Doctor of Chiropractic Randy Randhawa, a nationally board-certified chiropractor whose office is located within Wycoff Wellness Center, has been fighting spinal misalignments for more than 10 years. He also attempts to alleviate other health problems, such as shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries, and uncontrollable whistling, with chiropractic care for men, women, children, athletes, and expectant mothers. No matter what form his treatments take, his goal is to provide patients with education, nutritional guidance, and preventive or rehabilitative exercises as needed.
Lindsay Joy makes sure her manicures and pedicures don?t just look good, but also last a long time. The nail technician clips, files, and buffs keratin sheets before covering them in a special shellac polish that protects nails against chips and scratches. Clients with too-short or unsightly fingernails can have Lindsay cover them with acrylics that serve as a new and durable canvas for coats of nail polish. The manicure and pedicures inside Salon Savvy pamper clients along with haircuts, coloring services, and facials.
At Painless Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic James Ide and his staff help kids and adults overcome pain and leader healthier, happier lives. Their services, which include spinal decompression, can help alleviate an array of ailments ranging from back pain and arthritis to stress, low energy, and anxiety. In addition to offering chiropractic care, Dr. Ide and his team can perform massages to help clients find relief from soreness or improve their eating habits during nutrition counseling sessions or etiquette lessons.
Once you pass Salon Savvy?s pristine hairstyling stations and black-leather mani-pedi chairs, you reach a private room surrounded by blue-grey walls and illuminated by flickering candles. This room is Ashley Kosloski?s home away from home, where her clients visit so she can fix their skin problems. In doing so, Ashley customizes her facials to ensure any skin type or issue is correctly addressed. She extracts acne-causing dirt and bacteria from pores and imbues dry patches with moisturizer. A special microdermabrasion wand tackles fine lines and blemishes by exfoliating the topmost layer of skin on faces, revealing a visage that looks millions of seconds younger.
Focusing on first-time, novice women, Team Training New England prepares its athletes to do their first triathlons in a safe, fun, group environment. Based in Central Connecticut, TTNE is run by two USA Triathlon Certified triathlon coaches.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Joseph E. Mark helms Plastic Surgery Arts and Spa?and, per his certifications, he finesses physiques with artful reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. However, he and his team work just as effectively without incisions, especially when it comes to contouring. They have a noninvasive method at their disposal: CoolSculpting. The process freezes stubborn fat deposits so the body can eliminate them naturally.
The team takes care to earn the "spa" in their center's name, too, with plenty of treatments that beautify bodies without reshaping them. Their spray tans, for instance, give clients a summery glow free from UV damage, while laser hair-removal treatments neutralize unwanted stubble and address especially severe cases of hat hair.