Medical director Dr. David Grant hung up his scalpel after nearly 39 years as a plastic surgeon and now devotes his attention to noninvasive techniques of skin conditioning and repair that allow him to take what he feels is a more comprehensive approach to anti-aging. He and his team at Laser Sculpting Center blast away unwanted fat and body hair with an arsenal of lasers and shoo away wrinkles and signs of aging with chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Massages and bodywork techniques leave muscles relaxed and minds destressed, and raindrop therapy soothes the spine with essential oils and heat from hot towels or tiny lightning bolts.
Balance. It's the main goal of most of the treatments at Texas Ayurvedic, yet that approach doesn't only take into account a client's current condition. It's also about helping people make long-term lifestyle changes that enhance their total-body health. Those are some of the central tenets at work in the center's approaches, which include everything from bodywork treatments to dietary counseling in the pursuit of mind, body, and spiritual balance.
Approaching each client with personalized care, the center offers a wide array of services intended to address an even wider array of needs. Some include massages, detoxifying body treatments, and pain-alleviating therapies that help release stress, sending it to the same place lost left socks go. Then there's dietary guidance, which aims to strengthen bodies with regimens aimed at preventing disease. Even traditional facial treatments?which use natural, botanically derived skincare products?strive to alleviate stress while leaving skin looking smooth and radiant.