Chiropractor Eric Wilson began honing his posture-tweaking prowess at Life University in Marietta, Georgia, which specializes in chiropractic medicine. Wilson also boasts certification in physiotherapy and he actively advances his education, most recently with studies in sports therapy. His private practice in Westminster offers individualized services to treat pain and foster holistic health. Wilson keeps patients informed and at ease, offering tips for a healthy lifestyle and explaining each procedure via fast-paced freestyle rapping. In addition to spinal adjustments, Wilson Chiropractic & Wellness LLC eases chronic pain with acupuncture, and the experienced massage therapists on staff also encourage healing inside and out with massage techniques ranging from Swedish to craniosacral therapies.
Licensed aesthetician Patricia Scarr and the team at Bella In You Day Spa apply years of experience to treat a variety of skin conditions. Aided by all-natural products from ?minence Organic Skin Care, they rejuvenate faces with chemical peels, microdermabrasion, microcurrent facials, and other advanced skincare treatments. They employ red, blue, yellow, green, and plaid LED light to target specific issues such as acne or sun damage, and can help to ease the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and that one spiteful freckle. A licensed massage therapist uses a detail-oriented approach to providing relaxing and therapeutic massages and body treatments, tailoring each experience to the specific needs of that customer.
Allied Healthcare Services' chiropractors, nutritionists, and soft-tissue and yoga therapists pool their talents to alleviate patients' ailments and bolster their health without resorting to invasive treatments. A chiropractic duo, Joshua Vickers and Adam Helie rehabilitate spines with hands-on realignment techniques and thorough back-health evaluations before releasing them back into the wild. Certified as a yoga therapist through the Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda, Carolyn Midland aids clients in easing their mental stresses and loosening their muscles through stretches and poses. Greg Gillette helps patients improve their energy and health with nourishment counseling services designed to meet individual needs.
Spavia Day Spa's staff pampers its guests by doling out muscle-melting massages and rejuvenating treatments using natural products. Guests receive a bathrobe and sandals before each treatment as they wait in the spa's retreat room. Because "relaxation" can mean different things to different people, Spavia specially customizes their treatments for each guest, from focusing massages on problem areas to avoiding the glowing whisker during exfoliating facials. Spavia also offers membership packages that allow for affordable treatments, and provides a free signature treatment for a nominated local hero or community member in need through their Spavia Cares program.
The staff at Metta Wellness Center believes that, in order to fully heal their patients, they must heal them as a whole: mind, body, and spirit. The center’s tranquil confines help accomplish this goal while staff perform treatments influenced by a blend of Eastern and Western therapies. During a traditional Thai massage, the therapist combines muscle compression, acupressure, and yoga-like body manipulations to energize patients without switching their vitamins with espresso beans. They also offer tropical hot-stone massages, signature body scrubs and wraps, herbal body wraps, and Thai reflexology, which targets pressure points in the feet to balance the body’s energy.
Stationed beside plush massage tables at Essential Bodyworks’ Arvada and Westminster locations, licensed therapists run their nimble fingers across backs, shoulders, and limbs as they perform a litany of massage services. Their therapeutic playbook features standbys such as flowing Swedish and firm deep-tissue strokes alongside more exotic modalities such as hot-stone massage and raindrop therapy. The therapists’ concern for holistic well-being doesn’t stop at joints and muscles; during allergy treatments, they apply river rocks and hot towels to the upper body to clear sinuses before dipping feet into a bubbly bath of cough syrup.:m]]