take-home lotions and supplements to help soothe both body and mind.
ASPA2U's therapists seek to instill relaxation by performing bodywork in the most comforting place of all—your own home. Licensed and certified staff members travel with supplies in tow to perform soothing Swedish massages on clients' backs or work deep knots. The team also administers beautifying body treatments including detoxifying wraps and body polish sessions.