Drs. Jill and James Einhorn understand what makes feet tick. The podiatrists are board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and draw on more than 20 years of experience to treat afflictions of the foot and ankle. They use advanced equipment to ensure feet stay healthy, such as the FDA-cleared PinPointe laser, which treats nails with unsightly fungus so they have a clearer appearance.
Located in Astoria, Queens, Carl Clarke Aesthetiques is a cosmetic medical center that specializes in cosmetic facial procedures and body contouring—non-surgical skin-renewing treatments and spa treatments that are designed to rejuvenate and relax clients. Cosmetic medical specialist Carl Clarke, RPA-c heads up this soothing beauty spot, where his team of medical professionals provide dermal fillers, such as Radiesse and Restylane Perlane, as well as vein therapy, laser treatments, and chemical peels. Clients can come in for a round of collagen induction therapy, which helps the skin take on a more youthful glow, or have a series of Botox injections, which reduce the fine lines and wrinkles that come with aging or sleeping on your face all night. The spa also offers bioslimming treatments and a host of radio frequency modalities to treat the entire body.
Family Foot Care NYC's podiatrists diagnose and remedy foot conditions at several offices, all located near hubs of public transportation. Patients undergo treatments for issues ranging from toenail fungus to injuries sustained while playing sports or failing to dance for cattle rustlers. The office's MRI C-scan can assess ailments by surveying one foot rather than the whole body, ensuring a comfortable experience free of claustrophobia. The podiatrists also prescribe custom orthotic shoes to keep feet comfortable and free of strain.
Dr. Ching Chen, licensed D.O. and graduate of the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, got into the medical practice for a somewhat surprising reason: she considers herself accident-prone. So, when considering her life’s path, she was naturally drawn to a field that would give her the ability to heal her own injuries and help others while keeping her clear of falling anvils. Through her current practice, Healing Station, she melds osteopathy’s approach to medicine—incorporating not only the physical aspects of a patient’s health but also the psychological and emotional—with such services as acupuncture, yoga, and nutritional analysis. Her specialties are physical medicine and rehabilitation, helping clients overcome maladies that range from headaches and minor sports injuries to obesity and sciatica. Before beginning any treatment, Dr. Chen sits down with the patient for a consultation, in which she openly communicates about the issue at hand and develops a treatment plan.
Since hitting the streets three years ago, Schnitzel & Things has won the Vendy Rookie of the Year Award in 2009, and been featured by such news outlets as the Wall Street Journal and PBS. Schnitzel & Things keeps on-the-move munchers satisfied with schnitzel platters, sandwiches, and Austrian-inspired sides, all made fresh daily. On weekdays, hungry New Yorkers can track down the nomadic brown truck at different spots around the city, or visit the brick-and-mortar location on Third Avenue, which gave the roving restaurant a permanent home and stoop for its bratwurst-themed jack-o'-lanterns in 2011.
Genesis Medical Wellness P.C. is Dr. Lai Cheung's private practice in aesthetic medicine. Services provided include microdermabrasion, chemical peels, intense pulsed light/laser treatments for a variety of skin conditions, and noninvasive body contouring treatments using various technology.