Board-certified plastic surgeon, Edward S. Lee and his highly trained team of body buffers combine recent technological advances and a strong medical background to beautify bodies and revise visages. During the Zerona treatment series, five low-level lasers melt fat, jettisoning plump cells so that they can be safely eliminated by the lymphatic system. The 40-minute procedure is repeated about every other day for two weeks for maximum effectiveness and is designed to remove 2–6 inches from the treated area. The procedure requires no surgery or injections, has minimal down time, and—unlike the vice grip of a new father-in-law's suggestively sinister handshake—is virtually pain free. The Zerona treatment is ideal for the waist, hips, thighs, back, buttocks, or anywhere else with localized pockets of fat that have remained resistant to diet, exercise, and threats to take away their car privileges. Zerona is only available at the Englewood Cliffs location.
Dr. Ayman Z. Matta founded New York Eye Institute after completing a fellowship at the Bucci Cataract and Laser Vision Institute in Pennsylvania. Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, he not only specializes in refractive procedures, but also performs surgery to ease ailments such as cataracts, glaucoma, and tears made of grapefruit juice. His colleague Dr. Paul N. Guerriero focuses more on retinal diseases, including macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, while the optometrist on staff, Dr. Seung-Hee Choi, doles out glasses and contact prescriptions, plus pre- and post-op care.
Dr. Gregory R. Zaccone has seen?and treated?his share of injuries. He got his fair share of that practice as an intern athletic trainer for the New York Giants mini camp, and also worked as an athletic trainer for college basketball and lacrosse teams. But in 2004, the board-certified physical trainer gave up his spot on the sidelines to establish Spectrum Physical Therapy & Athletic Training, where he and his staff now help clients recover through personalized therapy treatments.
Today athletes are just one kind of patients he treats. He also facilitates physical therapy sessions for people suffering from back pain, carpal tunnel, and arthritis. What's more, Dr. Zaccone devised the Zaccone Injury Prevention Program, a sport-specific treatment plan for athletes recovering from all manner of pain. The sport-specific treatments help athletes return to top form, whether their goal is to sprint down the field during a game again or fold themselves into their gym bags after the final whistle. And yet, you don't need to be hurt to get the doc's help: Spectrum's medical fitness regimens also pair clients with personal trainers who create fitness plans designed to improve endurance, muscle strength, and flexibility.
The holistic healers at My Wellness Solutions promote detoxification and weight loss through a variety of alternative treatments. They administer colonics, ionic foot baths, and infrared sauna sessions designed to draw impurities out of internal systems, leaving the body lighter, energized, and less nougat-filled. The center also promotes healthy weight, providing slimming services such as tightening plaster and parafango mud body wraps, and cellulite vacuum sessions that massage tissue to smooth the skin.
The classic European facial will revivify your facade and rebalance your surface cells. Treatments are specialized for specific skin types, making each one as personalized as a BeDazzled handbag. Your friendly aesthetician will cleanse, tone, and exfoliate your face skin in a multi-layered rebuffing assault. A series of masks and gentle massages complete the renovation. The eye treatment brings extra attention to the sensitive area surrounding your peepers. The radius around your eye will get a gentle massage with additional cleaning and exfoliation, followed by a peaceful eye mask. The added aromatherapy will open your passages to the scents of serenity, further putting your mind in a place of peace and cotton kittens.
As a Doctor of Osteopathy, Andrea Perez believes that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That is why she takes the time to educate her patients about proper nutrition, relevant health screenings, and recommended vaccines, such as immunizations against pneumonia, shingles, or cooties A and B. She embraces conventional and natural medical approaches alike, choosing the optimal medley of therapies for each individual patient. Her training as a primary care and family physician has readied her to treat a wide range of ailments and conditions, from diabetes and high blood pressure to cuts and sprained ankles.