The Neurac Institute has partnered with Redcord, a 20 year-old international education and equipment manufacturer, to open up the first and only certified Neuromuscular Activation clinic in the United States, specializing in Rehabilitation, Wellness, Fitness, and Sports Performance
Though their studio’s name suggests otherwise, licensed massage therapist Tamara Giacomozzi and her staff remain focused on the present. When a client walks in to Ancient Arts Healing Center for a massage or naturopathic medical treatment, they devote all of their attention to the act of healing in the here-and-now. This client-centered approach is evident in all aspects of the studio, from the specialized medical practitioners on staff to the lotion bar that allows clients to choose custom scents for their massages.
Ancient Arts must be doing something right, because it has earned the Readers’ Choice award for “Best Massage” in the Trentonian for the past two years. The studio’s therapists earned that honor by mastering 12 massage styles, some of which incorporate cold marble stones, herbal packs, hot stones, and aromatic oils. Aside from the flagship massages, a slate of alternative therapies includes Japanese reiki, nutritional counseling, and card readings.
Podiatrist Jay Mermelstein, D.P.M., who began caring for feet and ankles in 1989, diagnoses and treats pedal problems and rehabilitates patients under one roof. Working alongside an experienced staff, he addresses issues ranging from sprains to diabetes-related complications to Achilles tendonitis and ingrown toenails. Advanced diagnostic tools such as x-rays and ultrasounds work in tandem with treatments such as laser therapy, radio wave surgery, and whirlpool therapy. Dr. Mermelstein empowers patients to make informed decisions about their healthcare with extensive educational resources that demystify sports injuries, nail problems, and heel vulnerability in swift-footed Greeks. Same-day appointments are available.
The licensed physicians and medical practitioners at Vascular Access Centers call upon 50 years of experience and the latest medical technology to address all manner of vascular and endovascular issues. Aside from treating unsightly veins and their underlying causes, the practice provides comprehensive maintenance and venous access care for dialysis patients, and can help soften hardened arteries by performing angioplasties or showing them pictures of kittens wearing rain boots. In addition to doling out knowledgeable, compassionate care, VAC's physicians work tirelessly to pioneer new treatments in their field, and hold more than 30 issued and 100 pending patents for new, groundbreaking treatment devices.
With a licensed doctor of optometry and an optician at each of its two locations, EyeStyles of New Jersey helps turn customers' blurry vision crystal clear. Doctors Lowell S. Davis and Barry E. Davis perform thorough eye examinations before a licensed optician fits customers with their ideal lenses. Fashionable frames from dozens of designers, such as Oakley, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, and Dior, help faces achieve a new look without having to draw on a second set of eyebrows. An onsite lab makes for speedy service and ensures that many patients leave the same day with new glasses.
Board-certified podiatrists Dr. Andrew Schmierer and Dr. Craig Shapero use their combined expertise to lead a helpful, professional staff that cares for patients and adds a kick to lagging steps with foot treatments suitable for anyone. Aside from helping alleviate the discomfort of corns, calluses, and arthritis, they also help athletes by repairing sprains, analyzing gaits, and teaching them fancy footwork to incorporate into touchdown dances. The doctors tend to all parts of the feet from the heel and arch to the ankle and toenails, and they can perform everything from medical-grade pedicures to laser treatments for fungal nails.
ALOHA (Abacus Learning of Higher Arithmetic) is a mathematics tutoring program that was originally developed for Malaysian children. Small group classes meet after school for step-by-step instruction from a qualified teacher or sentient abacus. The program has more than 3,000 centers in countries such as India, Thailand, Philippines, China, Australia, New Zealand, Oman, and UAE, and it was introduced to the United States in 2006. It also offers tutoring in reading and writing.