Dr. Christopher Cave and his medical staff guide clients through the daunting task of losing weight with programs tailored to each individual. Visits kick off with a consultation with Dr. Cave and a registered nurse, who evaluate clients inside and out with blood work, measurements, and a frank and earnest discussion of their weight-loss goals. Then the team devises a plan of action that can involve any combination of appetite suppressants, recipes, exercise programs, and HCG hormone injections. The team demonstrates their commitment to results by following up with clients every week with blood-pressure checks and weigh-ins.
For $79, you get a dental exam, x-rays, panoramic x-rays, teeth cleaning, and a fluoride treatment (a $330 value). For $89, you get a dental exam, x-rays, and in-office teeth whitening (a $440 value). For $109, you get an orthodontic evaluation, x-rays, and impressions (a $368 value), plus $1,000 off orthodontic procedures.
As a wife and mom, certified trainer Victoria McCullough helps women of all fitness levels kick-start sputtering metabolisms through 30- and 45-minute workouts. In spite of her military background, she motivates her students with encouragement rather than intimidation. Victoria augments the fat-burning effects of boot camps with nutritional advice and by teaching workout-at-home routines.
Studio Craze's certified staff mentor students as they balance, bounce, and dance their way through eight types of group fitness classes designed to fortify cores and boost agility. Ball Balance pupils lean and squat against stability balls, bolstering balance and flexibility, and exercisers in Ballet Barre combine the intensity of interval training with muscle-shaping technique, working out by bobbing on mats and ballet barres as they carefully intone French conjunctive verbs. Zumba Fitness merges cardiovascular routines with upbeat Latin and international ear candy, and Zumba Toning adds toning sticks into the equation to aid rapid body sculpting.
Massage Membership Clubs eases tension and relieves pain with[customized therapy services corresponding to the unique needs of each patient. The licensed therapists mold muscles and fold fibers to release everyday stresses, built-up tension, and mischievous trickster spirits from aching body parts. Each patient receives a brief consultation to scrutinize soreness before treating muscular maladies with a tailor-made massage to ease individual ailments.
After spending more than 20 years training civilians and designing workouts for the military, Ira Wenze opened his own 4,000-square-foot fitness center to bring the rapid benefits of boot camp to locals. Registered as an elite trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association, as well as a fitness therapist and performance-nutrition specialist, Wenze designs intense group workouts that offer far more support than exercising next to balloon animals. Fellow certified trainers include D-Bo, a specialist in boxing and mixed martial arts, and Brian Hannah, a former fitness instructor for the Navy. Alongside ever-changing workouts that incorporate weights, medicine balls, kettlebells, and TRX suspension equipment, supportive instructors deliver sound nutritional advice that emphasizes health and energy over dieting. Coaches demonstrate their zeal for progress by taking regular fitness assessments that check in on individual progress, draft new goals, and quiz participants on the metallic properties of free weights.
Restoring balance to the body can be tough—there's no visible set of scales to adjust. However, the staff at Wellness and Weightloss have more than 20 years of experience identifying and treating the symptoms of hormone imbalances. Their hormone-replacement therapies strive to reduce the effects of menopause and andropause, such as hot flashes, insomnia, and weight gain. The team also utilizes hormones in weight-loss plans. These programs help clients to adopt healthier lifestyles through customized consultations, prescribed supplements, and classes on how hormone levels can affect metabolism.