Though laughter may be the best medicine, it can also be a source of facial folds and wrinkles over time. At Midtown Neurology and Aesthetics, board-certified physician Dr. Alina Rabinovich combats the aging effects of giggles by administering Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin injections in procedures that last only a few minutes. She uses dermal fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero, and Radiesse to correct medium to deep facial lines, fine lines and wrinkles, sculpting the cheeks and other facial features. In addition to rejuvenating clients aesthetically, Dr. Rabinovich also uses injection therapy to offset the effects of neurological ailments such as multiple sclerosis, stroke, and migraines.
Drawing on her education from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Esmeralda Merveille has engineered a specialized health program centered around three tenants: bio-individuality, primary food, and integrative nutrition. Generally speaking, the approach is to look at how each client's lifestyle affects his or her overall health, instead of dwelling on calories and carbs. Perhaps clients are sleeping too little, stress eating, or wearing cookie dough as a hat. By assessing these bad habits, Esmeralda can help them reduce food cravings and maximize energy.
Feeling fine is only half the battle at Forest Hills Health Center, where board-certified doctors ensure patients stay free of diseases with or without symptoms. Each member of the multispecialty group plies their healing expertise during general checkups and blood analysis or for advanced issues related to viral infections, organs, or oncology. Dedicated to patient convenience as well as health, the center helps transport eligible clients to and from the clinic and welcomes walk-ins in English, Spanish, or Russian.
New York Times–featured AMG Medical Group tends to the medical needs of clients across all boroughs with a simple goal in mind: to make regular visits to the doctor affordable for everyone. Visitors meander into the facilities, which New York Times writer Ariel Kaminer calls “spotlessly clean,” before meeting with one of seven licensed physicians. The doctors perform complete physical exams and tests, administer care for various ailments, or tend to temperamental home thermometers.
Glow Laser Center narrows its focus to two specific services, the better to excel at what its staff do: simplify clients' beauty routines. Permanent makeup defines eyes, lips, and brows, and laser hair-removal lets razors be repurposed as tools to carve cool patterns in the carpet. Glow's licensed pros work from a space inside Ya Ya Nails and Spa Salon's outpost on Queens Boulevard.