Susan Lord NP-C provides Botox treatments for the treatment of fine lines and wrinkles. The practitioners at Healthy Habits Wellness Clinic also apply their hands-on techniques to patients with an array of treatments including Juvederm, Latisse, microdermabrasion, lipo laser treatments, hormone balancing, and lipotropic injections. They believe in determining the underlying causes of ailments rather than just treating their symptoms, while also striving to help improve patients' beauty.
Founded with the goal of outfitting its pupils with the skills necessary to excel in the spa and salon industries, Milan Institute of Cosmetology deploys a rigorous curriculum that emphasizes professionalism and hands-on learning to train fledgling cosmetologists and aestheticians around the country. As the most important aspect of the course of study, student salons and spas serve as a real-world classroom wherein nascent beauticians—under the careful supervision of their instructors—can practice their newly minted skills on humans or sentient mannequins. The beauty apprentices gussy up patrons head to toe via sundry lavish salon and spa services—specific to each location—that may include nail services, haircare, facials therapeutic massages, or nourishing body wraps.
Licensed aesthetician Louise Rhodes loves to make clients feel great. Her favorite moment is at the end of treatment, when she gets to see the pleased expression on clients' faces as they see promising results. Along with facial treatments and body wraps, she provides waxing services, brow and eyelash tinting, and reflexology.
For Doctor of Chiropractic Matt Ogle of Highland Chiropractic, it's not enough to ease the symptoms of ailments. He wants to pinpoint their cause. During exams, Dr. Ogle investigates issues in children as young as newborns by looking for their source, using high-tech computer scanning equipment. Once he's located the source of issue and the patient's hidden set of car keys, he sets to work stimulating the body to recover from it. For this step, Dr. Ogle relies on traditional, drug-free chiropractic techniques, such as spinal adjustments and massages.
Doctor of Chiropractic Steven Killion’s practice, Integrative Health Centers of Idaho, is focused on keeping bodies pain-free by ensuring backs are at their healthiest. He expertly straightens out troublesome spines using Triton DTS spinal-decompression therapy. The decompression sessions combine several simultaneous actions: isolating the spinal disk and joint, placing them under a vacuum-like negative pressure, widening nerve openings, and gently stretching ligaments and muscles to improve circulation. Dr. Killion keeps his patients feeling great by adding massage therapy and passive therapies that use ice, heat, or Bob Seger records.
Dr. Katherine Elstun, medical director of Eagle Health and Wellness, understands the frustration patients feel when a physician lacks the time to discuss the lifestyle changes that will lead to better health. Eager to redefine the traditional doctor-patient relationship, she expanded her team to include a medical aesthetician and clinical counselor who work cooperatively to execute anti-aging skin treatments, weight-loss therapies, and synchronized cartwheel routines. The wellness squad motivates patients within bright and airy offices decorated with vivid wall art and neatly stacked herbal and medical-grade products.
Tired muscles find new life under the trained hands of licensed aesthetician and bodywork specialist Tina at Heal N U Therapeutic Day Spa. She whips out a variety of massage techniques during sessions to work out deep knots and alleviate achy areas. Face muscles perk up during facials that also work to combat acne, rosacea, and fine lines with medical-grade skincare products.