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Formerly a med spa, Soluna MD shifted gears in 2008 to focus more on the “med” aspect of the med spa, eschewing treatments whose job was only to pamper in favor of treatments that produced visible results, such as sclerotherapy, Botox, IPL facials, and chemical peels. But instead of letting its new medical services turn the office into a cold, clinical place, Soluna MD retained much of its med-spa comforts and ambiance. Patients relax atop padded massage beds during such treatments as SolunaSculpt SmartLipo Ultra, which permanently removes fat cells with a combination of ultrasound waves, lasers, and tiny incisions. Before any treatment, patients can grab complimentary coffee and the occasional cake and cookies. They can also take advantage of consultations with cosmetic surgeon John W. Chang to learn more about Soluna MD's services or to discuss the advantages of adding a third ear to the elbow.
501 NW 179th Ave
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US
Board certified in internal medicine, vascular medicine, and phlebology, Dr. Susan Fox has always been on the cutting edge of vein treatment technology. She was the one of the first docs in her area to perform endovenous laser ablation on spider vessels and one of the first in Broward County to offer the efficient ClariVein procedure. Her methods are minimally invasive and have helped tens of thousands of patients find relief from irritating varicose veins.
603 North Flamingo Road
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US
Infinite Life Medical's diverse roster of offerings includes vitamin supplements and weight-loss programs to help dieters whittle down their physiques. They also perform laser-hair removal treatments that reduce reliance on razors, depilatories, and thimble-sized hedge trimmers. Massage therapy services soothe tense muscles, and chiropractic care addresses ills associated with misalignments of the spine.
233 North University Drive
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US
Dr. Charles Goldsmith was a successful OB/GYN. His practice was thriving, but his patients weren't. Each of them was worried about weight loss and attempting their own home-brewed ideas of how to drop those last few pounds. Rather than see his patients rely on misinformation, Dr. Goldsmith, soon to become widely known as Dr. G, created his four-pronged approach to weight loss. Targeting appetite, metabolism, diet, and habits, Dr. G's physician-supervised plan works to not only change people's consumption, but change their lifestyles. From a five-day cleanse that evicts toxins from the body to a physician-supervised program including dietary supplements, Dr. G keeps his clients' systems humming like tuneful supersonic jets. His additional cosmetic services, such as teeth whitening and Revitalash, help to ensure clients' exteriors are as pampered as their interiors.
9801 Pines Blvd.
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US
Lourdes Cano, D.M.D., worked in a prestigious Cuban polyclinic before immigrating to the United States to found Cano Health, a clinic that houses a team of doctors, dentists, optometrists, and chiropractors under one roof. The assorted physicians accept most major insurance plans for [services]http://www.canomed.com/about-cano-health/) ranging from diabetes treatment to biopsies to cosmetic dentistry. Cano Health treats patients six days a week and clients should call ahead to book appointments, as they do when making dinner reservations at fancy restaurants or their grandma?s tiny kitchen table.
680 N University Dr.
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US
The Arch of the Foot: Stay Supportive Replacing or repairing worn-out shoes is one way to protect your arches. Read on to learn why it?s important to take care of your foot bridges. According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, the average person takes between 8,000 and 10,000 steps a day. Over the course of a lifetime, in some estimates, that amounts to four trips around the earth. Each of those roughly 115,000 miles puts immense pressure on the arches of your feet, making it vital to maintain even arch support. Unsupported arches can cause the feet to rotate in or out as you walk, knocking knees and hips out of alignment and putting unnecessary pressure on the shins, thighs, pelvis, and back. Proper arch support keeps the foot's relatively weak muscles from over-extending, preventing fatigue and absorbing the constant shock. When selecting a shoe, arch support should be a chief concern, especially if you have a job that requires standing for hours at a time, such as a waiter or statue. But because arch height varies from person to person and often changes?when you're pregnant, for instance?finding supportive shoes can be difficult. Over-the-counter shoe inserts and custom-made orthotics can help, and skilled cobblers can reshape shoes to add more support or cushioning. On the same note, much of the blame for uneven arches often lies in normal wear and tear, which can be remedied with another cobbling specialty: the addition of new heels or soles.
1791 NW 123rd Ave.
Pembroke Pines,
FL
US
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