The clairvoyant at Superior Psychic has been tapping into the psychic realm for more than 18 years. Clients seeking advice and guidance on any number of issues, ranging from romantic guidance to career advice and help overcoming all matters, can choose from psychic, palm, and tarot-card readings in order to find answers to their problems. Superior Psychic also offers aura cleansing and chakra balancing to help clients overcome obstacles and find balance and happiness.
A passion for healing others runs in Dr. Liwen "Lily" Heh's veins. She's the third generation in her family to study the art of acupuncture, a calling she has been practicing for more than 20 years. Before coming to the United States more than 15 years ago, Lily studied her family's craft in China, where she earned a degree from Beijing China Medical University.
Today, as a board-certified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, she eliminates her clients' mental and bodily woes with both acupuncture and alternative medicine. Her cupping sessions help banish discomfort by alleviating pressure in achy spots, and her herbal teas help boost energy levels and reduce the need for midday smelling salts.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Marc S. Schneider, MD, helms Schneider Centre for Plastic Surgery, where he and his staff offer surgical and nonsurgical procedures for patients' aesthetic goals. They offer services such as skin resurfacing, liposuction, body lifts, and laser hair removal.
Dr. Ralph Garramone, recipient of Castle Connolly Medical's Top Doctors award in Gulfshore Life magazine in 2010, oversees a staff of medical technicians who thwart hostile hair takeovers with ultramodern laser technology. During each approximately 15-minute laser hair-removal session, the guest lies on a treatment bed as concentrated light beams hone in on unwanted follicles, using heat to stunt hair growth. After the lasers zap away overstaying stubble, the technician applies a soothing gel to cool and comfort skin. For optimal results, Ralph Garramone Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa suggests six treatments five weeks apart from each other to render the epidermis as smooth and hair-free as a freshly shorn bowling ball.
For years, Jennifer Brady saw how people constantly neglected their skin, but as an office worker in the business world, she felt she couldn’t do anything about it. Then one day she decided to answer her calling and become a skin therapist. She now works at The Center for Natural Healing, improving people’s skin at the cellular level with noninvasive anti-inflammatory and antibacterial treatments.
Brady joins a diverse staff interested in natural healing, including Zimbabwe-born massage therapist Candace Tranter, who encourages clients to call her after a massage to discuss their fantasy-football lineups as well as anything that’s still troubling them emotionally or physically. Tammy Pangburn also massages away pains and performs reiki to balance health, and Noneen O’Rafferty treats symptoms such as sciatica and Bell's palsy with acupuncture.