The aesthetics experts at Finelines Permanent Cosmetics employ their extensive training in microdermabrasion, cellulite reduction, and therapeutic treatments to improve the appearance of skin surfaces and boost patients' self-esteem. The body-tweaking troop guarantees all administered treatments for up to three months, ensuring that extended eyelashes remain bat-worthy and potential cellulite zones remain smoother than a sweet-talking seal.
Beth McQuinn blends scientific research with a holistic approach to medicine. Before she opened her practice, she was already combining the two. While in college, she went into premed and worked as a certified nursing assistant. McQuinn then studied women's health, craniosacral therapy, IV therapy, and physical medicine while in Bastyr University's naturopathic doctorate program. Now, this member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians works to prevent ailments before they start and cope with them effectively when they arise. She uses a variety of methods to keep patients at their optimum health, including pharmaceutical and herbal prescriptions, regular checkups, nutritional therapy, and massages.
Dr. Chen-Ying (Richard) Huang has a former patient to thank for his foray into holistic medicine. It was during his time as an occupational therapist in Taiwan that he noticed a dramatic surge in progress for one of his recovering patients. Upon inquiring into this change, Dr. Huang found that the patient had tried acupuncture to augment his rehab, with great results. That's when Dr. Huang began to explore acupuncture and other alternative forms of healing. At Amazing Alternative Acupuncture, he combines Western and Chinese medicinal approaches to assuage physical and emotional pain with treatments such as acupuncture, Chinese herbal supplements, and NAET allergy relief.
Just like any other art form, the key to brilliant cooking is practice. And Chef Anne Marie certainly has had her fair share: over the last 27 years, she's honed her skills in various kitchens, including a stint at culinary school. Today, she augments her chef duties by also acting as both a caterer and cooking instructor, offering classes through which she teaches pupils everything from baking a loaf of bread to creating hearty soups and stews. Chef Anne Marie also works one-on-one with clients to help plan events, create custom recipes, and perform kitchen shortcuts, such as opening cans with fangs when a can opener isn’t around.