Helmed by vision-boosting veteran Dr. Michael Lange, Lange Eye Care & Associates enhances on-the-fritz ocular orbs with a wide selection of fetching specs. The showroom furnishes frames ($69–$200) from popular brands such as Vera Bradley, Charmant, Claiborne, and Essence, attractively encircling eyes and lending wearers an air of wisdom only otherwise attainable by being friends with an owl. Lenses come in a range of styles and materials, from single-vision plastic lenses ($77+) to no-line bifocal plastic lenses ($285+), which correct sight with discrete dual prescriptions. Friendly opticians aid guests in their quest for the perfect pair of glasses, offering suggestions based on look, lifestyle, and professional need to whip off frames in baffled surprise.
The s at the end of Body Revolutions is important. The facility isn't helping just one person get fit, nor is it helping multiple people reach just one goal. Recognizing that overall health is something of constant change, the facility equips its clients with the skills and know-how to overthrow sedentary lifestyles. Its focus stretches beyond functional training to include nutrition, education, and stress reduction. Private and small-group training sessions tackle goals 30 or 60 minutes at a time, and boot camps build core strength through high-intensity workouts. When a client reaches his or her goal, Body Revolutions doesn’t have security escort them out, but instead it serves up motivation to set and topple a new group of goals.
Each licensed therapist at Genesis Bodywork specializes in a different form of therapy. That means that, together, owner Tammy Lagasse, Nancy Kysela, and Sharon Smith can address conditions ranging from pain and injuries to stress and anxiety using four different forms of treatment, including physical therapy and therapeutic massage. The team also leads Pilates personal training sessions, during which clients stretch their bodies and practice controlled breathing in order to improve their strength, flexibility, and coordination.
The therapists at ARC Acupuncture treat an eclectic list of ills with traditional Chinese medical techniques. They integrate treatments such as acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, and massage therapy to promote harmony in their patients' lives and help them overcome chronic pain. Above all, the treatments are unique to each client, since consultations help the team tailor each service before it's performed