No head of hair is too wild or too far away to be tamed by the team at Tease Hair Studio. From inside this downtown Windsor salon, creative stylist Brittney imparts clients with the looks they desire. Her specialties are trendy haircuts and coloring treatments, which means she uses hair dye to color locks instead of dipping them in leftover quill ink. The staff can calm rebellious curls and style-dampening frizz with the Zerran RealLisse vegan hair-smoothing system, which shuns chemicals in favor of a wheat-, corn-, and oat-protein formula that leaves strands nourished and smoothed for 2?4 months. When not busy fashioning chic styles with serums from Moroccanoil and Enjoy or waxing away unwanted fringe from brows, backs, and bikini lines, stylists are often found catering to bridal parties of all sizes, and will even travel to beautify brides at home, at church, or from the back seat of a stretch blimp.
Before founding The Altschuler Center for Weight Loss & Wellness, Dr. Gail Altschuler had her own struggles with the bathroom scale. Not only was she able to lose 50 pounds but she kept the weight off and wanted to share her newfound confidence and insight with others.
Today, Dr. Altschuler addresses the root of chronic illness by helping patients lead healthier lives. She helps people decrease their BMIs and fight obesity with physician-supervised diet plans, appetite suppressants, and Lap-Band maintenance. Those who are looking to trim a stubborn area can opt for Lipotron, which sculpts bodies with radio frequencies rather than invasive surgery or sticky clay.
Occupational therapists Dr. Brian R. Foltz and Ross E. Sato founded Pediatric Motor Playground to help children aged 2.5–12 develop physical and academic skills needed to succeed in school. At centers in Lafayette and Danville, the therapists and their team of educational-fitness instructors guide kids through the company's patented Motor Curriculum: 50 straight minutes of activities specifically designed to develop skills such as hand-eye coordination and social interaction. During these sessions, instructors might have kids play basketball, climb on foam-padded gym equipment, exercise with fitness balls, and practice their handwriting.
Dr. Foltz and Mr. Sato aren't comfortable just letting any instructor or animated snowman teach their curriculum. Each educational-fitness instructor completes at least 240 supervised hours of training and must pass both written and physical evaluations.
The main goal at MDI Wellness Center is to help patients get healthy and maintain that health. Everything else is secondary. This might explain why, under a single roof, you'll find doctors who specialize in preventive medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, and mental health working alongside physical therapists, massage therapists, acupuncturists, and Ayurveda specialists. These disparate experts work together to get to the root of each client's health concerns through one-on-one visits, group sessions, and interactive wellness classes. In order to tackle illness from every angle, clients can opt for anything from routine physicals and disease management to biophoton therapy, yoga practice, and energy work.
Dr. Bryan Randolph is a children's dentist and a father. He has years of experience, a master's in pharmacology, and a friendly staff to support him, but it's being a parent that influences his practice the most. From the minute kids walk in, it's clear that The Tooth Station is a place designed just for them. The waiting room is filled with jungle murals, trees, and toys to accommodate even the littlest guests. And in the treatment room, nervous kiddos can snuggle into a parent's lap while Dr. Randolph sets to work. He and his staff also have experience and training in working with kids who have special needs.
At the Non-Surgical Pain Relief Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Ron Vernon finds noninvasive ways to help patients overcome pain. While his primary chiropractic services include spinal adjustments and decompression treatments?which he uses to treat pain from injuries, sad movie endings, or conditions such as arthritis?he doesn't focus only on the back. He also coordinates HCG weight-loss programs and administers hyaluronate injections for increased knee mobility.