The neon hues decking each of Orlando Tan Company's private treatment rooms evoke a beachy feel, allowing guests to simulate the experience of sunbathing while getting a jumpstart on a sultry summer glow. Each room houses one of four levels of UV bed, which bolster the classic tanning experience with high-pressure bulbs, air-conditioning systems, and angled neck and shoulder tanners that even out the awkward color gained during outdoor handstands. Meanwhile, UV-free Mystic spray-tanning booths ensconce bodies in a spacious standup compartment that coats skin in alternating jets of pigmented mist and cool air to leave a weeklong golden sheen in fewer than 60 seconds. Behind the counter, the salon showcases a selection of tan-enhancing lotions, each of which works to prolong tawny hues by moisturizing skin, adding a touch of bronzer, and convincing skin cells that they're made of copper.
Longwood Healing Center and Spa's specialists use holistic methods to usher their patients toward personal beauty and wellness goals. Acupuncture, hormone therapy, and massage stimulate misaligned body systems to help improve clients' internal maladies. A variety of laser therapies is also available for body contouring and help with smoking cessation by distracting cigarette-delivery cats. Eschewing the use of drugs or surgery, the clinic aims to help visitors live a less toxic, less painful existence while helping them remain looking young.
Once clients are comfortably ensconced in the dentist's chair, the oral exam begins. The dentist and his/her fellow toothsperts will check each individual incisor, cuspid, bicuspid, and molar for chips, cracks, staining, and loitering Minnesota Twins, ensuring that enamel bones are sound for biting, and gums and soft tissues will be inspected for any signs of periodontal disease. The x-ray battery exposes the roots and inner sanctums of oral stalagmites to reveal any soft spots, problem areas, or cavities. When your mouth checks out as mammalian and your teeth are cleared for take-off, the professional teeth cleaning begins. An expert cleaning removes all the buildup and surface staining that regular brushing and flossing can't—hardened tartar, hard-to-reach plaque, and bacterial graffiti along the gum line.
Dr. Steven Levine is something of a local healthcare celebrity. For nearly 10 years, he hosted a radio show called "Back to Health," covering chiropractic topics and educating Orlando listeners on how to overcome common aches and pains. But it's not his notoriety that stands out most—Nor even his more than 30 years of experience in the chiropractic field. Mostly, Dr. Levine prides himself as a diagnostician talented in locating his patents' sources of pain.
For his entire career, Dr. Levine has taken the greater missions of the chiropractic practice to heart, attending 100-hour post-graduate programs that deal with diagnosing and monitoring various types of spinal issues. He's equally passionate about treating those issues without the use of drugs. Once he's deduced the source of his patient's pain during examinations, he corrects them with gentle spinal adjustments that require no drugs, needles, or yelling.
Board certified in family practice and anti-aging medicine, Dr. Don Colbert has been dedicated to the physical and spiritual health of central Floridians for 25 years. Along with certified chiropractor and laser practitioner Dr. Jennifer Vaughn, Dr. Colbert strives to offer his patients alternative methods to antibiotics, synthetic pain medications, mood-altering drugs, and hypnosis induced by relatives at family parties. Services include nutrition counseling and homeopathy as well as technology-driven solutions such as laser hair restoration and nonsurgical spinal decompression. Guests can also pick up Divine Health Nutritional Products developed by Dr. Colbert himself.
Dr. Colbert is the author of more than 40 books on nutrition, exercise, wellness, and faith, including The New York Times bestseller The Seven Pillars of Health: The Natural Way to Better Health for Life, and has been featured in numerous publications, including Prevention magazine.