The staff at Le Mont Sinai Chiropractic and Wellness strives to impart their patients with lifelong health. They do this by treating chronic pain with chiropractic methods and massage. Previously, their treatment methods have quelled the aches of patients suffering from sports injuries, car accidents, work-related injuries, and other medical conditions.
The expert laser technicians at Pines Total Health Center evict unwelcome body fur with the help of noninvasive laser light pulses. Hair-removal treatments begin with an assessment, during which a depilation specialist determines which level of laser light to use based on the client's chosen target areas, the skin's condition, and its taste in pop music. Fuzz fighters looking to deforest small areas, such as upper lips (a $675 value), chins (a $799 value), or underarms (a $900 value), relax as concentrated light beams ease across target areas, safely penetrating skin to target strands at the root.
Under the supervision of a physician, the technicians at Sunrise Laser & Hormone Institute beautify bodies with a variety of noninvasive, high-tech services. They remove hair from virtually any skin type with the Alma Soprano laser, whose cooling mechanism keeps skin surfaces so comfortable that many patients compare the treatment to a hot-stone massage. To reduce sagging skin, the Alma Soprano also uses true laser technology to tighten skin in the arms, neck, face, and stomach. To reduce cellulite and wrinkles caused by attempting to spell kohlrabi, staff members call on the radio frequency and magnetic pulses of non-invasive systems. Their service menu also includes laser body-slimming treatments and bioidentical hormone-replacement therapy, along with body contouring, chemical peels, and facials.
Licensed chiropractor Joe Masterson puts his patients on a pain-relief schedule: alleviate symptoms, rehabilitate the body, and, finally, maintain good health. His holistic approach addresses maladies from whiplash to herniated disks as well as general soreness in the joints, neck, and back. And, though he does rely on adjustments to realign vertebrae, they aren't the only tools in his treatment arsenal. He also employs ultrasound and electrical therapies to soothe sore muscles. Massage and therapeutic exercise round out prescriptions for many of his clients.
Dr. Michael Surdis and Dr. Andrew Cherry use their combined 40 years of experience to solve a slew of health-related problems, including sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, and arthritis. Dr. Cherry routinely attends advanced seminars on the latest spinal-correction techniques and pediatric techniques to help patients both young and old. Outside of the office, Dr. Surdis dispenses his chiropractic skills to school athletic teams, and teaches local businesses and police departments about health-related issues.
Doctor of Chiropractic Marc Weinberg believes that the only way to truly treat patients and alleviate their weight-loss and chiropractic woes is to get to know them. That’s why the 20-year veteran encourages every visitor to his office to speak with him in a one-on-one assessment, during which they fill out a comprehensive questionnaire and discuss their history, goals, and favorite medical-textbook publishers.
Dr. Weinberg also believes that health problems are often best solved with natural treatments and aids. So he realigns skewed vertebrae and adjusts spines to alleviate discomfort or other bodily maladies without invasive treatments. He also supervises weight-loss programs so that patients can learn how to lose weight without surgery, and combines the programs with natural body wraps and multiple pats on the back.