Dr. Young and his team of health care professionals rehabilitate the body with strategies including massage therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and nutrition. They've adopted the ergonomic stainless-steel tools of the Graston Technique to heal inflamed soft tissue and defend their clinic from ninjas. Dr. Young and staff spread their infectious healing to the community, where they support organizations such as Toys for Tots and the Red Cross.
Founded in 2008 by two board-certified physicians, the team of medical professionals at Milan Laser Aesthetics beautifies bodies with the help of the same advanced cosmetic laser technology featured on The Doctors, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, and Nightline. In addition to hair-removal services powered by Candela lasers, the team also tackles other beautification projects. Their ReFirme laser skin tightening is a non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment using elos technology to erase signs of aging, such as crows’ feet, under eye sagging, and smile lines. They also contour curves with the help of their Zerona device's cold laser system, which releases fat from fat cells without injuring surrounding tissue. The spa also offers Botox, Juvederm, and laser vein removal treatments.
Effective for any skin type, the quick and non-invasive microdermabrasion treatment accelerates cellular turnover on the surface layer of the skin by exfoliating with a safe, controlled vacuum. The treatment helps clear acne scars, wrinkles, crow’s feet stuck in foreheads, and damaged skin to restore a primped and youthful visage. The certified staff of medically trained skin savants will happily explain the procedure and answer any questions. They'll prepare the pore party with a thorough washing to remove excess oil and dirt. A medical professional targets needy areas, exhuming dead skin cells and tilling the dermis for easy growth of shiny new collagen. Fortifying moisturizers and sunscreens will conclude the treatment, which leaves patients feeling softer, younger, and rife with touchable textures.
Triba Health and Wellness Clinic’s certified doctors and technicians streamline physiques and boost inner wellness with noninvasive treatments that combine space-age technology with ancient healing techniques.
Other technology-driven services include Zerona body-sculpting treatments – which liquefy subcutaneous fat so the body can more easily process it – and energy treatments that stimulate inflamed tissue and alleviate aches and pains. To complement their arsenal of high-tech procedures, technicians draw from traditional techniques as well, using acupuncture to combat allergies and chiropractic methods to trigger bodies’ self-healing abilities.
Physicians Weight Loss Centers peppers the nation, doling out slim-down tips honed during the course of three decades in business. Each center staffs a physician who, in tandem with a team of skilled counselors, selects one of six weight-loss and lifestyle programs to guide each client toward his or her desired results. The center’s sextet of plans are tailored to those who prefer not to exercise, those who travel often, those who cook at home, and those who cook in nonfunctional stage kitchens. Patients chat with their counselors often, soaking up the tips the staffers have learned from continual training programs. Clients are encouraged to build a bond with their counselor, as camaraderie not only eases the process, but also improves one’s chances of finding a lifelong three-legged-race partner.
While Omaha native Dr. Mark Bacome was pursuing his degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic, he traveled to Fiji with the school's Clinic Abroad program. When he arrived, he began using his skills to treat children at underprivileged schools. Afterward, he returned to Omaha and opened Bacome Chiropractic LLC, where he currently helps improve the wellbeing of his own city's residents.
Using techniques such as spinal adjustments and corrective exercises, Dr. Bacome relieves pain and prevents health issues caused by misaligned vertebrae. He also straightens out poor posture by examining clients’ feet and outfitting them with customized orthopedic foot levelers, which correct weight distribution when slipped into sneakers, dress shoes, or the hooves of two-person horse costumes.