A trained and experienced staff of nine helms East Sac MedSpa, doling out skin-resurfacing facial treatments fortified by advanced technology and a dozen types of relaxing massages. As soon as clients walk through the doors, a friendly staff member will offer them a beverage?a soft drink, coffee, wine?and lead them to one of three treatment rooms. Inside, an aesthetician analyzes skin type and condition before prescribing the most appropriate procedure, such as a glycolic peel, microcurrent face-lift, or LED photofacial, to eliminate signs of aging, acne, or biting children. Alternatively, visitors can opt for a relaxing Swedish, deep-tissue, or reflexology massage performed by a certified massage therapist.
Because many of its services produce the best results with repeat treatments, East Sac MedSpa creates an incentive to return by offering visitors the chance to become spa members?a status that includes complimentary chair massages, birthday gifts, and invitations to monthly wine parties.
Angela Harris, a national board certified colon hydrotherapist and instructor with more then 15 years of experience, was first introduced to holistic therapy in college, when she worked at an integrative medical and dental clinic. From there her interest only grew, and she eventually created Wellness of Life, a wellness facility she owns and works at as a certified colon hydrotherapist. During treatments, Angela and her staff rely on a Hydro San Plus system that carries water into the body with one line, and flushes waste out into a second that works discreetly and without odor. Each one-hour session includes up to 45 minutes of treatment (the rest of the time being for preparation and for the discussion of agreeable topics such as "best rollerblade brands"). Afterward patients have reported feeling relief from bloating, headaches, fatigue, and a number of other ailments.
At Advanced Care Foot & Ankle, Dr. Craig Wilkes's 20 years of podiatric expertise are bolstered by a broad spectrum of diagnostic and restorative technologies that treat conditions such as plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, fractures, bunions, and tendinitis. In addition to maintaining surgical privileges at some Mercy and Sutter hospitals in the Sacramento and Roseville area, Dr. Wilkes examines feet with x-rays and ultrasounds to construct a complete image of each patient's foot, uncovering pain-causing biomechanical faults or migratory ears. He then treats aches with as little invasiveness as possible, opting for simple solutions such as customized orthotics or noninvasive shock-wave therapy before drawing on his repertoire of reconstructive surgeries.
Cristaleyesation at PJF Salon specializes in creative nail design including 3-D nail art and custom photo printing. Guests are seated in neon-pink chairs shaped like hands where they can browse an extensive selection of nail charms, polish, and images to embellish their digits. Hard-to-find photos, such as a picture of a beloved pet or an unflattering snapshot of Sylvester Stallone, can also be transferred onto nails if brought in on a disk or flash drive. In addition to nail art, Cristaleyesation's aesthetic professionals perform eyelash extensions, waxing services, and massages. They also offer customers a selection of gifts, jewelry, and Japanese snack food.
The healing services offered by Chene Watson run the gamut—from traditional treatments, such as deep-tissue and Swedish massage, to music therapy with the 26-string Celtic harp. Certified by the state of California and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association, Watson has a knowledge of varying massage modalities that’s as deep as the ocean’s resentment of the sky. Watson often mixes and matches styles during treatment to create a completely customized experience.