The expert team at Abacoa Physical Medicine coaxes beleaguered bodies back to full strength through such therapeutic disciplines as neurosurgery, orthopedics, and chiropractic care. The facility focuses on addressing pain associated with injuries, sports, or napping on a mattress filled with uncomfortable peas. During the 60-minute massage, a licensed massage therapist employs deft handiwork to ease stress out of bodies, without having to wait for it to leave naturally in the form of earwax. A spacious facility plays host to the relaxation process, directing pain through the exits while clients unwind unencumbered.
Over the past 18 years, Nicole Hernandez—a permanent-makeup artist—has rubbed elbows with seasoned physicians and plastic surgeons. That's partly because surgeons can't shake hands after they've washed them. But it's also because Nicole is a licensed artist who brings definition to clients' features in a sanitary studio stocked with anesthetics and supplies. She tends to everyday cosmetic concerns by lining eyes and filling in brows, but she also has experience covering up scars and improving the look of skin after reconstructive surgery. To complement newly enhanced appearances, she can tint lashes, wax facial hair, and henna eyebrows.
Dr, Dwight C. Remolds’ resume is filled with numbers: he’s performed more than 80,000 cosmetic procedures, trained more than 700 physicians, and led workshops in eight different countries. All of these figures add up to signify a highly seasoned cosmetic professional who, along with his trained team, performs body-beautifying procedures that range from wrinkle-slaying injections to liposuction treatments.
Institute of Cosmetic Enhancement's president Suzy M. Courcy, a medical electrologist and permanent-cosmetic specialist and instructor, sheds unwanted hair and prevents its stubborn regrowth with electrolysis and laser hair removal. She also cuts down on morning routines by applying permanent makeup to brows, lips, and eyelids.