Led by Dr. Jesse Jenkins, Five Parks Dental provides patients with a comfortable environment and expert care to keep tooth-related troubles at bay. Thoroughly check out your chompers with a full set of digital x-rays, which can help reveal any bone loss, tumors, or other dental dilemmas that may be masquerading as reclusive concert pianists on a gum-line retreat. A comprehensive examination applies the same scrutiny to other concerns, keeping mouth rocks polished and suitable for showing to strangers with a complete session of tartar-evicting cleaning and polishing. The doctor will also sniff out symptoms of TMJ, head and neck cancer, and periodontal predicaments with the tenacity of a three-nosed bloodhound. During the visit, patients can gaze up at an overhead television to watch a movie or don headphones to distract ears from demanding their own gentle cleaning.
Better Life's medical staff members walk clients through a doctor-directed weight-loss program designed to adjust nutritional habits in a way that fits their lifestyle. Supporting the plan with science, they help people to lose up to 5 pounds per week while still enjoying regular, everyday foods. During a one-hour initial visit, they assess the client's medical history and health factors, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, and the number of old treadmills piled under their bed. If deemed necessary, an EKG reveals information about heart health before a consultation yields fitness guidelines and a nutrition plan tailored to individual goals.
Eating plans are comprised of foods that can be easily found at the grocery store, and they place importance on when the patient eats, helping to avoid late-night hunger pains or the awkward consequences of sneaking midnight snacks from the neighbor's pantry. Patients also take home a prescription appetite suppressant to curb cravings between meals.
At subsequent weekly visits, staffers gauge progress via weigh-ins and body-composition analyses, administering injections of vitamin B12 to help to boost energy and lipotropic nutrients that aim to break down fat. They gradually add exercise to the routine to complete the weight-loss program and help clients to keep off the weight they've lost.
Elite Lab Testing's network of accredited medical reference labs and service centers helps patients take charge of their health and wellness with tests performed at more than 1,700 LabCorp locations across the country. These lab tests—which don't require referrals or doctor visits—cover a lot of ground. For example, with a single blood draw, medical professionals can check for the IgE antibodies that may be causing allergic reactions to insect stings, foods, pollen, mold, and younger siblings. They might spend the rest of the day screening blood-sugar levels, scanning hormone levels and thyroid health, checking for heart attack risks, and lifting the hood on the liver and kidneys. Customers can even order the same tests their health care provider does for routine physicals. Elite Lab Testing also performs drug screens, and offers affordable pricing packages and wellness programs that equip the health-conscious community with useful tools for constructing a healthy lifestyle.
Abatha Total Health is an alternative-health-care office that provides a variety of natural treatments. The Bio Meridian and Nano SRT treatments work to balance a client's stress levels and determine if supplemental treatment is needed. Massages alleviate aches, pains, and anxieties with gentle pressures, and ionic footbaths attempt to draw out toxins from the body. Other services include hands-on lymphatic drainage and aromatherapy.
The team at Golden Prevention doesn't need flowery language to explain what's going on inside your body?they can literally show you. For instance, their advanced scanning equipment photographs the insides of arteries so that patients can see cholesterol sticking to artery walls. Ultrasounds, meanwhile, can peer into organs for early signs of tumors, or show parents-to-be first glimpses of their little ones.
The team takes this direct approach because, for them, health screenings are about empowerment. They believe that when patients can look at a potential problem, they're more apt to take action. They back up their screenings with sound medical advice, such as making heart-healthy food choices, staying physically active, and hydrating after workouts with water instead of butter.