Dr. Scott Haupt has performed 10,000 procedures in his years as a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Dr. Haupt and his staff at Utah Cosmetic Surgery provide a wealth of opportunities for patients seeking to boost confidence in their appearance. Preliminary consultations ensure that the physicians are able to establish realistic expectations before each procedure.
Utah Cosmetic Surgery also uses medical technology that delivers nonsurgical alternatives. Photofacial treatments use laser-light energy or intense pulsed light to help fade discolored blemishes on the skin, and Velashape technology can noninvasively contour waistlines and minimize the appearance of cellulite. Ulthera therapy bombards skin around the face with focused sound waves to help faces appear firmer and more attuned to today's pop and rock hits.
After completing his degree in dentistry, Dr. Daniel West stepped up his game by signing on for an additional 100-plus hours of continuing education, including a residency in dental implants. This expertise comes in handy on a daily basis at his practice, where Dr. West crafts porcelain crowns and veneers in minutes using a special CEREC machine. The doctor also uses technology for preventive care, including an intraoral camera to get a close-up of chompers and digital x-rays to check teeth’s inner chambers for squatting cavities.
Licensed acupuncturist Allan Post has witnessed firsthand the healing benefits of acupuncture. After regaining his own health through acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, he now helps others find relief from insomnia, chronic and acute pain, food and gluten sensitivity, cold and flu, arthritis, and other issues at his professional office in Murray. Allan provides comprehensive treatment plans for clients looking to get to the root of their health problems, using acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutrition and lifestyle counseling.
At Utah Body Therapies, Inc., the massage therapists don?t just squirt out some oil and hastily get to work. First, they sit down with their clients and talk about their goals in undergoing massage therapy. Then, the bodywork specialists help clients ease pain and promote wellness with a variety of massage modalities. Their sports-injury massages help deal with pain, inflammation, or numbness so clients quickly can get back to their sports routines or just bench-press the massage table right there on the spot.
CityWeekly gave Kudzu Body Clinic props, naming it the Best Massage on the Go in Utah for 2013. The accolades were no doubt earned from the variety of therapeutic and specialty massages offered. Massage therapists use Swedish, hot-stone, and trigger-point techniques to alleviate everything from dull aches to chronic pain. Specialty treatments focus on individuals suffering from sciatica, whiplash, and headaches.
The trainers at Pure Workout have stripped away the glamour of giant, impersonal gyms. They usher guests into a no-excuses zone where simple weights and calisthenics reign supreme, leading their classes with a potent mix of fitness expertise and tough love. Their routines vary, but each boot-camp session sparks friendly competition between attendees as they flip tires, heft weights, and sprint up hills. With no regard for noncommittal members who sneak helium into their kettlebells, the staff prizes Pure Workout's exclusive atmosphere—a quality that earned the gym a feature on NBC 5 and the title of CityVoter's Best Boot Camp in 2012.