Licensed by the state of New York and certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Jonathan Leung helps heal a wide array of infirmities through physical therapy, acupuncture, and a variety of injections aimed at relieving several types of pain. The expertise he has gleaned as a practitioner and then a clinical instructor at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan accompanies the doctor to each patient interaction. Dr. Leung opened the Staten Island Pain & Rehabilitation Medicine P.C. office, inside of which the space evokes a homey atmosphere, with high-back leather benches and paintings of serene vistas to match the mood of exiting patients.
Contemporary Plastic Surgery, helmed by Dr. Robert A. Herbstman's, balances the aesthetic needs of clients with a mix of traditional cosmetic surgery, non-invasive procedures, and top-notch skincare programs. An experienced on-staff aesthetician evaluates each client's skincare needs before designing an individualized and customized regimen. Certified staffers transform bodies through both surgical procedures and noninvasive med-spa services, such as microdermabrasion, which employs a diamond-studded wand to exfoliate layers and stimulate cellular growth.
At Spa Jolie, aestheticians, massage therapists, and laser technicians cull techniques from a variety of cultures to beautify their clients. Reflexology, a 4,000-year-old Chinese method of applying pressure to specific points in the hands and feet, joins traditional Swedish and deep-tissue modalities to soothe weary physiques. Fresh, European seaweed makes up one of the layers in the four-layer facial to help tone and tighten the skin. When performing the ancient Indian technique of threading, technicians capture unwanted facial hair between twists of cotton fibers. These culturally diverse practices appear alongside a roster of lasers, made from all-natural, locally harvested machine parts, which help reduce cellulite and even whiten teeth.
To the board-certified physicians at Ani Orthopaedic Group, injuries are like snowflakes: each one is unique. Based on this understanding, they alleviate patients’ bone, muscle and joint maladies with custom treatments. These range from hip and knee replacements to less invasive options, such as acupuncture and sports medicine.
Drs. John Marullo and Ryan Varga work to eliminate pain and the need for surgery with their holistic healing services. They treat myriad aches and chronic pain with manual chiropractic adjustments, physical-therapy exercises, and counseling for weight and stress issues. The clinic also treats clients to acupuncture sessions and outfits them with orthotics.
As self-described personal assistants to weight management, the team at Da Vinci Beauty & Wellness Center combines healthy behaviors with European body-contouring technology to help clients achieve—and maintain—their desired physique. Known as Eximia, the clinic’s primary slimming tool combines suction, pressure, and vibration into one enjoyable experience designed to elevate metabolic activity as it tones and drains deep tissues. And though its claim to fame is slimming and shaping, Da Vinci also offers treatments for the neck up, including a noninvasive face-lift package, complete with microdermabrasion and endomassage.
Until the day a patient arrives with his foot stuck in his mouth, Marlboro Foot and Dental Wellness' resident doctors plan on sticking to their respective fields. The multilingual Dr. Corinne Kauderer draws on 20-plus years of podiatry experience to help rid nails of fungus, digitally x-ray aching feet, and conduct cosmetic foot surgeries. For more than 28 years, Dr. Allan Goldfarb has focused on dentistry, from straightening teeth with Invisalign braces to perfecting smiles with implants and fillings. Though their services differ, Drs. Kauderer and Goldfarb share a dedication to customizing treatments for their patients, as well as following up to make sure all pain is relieved.