Dr. Karen French presides over an all-female staff at French Medical Group & Med Spa, where her anti-aging and wellness services range from complexion-clearing facials to innovative fat-melting treatments. Though stocked with advanced medical equipment, Dr. French’s facility bears more aesthetic similarities to a day spa than a clinic. Soft lights and soothing music help patients relax through procedures such as the Venus Freeze treatment, which works to tighten skin and reduce cellulite and fat circumference. Among their many qualifications, Dr. French and her team are fully trained in Arizona Cosmetic IPL Laser Safety, Syneron, and Venus Concept; armed with this knowledge, they carefully zap unwanted hairs, age spots, and spider veins without damaging skin or blowing up neighboring planets.
At Advanced Medical & Wellness, chiropractor Daniel P. Horn and his team treat everything from excruciating back pain to unsightly wrinkles. That flexibility stems from the experience of the staff, whose two medical directors possess board certifications in both physical medicine and rehabilitation. The well-rounded team carries out a variety of services such as acupuncture, massage, and physical therapy, along with gentle chiropractic techniques such as the Activator method. For more cosmetic needs, the office organizes weight-loss programs performs procedures such as laser lipo. The noninvasive treatment can accelerate the body's natural process of releasing fatty acids stored in cells, helping to reduce fat and cellulite.
The staff members at Chicago Chiropractic Group work together to relieve pain with chiropractic treatments that are tailored to treat each patient's unique condition. Along with chiropractic adjustments, the staff members also coach patients in nutrition and exercise, even offering muscle-strengthening yoga and pilates sessions in-house.
As a practicing healthcare professional, Doctor of Chiropractic Elizabeth Welch noticed that an increasing number of her patients had bad posture, and she refused to believe that medication was the only solution. Through Postursizer, Inc. Dr. Welch has developed the Postursizer bar, a 5-in-1 exercise tool that can help correct postural problems—such as forward head posture, osteoporosis, and osteoarthritis—while also promoting total body fitness. By using thoraco-lumbar isometrics, the Postursizer bar helps to boost five key fitness areas: posture, flexibility, core, cardio, and bone density.
As a young teenager, Dr. Kim Gibas suffered from recurring sports injuries that never seemed to heal. She eventually found relief in the form of chiropractic care, an experience that inspired her to study and become a doctor of chiropractic medicine in her own right. Today, she's paying it forward by helping others find relief for their chronic aches and pains without resorting to prescribed medications or invasive surgical procedures.
Instead, Dr. Gibas relies on the restorative benefits of chiropractic adjustments, which reenergize the body’s natural healing processes by realigning wayward vertebrae along the spine. Before she even begins treating patients though, she performs a thorough examination, assessing posture, testing reflexes, checking range of motion, diagramming sentences, and even taking x-rays if necessary. Dr. Gibas then uses this information to design a personalized treatment regimen, working with a licensed massage therapist and holistic health practitioner to ensure her patients receive the most complete car possible.
Headed by Dr. Stein, Bodies in Balance brings a multi-disciplinary approach to pain treatment and overall health. Laboratory testing reveals potential allergies or missing nutrients, while orthotics and chiropractic adjustments counter and correct imbalances in the spine. Doctors also energize muscles with low-level lasers or electronic stimulation, or employ ultrasonic waves to stimulate fluid movement in the tissue. Dr. Stein and his team use these services to treat the pain that results from repetitive use, workplace accidents, or tickle fights with tractors.