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New Medical Spa AMMA Opens On Monticello Avenue

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JAMES CITY-The owner of Williamsburg Urgent Care has opened another business, Advanced Medicine & Modern Aesthetics (AMMA).

Dr. Anna Stankiewicz, who has experience in both family medicine and urgent care, opened AMMA in mid-April on Monticello Avenue.

AMMA is a medical spa that provides the most advanced and effective non-surgical, anti-aging aesthetic treatments to help clients look and feel their best. AMMA is open by appointment.

The business provides individualized care services including treatments for skin revitalization and body firming such as non-invasive mini face lifts, removal of facial imperfections, skin tightening, and more. AMMA also offers IV hydration treatments and red-light therapy for rapid muscle recovery, immune boosting, anti-aging, and mood enhancement. Consultations are available in person or via telemedicine.

“We are proud to offer the leading cutting-edge technologies and custom designed treatments to the community in a safe and confidential environment,” Stankiewicz said in a press release. “AMMA wants people to feel empowered by looking and feeling their best.”

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