At Body Work Therapeutic Massage, located inside Strandz Salon & Spa, licensed massage therapist Mark Lechtner turns tense muscles buttery soft with four different types of massages. A private room protects Mark and his clients from noise, distractions, and aggressive encyclopedia salesmen during the consultation and the 30- to 120-minute massages. In addition to classic styles such as Swedish and deep-tissue massage, Mark is proficient in mu-xing therapy—a treatment that uses heated tools made of rosewood and bamboo to help heal deeper muscle layers–and offers other services such as postural assessments and orthopedic assessments.
Rhonda Lloyd has more specialties than people have fingers and toes––well, most people. Rhonda's focus is on results-driven facials, including chemical peels, peel alternatives, microdermabrasion, and PCA Skin treatments. She's also a clinical aesthetician, manicurist, and a licensed massage therapist. In the comfort of her private studio, clients can seek relaxation with a firm deep-tissue massage, or requisition her reflexology expertise to promote healing through the feet, hands, and ears.
Although chiropractic generally centers on the health of the spine, the doctors' adjustments at Regional Chiropractic Center don’t stop there. With hands informed by first-hand sports experience, the doctors soothe sources of pain with adjustments for virtually every major joint, such as the shoulder, elbow, knee, and hip. In addition to dealing in the skeletal system, the doctors lead a staff of licensed massage therapists who deliver deft massage strokes.
Doctor of Chiropractic Tom Duncan corrects vertebral subluxations—vertebrae that are out of line—with low-force adjustments that are gentle enough for newborns and the elderly. He has mastered more than 12 different chiropractic techniques to treat everything from neck pain to sinus problems. He also tackles sports injuries, foot pain, TMJ, and chronic back pain with high-tech thermal graphing and cold-laser therapy, and he uses neuromuscular education to teach the body how to properly sit or stand on the middle toe.
After battling the acute pain of a herniated L4/L5 disk, Doctor of Chiropractic Scott E. Lynn found relief in the therapies and treatments of his local chiropractor. Afterward, Dr. Lynn decided to share the same gift of healing with others, and earned his certification from Palmer College of Chiropractic. At Chiropractic Wellness Center, Dr. Lynn animates his deep, personal motivation by combining traditional adjustments with modern technologies and therapeutic touch to give his patients the kind of care he found so valuable. He and his team use ultrasound technology to speed up the healing process as well as spinal decompression to heal discs damaged by angrily throwing a frisbee disc at a broken compact disc.