By Erin Bozdan

Virginia Regenerative Medicine and Spa Opens In Marshall

From left to right in the group picture is Dr. Michael Poss, Jeanne Poss, Kari Adams, and Alex Entner. Photo courtesy of VA Regenerative Medicine and Spa.

From left to right in the group picture is Dr. Michael Poss, Jeanne Poss, Kari Adams, and Alex Entner. Photo courtesy of VA Regenerative Medicine and Spa.

In the quaint town of Marshall, an exciting new spa has taken up residence. Located right on Main Street, Virginia Regenerative Medicine and Spa just had their grand opening. Inside the fully renovated, traditional 1910 house, you’ll find a peaceful and serene environment. The spa offers a multitude of services including massage therapy, IV therapy, PRP/PRFM therapy, hair restorative services, yoga and meditation, just to name a few. There are four beautiful treatment rooms, two on the main floor and two upstairs, as well as an infrared spa. The spa offers revolutionary treatments with benefits that are unparalleled.

The three premier services offered here are Ultherapy, a nonsurgical face-lift procedure; Cellfina, a revolutionary process that treats the appearance of cellulite by targeting the primary structure of cellulite and removing it; and microneedling. Jeanne Poss, owner-operator, along with her daughter Alex Entner, co-owner, are certified reps in these services. For Poss, offering these treatments was so important because she herself had experienced such amazing results, as did her family. Entner was actually able to avoid having an invasive wrist surgery by receiving an injection which was a mixture of PRP and exosomes (vesicles secreted by cell types already in the body).

One of the massage therapy rooms. Photo by Joanne Maisano.

One of the massage therapy rooms. Photo by Joanne Maisano.

During a microneedling session, using exosomes, the “skin pen” is used to deliver astonishing results within just 30 minutes to an hour. One of the best things about this procedure, other than looking fabulous and fresh, is that there is no significant down time and no bandaging. Upon trying the procedure herself for the first time, Poss was absolutely amazed with her results. “Wait until you see these pictures,” Jeanne said. “You won’t believe it.” She showed me two photos, a before and after of herself, and I was immediately taken aback. The difference in the two images was astonishing. It was as if she had turned back time.

eanne Poss (owner) administering the Skin Pen procedure. Photo courtesy of VA Regenerative Medicine and Spa.

eanne Poss (owner) administering the Skin Pen procedure. Photo courtesy of VA Regenerative Medicine and Spa.

Poss’s husband, and co-owner of the spa, Dr. Michael Poss, is board certified in
anesthesiology and interventional pain management. He currently practices in Winchester, Virginia. Michael started getting into regenerative medicine to offer a different and unique experience to his clients. Jeanne would sit in on his training and offer to be his model for the procedures. She couldn’t believe the transformation and thought, “We have to share this with people.” And so with that purpose in mind, Jeanne and her husband set out to start their new adventure, and Virginia Regenerative Medicine and Spa was born.

Everyone at the spa is certified and experts in their field. Not only are they knowledgeable in their craft, they are all friendly and pleasant, providing their clients with a warm and comfortable environment while they receive their treatments.

In addition to providing amazing, life-changing procedures to clients, VRMS also gives back to the
community by supporting organizations such as Loudoun Lyme. The annual 5k/10k/1k Fun Run raises funds and awareness towards finding a cure for Lyme’s Disease. This year VRMS was a presenting sponsor for the event.

Whether you’re looking for a gentle re-charge with a private yoga session or a transformative procedure such as Ultherapy or microneedling, Virginia Regenerative Medicine and Spa has something for everyone. ML

This article first appeared in the August 2018 Issue