Infinite Health & Wellness Group's Dr. Bruce Cherlow has been administering chiropractic services and holistic treatments in Parkland for more than two decades. At his respected practice, a staff of patient advocates, x-ray technicians, and massage therapists use non-invasive techniques to treat the whole body rather than just responding to symptoms as they pop up or installing bionic body parts after every illness. Dr. Cherlow adjusts the spine, prescribes corrective exercises, and offers nutritional counseling to address a wide range of issues, from whiplash and soreness to allergies, pinched nerves, and sciatica. Therapeutic Swedish massage or deep-tissue treatments can boost blood flow and remove toxins, while postural screenings help unveil previously hidden maladies.
Parkside Health & Wellness Center’s experienced staff of chiropractic doctors, licensed massage therapists, and acupuncturists alleviates chronic pain and stiffness with holistic treatments. Chiropractors employ x-rays and advanced adjustment techniques to resynchronize spines bent from years of slouching or standing in for xylophones during prolonged jam sessions. Doctors deftly diagnose spinal maladies with methods that include Asyra bioenergetics testing, and skilled massage therapists alleviate tension and soreness with Swedish or deep-tissue strokes. Among other effective, noninvasive techniques, BrainCore therapy tunes brain radios to all-day reggae stations to assuage the symptoms of fibromyalgia, chronic-fatigue syndrome, and memory loss.
The expert aestheticians at Renaissance Salon and Spa provide a wide range of services in the elegant 4,500-square-foot space. They use the state-of-the-art facility to perform luxurious treatments such as a 24-karat Magic “Gold” facial.
An Aveda concept salon, Salon Utopia's nail nurturers buff and beautify neglected nail beds and unkempt cuticles with pampering services, top-quality products, and customized care. The Elemental Nature pedicure treats disheveled piggies to an invigorating bath of rosemary, lavender, and jojoba, followed by an exfoliating Dead Sea–salt scrub to buff away dead skin cells before they turn into undead skin cells. Fatigued fingers can opt for a Hand Relief manicure, designed to restore balance, moisture, and health to skin and nails, while eucalyptus and orange oils work in tandem to domesticate wild-harvested jojoba, providing relaxation and restoring weary mitts.
The trained and attentive staff at Glow Wellness Spa rejuvenates visitors six days a week. Backed by an arsenal of services, they zero in on needs from head to toe, including 10 different types of massages and hair treatments for both women and men. For shared refreshment and camaraderie amongst friends, the spa opens its doors for birthdays, bachelorette parties, and other special events, and its couples massage allows sweethearts to relax together even when their fingers are stuck in the same Chinese finger trap. The spacious, laid-back nature of the spa complements the pleasant effects of its services, especially in the Zen Relaxation Room and three private massage rooms.
Licensed massage therapist David Niyazov helms Spacibo, where he enlists 14 years of massage experience and expertise in eight modalities to soothe aching muscles and assuage stress. Niyazov begins each one-on-one session with an in-depth look at the client's health and injury history, allowing him to map out a proper treatment plan and attack the areas of concern with the proper massage modality.
After prepping the body with long and flowing strokes, the therapist may unbundle musculature knots with deep-tissue kneads or assuage past or current injuries with a localized sports massage. Reflexology massage applies direct pressure to the hands and feet to conjure total-body relaxation, and prenatal massage comforts expectant mothers with soothing strokes and spoonfuls of peanut butter.
While other young girls were out playing in the streets of her native Bangladesh, Sabrina Khan crouched over a pot of fruit, herbs, and spices. At the age of 10, she was already busy formulating the kinds of skin remedies that would later serve as the focal point of her spa in the United States.
Though she now has skincare down to a more exact science, much has stayed the same for Khan. As the owner of Victoria’s of New York Day Spa, she still relies on natural ingredients for her facial salves, which she pairs with ancient rituals designed to soothe the mind and body. Aside from Khan’s signature facials and nail services, the spa offers 10 distinct massage treatments designed to relieve severe tension, treat somatic dysfunction, and apply more therapeutic pressure to sore spots than a hug from a boa constructor.