The doctors at Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting not only address common skin concerns such as acne, eczema, moles, and minor owies, they also help their patients fend off signs of aging with a full roster of medical-caliber cosmetic services. Beauty experts in the aesthetic center use lasers and injectable solutions to take aim at unwanted body hair, spider veins, and wrinkles of every depth and breadth. They also rely on the most current techniques and treatments to rejuvenate the face and keep the birthday suit smooth and youthful, with services that range from vitamin C peels to fat-targeting VelaShape.
Dr. Scott Chapin and the skilled staff of Chapin Aesthetics perfect epidermal canvases with professional-grade spa and medical treatments in a relaxing and fully equipped office. Laser spider-vein removal utilizes the Harmony XL laser to fade both deep and superficial blood vessels with a cleansing beam of light that sends six to eight vein clusters to the great spider web in the sky. The 30-minute procedure collapses the vessels that create spider veins while taking care not to damage the surrounding tissue. This way, newly deveined clients require little to no downtime afterward.
At Doylestown Family Medicine, board-certified Dr. Schnur and his staff perform comprehensive services such as routine and emergency medical care, dermatology, and gynecological care. They perform nonsurgical sports and orthopedic treatments and offer vaccinations as well, treating both adults and children. For their patients’ convenience, they also offer office hours every other Saturday and two evenings a week.
We are a full service wellness center offering chiropractic care, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, therapeutic exercise, and yoga classes. Our specialties include prenatal care and sports injuries.
Marco DiBonaventura seeks to succeed where others have failed. As a board-certified acupuncturist in Pennsylvania and a licensed doctor of Oriental medicine in Florida, he specializes in treating injuries and diseases that have not responded to traditional medicine. DiBonaventura also holds national board certification in both acupuncture and Oriental medicine from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is certified to use traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to combat 10 of the most difficult-to-treat diseases—including cancer and Parkinson's disease—and bodily traumas such as bone fractures or ligament tears. Dr. DiBonaventura's quest to alleviate pain and illness has led him to complete fellowships at hospitals and clinics in China, Japan, and Korea.
At Complementary Health Care, Dr. DiBonaventura addresses a variety of physical and mental conditions with acupuncture and TCM, including migraines, chronic fatigue, or the inability to effectively hokey pokey. He also helps people to lose weight by offering custom nutrition and lifestyle advice.