Tropical Resort Tans has been bronzing bodies since the Reagan administration when indoor tanning was something of a novelty. Since those early days, they have snatched up a Smart Tan certification and the official endorsement of the sun. Wolff System lamps mounted inside Norvell tanning beds crank through six levels of tanning, and the Mall Drive location also airbrushes patrons with a Mystic spray-tan solution that leaves skin hydrated.
Image By Cindy offers a slate of four treatments that work noninvasively to help beautify clients. Ultrasonic body-slimming treatments and infrared-blanket sessions break down and sweat out cellulite from problem areas for possibly smoother surfaces, whereas teeth whitening brightens smiles and spray tans quickly bronze skin.
Wellness through a balanced approach to healthcare. This is the philosophy at Gilbert Physical Medicine, a multi-disciplinary facility dedicated to treating and determining the causes of clients' symptoms. The center can accomplish such goals thanks to its well-rounded staff, which includes a medical director, family nurse practitioner, rehabilitation technician, and multiple chiropractic physicians. With the help of diagnostic resources—including x-ray equipment and ultrasound technology—the team works together to assess each client's concerns and devise an appropriate treatment regimen.
Chiropractic care forms the core of Gilbert Physical Medicine's services. By restoring alignment to the spine's vertebrae, the staff ensures that the body's central nervous system can function with minimal interference, which can help alleviate chronic pains while jump-starting natural healing processes. Additionally, the chiropractors can recommend a number of corrective exercises that help treat muscular conditions, and even provide lifestyle coaching that encourages visitors to adjust their daily practices outside the facility. Gilbert Physical Medicine continues to embrace new healthcare techniques as well, as demonstrated by its use of the Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block procedure to relieve all manner of headaches.
Most people can only boast about their own beauty, but Dr. J.D. McCoy can boast about the beauty of more than 500 other people. As a specialist in noninvasive cosmetic treatments, Dr. McCoy has resurfaced more than 500 faces and minimized their fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and scars. At his current practice, Contour Medical, he uses a Pixel CO2 by Alma Lasers for these procedures. He also contours bodies with cold lasers and targeted radio frequencies, which break up cellulite and remove unflattering fanny packs. For further physique finessing, he removes hair with lasers, customizes hormone-replacement therapy, and tames wrinkles with Botox injections.
The relaxing atmosphere of a traditional spa is balanced with professionalism of a doctor’s office at All About You Medspa. It’s staffed by a team of registered nurses, licensed massage therapists, and laser technicians. Their diverse menu of services also reflects this balance. Stylists take care of hair at seven different salon stations. Aestheticians perform chemical peels and photofacials—an advanced technique to remove red and brown marks from the skin—in addition to revitalizing European facials and manicures. Laser techs on hand use up-to-date technology to zap away hair for long periods—one of the many noninvasive, nonsurgical procedures offered at the spa.
A victim of painful, debilitating migraines, BreAnn had trouble concentrating in class and often missed school. She visited several doctors and neurologists who suggested prescription drugs to mask her pain, but her parents refused to turn to medication. Years flew by without a helpful diagnosis until BreAnn's dad—injured from a biking accident—saw a chiropractor for his own pain. That same chiropractor was able to solve the mystery behind BreAnn's misery: a badly misaligned cervical vertebra, sustained during a car accident at the age of five.
Fast-forward to today. BreAnn’s peers now know her as Dr. Moddes, the lead chiropractor at Trinity Health Center. Given her history, it's no surprise that she specializes in auto accidents, back and neck pain, and spinal injuries. During initial consultations, Dr. Moddes clearly and carefully explains the causes and effects of pain, injury, and naps in cramped overhead storage compartments, before outlining possible treatment options, such as manual adjustments, physiotherapy, mechanical traction, or electrical stimulation. For instances of chronic pain, she might also prescribe a session with a licensed massage therapist, or perhaps acupuncture. Though Dr. Moddes fields all concerns regarding the spine, Trinity Health Center also provides auxiliary services, from nutritional counseling to microcurrent facials.