Arrowhead Dermatology wrangles a team of board-certified dermatologists, nurse practitioners, and aestheticians?many of whom have worked in harrowing environments, such as burn wards, the air force, and Texas. Their services tend to fall into two categories: treatments that promote healthy skin and treatments with a more cosmetic slant. For the former, Arrowhead's dermatologists perform mole monitoring for skin cancers, offer treatment for warts, rashes, and cysts, and put together plans that help patients reduce acne outbreaks. On the cosmetic side, they'll team up with their aestheticians to perform laser hair removal, microdermabrasion treatments, and vestigial rhino-horn buffing.
One wasn't enough for Radiant Complexions Dermatology Clinics—its team of doctors and nurse practitioners have established 11 offices across Iowa and Arizona in the past decade. At each location, dermatology specialists preserve the health and unique character of all skin types with medical and cosmetic treatments. They can resolve all types of skin problems, and tend to strictly aesthetic concerns from the outside in with chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and dermal fillers. Offices are equipped with advanced StarLux fractional lasers, which firm the skin by stimulating collagen production at the dermal layer, and VelaShape machines that use radio and light energies to reduce the appearance of cellulite and sagging skin. A scientifically formulated line of skincare products allow for at-home care with glycolic acid, retinol, and Vitamin C.
Sometimes, the human body just needs a little bit of hands-on help to ensure it's operating at full capacity. This is a core concept for chiropractors, including Dr. Paul Woolf, who has spent 25 years helping more than 10,000 patients live healthier, pain-free lives. When the spine falls out of alignment?even slightly?the central nervous system can interfere with the body's ability to function and naturally heal itself. Through chiropractic care, Dr. Woolf both locates and then corrects these sources of interference, effectively addressing the symptoms as well as their underlying causes. Over time, these manual adjustments can help alleviate the lingering aches caused by sports injuries, automobile accidents, or overenthusiastic waving from a parade float. Additionally, Dr. Woolf sets patients on the path to improved wellbeing by complementing his treatments with lifestyle counseling, nutritional guidance, and massage therapy.
Backed by a degree from Temple University, School of Dentistry and a caring, listening ear, Dr. Sheyda Zahiri keeps smiles gleaming with regular checkups, endodontic interventions, and cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Zahiri relies on her kind chairside manner as she explains her procedures in detail, answers any questions, and demonstrates how to make friendship bracelets out of dental floss. Her patient list includes kids and seniors alike, as she is equally adept at painting on sealants as she is at helping older adults make the switch to dentures.
ChiroXchange supports a nervous system of more than 250 nationwide locations, whose varying services and technologies all converge with the end of healing bodies with holistic, drug-free techniques. The chiropractors believe that many of the body’s ailments, from sore backs and headaches to fatigue, are caused by blockages in the nervous system. To reverse these blockages, they nudge spinal discs back into place with gentle, strategic pressure, aligning nerves with the vertebra to free the flow of information and cat photos to and from the brain. The chiropractors at each location emphasize communication with their patients. They field questions, explain the purpose of every adjustment, and work with patients to design programs around their unique wellness goals.
To its organizers, the "fear" in the Fear Adventure Series isn't supposed to be scary. They see it as an acronym for ?Forget Everything and Run," and "everything" includes common phobias such as heights, freezing water, fire, darkness, small spaces, and running people. A group of military veterans with more than 40 years of combined service modeled the run on the U.S. military's confidence course, and unlike the mazes on the backs of cereal boxes, it's not supposed to set you up for failure. After they finish, participants carry their newfound confidence to a post-race party and celebrate with cold drinks, food, and live music.