At Bartay Chiropractic, Doctors of Chiropractic Ron Bartay and Wesley Winkelmann induce wellness with a variety of chiropractic treatments. They use spinal-decompression therapy as an alternative to surgical procedures and also specialize in cold-laser therapy to help treat conditions such as neck and shoulder pain, ear infections, and poison ivy. No matter the condition, Drs. Bartay and Winkelmann follow a specific treatment process that includes pain relief, corrective care, stabilization, and wellness care.
Pecan Lakes' par 72 course, designed by Houston golf architect Jay Riviere, challenges and delights cart-equipped golfers with over 200 scenic acres speckled with trees, waterways, and more than 50 strategically placed bunkers. Linksters will bandy through a tall grove of pecan, elm, and water oaks on the front nine before sending dimpled orbs off into the formidable, 560-yard abyss of the 11th hole with a yodeled "fore." Athletes also face-off against the elements at multiple holes where water, wind, and ball-thieving carbon molecules can come into play. Golfers can conclude an afternoon on the green by navigating the dog-leg left turn and water-flanked right side of the 18th hole.
Dr. Royal Benson III draws upon more than 20 years of surgical experience to cosmetically banish extra baggage from the bodily areas. With tumescent liposuction, a stainless-steel cannula tube slips into small incisions, drawing out physique-fluffing fat cells from love handles and depositing them into microscopic paddy wagons. By flooding the treatment area with a dilute solution of local anesthetic and capillary-shrinking epinephrine, Dr. Benson reduces excessive bleeding and bruising commonly associated with traditional liposuction treatments. The numbing effect also allows patients to remain awake during the procedure to chart their silhouette-slimming journey or watch the doctor’s shadow-puppet performance. Though once resistant to removal via diet and exercise, expelled adipose tissue cannot grow back once dismissed from the premises, leading to potentially long-term results.
Bordered by a dark hardwood floor and amber walls warmed by low light, the lobby of Bella Pella Medical Spa cultivates a serene feeling even before treatments start. Velvet chaise longues, a small waterfall, and glowing bouquets of light-tipped stems also occupy the room, lulling guests into a tranquil state that continues in the treatment rooms. There, services as varied as hot-stone massages and laser aesthetics help visitors feel and look their best.