Inside any of Hairdoctors Specialty Salons' five full-service locations, skilled aestheticians treat hair and nails with a range of pharmaceutical and natural services. They trim and style hair, perform keratin treatments, and color strands using crayons or ammonia-free dyes and cellophanes. The staff’s work extends beyond hair services via manicures and pedicures. Aestheticians also add to clients' existing hair with extensions—strands made from Remy or virgin Indian human hair and attached to scalps via weaving, taping, fusion, or gluing. Hairdoctors Specialty Salons also posts informative hair-extension FAQs on its website.
Acupuncture and Massage College helps its surrounding communities in two ways: by teaching students the art of pain and stress relief through therapeutic treatments and by empowering those students to treat those in need. With guidance from experienced instructors, students learn the various techniques of ancient acupuncture and massage, both in the classroom and in the field. Patients can come to the college and bid adieu to their aches and worries by lying down in a treatment room and be treated by a supervised learning practitioner. Students shoo away pain with 50-minute acupuncture treatments or massage sessions, customized to address problematic areas or work around any ventriloquist dummies clients refuse to put down.
Doctor of Chiropractic Paul Luigi Guadagno’s devotion to chiropractic therapy stems from his own back injury, which happened during a wrestling tournament in his school days. The injury led him to seek medical attention from traditional doctors, who insisted on fighting the pain with medication. Meanwhile, the wound causing the pain still worsened somewhere in his spine. These types of injury can make it difficult for the spine to do its job of supporting the skull and the sunshine piled on top of it. In his case, Dr. Guadagno eventually sought out chiropractic treatment and, after a few adjustments, the pain evaporated and never came back.
With more than a decade of experience since his experience inspired him to complete his chiropractic studies, Dr. Guadagno’s list of treated patients number in the thousands. His staff welcomes patrons into an office equipped with some of chiropractic’s latest developments. Digital x-rays reveal broken bones, bulging disks, and signs of osteoporosis, and emit less radiation than traditional x-rays. Electrical stimulation systems block pain signals along nerves.
Whether lightening the appearance of wrinkles or blasting away dead skin cells, the medical staff at both locations of Mosa Med Spa rely on up-to-date cosmetics equipment. Board-certified physicians Jose I. Garri, MD, DMD and Dr. Ramiro Peréz, Jr. lead a team of medical professionals, all of whom specialize in minimally invasive techniques such as skin-resurfacing microdermabrasion and anti-aging facials. One of the med spa's crowning jewels is the Candela laser, which heats away melanin deep in the follicles to remove hair from nearly any skin type.
Dr. Eddie Armas, director of Le Nouveau Eco Medical Spa, brings more than 25 years of experience to the clinic's roster of cosmetic and anti-aging procedures. His team of aestheticians fights wrinkles with various peels and collagen-boosting therapies or slims physiques with noninvasive body contouring. Medical weight-loss programs help dieters drop pounds under the watchful eye of a physician, and bio-identical hormone pellets inserted under the skin boost vigor and brain function better than an IV of Jolt cola.:m]]
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