Stamford Sports & Spine?s medical and chiropractic doctors hail from diverse backgrounds. This allows them to draw on a variety of approaches as they ease patients? pain and boost overall wellness. Doctors of Chiropractic Andrew Zomick?an expert in multidisciplinary sports medicine?and Jason V. Queiros?who has specialized training in advanced Cox flexion-distraction technique and Graston myofascial release?work alongside board-certified physiatrist Richard Koffler, MD, who complements western medical treatments with alternative approaches. Along with a staff of massage therapists, they provide clients with comprehensive chiropractic and wellness services including chiropractic care, corrective exercises, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling, which may help clients convince their toddlers to replace delicious green crayons with nutritious green vegetables.
Dr. Melissa Robinson at Natural Solutions For Health, LLC?whose staff speaks both Spanish and English?performs a variety of naturopathic services. The team combines holistic services such as herbal medicine, mineral therapy, and medical massage with conventional medicine.
The Physical Medicine & Chiropractic Center?s staff aims to alleviate chronic pain and imbue bodies with long-term wellness with services that range from therapeutic massage to nutritional counseling. The staff, which includes a chiropractor and medical doctor as well as a massage therapist, oversees the facility?s treatments, which target pent-up tension and strain from overwork, exercise, or taxing crab-walking commutes. Each highly skilled professional plies their healing trade with a focus on improving muscular and immune foundations rather than merely attacking the symptoms of unhealthiness or disease.
Salon Shahin owner Shahin Farzam opened his salon with a steadfast pledge to devote time and attention to both clients and the environment. The team of hairdressers uses plant-based Phytologie products, and each stylist brings his or her own unique touch to the styling chair, delivering customized classic and cutting-edge haircuts alongside coloring services that use ammonia-free European products.
Since its first studio opening in Long Island in 1996, Angel Tips has been dedicated to providing expert waxing, nail, and eye treatments. This dedication has remained steadfast as the brand––which also includes Tahiti’a Spas––has grown to more than 60+ locations across New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, each staffed with passionate and highly trained technicians.
Despite the company's ever-expanding presence, each Angel Tips remains solely focused on the customer, following strict sanitary procedures that include using only disposable files and nail buffers. They also strive to make each mani-pedi, as luxurious as possible, often incorporating exfoliating honey scrubs, hot stone leg and foot massages, and the latest polishes, including chip-resistant OPI gel. When it comes to skincare, aestheticians leave no pore un-purged, using algomasks and microdermabrasion to polish faces and exfoliating bodies with a signature scrub, detoxifying sauna, and Vichy shower massage. And to ensure skin stays as soft and smooth as possible, technicians can also remove unwanted hair from more than 15 different areas, either by waxing, threading, or asking each hair annoying questions until it leaves.
Though a lifetime of treating scoliosis had made her aware of massage therapy’s unique benefits, it wasn’t until she turned 40 that Gail Yurman decided to leave the corporate world and become a full-time massage therapist herself. Gail’s formal training and passion for her work are equally evident to anyone who has felt the touch of her nimble fingers. Her knowledge of a wide range of massage styles—Swedish, Thai, sports, and deep tissue, to name a few—allows her to tailor sessions to each client’s individual aches and pains. To further personalize her massages, Gail holds sessions at The Center For Health Renewal spa, at her clients’ homes, or in massage chairs in an office setting. Each session begins with a health consultation in which she adjusts her techniques to accommodate chronic pains or knots of tension from sports injuries, long workdays, or nights spent sharing one’s bed with space-hogging boogeymen.