Board-certified surgeon Dr. Andre Reed and his staff of licensed medical aestheticians rejuvenate skinscapes with lasers, beauty injections, and facials powered by medical-grade skincare products. BioAesthetics' aestheticians wield lasers to eradicate spider veins, unwanted body fuzz, toenail fungus, and teeth stains. Most treatments yield minimal discomfort and no downtime, allowing patients to easily schedule appointments before important business lunches or after regrettable pie-eating contests.
Doctor of Chiropractic Omid Ferdowsian knows his way around the backbone. With advanced training in extremity and sports care and such chiropractic methods as the Thompson drop table, Gonstead, and flexion distraction, he can coax misalignments and nonconforming disks back into place with precision tilts atop a flexion table or with his skilled hands during full manual adjustments. To ensure patient comfort, he customizes sessions from low- to high-force, and keeps lines of communication open during the entire procedure, explaining the purpose behind techniques and answering questions such as, “Why does my back pop?” and “Where does my house go at night?”
Dr. Ferdowsian and his team of massage therapists emphasize an approach that preempts illness before it occurs. Rather than waiting for symptoms to set in, the team administers focused examinations, thoroughly checking out spines, medical history, and any current symptoms before customizing a treatment plan. Treatment plans can include any combination of acupuncture, chiropractic adjustments, or nutritional education.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Derma Home's expert aestheticians pamper faces roughened by harsh winter winds and nurse them back to optimal human-husk health. The spring facial ($80) preps visages for their vernal debut, kicking off with a liquid-enzyme solution that immediately evicts dead skin cells from their dermal dens. A second, pineapple-cream enzyme, goes to work polishing and smoothing the newly purged pores, while a third enzyme uses the potent powers of multiple fruits and veggies to administer a healthy dose of antioxidants, converting the face into the most beauteous of ambrosia salads.
With more than 30 years of combined experience that includes work done with doctors, chiropractors, and insurance companies, Sherry and John Larkin have more insight into massage therapy than the staff at some day spas. They, along with the rest of their licensed crew at Colorado Injury Care, use this perspective to customize each session, addressing clients’ health histories, massage goals, and number of times they’ve walked into a wrecking ball. In doing so, they approach massage therapy as a preventative treatment rather than a luxury, aiming to avoid injury and promote relaxed minds.
The staff at m.pulse believes everyone has the right to look their best no matter their budget. It is this commitment that leads them to make IPL treatments more affordable and accessible. This plan has been successful, as the company has locations in Colorado and Texas.
In addition to ? la carte treatments and packages, m.pulse sells its own line of skincare products as well as SkinCeuticals products. Given its array of services and welcoming nature, the company has attracted press from fashion blogs and magazines such as Denver Living.