Dr. Ali Sepehr has spent his entire career focused on the human face. While other doctors dabble in a variety of fields, he felt that choosing one specialty would allow him to truly treat a patient to the best of his ability. This single-minded devotion has led him to train under renowned surgeon Peter Adamson, receive board certification, and earn the 2010 Reuther Kris Conrad Merit Award for outstanding achievement in his field. He demonstrates his expertise at The OC Center for Facial Plastic Surgery by performing a variety of facial treatments, from liquid face-lifts and Botox injections to eyelid lifts and brow surgeries.
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American Medical Aesthetics battles exterior imperfections with a formidable arsenal of advanced, holistic-medical technology. Euro skin-tightening, or collagen-induction therapy, administered over three separate visits, starts with the application of a topical anesthetic before an advanced homeopathic serum is applied to skin. A specialized rotational device creates tiny, acupuncture-like openings in skin, easing the absorption of the rejuvenation formula, potentially getting rid of wrinkles, tightening loose areas, and leaving epidermises glowing as healthily as a newborn jack-o-lantern. Those opting for the epidermal laser face peel get the resurfacing and accelerated regeneration treatment. During the visit, skin will be resurfaced with an advanced laser treatment, removing the top layer of dead skin to reveal the healthy cells beneath. After the treatment, faces are usually dry and flaky for several days as old skin is sloughed off, setting the stage for new, radiant visages to emerge from their cocoons.
With a 6,000-square-foot space containing three private treatment rooms and a team of licensed doctors of physical therapy on hand, In Motion O.C. is well-equipped to handle nearly every kind of joint problem and sports injury. It's perhaps best known for its customized Physical Therapy programs, which build flexibility and strength using gear such as core-toning Pilates Reformers and spinal-traction and manual-adjustment tables. There's also Aquatic Therapy, which uses gentle exercise sessions in an indoor pool heated to 92 degrees to relieve everything from chronic pain and arthritis to hypothermia brought on by hugging a snowman's best friend.
Alternatively, fitness programs—which feature workouts co-designed by In Motion's physical therapists, postural specialists, and fitness coaches—condition the body through functional fitness training. Sessions are led by seasoned coaches, and may use the center's state-of-the-art weight-training equipment. Memberships to the fitness center include free consultations with physical therapists.
The team of cosmetic and plastic surgeons at Athenix Body Sculpting Institute understands the direct link between physical appearance and self-confidence. In their quest to collectively boost the public's self-esteem, they actively reshape and refine clients' problem areas using the industry's latest technologies—including Natrelle breast implants, natural fat transfers, Body-Jet liposuction, and nonsurgical body contouring—to create curves that parabolas could only dream of.
Many of the clinic's doctors also dedicate their efforts to reshaping the lives of those less fortunate in the community. Dr. Maurice Sherman, the clinic's chief medical officer, donates his time and talents to victims of domestic violence, and Dr. Millicent Odunze repairs cleft palates and other facial deformities as a volunteer for Operation Smile.
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Most popular service: Therapy for pain relief
Dr. Desiree Edlund, founder of OC Back & Body Doctors, believes that the only wrong way to deal with pain is not to treat it at all. She and her staff—a lineup which includes medical doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, and nutritionists—draw on a their wide diversity of disciplines to help reduce pain and promote wellness. As a team, they treat many painful conditions, from bad posture and regular headaches to lingering injuries from accidents. But regardless of their individual specializations, their common goal is their first priority: to give their patients results.