The friendly professionals at Beverly Hills Health Center dedicate themselves to promoting overall well-being in clients through an array of health-bolstering services. Colon-hydrotherapy sessions aim to nix impacted waste, with benefits that include combating bad breath, tempering indigestion, and relieving headaches. After the treatments, which average about 45 minutes, clients tend to feel less fatigued, move more freely, and break dance more convincingly. Infrared-sauna treatments are available to supplement the hydrotherapy, enveloping the body in rays that penetrate the skin with up to 1.5 inches of depth. The saunas release toxins through the skin, thereby cleansing the system and buoying whole-body health. Detoxifying foot spas have much the same effect, drawing toxins through the feet, and the staff's trained nutritionist can help prevent toxins from entering the body in the first place. Additionally, Zerona treatments amplify health by eliminating adipose fatty tissue without surgery or wounds.
Board-certified surgeon Dr. Glen Farkas helms Weekend Weight Loss Center, where experts well-versed in the complexities of weight fluctuations help patients streamline their physiques. Their rapid-weight-loss programs combine prescription appetite suppressants and treatments for weight-related diseases with consultations that explore potential root causes, such as wearing bowling-ball earrings. Alternatively, cosmetic procedures such as ultrasonic lipo streamline physiques, breaking up fat deposits with ultrasound waves so that the body can easily flush them out. The clinic’s services extend beyond weight loss as well, encompassing hormone replacement therapy and other anti-aging treatments.
Though the staff of MaxHealth LA is happy to treat symptoms of pain, they want to use those symptoms as clues to track down the source of discomfort. Like owner Dr. Robert Pomahac, a former hockey player turned chiropractic doctor, many of the staff members left other careers—think CFL player, competitive swimmer, and corporate employee—to follow their passion in pain management. This firsthand experience with everyday aches in their own lives guides them as they treat patients in a 5,000-square-foot facility, whose menu boasts a blend of eastern, western, and intergalactic therapies. Beyond a cluster of private treatment rooms where patients receive massages, acupuncture, or spinal adjustments, a fitness center sprawls throughout half of the clinic's space to let newly limber bodies stay healthy with personal training and nutritional counseling.
At Optimize Health Center in Los Angeles and Advanced Health Solutions in Glendale, a team of chiropractors, nurses, therapists, and doctors helps bring pain relief to patients. The health experts use nonsurgical spinal-decompression treatments to alleviate the pressure inside spinal disks, and they employ oxygen therapy, infrared therapy, and laser therapy to reduce pain and quickly heal tissue.
These treatments can help people suffering from problems such as lower-back pain, neck pain, and headaches. They not only relieve pain, but also address the underlying cause of the pain without surgery or prescription medications.
Doctor of Chiropractic and trained Pilates instructor Maryann Baker combines her certifications to alleviate pain and realign spines with spinal adjustments and Pilates classes. She works with physical therapist John Jericiau, who has more than 20 years of experience in orthopedic and sports medicine. Together at Baker Chiropractic, they specialize in postural correction, rehabilitation, spinal correction, and exercise therapy.
South Seas makes the tanning products of choice for Hollywood movie sets and hit TV shows, thanks to their natural bronze shades and natural fading. But clients at Spray on Vacation achieve the same celebrity look every day: tanning technicians here use a handheld device to airbrush the UV-free solution across the whole body for a gentle glow that lasts up to six days or until the next time your body goes through seasonal molting. Consummate experts in their field, the tanning team also publishes a list of tips to help ensure their clients' tans last as long as possible.
Even before Craig Swogger ventured into the holistic world as a professional, he practiced what he preached; he was and is an avid meditation participant and instructor. Now as an alternative-care practitioner—who also holds a master's degree in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine—Craig utilizes his knowledge in the services he provides, including creating his own ointments from Chinese herbs. His dedication to his craft is also apparent to his clients as he rids them of aches, nausea, and anxiety with cupping, tai chi, moxibustion, and the ancient art form of acupuncture.