ChiroPlus Clinics realigns spines and diminishes aches and pains with complete chiropractic services and massage therapy. Clients relax in large, comfortable private treatment rooms, discussing any health issues or concerns with an experienced doctor before a neurological wellness exam (a $180 value). Two x-rays explore the vitality of vertebrae, as well as outline findings to inform patients of any neurological abnormalities and discuss further treatment options. Highly trained therapist Courtney Trautman then tends to bodies with a 30-minute deep-tissue massage custom-tailored to individual needs (a $30 value). Chiropractic care and massage are thought to bring about many health benefits, and the session may help relieve general discomfort or back and neck pain brought on by carpal tunnel syndrome, pregnancy, sciatica, or excessive Slip 'N Sliding.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Sina Aboutalebi assuages skin woes for patients of all ages, reducing the appearance of acne among teens, wrinkles among adults, and frown lines among frowning line-drawings of adults. Botox is a purified protein that, along with a Kenny G mixtape, relaxes the muscles responsible for the formation of facial crinkling. Quick, nonsurgical injections of Botox can reduce the appearance of age-defining lines around the mouth, eyes, or camping on the forehead (a $13/unit value, number of units used varies depending on severity), and results can last up to six months or until being sworn in as president of the United States.
At Dermatology and Laser Center of Fort Worth, Dr. William Cothern and his team treat conditions ranging from melanoma to unwanted tattoos through services that span both advanced cosmetic and traditional dermatology therapies. Dr. Cothern's staff takes pride in customizing each patient's treatment through personal consultations and in its expertise with devices such as CoolSculpting panels, Fraxel lasers, and LightSheer diodes.
At Meridian Harmonics Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, a natural healer rests his faith in ancient methods that date back more than 8,000 years. Mark Tryling—a nationally board-certified acupuncturist and oriental-medicine provider—helms the practice, working with a spirit of generosity and respect toward his fellow practitioners and patients. Master Chinese herbalists eschew processed pharmaceuticals and Flintstones vitamins in favor of natural remedies, combining herbs with acupuncture to harmonize organ functions and facilitate the flow of energy. Most treatments drive toward the goal of restoring positive energy, which, when achieved, can yield a healthy mind, body, and spirit animal.
During the exam at Jefferson Dental, which welcomes walk-ins, one of the dentists from the smile-savvy staff ventures into facial caves in search of tooth decay and gum disease. A skilled technician then snaps x-ray pictures, uncovering hidden problems to use as blackmail. Opting to add cleaning ensures that a whirlpool of floss and paste separates debris, plaque, and tartar from enamel and that fangs look more polished than a socialite dipped in wax.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Jeannine Hoang and her staff of skin whisperers carefully wield a CoolSculpting applicator to freeze targeted fat cells and slim clients’ silhouettes. One session of the non-invasive, FDA-cleared treatment, featured on the Today Show in 2010, can reduce adipose tissue by an average of 20 percent without harming the surrounding tissue or creating long recovery times. Much like a macaroni sculpture that one builds during therapy, crystallized fat cells gradually come apart two to four months post-session, resulting in a trimmer figure that remains long after each visit.