Page 14 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • February 4, 2009 F O CUS on WYCKOFF Businesses hantilly Lace at 253 Everett Avenue in Wyckoff offers personalized service in a relaxed shopping atmosphere. It is a unique boutique created by a woman for women, but men also feel comfortable shopping for that special someone. Located in a converted stately colonial home with vaulted ceilings and mahogany finished rooms decorated with fine lingerie of silks, satins, cottons, and chiffons, one revels at the spectacular selection of intimate apparel which highlights the already intimate setting. Top designers such as Chantelle, Le Mystere, Hanky Panky, Simone Perele, Felina, Elita, Mary Green Silks, are among the few available to choose from. Chantilly Lace also specializes Chantilly Lace in bridal trousseaus, specialty bras and garters, peignoir sets and backless strapless bras. Joan Martucci, the proprietor, opened the store in Ridgewood in 1987, but saw the opportunity to expand and offer ample private parking at the Wyckoff location, where she has operated since 1991. Over the years, styles and product lines may have changed, but Joan’s loyal customers keep returning. “I go out of my way to meet customers’ needs,” Joan says. “If I don’t have a particular item, I will try to get it.” Personalized service and the no pressure atmosphere make Chantilly Lace a great place to shop. Joan has provided bra and mastectomy fittings -- free of charge -- for 22 years. “This really is my forte” she says, adding that she provides an honest, accurate evaluation of what products best fit each customer. Her dedication to the customer makes patronizing the boutique a comfortable and pleasurable experience for both men and women. Joan’s attention to detail is Chantilly Lace. Chantilly Lace offers affordable merchandise that can create the perfect “staycation” and with Valentine’s Day around the corner, a visit to Chantilly Lace is the perfect combination for a romantic evening. While she already has a large selection, Joan is planning to expand her line of bras and panties to better serve her customers. Chantilly Lace offers a wide range of sizes and styles, from petite to plus. Any special orders are welcome. Visit Chantilly Lace Monday through Friday from 10-6, Thursday until 8 and Saturday 10-5. Call (201) 847-8747 for additional information. C Chantilly Lace Felter Opticians David Martin avid Martin of Felter Opticians, 379 Franklin Avenue in Wyckoff, offers top quality eyewear at reasonable prices. Friendly and prompt service can be expected at Felter Opticians, which offers more than 1,000 frames and styles from which to choose, including numerous styles especially designed for children. Felter Opticians also offers Varilux no-line bifocals and progressive lenses, as well as new thin and light, and ultra-light lenses. For athletes, Felter Opticians recommends Rec Spec for all sports. David can duplicate eyeglasses. He can also provide transition glasses. All major credit cards are accepted. For additional information, phone (201) 891-1200. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, 9 to 5:30; Thursday, 9-8; and Saturday, 9 to noon. Felter Opticians is closed on Wednesday. D Dr. Raymond Milazzo of Chiropractic Wellness Centers he word chiropractic comes from the Greek word “chiros,” or hands, and no hands are more practiced than Dr. Raymond Milazzo’s. His 28 years of directing Chiropractic Wellness Centers, first in Clifton and now in Wyckoff, and seeing thousands of patients of all ages and conditions, earned him the moniker “Healing Hands.” When teaching people about chiropractic, Dr. Milazzo uses the analogy of a home. “If all the appliances in your kitchen stopped working Dr. Milazzo, aka Healing Hands at once, you wouldn’t go out and get a new toaster or refrigerator. You would probably go down to the basement and check the fuse box. Chiropractic and science teach us that the fuse box in your body is the spine and nervous system,” he explains. Dr. Milazzo has studied from some of the top spinal adjusting specialists in the country to be the best at removing spinal subluxations, or “blown fuses,” in a patient’s body. When Dr. Milazzo is able to restore normal nervous system function, the miracle of life unfolds. In many cases, people then begin to heal from the health problem they have been living with, such as headaches, sinus pain, breathing and digestive disorders, low back pain, etc. The doctor, who is a 25-year veteran of the Wyckoff Triathlon, has an avid interest in athletes. That interest led him to seek the most efficient way to aid conditions like swimmer’s shoulder or runner’s knee. His precise extremity adjusting allows those parts of the body to heal at their quickest. Dr. Milazzo is located at 1 Godwin Drive (across from Vander Plaat Funeral Home). The Chiropractic Wellness Center of Wyckoff is open six days a week. Dr. Milazzo, aka Healing Hands, is available for a free consultation throughout the month of February. Call (201) 891-8110. 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