At All About Health, Dr. Rick Clifford and staff call upon chiropractic and holistic healing techniques to quell a range of aches and ailments. The doctor and his crew customize treatments based on exhaustive consultations debriefing the patient’s symptoms, health history, and favorite inspiring quotes. Careful chiropractic treatments can relive chronic pain, all while restoring proper function to the nervous system, and the ancient art of acupuncture adjusts energy channels and alleviates a host of ailments—from the common cold to infertility—without medication. The team uses specific allergy elimination techniques, such as energy balancing and allopathy, to eliminate sensitivities. All About Health also staffs a crew of licensed massage therapists, who dole out soothing, Swedish strokes and craniosacral therapy.
Auto Care and Recovery's crew of nomadic mechanics ventures to homes to varnish vehicles with washing, detailing, and repair services. The wash and semi-detailing begins with a hand wash and dry of the exterior, during which road grime and bugs are decisively shooed away. Each wheel is scrubbed to a centrifugal shine before the entire exterior is coated in wax. On the interior front, all surfaces are pressure vacuumed, whisking away food crumbs and warrens of fanged dust bunnies. The technicians then wipe down the dashboard, inside and outside windows, and doorjambs before spot cleaning any stained mats.
On the 18 holes of Oak Hills Golf Course, water is in no short supply. At the center of the course lies a large, elongated lake, disjointed in two separate places by arcing bridges. The lake's outreaching arms come into play at six separate areas, swallowing up shanked tee shots, misjudged approaches, or illegal putts made with a corked putter. After completion of the 18th hole, the second of back-to-back par fives, more water awaits, as visitors have the opportunity to take a dip in the clubhouse pool or dump ice water over their own heads in victorious fashion at Amy's Grill.
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Although Main Street Strength & Conditioning recently moved to more spacious digs—its new location boasts 7,500 square feet, an upgrade from its previous 1,200-square-foot facility—it hasn't left behind its tried-and-true exercise methods. Kettlebells, battling ropes, tires, and sandbags help exercisers plow through calories in group training classes, personal training sessions, or on-location boot camps. The classes mix strength and cardio work for intense sessions designed to rapidly replace fat with muscle and weak abs with Lego abs.