The technicians at My Red Light Slim use noninvasive red-light technology to target unwanted bulges. Unlike liposuction, the My Red Light Slim system requires neither surgery nor downtime. When combined with healthy lifestyle changes and proper nutrition, this body-contouring regimen zeros in on fat cells to promote detoxification, slim the physique, and tighten the skin.
Dr. David A. Croland doesn't overlook any weapon in the fight against fat. Since 1995, the bariatric medicine physician has been designing and supervising medical weight-loss programs that can include lipotropic injections to boost metabolism and prescription appetite suppressants to cut cravings. The exact course each patient follows is determined by an initial visit, during which a staff member may run a computerized body-composition analysis, perform an EKG to check the patient's heart health, and take pictures so the patient has an alibi in case he or she is later wrongfully accused of pickpocketing the governor.
But though weight loss is the clinic's focus, it's not its only function. It's also equipped to test for food sensitivities and provide bioidentical hormone replacement to offset the effects of menopause. Dr. Croland even offers aesthetic services, and, unlike at some medical offices, the doctor performs all of them himself. These treatments range from smoothing skin with Botox, Dysport, Restylane, and Juvederm to erasing fine lines with chemical peels.
In an inviting space with chic decor and elegant draperies, the licensed aestheticians of Regenesis Skin Studio use advanced technologies to improve the appearance and texture of clients' skin. Phototherapy treatments serve a variety of purposes, from fading hyperpigmentation to eliminating unwanted hair, and custom peels exfoliate skin for a more youthful look. Patrons can also shop for home-use products by Rhonda Allison, HydroPeptide, and other esteemed skincare companies.
Dr. Jonathan Stoudmire?s career as a psychiatrist reveals that he has extensive understanding of the mind?s inner workings, but it fails to show his expertise in the fields of weight management and fitness. At Infinity Medical Weight Loss, he unites both of these passions, leading a staff of weight-loss consultants to arm clients with the tools and motivation they need to lose weight. Working with both children and adults, the staff relies on such weight-loss modalities as exercise routines, nutritional guidance, appetite suppressants, weight-loss injections, and supplements.
Sheri of Infinite Light Services holds many titles: licensed massage therapist, life coach, ordained interfaith minister. The one thing they have in common is that they facilitate healing and transformation. Sheri taps into her many titles, offering massages as diverse as relaxation massage, neuromuscular therapy, and bodywork for the treatment of TMJ disorder. She also provides divine oracle readings, mentoring and life coaching, and body scrubs.
Once an international gymnastics competitor, Ken Haas had to turn away from the tumbling lifestyle after his body began to ache. Sports orthopedists couldn't determine what was wrong, he told Charlotte Today, but a kinesiologist finally helped him through alternative methods—methods that Ken, now Dr. Haas, employs at Haas Wellness Center. Understandably, applied kinesiology remains one of the center's major focuses. This system tests for muscle responses throughout the body, scouting for weaknesses that could indicate treatable conditions. Its techniques can even incorporate teachings from acupuncture and nutrition for a truly holistic approach.
Dr. Haas's other services run the gamut from screenings for environmental toxins to natural weight-loss programs and low-level-laser therapy, a purported pain deterrent. Trigger-point therapy, myofascial-release work, and essential oils all contribute to the center's signature massage, and craniosacral therapy employs extremely gentle touch—no more than the weight of a nickel—to try and relieve imbalanced nervous systems, a more relaxing method than shouting into your ear for your brain to "stay calm!"