Dr. Thomas W. Clark leaves no stone unturned as he guides patients on the path toward weight loss. The published author and his team at Dr. Clark’s Center for Weight Loss Success explore a variety of surgical and nonsurgical options, searching for the right fit for each client. Dr. Clark is certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Bariatric Medicine as a bariatric physician, and has performed more than 3,500 weight-loss surgeries since 1994. He has assembled an experienced staff—including a former second lieutenant in the Air Force with a bachelor of science in nursing, four certified personal trainers, and nutritional coaches—to help patients achieve their goals.
In addition to offering several types of surgery, the doctor has designed a medically supervised weight-loss program that includes lab work, an eating plan, group fitness classes, and personal training. As part of his signature Weight Management University curriculum of on-location and online classes, Dr. Clark and his weight-loss clinicians perform 14 individual counseling sessions to promote progress, communicating with clients in person or via telephone, Skype, or two tin cans connected by a taut string.
A naturopathic doctor (ND), certified nutritionist (CN), and certified natural health professional, founder of The Nutrition and Wellness Center, Julie Mitchell tailors individual wellness programs to address clients' specific needs. Relying on natural health enhancers such as gentle colon hydrotherapy, infrared therapy saunas, and nutritional coaching, Julie leads people to healthier habits and wards off encroaching threats to wellness, unlike the questionable medical advice of Mayor McCheese.
At Beach Weight Loss, technicians provide a suite of services designed to help clients trim inches and gain confidence. Wellness coaches offer one-on-one encouragement during weight-loss programs, providing plans and any necessary protein supplements and vitamins. An exercise room houses vibration machines to burn calories and elliptical trainers to boost metabolism and stage stationary races. More advanced treatments include LipoLaser and Yolo Curve sessions, which use low-level laser light to penetrate and flatten fat cells. Sauna visits and body wraps augment appointments with soothing, inch-trimming heat.
The team at Universal Weight Loss and Wellness Center utilizes a medical approach to help patients lose weight, relying on Dr. Sheri Emma's system of HCG injections and dieting that was featured on the Dr. Oz show. Individually customized for each client, treatments are designed to help clients shed pounds fast without losing much muscle. In addition to prescribing pharmaceutical grade HCG for that program, the physician can also aid dieters with weight-loss programs based around B12 or other options.
The staff at Beach Lazer and its sister businesses—Agape Chiropractic Clinic and Touch of Bliss Massage—work with patrons to help them look and feel great. Their services, such as Zerona non-invasive body contouring or vibration therapy, can prep clients to feel beach-ready, and medical weight-loss plans can improve their overall health while trimming waist-lines.
Serving all subspecies of fitness nut, from moderate enthusiast to Shake Weight prophet, Body Mechanix is home to a certified, passionate staff and more than two dozen weekly sweat-and-grunt-powered fitness classes. Today’s deal lets you choose any 8 sessions from 11 separate classes that tone bodies of all shapes, ages, and Bill Nye the Science Guy–tattoo preferences. Classes include Core Pilates, a 60-minute session that promotes strength and flexibility, and Silver Sneakers, a 45-minute cardio-heavy course for exercisers 64 and older. Most classes last 45–60 minutes, except for the abs workout, which takes only 15 minutes to start fashioning prominent abdominal muscles just in time for pleather swimsuit season. Check the website for an up-to-date course schedule.