The certified hair-loss consultants at Hair Loss Control Specialists Indiana wield the weapons of laser therapy and treatment products in their ongoing battle against bare scalps. The outfit’s signature laser hair therapy prevents scalp issues and thinning hair with low-level lasers that stimulate cells' metabolisms and help damaged cells self-repair.
Indy Laser Tattoo Removal's certified laser specialists erase regretted body art using Lutronic Spectra Q-switched lasers, which produce four wavelengths of light to accommodate a range of skin types and ink colors. After an initial consultation to determine the estimated number of sessions required—based on the tattoo’s ink depth and color, size, location, and will to live—technicians use intense light energy to break ink particles into tiny fragments that are then carried away through natural bodily processes. Though not every tattoo can be completely removed, the specialist-recommended number of treatments should rid most clients of all but faint remnants.
Licensed chiropractor and acupuncturist Robert W. Ferguson starts each of his treatments with a simple goal: to exceed expectations. This goal has remained the driving force behind his work throughout a career that spans two decades, and it has left its mark on his practice at Chiropractic Therapeutics & Rehabilitation. With his patients in mind, Dr. Ferguson built the practice around knowledgeable staffers, up-to-date medical technologies, and a menu of safe, effective services. His noninvasive treatments—which range from acupuncture to auricular therapy, or ear reflexology—work to relieve pain that results from day-to-day activities, such as typing on computers and angrily hurling computers out the window.
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A Natural Way to Recovery's owner, Lori Holbrook, works diligently alongside fellow massage therapist Karen Mullins to ease pain, tension, and discomfort from the muscles and joints of their clients. In addition to Swedish, hot stone, deep tissue, and sports massage, the duo offer specialized services such as prenatal massage, raindrop therapy, and myoskeletal alignment therapy, which treats chronic pain.
A physician who now specializes in non-surgical aesthetics, Michele A. Finley, MD, administers Radiesse treatments to restore volume and smoothness to weatherworn faces. An injection of up to .8 milliliters of Radiesse's FDA-approved dermal filler infiltrates facial grooves with calcium-based microspheres, which fill in fine lines and wrinkles more effectively than a spackle bath. The solution then bolsters sagging skin from underneath, stimulating a natural production of collagen to nourish cells and keep creases from re-scrunching for up to a year or more. The microspheres comprise materials similar to minerals inside the body, so they are safely metabolized over time. The procedure requires little to no downtime, so patients can quickly return to their normal routines of working, raising a family, or running for president soon after treatment. Clients may also purchase additional syringes for $200 before departing the calming, sand-colored center.