Triple board-certified surgeon Dr. Jan Zemplenyi of Bel-Red Center for Aesthetic Surgery—which opened in 1989—makes himself available 24/7 after every patient’s reconstructive, cosmetic, or otolaryngology surgery. He can reach for Botox injections to ward off facial wrinkles, or use a Reaction by Viora system, which combines three radio-frequency modes and a vacuum effect, to tighten skin while simultaneously spooking cellulite until it runs away. The doctor also performs noninvasive treatments such as chemical peels and laser resurfacing, and donates his services to victims of domestic violence.
Doctor of Chiropractic Christopher Wolff, an Ironman triathlete, doesn't simply treat distressed bodies at Vitality Specific Chiropractic, he utilizes techniques that focus on proactivity and preventing health problems. He and his staff of chiropractors employ the Blair upper-cervical technique to adjust the top two spinal vertebrae and correct the connection between the body and brain. This allows the body to ultimately repair itself so it can once again be in optimum health and able to fly. The team combines this preventative treatment with massage to improve posture, strengthen the immune system, and reduce blood pressure.
As an NCAA Division 1 athlete at the University of Michigan, Dr. Pauline Haugen discovered chiropractic care after a spate of frustrating injuries. Her personal experience with pain had driven her to identify its root cause rather than simply treating surface symptoms. Along with the all-female team at Higher Health Chiropractic, Dr. Haugen combines this search for answers with a varied roster of treatments, Chiropractic care, Pilates rehabilitation, and massage therapy. Dr. Haugen also administers spinal decompression therapy used for disc injuries and chronic low back and neck pain, as well as cold laser therapy to reduce inflammation and pain.
At Exceptional Life Chiropractic, Dr. Timothy Panah uses an advanced neurological approach to find the sources of pain and treat them. He combines traditional chiropractic techniques such as adjustments, therapeutic exercises, and nutritional counseling with the pain-elimination technique, which uses principles of acupuncture and brain-based therapy to target chronic conditions such as migraines, fatigue, neck and back pain, disc lesions, TMJ, and more. The office also uses laser therapy to accelerate tissue healing and deploys vibration-plate technology in attempts to strengthen joints.
Bellevue Center for Health’s massive staff of chiropractic doctors, licensed acupuncturists, and male and female licensed massage practitioners offers an equally sprawling list of services. A waiting room equipped with leather couches and chairs greets guests before treatments such as acupuncture or naturopathy. The professionals search for natural cures to ailments such as fatigue and stress, and chiropractic care and massage therapy can iron out cramped muscles and aching backs, which are commonly caused by craning one’s head to see the massage therapist. Other services include allergy testing and orthotics.
Doctor of Chiropractic Bill Warburton keeps spines in line with adjustments carefully selected to suit each patient. His methods range from the common diversified technique to the more unconventional Pettibon system, which revolves around the hard and soft tissues of the spine and seated x-rays. Cranial adjustments allow Dr. Warburton to treat the bones in the skull. The massage therapists on staff complement his chiropractic treatments with bodywork sessions that relax strained muscles and aim to erase chronic pain. Their hope is to improve their patients' health and well-being through holistic therapies.