There are many facets to health. That's why Living Tree Center for Healing provides wellness services ranging from chiropractic care and yoga classes to nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice. The facility also employs several licensed massage therapists. In the comfort of a private room, guests may request deep-tissue pressure to mitigate lower-layer aches, or craniosacral therapy to remedy ailments such as TMJ and scoliosis.
Whether you lack teeth, time, or a taste for chewing your fruit, Smoothie Creations can whip you up a drinkable feast that'll help keep scurvy at bay while working out the cheek muscles necessary for blowing powerful raspberries. To concoct a sturdy smoothie, start with a foundation of either ice cubes, low-fat yogurt, or soy milk. From there, the creative control rests in your hands, mind, and panting tongue. Elect a preconceived potion such as a Pineorange Pleaser, combining pineapples and bananas with a collision of orange and pineapple nectars, or opt for a Mo Chafee fusion of house coffee and decadent chocolate to attack the day with the fury of a gentle, focused tornado. In the event that your desires require an undiscovered pairing, the friendly smoothie sorcerers at Smoothie Creations will gladly mix a custom creation from available materials.
When you specialize in laser hair removal you're bound to rack up an impressive number of treatments—just ask the staff at Skin Deep Laser Spa. To date, the cosmetic therapists have performed more than 10,000 treatments, which is more than the entire continent of Antarctica. Their years of experience and use of the Candela GentleLase laser means unwanted body hair can expect to be plucked. For similarly noninvasive treatments, they also offer VelaShape's cellulite-removing mix of infrared heat, radio frequency, and massage.
You won't find much in the way of chemicals and surgical implements at Richfield Natural Health Center, whose therapists believe that natural and preventative healthcare is the answer to most afflictions. Given their results, it's difficult to argue. They work closely with clients and their physicians, developing custom plans to help tackle issues ranging from stress to chronic pain. Through treatments such as reflexology and elemental aromatherapy, they help clients relax more effectively than squeezing a pillow or screaming into a stress ball.
People from 40 states and 12 countries have come to Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center for treatment. Though the holistic facility offers a range of traditional and alternative medical services, more than 8,000 patients from across the globe have arrived at its door with the specific goal of experiencing the Tenpenny Sensitivity Reduction Technique—T-SRT—an anti-allergy methodology developed by founder Sherri Tenpenny, DO, in 1997. The technique combines three complementary practices—kinesiology, homeopathy, and acupressure—to evaluate and redirect bodily energy. The treatment requires patients to be in contact with the allergen while the practitioner activates a series of acupressure points on the spine, arms, and legs, and it can provide relief from common irritants such as ragweed, food allergens, and infomercials.
The caring, multidisciplinary staff also provides nonpharmaceutical solutions to family health issues. Pediatrician and homeopathic physician Janet Levatin, MD, keeps kids healthy, and Doctor of Chiropractic Matt Grant helps patients manage their chronic pain. Licensed acupuncturist Linda Corlett treats issues from insomnia to weight gain with traditional and needle-free treatments, and holistic gynecologist Dr. Cindy Fraed keeps women healthy with infusions of bio-identical hormones. The center also features breast thermography, a radiation-free detection system that can identify areas of concern up seven years before the abnormality could be detected by traditional mammography.
Western Reserve's team of plastic surgeons and licensed aestheticians restore complexions with high-end skincare products and attentive service. Custom micropeels retexturize and rejuvenate worn visages to deter the effects of aging, skin sensitivity, acne, and Halloween masks that have fused to patients' faces ($100–$150). A comprehensive skin evaluation helps the skin sculptors determine the correct balance of hydrating and exfoliating products needed to effectively treat individual skin qualms such as fine lines, discoloration, and sun and environmental damage ($50). Like parents ushering children off to school, each micropeel gently encourages dead skin cells to leave home and never return. At the end of three tailored treatments, patients should expect previously furrowed brows to feel more hydrated, relaxed, and youthful.