Body Sculpting in Plantation, FL.
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Customized Body Sculpting Solutions for You in Plantation, FL
Revolutionizing Body Sculpting in Plantation, FL
Welcome to Back To Mind, the forefront of body sculpting excellence in Plantation, FL. We specialize in providing personalized body sculpting services that are meticulously tailored to meet the unique needs and goals of our clients. Conveniently located in the heart of Broward County, our clinic is equipped with the latest technology to ensure you receive the most effective and safe body sculpting treatments.
At Back To Mind, we believe in a holistic approach to body sculpting. Our highly trained professionals are dedicated to creating a serene and supportive environment where you can embark on your journey to body transformation with complete peace of mind.
Our customer-centric approach allows us to offer bespoke body sculpting solutions that align perfectly with your aesthetic objectives. With a deep understanding of the dynamic needs of the residents of Broward County, Back To Mind stands as a beacon of innovation and quality in the body sculpting industry.
Our Comprehensive Range of Body Sculpting Services
Back To Mind takes pride in offering a diverse array of body sculpting services designed to facilitate your path to achieving a redefined physique. We serve the wonderful people of Plantation, FL, with cutting-edge treatments, steadfast dedication, and exceptional customer care.
Each service we offer is executed with precision and a firm commitment to ensuring the best results. We’re not just another body sculpting service in Broward County; we are a sanctuary where your dreams and aspirations of achieving a sculpted body are nurtured into reality.
For consultations and inquiries, feel free to reach out to us at 954-986-4559. Our team of experts is always ready to guide you through our processes, ensuring you make well-informed decisions regarding your body sculpting journey.
Unwavering Commitment to Client Satisfaction
Your journey with Back To Mind is curated with utmost precision and care, ensuring every visit is a step forward towards your desired body sculpting outcome. Based in the vibrant locale of Plantation, FL, our facility exemplifies a nexus of technological brilliance and human-centric services.
From the first consultation to post-treatment care, our compassionate team is steadfast in providing continuous support and guidance. Reach out to us at 954-986-4559 to experience a fusion of professionalism and warmth that resonates with the intrinsic values of Broward County.
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Before the start of the twentieth century, the area that became Plantation was part of the Everglades wetlands, regularly covered by 2-3 feet of water. In 1855, Florida state passed the Internal Improvement Act and established the Internal Improvement Trust Fund, the trustees of which act as a government agency to oversee management, sale, and development of state land. In 1897, the Interior Department submitted 2.9 million acres to the Florida Land Office; however, the submission was revoked the following year, due to fears it would “impinge upon the rights and interests of the Seminole Tribes.” The Seminole people regularly used the area for hunting, fishing and camping, and also used the nearby Pine Island Ridge as a headquarters during the second and third Seminole Wars.
In 1899, Florida Governor William Sherman Jennings began an initiative to drain the Everglades. To establish Florida’s entitlement to the land, Jennings obtained a new patent (known as the ‘Everglades Patent’) for land “aggregating 2,862,280 acres.” Following his election in 1905, Jennings’ successor, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward appointed Jennings as general counsel of the Internal Improvement Fund and continued the initiative for complete drainage of the Everglades (which was a core theme of his election campaign). Broward described the drainage as a duty of the trustees, and promised to create an “Empire of the Everglades”.
The first attempts to drain the Everglades began in 1906, with the building and launching of two dredges into the New River: The Okeechobee (commanded by Captain Walter S. Holloway of the US Army Corps of Engineers) began cutting from the river’s south fork (establishing the South New River Canal), and The Everglades began cutting from the north fork up to Lake Okeechobee (establishing the North New River Canal). The first waterway opened after the drainage attempts was named The Holloway Canal, after Captain Holloway.Learn more about Plantation.