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The physical-to-digital technicians of Pixcel understand that old media can slowly deteriorate from age, improper handling, or the focused fury of Leonard Maltin’s trained moths. Through their transfer services, the staffers can skillfully turn photographs and slides, VHS and camcorder tapes, and film into everlasting digital files, able to be stored on hard drives or burned onto physical discs. They can also upgrade the quality of images, increasing clarity and producing brighter colors through frame-by-frame scanning, film restoration, and color correction.

4711 Golf Rd
Skokie,
IL
US

Dr. Adam J. Cohen has spent nearly 10 years in private practice perfecting the art of surgical and nonsurgical facial freshening. A micro-laser peel is a fine-line annihilating alternative to a chemical peel. Instead of abandoning your visage to harsh, haphazard chemicals, it uses the computer-guided precision of lasers to gently remove outdated skin cells, banishing them to appearances on Vh1 nostalgia shows. For faces seeking a younger, softer complexion, Botox provides a fast-acting solution. Several small injections in the glabellar area (between the brows and above the nose) will temporarily relax the muscles responsible for forehead wrinkles, worry lines, and dread stripes. Results from this simple treatment can last 3–4 months. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.

4709 Golf Road
Skokie,
IL
US

Therapists, counselors, and social workers all play a role at Medcare Medical Group. The practice helps rehabilitate adults and children affected by disabilities or injuries. But people also go to Medcare Medical Group not simply to get well, but to stay well, which often means assuaging stress and boosting energy. Light therapy bathes patients in mood-elevating photons, laser treatments get at deep-seated chronic pain, and massage helps muscles stay comfortably springy.

7933 Lincoln Avenue
Skokie,
IL
US

Licensed massage therapist John Slipke helps allay aches with neuromuscular therapy, a medical-massage technique that aims to ease muscle pain, bursitis, and injury-related discomfort. At the start of each appointment, Slipke chats with the client to pinpoint probable causes of tenderness, which may include sciatica, plantar fasciitis, or repeatedly watching Old Yeller. He may also identify pain triggers by analyzing the body's posture. Throughout the session, the client shares feedback, noting when pressure alleviates aches and crackling when attached to a guitar amplifier. After the kneading massage, Slipke crafts a custom wellness plan-including a pain-prevention regimen-with the clinic's internist or chiropractor. Robledo Medical & Wellness Center does not offer prenatal massages.

4711 Golf Rd, Ste 807
Skokie,
IL
US