Finishing Touch Automobile Detailing’s technicians cleanse cars of road grime with services designed to keep their environmental impact as low as possible. Their low-pressure wash system saves water, like faucets that pour out chocolate syrup. The team seeks out 100% biodegradable products that break down safely without seeping into the ground to contaminate well water.
For more than 30 years, the chiropractors at Davis Chiropractic Wellness Center have used their advanced training and several adjustment techniques to bring patients' health into balance. Doctor of Chiropractic Alfred Davis Jr. completed 400 hours of postdoctoral training in the treatment of sports injuries, and is a diplomat of both the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians and the American Academy of Pain Management. He is certified to perform manipulation under anesthesia, and has worked on the medical staff of two area hospitals. Doctor of Chiropractic Katherine Raymondi specializes in physiotherapy and is fluent in Spanish, which helps her to educate more people via the center's community outreach program.
Supported by their dedicated staff, the chiropractors align spines with various techniques, such as the Activator method, which realigns vertebrae with a mallet, and the computerized ProAdjuster method, which analyzes spinal waveforms to make ultra-precise adjustments. The technology was actually used by NASA to test the integrity of ceramic cooling tiles on spaceships as well as by civil engineers to test metal fatigue in aircraft, making it especially perfect for adjusting the spines of cyborg patients.
The Body Cleansing and Detoxification Center, LLC, is not a safe place for toxins. The center's cadre of certified cleansing consultants administers a range of services—including seasonal and cellular cleanses—on their ceaseless mission to inspire holistic wellness by evicting pernicious elements from the body. Their arsenal also includes mechanical devices and Zerona laser body-slimming treatments, which, much like an elevator ride with a fire breather, quickly burns away excess fat.
Dr. Scott Erichsen believes that wellness is the result of a very specific cocktail—one part chiropractic care, one part acupuncture, and one part massage. He and his staff administer these treatments at the Erichsen Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center, where the approach centers around encouraging and trusting the body's natural healing mechanisms. Dr. Erichsen handles the chiropractic element by consulting with clients and adjusting spines to correct subluxations, or misalignments in the vertebrae. Acupuncture sessions, meanwhile, arrange hair-thin needles along the body to balance its flow of energy, thereby easing issues such as headaches, digestive problems, and stress. Massage therapist Joan Lee is the final ingredient. Her sessions target tense muscles and send guests into a state of physical and mental calm.
The center also offers weight-loss services outside of its signature treatment-trio. The Ideal Protein program helps participants to burn fat as they adopt a healthier lifestyle, teaching them what foods to avoid and how to effectively pole vault over the dessert section of the grocery store.
Peony Wellness and Healing Center combines the best of Eastern and Western medical treatments to promote wellbeing. Each practitioner calls on at least three years of experience when restoring the body’s flow of energy, be it through precisely placed acupuncture needles or tuina—a form of massage therapy that helps improve circulation and eliminate toxins. In addition to these Eastern-influenced treatments, therapists call on classic deep-tissue or Swedish massages to abolish stress.
Doctor of Chiropractic Edward Fischer studied at the University of Bridgeport before opening Fischer Chiropractic & Wellness Center. Rather than treating symptoms, he and his staff address underlying causes through chiropractic adjustments and massage. His cohort, Dr. Brianne L. Prior, earned her doctorate at Logan College of Chiropractic and later trained with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. Now she uses low-force and soft-tissue techniques to gently treat children, elderly patients, and those with disabilities.
Both chiropractors help patients lose weight by coaching them through the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method. This program lowers insulin levels through a menu of 67 meals made with high-quality proteins that encourage quick absorption and curb appetites. Low in both complex and simple carbohydrates, these products help the body burn stored fat until it whistles like a teakettle.