Board certified Podiatric Physician and Surgeon Dr. Barry Nemrow has been practicing in his Novato location for 28 years and has extensive training and experience using lasers for toenail fungus treatment. During appointments, the veteran podiatrist uses the latest laser technology to remove fungus from toes. Dr. Nemrow is passionate about foot health and is dedicated to providing complete podiatry services for all foot and ankle problems in the most comfortable setting possible. He also provides his clients with wellness advice, suggesting exercises and stretches that improve a foot's health.
Before founding The Altschuler Center for Weight Loss & Wellness, Dr. Gail Altschuler had her own struggles with the bathroom scale. Not only was she able to lose 50 pounds but she kept the weight off and wanted to share her newfound confidence and insight with others.
Today, Dr. Altschuler addresses the root of chronic illness by helping patients lead healthier lives. She helps people decrease their BMIs and fight obesity with physician-supervised diet plans, appetite suppressants, and Lap-Band maintenance. Those who are looking to trim a stubborn area can opt for Lipotron, which sculpts bodies with radio frequencies rather than invasive surgery or sticky clay.
Although he's a licensed chiropractor and a certified Professional Applied Kinesiologist, Dr. Ilya Skolnikoff is most notable for his love of geometry—in particular, triangles. It's this shape that guides his signature services at Triad of Health Family Healing Center, where he treats each patient on a physical, nutritional, and emotional level. Whether he's devising herbal remedies, fine-tuning nutrition plans, or engaging in bodywork including spinal adjustments and acupressure, Dr. Skolnikoff is always on the lookout for the root causes of symptoms. His hunts often prove successful; his treatments may offer relief from ailments as diverse as chronic pain, allergies, and insomnia.
With an expansive menu of services, Eden Day Spa refreshes bodies from head to toe using the latest techniques and quality products. Countenance caretakers rinse away dermal imperfections with a variety of facials, including the personalized European facial ($85) and a gentlemen's facial ($105) that deep cleanses, soothes razor burn, and paints on a dapper moustache. Relieving tense tendons, various massages—such as a soothing hot-stone massage ($105 for 60 minutes)—help bodies and their owners relax and forget about the impending woodchuck uprising. Eden Day Spa also offers makeup applications, body scrubs and bronzing treatments, and hair-removal services. Those seeking greater frontal fortitude can invigorate faces with a Dermio Oxygen Therapy treatment and facial, which rejuvenates the visage, neck, and décolletage, helping to facilitate collagen production and providing an oxygenated breath of fresh air throughout the entire body. Inspired by the style of ancient Turkish bathhouses, Eden Day Spa gives guests a sensory sanctuary complete with Mediterranean art and social quarters for chatting up Ottoman artisans.
The skilled technicians at Maya's Massage Therapy and Willowbend Natural Medicine take a holistic approach to evicting stress from the body and mind. Backs melt under the soothing hands of massage therapist Maya Nicholls, who specializes in releasing chronic tension from musculature. Light Swedish strokes send clients drifting off to the clouds, and deep-tissue manipulations delve far beneath the body's surface to suss out secret stress colonies. Maya customizes each treatment to counteract individual ailments or work around the fact that a client is handcuffed to a hang glider, and she accents muscle maneuverings with a splash of therapeutic-grade essential oils that augment the healing process and produce aromatic scents.
The spa's private treatment rooms put guests at ease, with subtle décor and soft lighting that evokes the comforts of home. But it's the spa’s soothing treatments that really make a difference in clients’ wellbeing. Reflexologists aim to eviscerate tension by honing in on specific pressure points in the hands and feet. When the back needs attention, massage therapists use Swedish and deep-tissue massages to gently knudge knots into loosening.