Complete Nutrition recognizes that dietary supplements fill only one realm of a healthy lifestyle, so the team also emphasizes hydration, exercise, and a balanced diet. To help clients achieve such well-rounded wellness, the stores employ certified personal trainers and strength coaches, who educate customers while simultaneously showing them how to flex the bridge of their nose.
The brains behind Complete Nutrition collaborate with nutritionists and healthcare providers to formulate new proprietary supplements for their shelves. In addition to designing products that can help patrons lose weight, build muscle, or increase their energy, the teams also figure out how to combine complementary supplements into specialized kits, which compound the effects of individual products.
Jacksonville Anti-Aging Institute helps reduce the visible tolls of aging with its wide range of medical and aesthetic treatments. The clinic employs Cutera laser systems for many of its treatments, which harness beams specifically designed to remove spider veins and clear complexions. After starting up the Cutera XEO laser and showering it with compliments, the team of medical professionals targets light at unsightly veins in an effort to collapse the vessel, allowing it to be gradually absorbed by the body. The spider-vein removal session lasts up to an hour and is noninvasive, without the discomfort and post-op downtime of surgical treatments. Alternatively, the LimeLight facial uses an intense pulsed-light treatment to let visages bask in therapeutic luminescence while lasers traverse the skin like glow worms fresh from a swim in the fountain of youth. The session lasts approximately 30 minutes and is designed to even skin tone, as well as treat sun damage, redness, poor cursive, and other facial blemishes.
Avecina Medical has been in practice since 2005 in Jacksonville, FL with three offices across the greater Jacksonville area. We are a multi-disciplinary practice that focuses on urgent care, hormone replacement therapy, non-invasive procedures such as Botox, fillers & laser hair removal.
Jim Pruchniewski peered down his leg at his blackened toes. He'd been rushed to the hospital after a blizzard waylaid him on a mountainside in Lake Placid. "You have third-degree frostbite," the doctor confirmed. "We'll have to amputate." Fortunately for Jim and his digits, the US Olympic ski team was training nearby. The team's podiatrist hurried to the hospital like a long-lost lover hurries to interrupt a wedding before the end of a movie. "Stop!" he might have shouted as the buzz saw probably descended toward the patient's toes. The hero, our Olympic podiatrist, examined the foot and concluded that the damage was superficial. The toes would recover. And they did. The episode moved Jim Pruchniewski, a former biology teacher, to earn his medical degree. Over the last 20 years, he's gained fourfold board certification in podiatric orthopedics, surgery, primary care, and the treatment of diabetic foot wounds. At North Lakeland Foot Clinic, he examines feet with the same attention that saved his toes decades ago. He and his staff do everything in their power to keep feet healthy and, in the case of diabetic patients, avert extreme measures like amputation.
Founded 20 years ago by Dr. David Perlow, Any Lab Test Now boasts more than 100 centers nationwide where technicians administer thousands of standard lab tests priced to increase access and affordability for uninsured or low-income patients. Each location doubles as a draw center, where technicians acquire the specimens necessary for popular services—including glucose readings, HIV screenings, and urinalysis—before sending them to an offsite laboratory for testing.
Any Lab Test Now respects the need for discretion, so each HIPAA-compliant test can be taken anonymously in certain instances. Results are often available within 24–48 hours, and can be mailed, faxed, picked up, or transmitted telepathically for ultimate confidentiality. Though the team doesn’t divulge any medical advice, results can also be passed on to primary-care physicians for further analysis.