Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group is a professionally packed team of well-being warriors including experienced estheticians and physicians on the medical staff at Northwestern Memorial Hospital as well as faculty at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Seven different physicians collaborate with two clinical estheticians to create dullness-quashing skin regimes. The 30-minute, physician-supervised treatment begins with a Clarisonic cleanse, which uses sonic frequency to eliminate surface dirt and oil to prep for better product absorption. Next, your esthetician will match you with a topical treatment serum selected from an arsenal of cosmetic crime-fighting agents that address a variety of skin concerns, including oiliness, dryness, and redness. The SilkPeel system employs a mug-snuggling closed-loop vacuum to infuse the face with serum benefits, evening tone and texture without the use of crystals, other abrasive particles, or driveway gravel. Each complexion-perfecting session ends with a calming treatment mask, moisturizer, and sunscreen, leaving patients with light-reflective skin that sends damaging rays bouncing away in shame.
New Health Centers consists of more than 400 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Using advanced, noninvasive methods, Bella Gente perfects complexions with personalized laser hair-removal or microdermabrasion treatments. The Pain-Free Hair-Free laser system edits out an unwanted keratin cameo on lips, chins, bikini lines, or underarms. Over six sessions, a DualChill laser cools skin while hair roots melt away, leaving behind freshly-Zambonied smoothness. Groupon buyers selecting the microdermabrasion facial will receive a complimentary consultation by an expert aesthetician. Reduce facial furrows, sweep away straggling scales, and revive skin's career in time for a peek-a-boo grudge match with baby.
As a physician with board certification in emergency and bariatric medicine as well as more than 30 years of professional experience, Dr. Manohar Jethani provides family care as well as basic urgent care at Health Stop. The center's diagnostic arsenal includes x-ray systems, EKGs, and laboratory blood-testing equipment capable of screening for everything from infection to cancer. In addition, Health Stop can treat common cosmetic issues by offering numerous anti-aging and weight-loss procedures. Injectable dermal fillers smooth out the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, a cosmetic laser system erases acne scarring, and body-contouring treatments provide an alternative to invasive liposuction procedures.
Therapists, counselors, and social workers all play a role at Medcare Medical Group. The practice helps rehabilitate adults and children affected by disabilities or injuries. But people also go to Medcare Medical Group not simply to get well, but to stay well, which often means assuaging stress and boosting energy. Light therapy bathes patients in mood-elevating photons, laser treatments get at deep-seated chronic pain, and massage helps muscles stay comfortably springy.
Under the direction of Dr. Thomas Heggen, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., cosmetic surgeon and Diplomate of the American Board of Ob-Gyn, the veteran staff at Your Medicos specializes in plastic surgery, med-spa treatments, and family medicine infused with holistic healing techniques. Medical experts stage extreme makeovers and help bodies fit back into their high-school footie pajamas with liposuction or face-lifts and use noninvasive laser treatments with FDA-approved tools to expel unwanted body hair and tighten skin. Physician-grade skincare products from Glytone rejuvenate countenances and European ultrasound-cavitation technology slenderizes bodies. Your Medicos' technicians also draw upon chiropractic services, Eastern-inspired acupuncture, and herbal medicine to bolster the traditional Western healing technique of wrapping patients in the U.S. flag and singing the national anthem until they feel better.