The staff at Creekside Women's Center?board-certified ob-gyn Henry N. Pleasant MD, Certified Nurse Midwife Wesley Tyler, and Women?s Health Nurse Practitioner Erin Wright?combine their medical expertise to provide women of all ages with comprehensive care. As each appointment begins, the boutique-style office welcomes clientele with its cozy foyer and cups of coffee and tea. Once inside private patient rooms, visitors slip into cotton gowns rather than ones made of paper or chain mail. Then the staff conducts health services such as annual checkups, primary care, family planning and menopausal treatments. Pleasant and his team also assist patients in achieving weight-loss goals through medically supervised programs and nutritional counseling.
NC Laser Fat Loss helps patients shed inches without surgery with Lapex's LipoLaser technology. Unlike traditional liposuction, which involves anesthesia and can result in swelling, painful bruises, or extra bellybuttons, this form of body sculpting allows patients to stay active throughout the course of treatment and continue their daily routines without interruption.
Led by Darlene Holloway, a board-certified naturopath with more than 30 years' experience, the Alternative Health Center of Cary employs a variety of alternative therapies to help patients to lead fuller, healthier lives. As an active instructor in, and advocate for, educational standards in colon hydrotherapy, in 2008 Darlene became the president of the North Carolina Colon Hydrotherapy Safety Association, which upholds the standards for the practice in the state.
Dr. Renzo A. Zaldívar's intensive, specialized training in ophthalmic plastic surgery makes him a true expert at reconstructing and rejuvenating the eye area. At Oculofacial Plastic Surgery Consultants, he and his team mend medical and aesthetic flaws of the lids, inject beauty solutions into wrinkles, and keep tears flowing through ducts like soda through Twizzlers. Dr. Zaldívar belongs to the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, a respected and elite organization with fewer than 600 members.
Dr. Brad Creehan awoke one morning during his junior year in college to a searing pain in his neck. A bone had shifted and was pinching a nerve. One trip to the chiropractor for an adjustment, and his neck was back in tip-top shape. A year later, he began schooling to become a chiropractor, wanting to help others as he was helped. There, he met Dr. Heather Creehan, who grew up knowing that medicine was not the answer to one?s pain. The husband-and-wife team now runs their own practice, SpineCare Chiropractic Center, where they dispense adjustments that help alleviate pain associated with arthritis, headaches, scoliosis, and overworked wings.