Licensed doctors Tim Erickson, Lori Portnoy, and Eric Eickhorst eschew needle-based acupuncture, instead easing myriad ailments with gentle electrical stimulation, fingertip pressure, and metallic balls. After a consultation to determine the appropriate treatment itinerary, patients receive full spine x-rays and an exam. Next, a brief relief treatment stretches spines to help reduce muscle spasms and aches while preparing patients for International Crabwalk to Work Day. The acupuncture treatment usually lasts fewer than two minutes and helps to attack causes of corporeal discomfort, such as ulcers, abnormal blood pressure, and headaches.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael J. Duffy—who received his plastics and reconstructive training at the Mayo Clinic—and his experienced team revitalize guests with surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic services at the Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery Center. Dr. Duffy draws from his 20 years of experience to perform reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries such as face-lifts, liposuction, and breast augmentation. He also noninvasively beautifies faces by topping them with chemical peels, injecting them with Botox, and glazing them with a fresh coat of paint.
Midwest Beautiful Image’s team of skin therapists specializes in fostering youthful appearances with noninvasive technology. Their menu of services ranges from microdermabrasion treatments and custom facials to Beautiful Image microcurrent treatments, which aestheticians perform to help firm the skin, tightening the face over the course of about 10 treatments. Unlike traditional surgery or nontraditional shrink-wrap tuxedos, these procedures cause no discomfort.
The Wellness Center brandishes a glass-enclosed pool, a well-stocked cardio center, and a slew of interactive, sneakers-on classes. Fit gatherings take place seven days a week, with more than 100 complimentary selections, including Zumba, flexibility, boot camp, and classes oriented around underwater sandcastle smashing. Specialty classes accommodate serious sports enthusiasts, seniors, and exercise aficionados with physical limitations, and aqua-fitness sessions take full advantage of the 25-yard glass-enclosed pool. A free goal evaluation—available to all members—guides muscle-mongers toward healthy targets.
The foot is an intricate part of the body—composed of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles—and the sole focus of Warheit Podiatry. Across two locations, Dr. Michael H. Warheit uses advanced diagnostic technology as well as laser and surgical treatments to help his clients stand, walk, and run without discomfort. Treated conditions range from ingrown toenails to arch pain, with many treatments allowing patients to return to work the next day. When not tending to feet at Warheit Podiatry, Dr. Warheit volunteers his time educating patients on diabetic foot care at several retirement homes.
At Restore Wellness Centers, it's all about integration. Believing that in order to be healthy, you must treat the entire body as a whole, the doctors at the chiropractic and physical therapy center strive to find the root of the problem, instead of treating its symptoms. Clients come in to have migraines, chronic pain, injuries, and illnesses treated with treatments ranging from chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture to laser therapy, massage services, and physical therapy.