Biz news for Feb. 23, 2010
NOW DOING GEL NAILS
Hi-Lites Salon owner Jennifer Blackburn tells us she just sent Jacquelin Kiar to a nail seminar in Reno, Nev. Jacquelin just received training on Lechat Gel nails. You can call the salon to make an appointment.REVOLUTIONARY NEW TREATMENT
If you suffer from sciatica or a herniated disc, numbness or shooting pain into your leg surgery may not be the answer. Dr. Ronald Branvold tells us that Susanville Chiropractic Clinic now offers a comprehensive approach for pain relief. “With our new treatment clients have access to decompression therapy, EWOT (exercise with oxygen therapy), cold laser, ATM (active therapeutic motion), instrument adjusting and electronic muscle stimulation”. According to Branvold if you would like to learn more about this state of the are treatment program you can call 250-4343 for a 24-hour recorded message to get a free report on non-surgical approaches to pain relief.
VOLUNTEERS CHANGE LIVES
In times of trouble and stress it can be easy to get down and depressed. Fortunately there is great deal of information on the many health benefits of becoming a volunteer. Starting on April 1, the Honey Lake Hospice will be holding their eight-week Hospice Volunteer Training Program and if you are a kind, compassionate person with time to give back to your local community, then be sure to see their ad in this week’s paper for details on becoming a hospice volunteer.
NOW SERVING DINNER ON SATURDAY
Ron, Jason and Connie Theobald, co-owners of the Old Mill Café in the heart of beautiful downtown Westwood, are now serving dinners on Saturday ‘til 7 p.m. By the way, they are also celebrating their 11th anniversary this year!