At Medical Weight Loss & Bodyshaping, the board-certified endocrinologist and internist Drs. Daryl Perlman and Craig Perlman spur weight loss by using classic and advanced techniques. With the help of a dedicated staff, their weight-loss programs prescribe a personalized dosage of dieting, exercise, and medication, as needed, and their i-Lipo device can make fatty deposits disappear because it has been programmed to say "abracadabra." Augmenting matters, the center's new in-home training program brings results into clients' homes with certified personal trainers.
The board-certified physicians at The Center for Medical Weight Loss develop individualized fitness plans focused on nutrition, physical activity, life style, and medication. Patients begin the quest with a one-on-one consultation with a doctor, discussing their overall health and medication history to devise a weight-loss plan and to make sure their kidneys haven't been stolen. This is followed by a body-composition exam, in which the physician breaks down the percentage of muscle, fat, and water comingling in the human subject and records his or her resting metabolism rate and blood pressure. The preliminary visit concludes with a pair of injections to boost the body's B-12 level and fat-burning ability. The nonsurgical program caters to each patient's metabolism and potential hormonal disorders and sends patients on a path to a slimmer self with minimal rope-climbing burns and a comprehensive weight-loss plan based on the exam's results.
Doctor of Chiropractic Ryan D. Braverman doesn't want to treat his patients' symptoms and send them on their way. Instead, he takes a "whole-person" approach when assessing wellness, working to uncover the underlying causes of chronic pain and help clients before they get sick. In addition to spine and postural screenings, Dr. Braverman and his staff provide clients with corrective exercises, nutritional counseling, and lifestyle advice to put them on healthier paths.
Health coach and weight-loss expert Debbie Lazinsky doesn't need to flaunt her credentials to draw in new clients. Though her ACE certifications as a personal trainer and health coach are impressive, most people are more intrigued by her top personal achievement: losing more than 180 pounds in 18 months. Debbie's journey?which was featured in The Huffington Post, People Magazine, and People TV?brought her from a size 28 to a size 6.
Today, she applies the same methods that fueled her own weight-loss to her clients. She places the biggest emphasis on personalization, formulating different programs for varying body types and lifestyles. These plans combine healthy eating choices with exercise and scientific measurements that track progress, such as BMI analyses. Throughout her meetings, Debbie stresses the value of support and the uselessness of denying people certain foods. She tells her clients to continue going to their favorite restaurants, and will even look over these restaurants' menus to point out health-conscious options that are more appealing than gnawing on a napkin for dessert.
At Advanced Dermatology Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery, a team of dermatologists featured in magazines such as Glamour and Men's Fitness oversee an array of treatments. Together, they alleviate skin conditions, such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema. Alternatively, they beautify skin with lasers, tightening sagging areas or removing unwanted hair. Their cosmetic surgeries, meanwhile, tweak physiques while maintaining a natural look.
Sometimes you don't want to go to three establishments for a haircut, a massage, and a microdermabrasion. That's where Aza & Company Salon and Day Spa comes in. Inside the sun-drenched beautifying hot spot, patrons can enhance their appearances with new hairdos, refresh their skin with facials, de-stress with Swedish massages, and remove unwanted hair with full-body European waxing or laser services. After their pampering, they can peruse the on-trend accessories for sale, such as chunky necklaces and chandelier earrings.