The staff at Pro Muscle Care soothe bodily pains without invasive medical treatments. They instead rely on holistic care, such as massage and orthopedics, to not only mute pain, but to also locate and neutralize its roots. In fact, their treatments have been used to quell a range of common ailments, including migraines, sciatica, shin splints, muscle cramps, TMJ, whiplash, restless legs, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Under Dr. Fagman's direction, the spa's four medically trained aestheticians resurface skin and reduce signs of aging using lasers, radio frequency, and medical-grade microdermabrasions. Haven Medical Spa now carries Dr. Zein Obagi's new medical skin care line, and aestheticians wield Alma Lasers to reduce hair, boost collagen production, improve acne and sun damage, and say hello to one another from space.
The Spa's walls overhear more than just the sound of wrinkles evaporating. The soothing environs cosset clients with dim lighting, soft music, and the ambient burble of a water wall.
The name of Priority Health Chiropractic demonstrates what the staff values above all else: their clients' health. In service of this focus, chiropractic adjustments, nutrition and exercise recommendations, and full-body massage all work together to mend every element of patients' bodies. During massages, the hands of trained therapists help ease pain by clearing lactic acid and boosting circulation, banishing tension from the body like an exorcism performed with movie spoilers. The massage therapists flaunt a variety of specialties, from the general relaxation of Swedish and deep-tissue techniques to the more specialized, results-oriented approaches of deep-tissue and prenatal massage.
Sharmilla Hira might be new to Heidi's Salon, but she's accumulated more than a quarter-century of experience in the beauty industry, training on various procedures throughout Europe and the United States. As an aesthetician, she puts this experience to use through skincare treatments including facials, microdermabrasion, and threading. However, her true specialty is permanent makeup; during her application sessions, she helps define the eyes and mouth with natural pigments, and adds extra color to cheeks, lips, and invisible freckles. She also uses her services to correct various physical conditions; she can disguise stretch marks, replenish brows or hairlines affected by alopecia, or reconstruct areolas after a mastectomy or breast enhancement.
The Chiropractic Place's doctors use noninvasive, safe, and effective chiropractic care to help their patients achieve wellness. Their methods focus on the spine, which houses the central nervous system. By examining each patient’s spine and looking for small misalignments—called subluxations—they can correct problems and relive tension on surrounding nerves and disruptions of energy between the spinal cord and brain. By fixing these problems, they can treat maladies ranging from chronic pain to indigestion.
Students at Debutantes School of Cosmetology and Nail Technology hone essential skills in styling, refining, and pampering in 17,000 square feet of salon-focused space. Advanced apprentices lavish real-world clients with beauty services at a lower rate than that found at standard salons, helping them to sharpen their skills as their subjects bask in artful hair styling, skin treatments, and nail services.
The salon is vivid in shades of marine blue and mauve, and the lobby bubbles fresh water over a brilliantly tiled fountain, where clients and students alike gaze at their reflections or beseech the water for hints about whether to choose a standard or french-tipped manicure.