To say licensed acupuncturist Dr. Hao Wang’s resumé is impressive is an understatement. She has a medical degree from China Medical University and a Ph.D. from Yamagata University’s school of medicine, she has completed a fellowship at the American Heart Association, and has had work published in medical journals such as the Journal of Neurophysiology, Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, and European Journal of Pharmacology. Unsurprisingly, she applies the same scholarliness to acupuncture, which she has practiced for two decades. Along with acupuncture, Dr. Wang offers Chinese herbal medicine and gua sha services at her clinic.
Licensed and nationally certified in acupuncture, herbal medicine, and massage therapy, Joseph Klimoski’s practice presents clients with a range of holistic and wellness-improving services. Joseph employs his expertise in acupuncture to help clients overcome maladies such as basic back pains or internal illness, or to supplement weight-loss routines. Joseph also promotes inner peace through tranquil massage, performing relaxing chinese tui na sessions or addressing illness and injury through herbal medicine.
In a homey diner setting with stained glass and a large mural that depicts a small town, patrons perk up for the day with PC's menu of European and American breakfast and lunch fare. True to its name, PC’s offers a diverse roster of classic pancakes, which can come flecked with bacon or chocolate chips; baked with fillings such as spiced apples and peaches; or spread thin as crepes and sewn onto the elbows of sports jackets.
Not content to let pancakes hoard all the oven territory, thick-baked omelets jostle for space with hearty fillings such as portabella mushrooms, red peppers, and cheese. Fresh-squeezed orange and grapefruit juice make for a refreshing quaff, and cups of Kona coffee—specially blended for the café—send toasty aromas steaming into the air alongside carafes of real whipping cream.
Sandwiches and salads populate a lunchier section of the menu, alongside burgers such as the towering Lemont-ster burger: dual half-pound patties draped in cheddar, toasted onion strings, and thousand-island dressing.
After giving birth to two children and being unable to shed the extra pounds she'd gained, Dr. Stacy Shropshire began investigating weight-loss options. As a result of this research, she founded Madison Laser Like Lipo, now Evolution Body Transformation. The clinic's laser-driven services work to rid the body of stubborn areas of fat and cellulite, resulting in a tighter, smoother silhouette.