Founder and resident muscle-mender Shareece Aiken opened Spirit of Healing to knead the negativity out of stiff appendages and rejuvenate ailing auras. Spirit of Healing focuses on the individual needs of each client by employing Shareece's nimble fingers to ferret out imprisoned, knot-shackled muscles. The one-hour therapeutic massage can emancipate weary, overworked tendons with thick-armed strokes and tactical kneads, snapping fingers in the face of circulation while melting away the sneering stress of the workday. At Spirit of Healing, massages aren't just a luxury, but a relaxation conduit resulting in eased muscle tension, better health, and less random acts of horn blasting and binge weeping.
Doctor of Chiropractic Craig Anglesey's family-minded clinic welcomes patients of all ages. Since graduating from Parker College of Chiropractic and interning at Dallas VA Medical Center, Dr. Anglesey has developed specialties in treating pediatric and geriatric conditions, as well as sports injuries. Appropriately then, he renders a wide range of services such as spinal adjustment and Graston treatments. To address other aspects of health, he and his staff also stage physical-therapy sessions, perform massage therapy, and hold nutrition-counseling sit-downs to warn against the dangers of eating a piñata whole.
A licensed massage practitioner, Katy Bryant helps clients breathe easy while treating muscles ravaged by stress, physical labor, or perfecting one’s guitar smashing. During 60- or 90-minute massage sessions, Katy draws from her bag of tricks, which she is constantly refilling by educating herself on new ways to increase her clients’ relaxation, such as incorporating aromatherapy into their treatments.
Guided by Dr. William Philip Werschler, whose aesthetic expertise earned him a spot as judge for Prevention magazine's 2010 Defy-Your-Age Beauty Awards, the staff at Werschler Aesthetics overhauls outer appearances with advanced med-spa treatments. The Clarisonic skin-cleansing system jump-starts each specialty facial with sonic frequencies that, though inaudible to human ears, work to remove deeply embedded oil and dirt, priming skin to absorb pharmaceutical-grade serums from brands such as iS Clinical and SkinMedica. Techs also wield lasers specialized to tackle different maladies, from spider veins to acne, and they work to smooth faces with injectables such as Botox.
Over the last two decades, Dr. Gina Yaritz has helped countless patients find relief from such ailments as arthritis, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, and TMJ. She finds success through a number of techniques, including chiropractic adjustments?both manual and instrument-assisted?, massage therapy, and even cold laser therapy. But while she's able to help relieve pain and symptoms of spinal injury, she understands that lifestyle choices play a big role in injury prevention, which is why she also provides her patients with fitness advice and nutritional counseling.
Spokane Skin Solutions' nurses and aestheticians use clinical-grade treatments and old-fashioned care to refine clients? complexions. Facial peels help smooth skin, and injections of dermal fillers and Botox reverse the wrinkles caused by time and corduroy balaclavas. On the more technological side of the spectrum, the clinic?s advanced laser therapies reduce hair, promote collagen production, and diminish signs of aging and sun damage.