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.
As a medical aesthetician, Julie Kline has trained under award-winning plastic surgeon Dr. Steven Dayan, where she learned advanced skincare techniques and ways to get the most out of the products she uses. She helps her clients fight the signs of aging with microdermabrasion treatments, microcurrent therapies, and chemical peels. For gents, she performs men's facials that ward off razor burn. Julie is also a certified permanent-makeup artist, which allows her to apply indelible cosmetics to those with sensitivities to traditional makeup or faint features due to medical conditions.
The pros at Emma’s Spa wield a single piece of cotton thread with the same grace as people did during ancient times, quickly removing unwanted hair on upper lips, chins, or brows. Other services offered at the spa aren’t as old as threading, but still pamper patrons all the same. Facials gently scrap away dull skin and massages keep cranky muscles at bay. They experts also dispense manicures that leave all eleven fingers extra sparkly.
Chantell Havens customizes massages to suit her clients’ requests for pain and stress relief. Swedish, therapeutic, and deep-tissue massage techniques help curb a long list of chronic conditions including migraines, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, and neck pain. To help her along the way, Chantell uses heated stones, salt scrubs, and heated bamboo sticks during massages.
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.
More than 10 doctors practice at Tristate Orthopaedic Treatment Centers. They specialize in both surgical and nonsurgical treatments for the joints, bones, spine, muscles, and ligaments, from total joint replacement to medical massage.