Dr. Spencer Niemann restores feet and ankles to optimal health with a comprehensive list of services that includes orthotics, care for wounds and the effects of diabetes, minor surgeries, and laser therapy for nail fungus. His philosophy is based on friendly, personal care as well as on a holistic sense of how the health of the feet informs whole-body wellness—and informs the feet’s owners about what the shins have been up to lately. Additionally, Dr. Niemann is bilingual and can assist both English- and Spanish-speaking patients.
Dr. Kenneth Pettit has flourished in every corner of the medical world, from treating ailments as a family practitioner, urgent-care physician, and hospice provider to brightening outer beauty as the medical director for Luminescence Aesthetic Medicine. A member of both the American Medical Association and the American Osteopathic Association, Dr. Pettit has appeared at or near the top of the Ahwatukee Foothills News's Top Doctor poll every year since 2007, landing in the top three in 2008 and 2009 and winning the crown outright in 2007 and 2010-13.
At Luminescence Aesthetic Medicine, Dr. Pettit and his team preserve youthful complexions and figures using a blend of traditional spa services and advanced technology. Dermal-filler injections, body contouring, and laser treatments are among the many services and products provided.
At Rejuvenation Medical Spa, Dr. Michael J. Depenbusch uses his more than 20 years of experience to guide his technicians and aestheticians as they revitalize clientele with medical-grade products from Latisse, Jane Iredale skincare, and SkinMedica. The facility?s spa treatments, including microdermabrasion and dermaplaning, help reveal a youthful gleam in clients of all ages. Services such as laser treatments, dermal fillers, Allergan Botox, and lip enhancements also do their part, reducing and removing wrinkles so they can return to adding character to poorly pressed pants.
Bellagio's team of specialists helps people combat the signs of aging with laser treatments, botox injections and dermal fillers, facials and chemical peels, vitamin therapy, and weight-loss regimens. The clinic's laser arsenal can remove unwanted hair, mend scarring, and conquer unwanted tattoos, and the Fractional CO2 laser system helps tighten skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Faces brighten under the line-softening power of cosmetic injections and fillers. Meanwhile, professionals coax pounds from patients? frames through custom diet counseling, exercise plans, and appetite suppressants.
Former chief resident in plastic surgery at University of Cincinnati and member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Khang N. Thai taps into a medical fountain of youth, rejuvenating weathered visages with the latest aesthetic medical procedures. Each Botox treatment begins with a personal consultation that determines if the patient is eligible for injections, before giving them advice on whether smooth of crunchy peanut butter makes the better facial cream. All skin-spackling candidates will then receive a series of injections that can help smooth wrinkles for areas such as crow’s-feet or between the eyebrows. Any patients not eligible for the procedure will receive a full refund.
When Ellen Latham developed Orangetheory Fitness, she knew she needed passionate trainers and ample equipment, but her greatest tool would be plain science. Drawing on her background as a degreed physiologist, as well as a personal trainer, TV fitness personality, and exercise columnist, she created a regimen to induce excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, or EPOC for short.
By blasting different muscle groups with intense intervals of exercise before performing fatigue-level strength training with free-weights, Latham’s system inspires the body to keep consuming calories well after the workout has ended in an effort to help muscles recover. Classes last 60-minutes, with any given interval lasting between 10- and 30-minutes. Students rotate between treadmills, suspension harnesses, free-weights, and rowing machines, which strengthen arms and cores by simulating the sensation of rowing through a river of hot glue.