The technicians at Ace Wireless lessen technology deficits with cellphone plans and computer-repair services. From within their store, they can set visitors up with T-mobile plans and smartphones from Samsung, and tend to both Mac and Windows computers with virus removal and diagnostic checkups.
The staffers at Laser Aesthetics & Wellness are very familiar with the transformative power of light. During vein treatments, they use these lasers to collapse spider veins on the feet and legs, which clients can then show off by wearing formal shorts to their wedding. They employ the same system to get rid of facial and body hair during hair-removal sessions and to smooth out rough texture and scars during skin-rejuvenation treatments.
The licensed staff at Jai Li Aesthetic & Wellness pamper visages from within a tranquil, Asian-themed setting. The noninvasive laser-genesis treatment heats the upper dermis below the skin's surface, working to stimulate collagen regrowth and kick-start epidermal disco parties. For approximately 45–60 minutes, patients bathe in the heating sensation, which attempts to minimize fine facial wrinkles without the use of topical anesthetics or gel. Heat generated by the laser can help reduce the appearance of large pores, uneven skin textures, and scars, as well as potentially imbue facial muscles with super powers.
The audience has its collective eyes filled with tears. Some people laugh. All smile. On the screen is one of the most moving things any of them have ever seen: the unmistakable image of a baby only 14 weeks old. Its heartbeat is clearly audible. The 3D/4D ultrasound room at 3D Ultrasound Center of Orlando makes the first images of a child—and the revelation of its gender—a family event. Comfy chairs and couches accommodate about 10 guests. Additional visitors stand, and everyone fixes their eyes on a screen. The mom-to-be, meanwhile, lays on a memory foam bed and watches on her own, special television. Here, the first bonds between parent, child, and family start to form. They can even turn the memorable event into a baby shower.
3D Ultrasound Center of Orlando celebrates the months before, during, and after a child's birth. To date, more than 18,000 mothers have come to the spa for ultrasounds and relaxing spa treatments, which are separated into three categories: massage therapy, body treatments, and facials. All spa services incorporate products from Belli, a skincare line specifically developed for pregnant women. Beyond spa treatments, the facility also hosts consultations with baby planners, who help parents tackle issues such as baby-proofing their homes, choosing the right crib, or preparing a convincing answer for why that one little piggy stayed home.
Though only elective, non-diagnostic ultrasounds are performed at Little Life Imaging, they are performed by licensed OBGYN diagnostic sonographers. These technicians have worked at local doctors' offices and medical facilities, using the same medical-imaging equipment found in prestigious prenatal centers and children’s hospitals. In addition to completing the 2-D, 3-D, and 4-D ultrasounds, the technicians can record the baby's heartbeat and transfer the sonogram to a commemorative DVD and CD.
The facility boasts clean, welcoming treatment rooms and a play area for kids. The space also hosts showers where the baby appears on the screen as the guest of honor, and parties to announce the baby's gender or innate ability to do the Macarena.
Share the Care's five adult daycare centers provide activities within a safe, friendly environment for physically and cognitively impaired adults, including those with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease. Enrollees can stay at the center for anywhere from a few hours to the entire workday, and each center is staffed with on-site nurses and experienced care providers to ensure safety. To help improve the mental and physical health of its clients, Share the Care would like to incorporate the Xbox 360 with Kinect into their daily activities. Since it tracks body movements and does not require a controller, the Xbox 360 with Kinect can encourage mental and physical activity among aging or disabled adults. The system supports a variety of games that aim to improve balance and coordination through physical activity, which may also aid in decreasing symptoms of depression and loneliness.