Since 1987, Healing Arts Massage Therapy Center’s nationally certified therapists have banded together to relieve stress and tend to sore muscles. The center’s owner and Master Bodywork Therapist, Celeste Hamilton, calls upon more than 30 years of therapeutic practice to oversee a team of four, each of whom relies on techniques that encompass Swedish, therapeutic, and deep-tissue modalities. Upon request, the therapists can haul their massage chairs to businesses, parties, and understaffed bakeries to share their kneading expertise with clients on-site.
Physical Rehabilitation Services' goal is to get clients back to feeling well, and whether it's through physical therapy or a deep-tissue massage, the staff is applies their expertise to help bodies heal. They offer sports therapy, occupational therapy, and work hardening, the latter designed to help those recently injured re-aquaint themselves with the skills they need to complete their work. Personal trainers and certified golf instructors are also on hand for activity-specific guidance. So are massage therapists, who offer Swedish, deep-tissue, and prenatal massages, to name a few.
SoEmi Therapeutics allows people to indulge themselves with the revitalizing pampering of a thorough massage. Owner and certified therapist Brandy Fukusawa gives clients the options of Swedish, therapeutic, or deep-tissue sessions as well as reflexology and couples massage. Brandy can also bookend massages with a hot-stone facial, foot-exfoliation scrub, or paraffin dip for flummoxed fingers.
Board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Brannan emphasizes a whole-person approach, examining the body's musculoskeletal and nervous systems to attend to much more than just symptomatic pain. Before attempting to make any spinal adjustments, Dr. Brannan diagnoses ailments using spinal and postural screenings and x-rays to pinpoint problems and see what's going on inside the body. He then sits down with patients to discuss their medical history and determine if chiropractic care is the correct course of action. He knows that, sometimes, all that's needed to treat pain are corrective exercises, proper nutrition and lifestyle advice, and a giant lollipop.
If he decides that chiropractic therapy is needed, Dr. Brannan uses a variety of adjustments and employs massage therapy using modalities such as hot stone, relaxation, and chair massage for tense recliners. He later gives each person a wellness plan to follow at home.
Elegance Beauty Day Spa’s beauticians and massage therapists embellish clients' outward beauty and inner harmony with custom cosmetic treatments and therapeutic bodywork. Hair-styling services yield stylish coifs in the confines of the spa, a chic space where stylists administer spray tans and traditional or airbrush makeup. Additionally, the experienced staffers will tote their cosmetics and equipment to weddings and party sites, where brides or groups pose for personalized hair, makeup, and eyelash treatments. The spa’s massage therapists offer multiple bodywork treatments to treat a range of physical and cerebral ailments. Agile hands coax stress from frayed nerves and tight backs during the Swedish massage, sore muscles forfeit their long-held grudges to heated basalt stones, and romantic twosomes can trade telepathic quips about how the dishes can clean themselves during a relaxing couples massage.
Plymouth Wellness Center & Spa's team of aestheticians and therapists deftly eases sore spots and brightens clients' outlooks with chiropractic and wellness services ranging from massage to detoxification. Spine specialists perform adjustments to treat and prevent pain and disease as skinscape experts defuzz dermises with waxing and combat aging with facials. The center’s prenatal kneadings can relax expectant mothers, and its infrared sauna helps cleanse bodies of harmful toxins, such as mercury, nicotine, sodium, and kryptonite.