Body Shapes Medical helps patients feel better from the inside out with a variety of custom, clinical options. The medical staff is helmed by Board-certified physicians, and their talented medical team of nurses and nurse practitioners includes Leesa Ennenbach, RN, BSN, who has been inducted into the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and is certified in cosmetic injectables and laser treatments.
The team provides hormone optimization for men and women, Juvaderm and Botox injections, and personalized, medically supervised weight-loss programs, including doctor-prescribed HCG plans and B12 injections. They also specialize in rendering bodies as sleek as a just-greased bowling ball with nonsurgical services such as Exilis skin tightening and body contouring.
Yolo Medical develops and manufactures noninvasive aesthetic medical equipment for use by certified spas and clinics. The company's namesake Yolo Curve laser combines both visible and infrared laser light to stimulate inch loss, reduce joint pain, and service Troll dolls' belly diamonds. Continuing outside the realm of eyesight, a digital pulse analyzer uses pulse waves to detect early warning signs of cardiovascular disease, and the whole-body-vibration platform stimulates rapid-fire muscle contractions to quickly strengthen bodies. Following the completion of any of Yolo Medical's treatments, its proprietary Yolo Elements supplements work to continue the process of weight loss and detoxification.
Board-certified aesthetic medicine physician Dr. Brad Cummins leads a team of experienced nurses and clinicians with more than two decades of clinical experience. In addition to laser skin treatments that remove hair and smoothen skin, the staff also fits bodies to slimmer iterations with customized weight-loss plans, regulates the body's inner workings with hormone optimization, and contours silhouettes with body sculpting and cellulite treatments. These treatments don just benefit the individual; through their corporate wellness programs, Dr. Cummins and the team reduce workday stresses and promote harmonious (and healthy) office life. Dr. Cummins demonstrates his care and responsibility for patients by personally performing or overseeing each treatment.
Inside a private treatment room, clients visiting Johanna Sims LMT unwind under hot stones, gliding strokes, and therapeutic stretching techniques. A nationally certified massage therapist, Johanna draws from 750 hours of training when performing these relaxing modalities, which she gears to promote relaxation and a slew of health benefits. With custom sessions, clients can alleviate soreness, sleeping trouble, headaches, and stiff upper lips.
The staff at The Slim Co use a non-invasive Body Light system for patients' body-contouring needs. The body-contouring treatment helps emulsify fat with gentle LED lasers. Technicians employ this non-invasive system to help dispel stubborn inches from common target areas, such as the midsection and thighs, while clients relax to music or nature sounds.
In 1999, Kleinert Kutz Hand & Aesthetic Plastic Surgery made history when surgeons from its team performed America's first hand-transplant surgery. While the 15-hour procedure served as a crowning achievement for the clinic, which had been specializing in hand care since 1960, it was also a starting point—it preceded the next four hand transplants in America, as well as the world's first digital artery repair and bilateral forearm replantation. Backed by this comprehensive understanding of hand and arm biomechanics, the team now successfully addresses issues of any severity, from fractures to inappropriately loud golf claps. It also helms a complete plastic-surgery center. Its plastic surgeon's full range of surgical tucks, lifts, and contouring procedures are complemented by noninvasive treatments such as laser facial rejuvenation and skin peels.