Doctor of Chiropractic LaCombe understands that we all have just one body for life, and so he has dedicated his life to the body's health and well-being. To restore bodies, the 15-year veteran of chiropractic melds and molds a variety of treatment methods to suit each patient. After thorough orthopedic, neurologic, posture, muscle-strength, and range-of-motion examinations, he can diagnose the cause of pain. To alleviate it, he applies electrical stimulation, myofascial release, or traditional spinal adjustments. As a proponent of holistic medicine, Dr. LaCombe works to correct musculoskeletal issues to prevent further aggravation or injury, and offers nutritional and fitness counseling—as well as massage—to complete a well-rounded approach, one infused with friendliness and hospitality.
An avid cyclist, strength trainer, and racquetball player, Dr. Jason T. Coe believes that physical activity is the ultimate preventative medicine. At Mason Family Chiropractic, Dr. Coe helps his clients get back in the game with noninvasive adjustments and massages designed to promote better movement.
Wildflowers Salon & Spa is a beauty emporium that will smooth and soothe whatever section of your surface area that aches for tending, from your freshly sore Olive Oyl tattoo to the love-bite scars from your pet gull. Because this deal can be applied to any of Wildflowers myriad services, you may have trouble deciding which parts of you should get special treatment. A customized organic medi facial ($65) will leave your skin looking its healthiest and youngest with a radiant glow. Expert aestheticians can jumpstart an Olympic swimming career with waxing services, such as a single treatment to the underarm ($25), brow/lip/chin combo ($30), and full leg ($55). Melt your muscles into buttery bliss with a 30-minute ($40) or 60-minute ($65) revitalizing massage. Wildflowers' professional stylists provide men's ($20) and women's ($32) haircuts. Feel free to combine services or choose a service over the value of this Groupon and pay the difference.
Many are familiar with the saying "Love what you do and do what you love," but few actually live it. When Missy Steed discovered massage therapy, she finally found the thing that made her truly happy: making others happy. A graduate of the Dayton School of Medical Massage, Missy is well versed in most of the classic treatments, including relaxation, deep-tissue, and cold-stone massage. Additionally, she is also a certified infant massage instructor who leads classes that teach parents how to pamper their little ones at home. These classes, and the subsequent treatments lavished upon the lucky kids, can have numerous benefits. They promote bonding between parents and children and also relax infants after a long day of refusing to eat or arguing with the cat about whose tiny sweater is cuter.
The power of touch is applied every day inside Massage Wellness Center, where licensed massage therapists help patients find relief from discomfort using deep-tissue, relaxation, and sports massage modalities. At the helm of the center is Dr. Richard Jones, who further alleviates pain and helps prevent future issues with chiropractic adjustments and low-level laser light therapy treatments.