The kneading gurus at Angel Massage Spa help clients find some respite from aches with foot reflexology treatments and massages. They employ the long, gliding strokes indicative of a Swedish massage or help loosen knots with warm stones or baked potatoes. Specialty massages zoom in on specific ailments that include tennis elbow, lumbar disk disease, and frozen shoulder.
At Strada Salon & Day Spa, expert stylists trim, color, and style hair in the main salon. In the spa, technicians ease muscular aches with 10 varieties of massage, such as Swedish, aromatherapy, and lymphatic drainage. A team of aestheticians rejuvenates complexions with facials, treats nails to manicures and pedicures, and whitens teeth with 45-minute Theraglo treatments. Meanwhile, double-board-certified Dr. Gul A. Zikria oversees Strada's med-spa wing, where certified physician's assistants help him polish up external beauty with Botox, fat grafts, laser hair removal, and other medical treatments.
The bodywork experts at Hula Hands Massage soothe sore bodies and stressed minds with the healing power of touch. Smooth, flowing strokes not only promote relaxation, but also boost circulation to blood-starved tissue and muscles that might otherwise become raisins. More intense pressure helps break up chronic areas of tension, leaving clients feeling loose and limber.
At Sonie Clinic, Dr. Sonie Sandhu and her team of healers treat stress and pain with an array of therapies. Chiropractic treatments realign spines, and massage therapists soothe muscles with gentle kneads and Biotone massage oils. Drawing on a deep knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture, Dr. Diana Iong treats issues that range from carpal tunnel syndrome to infertility. The clinic’s interior is as inviting as its staff, with potted plants, a refreshment bar, and a kids’ play area.
With more than 20 years of experience under his belt, physical therapist Roland Lucas knows that the best way to recover from an injury is to avoid injuries in the first place. That's why he's devoted a large part of his practice to the prevention and resolution of overuse-related strains in athletes of all stripes. He's aided in his efforts by his office's biomechanics-analysis system, which he uses to identify stressors and bad workout habits otherwise imperceptible to the human eye. Of course, even with the best prevention, injuries still sometimes happen. When muscles cry out in pain, Lucas also comes to their aid with traditional physical-therapy services.
The Chiropractic Way promotes whole-body wellness with an array of chiropractic and nutritional treatments. Precise adjustments nudge misaligned backs into balance, and a flexion-distraction table gently stretches the spine to heal injuries. When it comes time to diagnose nutritional deficiencies, specialists test reflexes and muscle activity, then read the body's responses. Afterward, they boost health with custom-tailored blends of nutritional supplements derived from whole foods. The Chiropractic Way provides support for issues such as weight loss, fatigue, sleep, depression, and digestion.