At Digenis Plastic Surgery Institute, Alexander Digenis, MD, uses his wealth of knowledge in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery to perform advanced aesthetic procedures to enhance the skin, face, breasts, and body. An experienced staff assists him though these procedures. Chief among this staff is aesthetician Jessica Burnett, whose skincare services include laser hair removal, resurfacing chemical peels, and IPL laser treatments that zap away blemishes and spaceships double-parked outside the clinic.
Bright Life Massage Therapy offers many options to suit your body's needs. Massage can help reduce common discomforts such as back pain, headache, neck and shoulder pain, and general stress. Choose from Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and prenatal massage. Each massage is tailored to your individual needs and wishes.
Baxter Avenue’s certified massage duo Lambsey Reeves and Megan McNamara treat sore bodies and stressed auras with a quartet of muscle-melting massage techniques. Clients can warm-up with a hot towel as the tissue tenderizer unleashes a stress-abolishing treatment, alleviating bothered backs of irritations from chronic pain and hard-to-reach mosquito bites. Swedish massages soothe patients with graceful long and flowing strokes, and deep-tissue rubdowns showcase the therapist’s brute strength in the form of firm kneads and intense rolls. Expectant mothers can relieve anxiety with a pressure-alleviating prenatal session, and sore soul sacks can enlist the power of trigger-point therapy to unbundle corporeal knots and relive pockets of pain and tension lint.
The highly trained and experienced team at The Eye Care Institute cares for eyes with services ranging from routine family eye care to advanced LASIK surgical procedures. The clinical crew is comprised of six eye doctors, including three board-certified ophthalmologists who are all diplomates of the National Board of Medical Examiners and fellows of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. They specialize in laser vision correction for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, using the latest technological innovations to restore 20/20 sight and impart the ability to see through holiday wrapping paper.
Aside from caring for eyes, the medical staff members also help care for the community. They are the official eye doctors of the Louisville Bats baseball team, as well as supporters of the American Diabetes Association and several local charities.
When Dr. Bridget Young was 12, she filed papers and assisted chairside at her grandfather's dental practice. These memories stuck with her like a composite resin filling, and in 2001, she revived her grandfather's practice under the name Arts & Crafts Dental. Three years later, her husband, Dr. Allan Linehan, joined the practice.
Today, these two carry on the legacy that Dr. Young's grandfather started all the way back in 1964. The pair provides compassionate care that includes everything form general dentistry to cosmetic treatments. For dental emergencies, they’re often available for same-day visits, but they recommend that patients come in for a check-up every six months.