When you are on the hunt for something fun to do this weekend, head to Shapes For Women in Port Aransas.
These kickboxing classes allow you to build endurance and learn basic kickboxing moves.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Dr. Doucet and the staff of aestheticians at Doucet Med Spa readily conveys their passion for beauty, wellness, and health. They direct the center’s treatments, which range from injections of dermal fillers and Botox to laser hair treatments and chemical peels. They never skimp on products, instead using brands such as Obagi Medical, Vitality Institute, iS Clinical by Innovative Skincare, and glo mineral make-up. Doucet Med Spa’s mission is supported by the consistent involvement of Dr. Doucet, who strives to customize treatments to specific needs, helping patients achieve best results.
The knowledgeable staff of physical therapists and massage therapists at Affiliated Therapy Group Practice, Inc. treat their clients’ muscular afflictions with traditional massages and alternative services such as aquatic therapy. Well-versed in Swedish, hot-stone, and prenatal massage techniques, the massage therapists work to increase circulation, relax muscles, and rehabilitate injuries from the comfort of a private treatment room. In addition to soothing kneads, the staff also nourishes skin with seaweed wraps, moisturizes hands with paraffin dips, and exfoliates feet with a salt scrub harvested from the region of the Atlantic with the most well-groomed dolphins.
New Stride Physical Therapy's accredited staff helps physiques recover from injury or stress with a slate of rehabilitation services. Touting a doctorate in physical therapy, owner Traci Powell leads Peak Pilates sessions that disperse workloads to the muscles, helping to increase energy and strengthen the body. The facility boasts a gym area, pool area, and therapy room, where physical therapist Brooke Thorpe helps visitors with bone, nerve, and balance troubles. Certified massage therapist Oscar F. Flores culls from a repertoire of therapeutic kneads to help shoo away muscle knots and plugs spinal cords back into the proper outlet.
For more than 30 years, the physicians and staff at Obstetrical and Gynecological Associates have provided women of all ages with quality medical care, working in conjunction with neighboring Christus Spohn Hospital South. With sophisticated technology, such as diagnostic medical sonography, physicians expertly care for normal to high-risk pregnancies and diligently scan breast tissue for abnormal conditions during mammograms. The office also performs bone-density tests with DXA, illuminating patients on their risk of osteoporosis.
Back in 1993, Dr. Sterling Carter snatched up his first biology degree. Undaunted by post-graduate malaise, he tucked into a Physical Therapy Bachelors program, before ordering up a second helping of academia with a Masters in Physical Therapy and then completing a doctorate in the subject from Simmons College. Perhaps the preternatural focus came from his military career, which he embarked on five years before he ever cart-wheeled into his first biology class. Today, he continues to serve in the military as a therapist while managing his own business for private citizens, Sterling Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation.
In addition to the good old fashioned assisted stretches, rehabilitative exercises, and massage commonly found at many physical therapy practices, Dr. Carter makes use of technological innovations hot of the technology presses. In the hands-on department, he and staff conduct spinal decompression treatments for the neck and back, using a device that mechanically, but gently, stretches the back bone. He also unholsters cold lasers—non-thermal lights which can aid in reducing inflammation, pain, and the number of minutes per day you feel like you're not at a rave. Regardless of what treatment patients come to see him for—which ranges from injury rehabilitation to sports enhancement—Dr. Carter makes sure that nobody waits for more than 10 minutes.