Health & Fitness in Morristown


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  • Heskett Family Chiropractic
    At the age of 16—when most teenagers are dreaming about receiving their driver’s license—Michael Heskett was dreaming about attaining his chiropractic license. Following in his big brother’s footsteps, Heskett graduated from Life University in 1995 and has spent the years since spreading awareness of chiropractic health in the Lakeway area. He regularly gives community talks on spinal hygiene and sponsors Chiropractors with Compassion, a movement to fund holistic treatments for children. In Heskett Family Chiropractic’s more than 16 years of business, Dr. Heskett has kept the office up to date on emerging diagnostic technology. Digital x-rays reveal the inner workings of the spine while protecting patients from the large doses of radiation emitted by traditional x-rays. Para-thermal imaging detects heat fluctuations in the spine by up to 1/100th of a degree Celsius—helping Dr. Heskett pinpoint areas of irritation.
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    310 Central Church Rd.
    Morristown, TN US
  • The Permanent Cosmetics Center
    Permanent-cosmetics specialist Kim Seals wants women to look and feel beautiful from the moment they wake up. Having been in the business for over 14 years, the beauty specialist helms The Permanent Cosmetics Center?with locations sprawled across Tennessee and Virginia?where she enhances visages with everlasting makeup. After working with clients to design the perfect look, the expert marks skin with natural pigments to create subtle or dramatic eyeliner, fill in sparse brows, or give lips a voluminous pout. Aside from enhancing natural beauty, Kim can also mask imperfections, such as scars and third nostrils, with her expert services.
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    1843 West Morris Boulevard
    Morristown, TN US
  • Gatlinburg Zipline Adventures
    At Zip Gatlinburg Tree Trek Adventures, riders as young as 5 can go flying through the treetops. During the 1.5-hour guided tour, guests glide down nine long ziplines. And if for some reason they miss the view of the National Park or the squirrels performing a flash mob down below, the GoPro camera attached to their helmets might catch it. Alternately, visitors can take on the ropes course, traversing bridges as high as the trees, scampering up ladders, and sailing across trapezes. For a slightly tamer attraction, climb onto the trapeze net, which hangs 30 feet off the ground.
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    322 Historic Nature Trail
    Gatlinburg, TN US
  • Tennessee Smokies Baseball
    The Smokies, a Double-A minor-league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, hold a commanding lead in the North division with over 30 wins in the season's second half. As the team heads into the 2010 playoffs for the North Division of the Southern League, they are led by three of the top five current batting leaders in the league. You and three other humans can enjoy a night of watching potential future Cubs, and potential (and unlikely) future Grammy-winning recording artists battling a soon-to-be determined rival. All tickets purchased will be seated together in the field level seats, so groups that want to perform synchronized cheers, with a hot dog in one hand, a small soda in the other hand, and a program in the other hand, should have one person purchase all of the tickets.
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    3540 Line Dr
    Kodak, TN US
  • Adventure Park at Five Oaks
    Adventure Park at Five Oaks helps guests take in the natural splendor of the Smoky Mountains with leisurely horseback-riding trails and a towering network of adrenaline-inducing ziplines, which together span the park's 70-acre expanse. Staff members select from more than 50 horses residing at the park’s stable, allowing them to make careful matches with customers based on their comfort and experience levels. Guests seeking solace can weave through wooded trails while bonding with noble beasts, whereas thrill seekers reach up to 50 miles per hour on a network of ziplines. The canopy-scanning lines are also open during evening hours, providing guests with ample opportunity to view starlit mountaintops and roast hotdogs in their homemade lunar ovens.
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    1628 Parkway
    Sevierville, TN US
  • Curves
    As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby by trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.
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    741 Dolly Parton Pkwy
    Sevierville, TN US

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