The dental teams at Penn Premier Dental and Plymouth Meeting Family Dental maintain and beautify grins from their locations in Exton and Plymouth Meeting, respectively. Together, their offices treat southeastern Pennsylvania residents with a full range of dental services, from general and family dentistry to restorative and cosmetic treatments.
At Penn Premier Dental, Dr. Faith Madden devotes herself to patient comfort and compassion. She understands the anxieties often associated with visiting the dentist and works to assuage those fears by keeping herself up-to-date on the latest minimally invasive techniques. She uses laser dentistry to recontour gums while reducing the bleeding and recovery time of blades, and practices sedation dentistry to set patients at ease via nitrous oxide or oral sedation, which usually entails a pill or a soothing recitation of the Articles of Confederation.
The duo of dentists at Plymouth Meeting Family Dental, Drs. Robert H. Koffler and Richard H. Nagelberg, share the same devotion to patient comfort as Dr. Madden. While they are primarily focused on staving off problems before they occur, they skillfully treat any issues that do arise by filling cavities with natural-colored fillings or replacing missing teeth with realistic permanent implants.
Dr. James Stein D.C. of PA Allergy Relief Laser Center has experienced firsthand the emotional stress of tending to a daughter who was diagnosed with a severe nut allergy as well as egg, pet, and pollen allergies. But, through the use of the ASA Laser Allergy Relief System, his daughter can now enjoy foods and seasonal air that once caused her discomfort. Dr. Stein and his team of technicians use the same method in their office as they minimize the effects of aggravating allergies, from pet dander and pollen to dairy and digestive disorders, sans needles or drugs. The biofeedback sensors painlessly assess the organs and endocrine system as it seeks out allergy triggers. The system then reconditions the immune system with harmonic frequencies, teaching it to reduce inflammation by standing up to aggravating allergens and back-talking lactose.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kimberly Woudsma understands that the best healing treatments should be less traumatic than the problems they’re intended to cure. With that in mind, she studied Atlas Orthogonal, a crack-less spinal adjustment method, at the side of its inventor, Dr. Roy Sweat. Now, she is the only chiropractor in the area to be board certified in this gentle technique, which uses a ProAdjuster wand to deliver mechanical pulses to the body while simultaneously taking computerized readings that monitor patients’ mobility and number of remaining extra lives. In addition to tending to patients, Dr. Woudsma finds time for professional improvement, regularly attending continuing education events to bolster her knowledge of physiotherapy, nutrition, and preventative healthcare.
The mission to motivate others doesn't stop at Aim High Studio's name. Whether leading sweaty cyclists through a virtual Grand Canyon, stretching limbs in a heated yoga studio, or strengthening hugs with TRX bands, the instructors always strive to help each student meet his or her individual goals. To accomplish this, they maintain small class sizes and offer one-on-one and small-group personal-training sessions. They encourage students to modify their workouts and blend their methods??some classes even combine spinning and yoga. The staff also encourages its guests to meet their fitness goals by assuming a holistic approach via bodywork. Deep-tissue and trigger-point massage therapy joins Thai-yoga bodywork and nutrition counseling on the docket of comprehensive mind and body care.
Marlene J. Mash, M.D. and her staff know that while beauty may only be skin deep, confidence isn’t. The doctor has spent 20 years performing medical and cosmetic procedures that build her clientele’s self-confidence, ranging from intense pulsed light treatments to eyelid lifts and chemical peels. Regardless of the treatment, the doctor consults with every client to help them decide which, if any, course of action may be taken. Her treatments often continue outside of the office, with skincare products that the doctor prescribes or recommends.
Board-certified Doctors of Chiropractic Tony and Matt Berardi studied an array of therapeutic techniques at New York Chiropractic College. At Chiropractic Wellness Associates, they put them into practice. Their services, which include flexion-distraction adjustments, deep-tissue massages, and myofascial release, are designed to alleviate pain from dislodged discs and disorders such as fibromyalgia. To help care for their patients' overall wellness, they also offer nutrition-counseling sessions that teach patients the difference between healthful foods and Heath-bar foods.