Five minutes. That's the longest LifeStyle Chiropractic Centers aims to have their patients wait to be seen. Valuing their clients' time is just one of the things that set this office apart. Their clinical team has rendered more than 100,000 patient treatments for a wide variety of ailments, from orthopedic issues related to sports injuries and car accidents to the effects of neurological disorders such as strokes and spinal cord injuries. The staff also participates in upwards of 80 hours of continuing education annually, more than eight times the time it takes to watch the first season of Grey's Anatomy. Using this know-how, they can work with both doctors and insurance companies to ensure a truly collaborative rehabilitation experience.
Licensed massage therapist Vernon Lamp illuminates the silver linings in achy muscle clouds with his healing bodywork. Drawing on more than 14 years of experience, Vernon can administer relaxing Swedish strokes or access deeper aches with deep-tissue or trigger-point therapy. Pranic energy healing and acupressure are also available to decongest life energy pathways and promote wellness.
At Olympico Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Thomas George draws on his degree from the National University of Health Sciences to help relieve his patients’ pain. Beyond spinal adjustments, he also specializes in a variety of services such as cold laser therapy, therapeutic exercise, electrical muscle stimulation, and weight-loss therapy. By exercising the power of these treatments and using them in combination with each other, Dr. George can help alleviate afflictions that range from neck pain and back pain to fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches.
At The Body Repair Shop, licensed massage therapist Robin dedicates herself to helping clients achieve relaxation. Beneath her nimble fingers, tension melts away via a wide range of massage styles, from the long, flowing strokes of Swedish massage to hot stone, which, despite popular belief, is not a pickup line from one geologist to another.
The staff at CN Spa Laser take a hard stance against wrinkles and blemishes, but they're flexible when it comes to technology. Since 1999, they've been updating their equipment to stay abreast of advances in the aesthetic field. That means that the med-spa is always stocked with state-of-the-art tools, from FDA-approved lasers to really cool goggles for protecting your eyes from the lasers. The lasers assist with procedures such as hair removal, skin firming, and the reduction of age spots. Technicians also administer Botox and other injectables to ward off wrinkles and fine lines.
Despite their focus on current technology, the CN Spa Laser team hasn't given up on certain classic treatments: they still treat clients to massages, mani-pedis, facials, and makeup applications.