The body's organs, muscles, and bones don't function on their own; they need each other to work. This idea informs the approach taken by Mountain View Chiropractic's doctors, who espouse a holistic set of treatments for the whole body. They use advanced technologies to peek into the body's inner workings, from x-rays to Insight Millennium scans. From there, the chiropractors create a noninvasive course of treatment, adjusting spinal and pelvic alignment to help patients recovery from injury, cure chronic pain, or become better break dancers. While maintaining patient health, the staff also maintains strict standards of transparency. As the owner says, "We are very detail oriented and are very honest on what we can and cannot help with."
Certified physician assistant Melissa Watson knows there's no single path to weight loss. It's more of a choose-your-own adventure experience, especially at her clinic, Seymour Weight & Wellness. There, she and her team create custom weight-loss plans for each patient, drawing on an expansive toolkit. For instance, their nutritious weight-loss menus are based on recommendations from the American Diabetic Association rather than the powerful Cheese Lobby. The staff can also prescribe appetite suppressants and administer lipotropic shots of LipoVite, which may help encourage weight loss with a formula of vitamins and amino acids.
Permanent-cosmetics specialist Kim Seals wants women to look and feel beautiful from the moment they wake up. Having been in the business for over 12 years, the beauty specialist helms The Permanent Cosmetics Center—with locations sprawled across Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia—where she enhances visages with everlasting makeup. After working with clients to design the perfect look, the expert marks skin with natural pigments to create subtle or dramatic eyeliner, fill in sparse brows, or give lips a voluminous pout. Aside from enhancing natural beauty, Kim can also mask imperfections, such as scars and third nostrils, with her expert services.
Wahoo Entertainment centers on stretch of six ziplines that runs for a total of more than two miles in length. The canopy tour is two hours in length and offers scenic views of the mountains and surrounding terrain from up to 250 feet in the air. Guides help visitors of all ages don the harness before launching them from hilltop to hilltop at speeds up to 40 miles per hour.
As Steve Garrett hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2008, he felt called to leave the corporate life he led near Grand Rapids, Michigan, and move to the mountains with his family. His wife, Johnna, supported his dream?so they and their children moved to Tennessee to run Smoky Mountain Llama Treks.
Their fluffy, pettable llamas don't spit, kick, or run off?rather, the gentle pack animals carry loads for hikers on treks through fields and woods. Though the llamas can't be ridden, their ability to carry food and gear makes it easier for hikers to enjoy mountain views and cartwheel down the trails. In addition to leading groups on hikes, the staff can also coordinate adventures including zipline tours through the forest canopy, rafting, and helicopter tours.