Though he eventually made it back to his native Atlanta, Dr. A. Randle Beecham's medical journey took him to some of the South's finest institutes of higher learning. After honor-filled stints at a range of universities, Dr. Beecham founded a family practice in Cherokee County, supervising the health of a generation of patients during a two-decade career. Now, in addition to saving lives through emergency medicine and working as the Medical Director of the Atlanta Pregnancy Resource Center, Dr. Beecham brings his talents to Shefa Wellness Center.
There, a range of equipment, from imaging machines to fat-reducing radio-frequency devices, allows the team to work towards health and beauty goals alike. A battery of lasers fill the clinic, waiting to whiten teeth, improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, or remove stretch marks. Drawing on this selection of treatment options, Dr. Beecham and the rest of the staff work with patients to assemble customized plans.
Superior Health Club lives up to its name by being both a fitness center and a medical wellness clinic. Using exercise equipment such as weight machines and treadmills, guests can burn calories solo or under the watchful eye a personal trainer. Onsite doctors offer physical therapy for guests with exercise-related aches and pains and chiropractic services for disassembled science classroom skeletons. The facility also has tanning beds for achieving a bronze hue year-round.
Dry Cleaning to Your Door picks up dirty garments from customers and delivers them back the next day in pristine condition. A reminder call the night before pickup prompts clients to hang their green Dry Cleaning to Your Door laundry bags on their front doors, where workers find them upon arrival. Back at the dry-cleaning facility, technicians analyze and treat stains, replace lost buttons on men's shirts, and clean everything from delicate blouses to bulky comforters. The service's convenience freshens the wardrobes of even the busiest families, hardworking professionals, and snowmen who must never leave their refrigerated homes.
At Cobb Wellness Center, board-certified physician Dr. Linda Kelley and her staff use fast, FDA-approved Botox to iron out facial furrows in a matter of minutes. Equipped with 20 units of the injectable line leveler, Dr. Kelley administers the serum across one troubled area, such as between the eyebrows, around the eyes, or straight into the nearest ugli fruit. Burrowing deep into tension trouble areas, the purified protein relaxes the muscles responsible for frowns and squints to smooth the overlying skin. Afterward, wrinkles slowly recede over the following days, revealing a placid patch of pelt that may stay free of turbulence for up to four months. Minimally invasive and requiring no downtime, the injections are ideal for those wary of cosmetic surgery's invasive nature or the recuperation period associated with facial sandblasting.
With training that included a two-year residency in foot and ankle reconstructive surgery at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital/Temple University School of Medicine, Dr. Suzanne Clous expertly tends to feet at Southeast Podiatry. She specializes in diabetic limb salvage and patients with rheumatism, but even common conditions such as bunions and ingrown toenails come under her inspection. For nail-fungus removal, Dr. Clous opts for Q-Clear lasers rather than the casual dipping of toes into a shark tank.