The compassionate doctors and staff at Huntington Medical and Rehabilitation strive to treat the patient and not just the symptoms, fostering a higher quality of life through pain and disease prevention. With extensive knowledge in traditional medicine, the center’s team also approaches chiropractic, physiotherapy, nutritional counseling, and massage with alternative methods supported by the latest studies as well as time-tested wisdom. By getting to know their patients thoroughly, the doctors design holistic treatment plans specific to each patient, working to relieve symptoms and prevent them from returning.
In addition to being a member of the Botox Cosmetic Physicians Network, Dr. Stephen T. Greenberg has been featured in many forms of media, hosts his own cosmetic-surgery radio show, and won Long Island Press' Best of Long Island 2010 Cosmetic Surgeon award. Dr. Greenberg performs a consultation with each patient before using his highly specific training to administer tiny, muscle-relaxing injections into wrinkle-causing areas while singing a lullaby in a rich baritone. The appointment lasts from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the injection site. Botox treatments smooth moderate wrinkles and prevent further depth in wrinkling, leaving skin as sleek as a bobsled track doused in canola oil. Improvement may be observed within a few days, and results can last up to four months. Discomfort from the Botox treatment is minimal; the sensation could be likened to a pinprick or a momentary flashback to one's haircut in the '80s.
We specialize in non-surgical cosmetic and aesthetic procedures. Dr Romero, as an individual doctor, performs the most Botox injections on Long Island. He also teaches the art and science of Botox to other doctors. Dr Romero is one of the top Juvederm and Radiesse injectors on Long Island and in the nation.
Were it not for the sweet scent of pomade and the constant buzzing of clippers, it would be easy to mistake Park Ave. Barbers for a cozy after-work hangout. After receiving a warm welcome, men with mussed hairdos hop into leather thrones and entrust their styles to the shop’s expert barbers. Flat-screen televisions keep eyes distracted from the scissors behind them as the barbers work assiduously to dress up scalps in timeless fashions. A hot lather softens whiskers before a traditional straight-razor shave coaxes out facial tattoos cowering in the darkness of a five o’clock shadow.
Ross Hartman would be hard-pressed to define underachievement. The diligent podiatrist added a class valedictorian crown to his mortarboard when graduating with his doctorate from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, then went on to become a chief podiatric surgical resident at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers of Brooklyn. Now working out of his own office, the doctor tends to foot complaints of all stripes, from fractures and warts to sports injuries. Whether he’s easing stress on flat feet or alleviating heel pain, Dr. Hartman always prioritizes communication, ensuring that his patients understand their treatment options and finally grasp why it's rude to eat with your toes.