Bliss Acupuncture Wellness Center is a Korean-medicine wellness center that fuses Eastern and Western health care to heal the body as a whole. The clinic's Korean medical doctors and licensed acupuncturists use holistic methods to treat everything from chronic pain and hair loss to skin problems, gynecological issues, and injuries. Clients can also receive nutritional counseling and herbal medicine at Bliss Acupuncture Wellness Center.
In 1987, Evelyn Knapp and Carol Kur founded Personal Training Institute. Since then, their creation has expanded to 13 locations, thanks to a well-executed specialty: custom fitness and nutrition programs. The institute's one-on-one training regimens start with an evaluation, which covers everything from a medical history to a body fat analysis. Based on the results and clients' goals, trainers craft workouts that blend strength training and cardio, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, and motivational techniques, such as convincing clients that they can run all the way to Hawaii. The comprehensive regimens feature nutritional guidance, too, which helps clients to boost their overall health along with their fitness levels.
Eyeglass House's team of New York–licensed sight shamans soothes squinting eyes with a variety of designer frames and lenses crafted on-site with advanced edging technology. Customers can adorn their eyes with single-vision lenses (starting at $95), progressive lenses (starting at $265), or designer frames from lines such as Coach, Betsey Johnson, and Gucci ($225 on average). More sensitive peepers can opt for Polaroid sunglass lenses (starting at $190). Eyeglass House also specializes in children's eyewear, boasting contact lenses for young adults and more than 300 children's frame styles that can be equipped with impact-resistant lenses perfect for sessions of full-contact spitball.
With more than 20 years of individual experience, optometrists Dr. Joel Kestenbaum and Dr. Michelle Zalaznick lead Optix Family Eyecare Center’s small, dedicated army of eyeball preservationists, providing residents with fashionable ocular correctives and designer-designed retina sunshields. Optix is the largest designer-sunglasses oasis in the area, so brands such as Ray Bans ($139–$279), Nike ($139–$199), and Coach ($159–$289) are available for the discerning UV fighter. If you choose to go the prescription route, polycarbonate lenses are available standard ($129) and with a non-glare package ($199). Today’s deal includes a $50 eye-exam credit; complete health eye exams start at $95, so expect about half off the test that can determine your eyesight and whether Ray Bans will make you look more like Jake, Elroy, or their brother Joshua, who only wore them because of his extreme sensitivity to neon lights.
Jodie Feist, a licensed optician and the architect behind Plainview Opticians, captains a dedicated team that remedies fuzzy eyesight with comprehensive exams, a wealth of alluring frames, and vision-correcting contacts. Jodie's mission to undermine the reluctance to wear prescription eyewear comes to fruition with Plainview Opticians' collection of fashion-forward spectacles from esteemed designers such as Oliver Peoples, Legre Eyewear, Ray-Ban, and Calvin Klein. In the office's onsite lab, opticians can fit freshly made lenses into any style of frame or farsighted telescope, enhancing clarity with antireflective coating, bifocal panels, and progressive technology.