The doctors at Cosmetic Laser Clinic remove all types of blemishes from the skin, including tattoos, acne, spider veins, and unwanted hair using laser technology, radio frequency, and injections. With these modern techniques, the professionals also smooth out wrinkles and help snorers stop their nocturnal didgeridoo impersonations.
The certified laser technicians, registered nurses, and medical aestheticians who staff Advanced Laser & Skin Center stay up-to-date on modern trends to provide the most advanced aesthetic services. Under the supervision of a medical doctor, they perform technology-based treatments such as Venus Freeze and Thermage, which noninvasively tightens and smoothes the skin, or DermaSound facials that remove dead cells using low-frequency ultrasound waves and extragentle jackhammers. Other procedures, such as laser hair-removal or spider-vein treatments, foster beautiful skin that spans the entire body. Patrons can also opt for old-fashioned pampering in the form of facials that incorporate natural ingredients such as chamomile or pineapple enzymes.
With a focus on individual progress, Pedal and Pose pushes workout mavens to new levels of physical excellence with a wide variety of indoor workout classes. Classes span all approaches to body-bettering, ranging from traditional spin and yoga instruction to intense boot camps and kickboxing. Intentionally small class sizes place an emphasis on personalized instruction, and each shape-shifter will receive a complimentary consultation with a trainer to organize their goals and fitness agenda, as well as coordinate 80s-inspired aerobic attire. Please complete Pedal and Pose's required consultation and medical release forms before arriving for your first class, and bring water, a towel, appropriate footwear, and favorite Rocky training montage to relive. Classes, which range from 30–60 minutes, are scheduled by appointment only, so register and book online.
We do training for CPR (BLS, Lay Rescuer, and Instructor Levels) as well as the EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) course. Classes taught at our Woburn training center as well as on-site at your place of business, school, fitness center, etc. We sell and service Philips Defibrillators including providing Medical Oversight.
Before joining forces to fight spider and varicose veins, the board-certified radiologists at North Bridge Vein Care all honed their skills at Harvard teaching hospitals. This training, along with other professional endeavors, familiarized them with medical intricacies such as interpreting ultrasound images, determining if blood is flowing through the body in a healthy manner, and assessing whether vessels are robust. Now, they use this know-how to treat compromised veins—which are often unsightly and painful—with methods such as sclerotherapy, endovenous laser treatments, and ambulatory phlebectomy.
The aestheticians and acne specialists at Clear Choice Acne Studio take pride in helping clients find clearer complexions. During consultations, the specialist seeks out the client's root cause of acne, whether it might be hormonal imbalances or digestive troubles. Then they can draft an informed and individualized treatment plan that relies on facials or light therapy and therapeutic home care. Those who stick to her regimens tend to see results in 6–12 weeks, and the studio boasts a 95% success rate.
With more than 40 years of combined experience, the clinical staff at Finesse Cosmetic Laser & Lipo Center works to beautify faces and bodies with a wide range of medical aesthetic procedures. Medical director and founder Dr. Peter Kruy performs laser- and ultrasound-assisted liposuction designed for reduced trauma and faster recovery times, while a team of nurses and medical aestheticians handles non-invasive treatments such as VelaShape body contouring or laser hair removal. The staff prioritizes client comfort by listening carefully to questions and concerns, and by outfitting their well-appointed waiting room with cushy chairs, a burbling wall fountain, and a choir of whales crooning lullabies.