Executive Park Physical Therapy buzzes with movement as patients bounce on trampolines, jog on treadmills, and pedal recumbent bikes. Designed by a staff of four licensed physical therapists, these therapeutic routines help patients to heal from injuries and relieve the pain of chronic conditions. Massage therapists decompress spinal disks and wrap limbs in kinesio tape to retrain the neuromuscular system following sprains and strains from playing Red Rover with the Rockettes. A colorful assortment of free weights helps patients to strengthen weak muscles, and high-tech tools such as cold lasers and thermal ultrasound machines spirit away pain and inflammation. To open the lines of communication, multilingual staffers assist patients in English or Spanish, unlike some specialty physical-therapy offices that communicate strictly in haikus written in Klingon.
When patients arrive at the office of Laurence Miller, MD, they will not find assistants, office managers, or any other sort of administrative gatekeeper. Rather, Dr. Miller, who has been practicing in Westchester County since 1999, greets his patients directly. Dr. Miller draws from board certifications in internal, pulmonary, and critical-care medicine to treat general health concerns during primary-care visits. He also offers specialized women’s health-care services, as well as aesthetic treatments such as sclerotherapy for spider veins and Botox cosmetic injections. He performs onsite tests for diabetes and osteoporosis, assuming internal organs remembered to bring sharpened No. 2 pencils.
The bars, shakes, and snacks in the Focus 28 Diet plan each contain 10–15 grams of high-quality protein, which helps dieters lose weight without feeling hungry. The Get Skinny Quick kit motivates dieters to create energy-enhancing meals by providing them with taste-boosting, trim-enhancing tools including a meal plan manual, the Focus 28 Recipe e-book, and a shaker––perfect for concocting creamy and satisfying shakes or practicing KC and the Sunshine Band dance moves.
The surgeons at New York Group for Plastic Surgery use their skills in cosmetic and reconstructive medicine to help their patients restore their appearances after illnesses or injuries and look better in bathing suits or driver's-license photos. Common procedures include face-lifts and nose jobs, as well as tummy tucks and breast augmentation. They also supervise an array of noninvasive treatments, such as Ultherapy, beauty injections, and facials, in their medical spa.
After discussing each patient's treatment during a free consultation, board-certified physician Dr. Carol E. Tetenbaum draws upon her 25 years of medical practice to reduce the signs of aging in client's faces for four months to one year. Her Botox and Dysport injections temporarily improve frown lines by blocking nerve impulses to facial muscles, while her Juvederm, Restylane and Perlane treatments correct wrinkles and folds around noses and mouths by adding volume to skin. Unlike rubbing a rolling pin against your face, Dr. Tetenbaum's wrinkle-reversing procedures cause little to no discomfort and require no downtime. During chemical peels, she uses Obagi Blue Peel RADIANCE, diminishing fine lines, blemishes, and mild scarring; more Obagi products are available at The Aesthetic Medic for purchase.