The physician-owned and -operated forMé Med Spa pairs medical aesthetic treatments with alternative wellness services, aiding clients in the pursuit of both heightened beauty and bolstered health. The center's nonsurgical beauty procedures run the gamut from laser hair removal and cellulite reduction to facials in eight unique styles. Procedures such as photo rejuvenation, IPL treatments, Botox and dermal fillers are performed by a licensed physician. Other treatments such as acupuncture and Reiki are offered via appointments.
While massage services are available, including Swedish and relaxation modalities, Lady Grace Beauty Spa offers many other services as well. A loop of thread and deft fingertips are all that's required for the threading process, a hair-removal technique that removes even minute hairs without irritating the skin. Parul, owner of Lady Grace Beauty Spa, creates clean, flattering brow-lines using the method. In addition to hair removal, Lady Grace also offers a full range of spa services that beautify the skin and soothe the muscles below it. Dermalogica facials combat skin issues such as acne, wrinkles, or Sharpie tattoos, and henna body art or eyelash-tinting treatments turn up the dial on natural beauty.
Essentials Massage & Facials' Spa licensed professionals relax weary bodies with a collection of therapeutic services. Soothing massages employ a collection of kneads, strokes, and manipulations to reduce tension and disentangle body knots, with luxurious add-ons such as paraffin treatments and aromatherapy. The skin-savvy techs also rid frames of unwanted stubble with waxing services, smooth out wrinkles with chemical peels and microdermabrasion, and soften countenances with professional skincare products during facials.
After losing her young daughter to a nervous system disorder, Molly Snow chose to dedicate her life to helping other families to overcome the physical and emotional consequences of medical conditions. Her experiences with unsuccessful surgeries and medical procedures steered her away from that field and toward alternative, non-Western therapies. While training for her massage license, Molly encountered craniosacral therapy for the first time. “As soon as I heard about it and took my first class,” she recalls, “I knew that I had to commit myself to it full time.”
Molly’s initial attraction to craniosacral therapy was based on claims that it could help relieve major neurological issues. By applying gentle pressure to blocked sites, she learned, a therapist could potentially rekindle communication between nerves. After training further and witnessing her patients’ relief, Molly became convinced that this therapy could have saved her daughter’s life.
This powerful knowledge continues to inspire her work at Neos Massage. Clients of all ages and conditions visit her for light bodywork treatments, during which they can remain fully clothed. A holistic healer at heart, Molly strives to “bring the outside in” by leaving a window open.
The chiropractic practice?s licensed staff helps heal spinal problems and promotes full-body wellness through exams, adjustments, and massage therapy. Doctor of Chiropractic Jonathan Berns?second-generation chiropractor and former University of Illinois football player?leads the team at Integrative Physical Medicine as they use computerized diagnostic technology to pinpoint and treat pain. This equipment includes Digital Motion X-rays for movement-based imaging and a Vax-D system, which is a specialized procedure that offers a nonsurgical way to treat lower-back pain and herniated discs. Using multiple modalities to alleviate aches, an onsite licensed massage therapist consults with clients who can help identify exact locations of discomfort by shouting out their coordinates.