At Lakeview Chiropractic, Dr. Bradley McMath and his team work to vanquish pain and restore the body to full function without the use of drugs or surgery. They accomplish this goal with a range of treatments that are not only noninvasive, but also relaxing. He reclines patients onto his table and gently scoots slipped disks back into place. Elsewhere, the staff evaporates tension with bamboo and hot-stone massages or drains bodily toxins with herbal body wraps.
For Salon Dion's stylists, knowledge is power. From following trends around the globe to seeking out new training and techniques, their everlasting quest to expand their skills has resulted in work at New York Fashion Week and the Miss Michigan pageant, as well as various television appearances and photo shoots. But they primarily use their talents on clients seated at the salon’s BlowDry Bar. Here, they check scalp conditions, then address any problems with treatments tailored to each customer. The team's expertise also extends to chic haircuts, current color trends, customized facials, bridal services, and expert waxing designed to provide brows with the exact amount of arch needed to play a supervillain.
DSS Esthetic Laser School trains students with the laser-technician skills necessary to enter medical spa careers such as aestheticians, cosmetologists, medical assistants, nurses, nurses' assistants, nurse practitioners, and physicians. Their one-day, eight-hour cosmetic laser-tech-certification course includes clinical hands-on training in laser hair removal, photofacials, skin tightening, as well as microdermabrasion and chemical peels, and does not require any prerequisites. With those new skills and certification earned, laser techs can expect to make up to $3,500 a month in their new careers.
True to its name, Total Health Systems provides holistic, drug-free healthcare from a variety of angles. The center’s licensed and certified staff of doctors and massage therapists specializes in everything from chiropractic to personal training and physical therapy. Clients who wish to get back to a healthy weight after hibernating in a cave all winter can sign up for physician-supervised nutritional counseling.
At Rosewood Spa, clients relax as staffers tend to their skin, nails, and backs within a retrofitted home that was built in 1853 and retains its historical charm. With eyes closed during relaxing treatments, clients can imagine the opulent fashions and leaked Oscar Wilde spoilers that passed through the historical building's halls. A massage therapist pores over their muscles with fluid strokes or uses 100% organic, Michigan-made Woodsprite Organic Body products to exfoliate and moisturize during a custom facial. The staff also primps nails and performs waxing, and Rosewood Spa opens its doors for private spa parties, during which girls can congregate and indulge in the staff's pampering expertise.