When Mona Borden founded Mona's Dermatherapy in 2003, she assembled a staff with diverse areas of expertise in medical-grade skin treatments and spa and beauty services. Borden learned to treat acne, acne scars, rosacea, and aging-related complaints with frozen skin stem cells at the DNA Institute in Ventura, California for cryostem cell therapy, and addresses similar skin conditions with microdermabrasion and chemical peels. As a professional permanent-makeup artist, Borden highlights natural facial features and saves Gene Simmons impersonators the trouble of reapplying grease paint before every trip to the grocery store. Mona's Dermatherapy?s medical doctors oversee Botox and Juvederm injections and aestheticians perform beauty services such as facials and waxes.
At Purely You, Dr. Clark Zimmerman specializes in Vaser body contouring using the LipoSelection technique. This treatment relies on ultrasound waves to liquefy fat cells before they're removed, which makes it less invasive that traditional liposuction. To enhance patient comfort and make the procedure even less invasive, Dr. Zimmeran uses Sound Surgical Technology.
The staff at Colorado Sports and Fitness includes doctors, trainers, therapists, and nutrition specialists. These professionals offer a variety of fitness and health services, including personal training and nutrition supplementation. They also lead "Crush 20" group fitness classes, which, like the television show made about each person's life, condense everything important into 20-minute sessions.
Skin is enormously complex, but making it clear and smooth doesn't have to be. At least not for clients at Simply Smooth Aesthetics. Clinicians draw on the mighty power of TriLux lasers to break up stray pigmentation, tighten sagging areas, and remove hair, leaving behind brighter skin.
Better Life's medical staff members walk clients through a doctor-directed weight-loss program designed to adjust nutritional habits in a way that fits their lifestyle. Supporting the plan with science, they help people to lose up to 5 pounds per week while still enjoying regular, everyday foods. During a one-hour initial visit, they assess the client's medical history and health factors, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, and the number of old treadmills piled under their bed. If deemed necessary, an EKG reveals information about heart health before a consultation yields fitness guidelines and a nutrition plan tailored to individual goals.
Eating plans are comprised of foods that can be easily found at the grocery store, and they place importance on when the patient eats, helping to avoid late-night hunger pains or the awkward consequences of sneaking midnight snacks from the neighbor's pantry. Patients also take home a prescription appetite suppressant to curb cravings between meals.
At subsequent weekly visits, staffers gauge progress via weigh-ins and body-composition analyses, administering injections of vitamin B12 to help to boost energy and lipotropic nutrients that aim to break down fat. They gradually add exercise to the routine to complete the weight-loss program and help clients to keep off the weight they've lost.
The team at Golden Prevention doesn't need flowery language to explain what's going on inside your body?they can literally show you. For instance, their advanced scanning equipment photographs the insides of arteries so that patients can see cholesterol sticking to artery walls. Ultrasounds, meanwhile, can peer into organs for early signs of tumors, or show parents-to-be first glimpses of their little ones.
The team takes this direct approach because, for them, health screenings are about empowerment. They believe that when patients can look at a potential problem, they're more apt to take action. They back up their screenings with sound medical advice, such as making heart-healthy food choices, staying physically active, and hydrating after workouts with water instead of butter.