From its bamboo floors to its locally sourced ceilings, Body Solutions embodies owner Steve Young's belief that healthy environments beget healthy bodies. Within the eco-friendly facility, Dr. Young melds the best of Eastern and Western medicine to help patients recover from injuries or to bolster wellness. Rather than kneading bodies with chemical-filled lotions and used motor oil, massage and physical therapists soak pores in all-natural soaps, cleansers, and lotions. They supplement massage therapy with Pilates, yoga, and martial arts, helping clients optimize their range of motion and achieve whole-body health.
Though the list of health professionals that gather at Care Center of South Jersey is extensive, their mission is singular: to help clients attain total wellness. Their means, however, various significantly. As no client is the same, they work together to come up with custom treatment plans that can include the work of chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, naturopathic physicians, and acupuncturists to alleviate chronic pain or tend to injuries. Alternatively, exercise physiologists, athletic trainers, and nutritionists join forces to foster weight-loss goals or rehabilitate athletes during the off season.
As a board-certified surgeon who specializes in minimally invasive cosmetic surgery, Dr. Adam Goldstein, along with his fellow board-certified vascular surgeons, knew he wanted to use the latest in laser therapy techniques to contour bodies and eradicate varicose veins. Dr. Goldstein, the founder of ScuLpt Cosmetic Surgery, says he was drawn to SmartLipo because it allows doctors to not only contour bodies by liquefying and suctioning out fat but also to do it in a way that is less invasive than traditional liposuction, which can often result in extensive bleeding. This enables patients to have speedier recoveries and get back to normal activities, such as work or counting the seconds until the End Times, in a few days.The vascular surgeons on staff rid legs of ropey varicose vessels with ultrasound-monitored endovenous laser therapy (ELVT). This technique closes off painful blood conduits with laser energy, clearing up the dark veins on legs with very little downtime.
Chloe is a teacup maltipoo with fluffy fur and a ponytail. She is also the first point of contact for most patients who enter Camden County Foot and Ankle Associates. The pup belongs to board-certified foot surgeon Jennifer Berlin, who treats ailments ranging from sprained ankles to ingrown toenails in the Haddon Heights practice. The non-canine staff employs methods such as x-rays, ultrasounds, and interrogation of injurious high heels to diagnose podiatric conditions. To eradicate fungal growth on and beneath toenails without dangerous pharmaceuticals, they marshal FDA-approved laser systems and extend the podiatric healing to sprains and injured Achilles heels with a Nexus 10 laser.