Deciding you need to lose weight is easy, but then you have to actually do it. So you think, well I'll obviously just exercise a lot and eat a few more salads, and that will be that. Yet for many people, it's not that simple. They might exercise for a while and then hit a plateau or grow bored eating the same healthy meal for weeks on end.
So Soffer Health Institute provides customizable weight-loss programs that utilize everything from weight-loss medication and supplements to nutrition plans and education. The physician-created weight-loss programs take into account a client's lifestyle, goals, and innate distrust of measurements outside the metric system. They also rely on medical testing to ensure clients lose weight in a healthy way. Throughout the entire process, Soffer Health's physicians and nurses offer one-on-one support and guidance to help you achieve your weight-loss goals. In addition to the weight loss division, Soffer Health offers multiple specialized departments, a staff of board-certified cardiovascular physicians, board-certified vascular surgeons, and primary care physicians, who work as a team to offer patients comprehensive quality medical care.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Barry Resnik has a number of outlets for his talents: he serves as the team dermatologist for the Florida Marlins; he volunteers at the Open Door Health Center, which offers affordable healthcare; and, at the Resnik Skin Institute, he practices dermatology and dermatologic surgery for adults, kids, and snakes who can't shed because they slithered through crazy glue.
Dr. Resnik's skincare ambitions are vast, covering everything from medical concerns such as psoriasis and alopecia to cosmetic desires and skin conditions such as scar management and moles. Ever tech-savvy, the doctor's staff mans lasers to nix unwanted stretch marks and sun spots, and they also summon a Naturalipo liposuction machine, a skin-lightening system, and a stock of dermal fillers to do their bidding.
All plastic surgeons work to achieve their clients’ aesthetic goals. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein, however, goes one step further. He combines surgical and nonsurgical procedures with a unique holistic approach to promote his patients' overall wellness just as much as their exterior appearance. Whether preparing to perform liposuction, a Botox injection, or laser skin resurfacing, he and his team start with a consultation, ensuring the process is outlined and any questions have been answered. Additional thoughtful touches, such as complimentary meetings with nutritionists, help patients continue their transformations after they’ve left the clinic. When procedures are finished, the staff minimizes recovery time with herbal supplements and written prescriptions for chicken noodle soup.
A nurse registry dedicated to providing the highest quality of home health care at a a reasonable cost. All long term care policies accepted as well as credit cards.
All caregivers are screened with a Level 2 background clearance, health check for communicable diseases, all certifications,and references verified.
Endorsed by Dr. Oz and ESPN, cryotherapy helps athletes hit peak performance levels by providing pain relief, increased energy, and quicker recovery times. It also has numerous health and beauty benefits for nonathletes. At ICE Cryotherapy, customers can choose between two treatments: full body or localized. For the full-body treatment, customers step into the cryosauna—a cushioned booth that resembles a standup tanning bed—where they are blasted with cold air that cools the skin temperature to -1° C for three minutes. Localized treatments use the same technology to target specific areas of pain or swelling. Cryotherapy can help reduce cellulite, improve circulation, and assist in weight management.
Dr. Adam Gropper has devoted his career to helping patients suffering from artery and vein disorders?to date, he's performed more than 1,000 vascular procedures. As the owner of North Beach Vascular & Aesthetics, the board-certified radiologist treats varicose and spider veins with minimally invasive techniques such as ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy and Veinwave treatments. In addition to treating veins, Dr. Gropper and his staff schedule traditional med-spa treatments such as Botox injections, facials, and laser hair removal, which is great for removing the hair that gets stuck to you after a haircut.