Dr. Kanumilli is a board-certified family doctor, but her certification in medical acupuncture and knowledge of aesthetic services allows her to sprinkle her practice with unique specialties. In addition to general internal medicine, she guides patients through weight-loss programs and prescribes medicine to ease narcotics withdrawal. She also wields lasers to jettison acne and stubborn curves, and inserts acupuncture needles into skin or overly tense pin cushions to relieve chronic pain.
As a Doctor of Osteopathy, Andrea Perez believes that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That is why she takes the time to educate her patients about proper nutrition, relevant health screenings, and recommended vaccines, such as immunizations against pneumonia, shingles, or cooties A and B. She embraces conventional and natural medical approaches alike, choosing the optimal medley of therapies for each individual patient. Her training as a primary care and family physician has readied her to treat a wide range of ailments and conditions, from diabetes and high blood pressure to cuts and sprained ankles.
Within an open and roomy space, Bella Spa and Nails’ brigade of experienced stylists and technicians ply their trade at hair and nail stations. Staff also pamper patrons with facials that abate the visibility of aging, massages that erase muscle memories of pushing cars uphill, and body waxing that lessens air resistance when pushing cars uphill. At the front of the store, glass shelving showcases blue, red, green, yellow, brown, and white bottles of styling products used to create custom hairdos and teach fashion-sensitive toddlers their colors.
A rolling good time for bowlers of all ages and abilities, Rockville Centre Lanes is the ideal spot for families, parties, competitive bowlers, and even business outings. A number of bowling leagues cater to parent-child teams, or competitive adult teams that vie for prizes. Bowlers can celebrate a birthday with a cosmic bowling party on Friday night, which includes a party host, invitations, and horoscopes written on every paper plate. In the summer, groups can even rent a portable lane to host outdoor bowling soir?es.
Dr. Olga Zilberstein, a board-certified physician, partners her medical expertise with extensive training in aesthetics. At her eponymous practice?a much slower-paced environment than the emergency room where she works as a clinical assistant professor?she puts her certification from the American Academy of Dermatology to work with a handful of aesthetic procedures. She administers skin-smoothing Botox injections, exfoliating chemical peels, and sclerotherapy, a treatment that softens the appearance of spider veins. Dr. Zilberstein continually updates her aesthetic education so she can provide her clients with the most modern and effective treatments.
Inside Bright Medical & Aesthetic Clinic, board-certified physician Khaled Osman calls on years of medical training to keep skin looking young and healthy. A variety of chemical peels and facials slough off dull layers of dead skin, revealing a fresh, new layer, much like resurfacing a home's floor to reveal its original Twister board. Additionally, Dr. Osman harnesses laser technology to remove unwanted body hair and irons out facial wrinkles with tailored injections of Botox. Bodies benefit from cellulite-banishing treatments and a range of muscle-melting massages.