In keeping with our passion for offering our clients continued education on how to extend their spa experience outside the spa and into their homes, Margot has partnered with leading physicians and industry professionals to offer spa events to the general public. They are held on a weekday evening, free of charge, and offer beneficial advice and knowledge on physical and emotional health and wellness. We encourage you to view our calendar of events and make time to attend one of our events in the future. We also encourage you to bring your friends…you will be glad you did!
Chemical peels are the perfect way to let your natural radiance shine through and restore that youthful glow. If you are not yet familiar with chemical peels and what it has to offer, continue reading to see why this treatment is a great addition to your beauty routine.
Remove Dead Cells
Chemical peels lift dead skin cells and allow healthier skin cells to move to the surface. Not only does this result in more radiant and smoother skin, it also allows your skin care products to penetrate deeper and work more effectively.
Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Due to the fact that chemical peels stimulate collagen production and eliminate dead cells making way for healthier living cells, you will naturally see a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles in the skin.
Chemical peels exfoliate the skin with an acid solution that lifts away dead cells and removes impurities from the skin. This treatment is a great way to control breakouts and fade acne scars.
Improve Overall Appearance of the Skin
Chemical peels reveal youthful and more radiant skin after releasing the dead cells. With a chemical peel, you can achieve a beautiful natural glow with minimal effort.
To achieve a stunning youthful appearance, we recommend the MICRO BRIGHT Skin Brightening Peel and the REVEAL Skin Retexturing Peel. Contact us today for more information!
Skin Care Under Your Mask
As businesses reopen and employees return to the workplace, many of us are finding ourselves wearing face masks more often and for longer periods of time. With stay-at-home orders lifted, wearing a facial mask has been deemed more important now than ever as we work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
As of July 13, 2020, Governor Whitmer’s executive order actually requires that individuals wear a mask or facial covering while in an indoor public space or in crowded outdoor spaces.
With the blazing summer heat and increased moisture, wearing a mask for extended periods of time can have negative consequences for your skin if not cared for properly. This is what causes what has recently been coined as “Maskne.”
Dr. Craig Kraffert explained that “Wearing a mask can cause acne as the mask traps dirt and oil in the pores.” Stress and friction from the mask only exacerbate the problem.
One way to combat “Maskne” is by using a clearing serum designed to regulate oil production and proactively address conditions that lead to such breakouts. For an effective cleansing oil, we recommend Eve Taylor’s Clearing Aromatic Treatment Serum – a blend of natural essential oils and plant oils perfect for re-balancing the skin.
Find your signature scent
Invest in a Cologne or aftershave, they are built to complement. Typically, woody, spicy or herby scents work in the winter,
while lighter, citrus-based notes are better-suited to summer.
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Manual Physical Therapy
Hands on approach to treatment which includes techniques such as soft tissue release, mobilizations and manipulations. Manual therapy helps to modulate pain, improve range of motion, mobilize restricted joints, facilitate muscle action, and enhance healing and repair. I believe that providing manual care is more effective and the best use of a patient’s time than utilizing mechanical modalities like ultrasound and electronic stimulation.
Integrative Dry Needling
While dry needling uses thin hair like acupuncture needles, dry needling is not acupuncture. Dry needling is a minimally invasive technique, rooted Western medicine, and treats the body’s musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Needles are inserted into triggers points, muscle, fascia and connective tissues. Research indicates that it is effective for pain control, releasing muscle tension, and restoring normal body physiology. In practice, needles augment manual therapy and access places in the body that hands can not.
While these “spots” may look painful, the vast majority of my patients report cupping to be a pain free and pain relieving treatment. The vacuum effect of cupping improves microcirculation, lymphatic flow, breaks down scar tissue and adhesions, and softens muscle and tissue tension. If bruising occurs, it’s often temporary and dissipates within days.
About Dr. Najarian
Dr. Taleen Najarian, received her doctorate from Oakland University’s physical therapy program. Owner and physical therapist at Performance Physical Therapy, she is not your average medical professional. After years working within our modern healthcare system, she has identified several areas of improvement and has been determined to find a creative solution. A solution that combines modern evidence based medical practice as well as her unique holistic approach to neuromuscular dysfunction and disease. Dr. Najarian set out to reinvent mainstream physical therapy by providing patients with the treatment they need as well as the hands-on care they deserve.
A native to metro Detroit, Dr. Najarian chose Oakland University’s physical therapy program because of its reputation as a leader in orthopedic manual therapy and hands on healing techniques. In 2012, she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and continued down an aggressive educational path becoming certified in Active Release Technique, Neurokinetic Therapy, Applied Kinesiology, Cupping, and Integrative Dry Needling. What makes Dr. Najarian unique is her blend of muscle therapy techniques in combination with cupping and dry needling. This has proven to be highly effective in increasing micro-circulation and encouraging the body to self-heal.
Throughout her career Dr. Najarian has worked with Olympians, professional athletes, collegiate competitors and common over use injury patterns. She is often the last hope for many patients who’ve had failed attempts with other therapies, injections, or medication. Dr. Najarian’s proven treatment approach is to consider the entire person; encompassing all body-systems, as well as the mental aspects of injury and dysfunction. When Dr. Najarian is not in office, you can find her working in the intensive care unit at Henry Ford as well as teaching pre-physical therapy students at Oakland University.