The doctors at Advanced Vein Center specialize in minimally invasive surgery, phlebology, and interventional radiology, making them a trusted team for vanquishing spider veins, varicose vessels, and Trivial Pursuit opponents. They employ a trio of techniques when battling vascular conditions: noninvasive laser therapies, sclerotherapy injections, and radio-frequency powered VNUS ClosureFast. To ensure patients know which treatment is right for them, the doctors offer free vein screenings at all of their locations.
The technicians at Laser Body Sculpting of Pittsburgh fight fat. Not just any fat, but the rolls and bulges that don't respond to a healthy diet, active lifestyle, or passive-aggressive notes sewn into bathing-suit linings. To combat these localized adipose deposits, the practitioners treat patients with the Lapex BCS LipoLaser or Zerona laser. Both lasers make use of low-level energy that works to break down fat cells over the course of several sessions—a standard treatment protocol for Lapex includes three treatments over the course of three to six weeks, whereas the Zerona regimen includes three treatments per week for two weeks.
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.