Northshore Magazine

May / June 2015

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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P I L A T E S " Fe e l t h e D i f f e r e n c e " M I D D L E T O N P I L A T E S . C O M R I T A G O R D O N . C O M 6 1 7 - 8 7 7 - 4 2 8 2 C h e c k o u t o u r w e b s i t e t o s e e o u r v i d e o s . S U S A N - 7 0 y e a r s y o u n g A woman with cerebral palsy improved her balance and gait by strengthening her core. J A G E - 6 2 y e a r s y o u n g She never thought she would be doing backbends. G I A - 4 6 y e a r s y o u n g This fitness competitor improved flexibility and strength. J E S S I C A - 1 2 y e a r s y o u n g Olympic Developmental Soccer Player focusing on knee rehabilitation. S P E C I A L A D V E R T I S I N G S E C T I O N Those businesses range from hospitals and home health agencies that care for clients as if they were family, to med-spas that help rejuvenate skin or optimize nutrition, to salons and fitness studios that bring out women's best selves. Whatever their health needs, North Shore profes- sionals can help women achieve them. ALL CARE LASER CENTER, based in North Andover, offers a wide variety of advanced laser, skin care, and body contouring treatments to make women of all ages feel beautiful and comfortable in their own skin. Winners of BONS—Best of the North Shore award—for 2013 and 2014, All Care Laser Center has the most experienced technicians in the area, providing laser hair removal, tattoo removal, anti-aging treatments, vein and pigmentation removal, Botox and fillers, cellulite and fat reduction, and more. The expert staff, including Lisa Ricciardelli, Kristina Lerner, Debra Keating, Sandra Snyder, and Kathy Nagel, RN, is highly skilled, and has many years of ongoing training on the latest technology. In addition, All Care Laser Center provides free consultations to answer any questions and concerns clients may have and to determine what tr eatments and products are best suited for each individual person. For more information, call 978-208-0284 or visit allcarelasercenter.com. The mission of ANNA JAQUES HOSPITAL is to provide the highest quality medical care and improve the health of its community, in alliance with its medical staff. Through its Women's Health Care practice, Birth Center & Neonatal Care Center, Gerrish Breast Care Center, and the brand-new Anna Jaques Cancer Center affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Anna Jaques provides compre- hensive and specialized care for women at every age and stage of their lives. The independent, not-for-profit c ommunity hospital serves 17 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley, North Shore, and Southern New Hampshir e, delivering exceptional care and personalized attention that patients can't get at larger facilities. Anna Jaques is recognized for delivering measurably high- quality, low-cost, community health care with an emphasis on patient satisfaction. The hospital is clinically affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Boston academic medical center and major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. For more information, call 978-463-1000 or visit ajh.org. F or more than 20 years, Beverly–based ASSOCIATED HOME CARE has provided the highest quality, most cost- efficient home care services for elders and people with disabilities. Its highly trained and committed employees ha ve a deep understanding of the importance of treating their clients with dignity, respect, and support for their independence. AHC's greatest strength is working with consumers and families in developing a personalized plan of care. Its mission is to promote optimum health, independence, dignity, and high-quality care with excep- tionally trained caregivers who specialize in Dementia and Alzheimer's. AHC serves more than 2,000 consumers on a w eekly basis, thanks to a dedicated field staff of

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