Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group is a professionally packed team of well-being warriors including experienced estheticians and physicians on the medical staff at Northwestern Memorial Hospital as well as faculty at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Seven different physicians collaborate with two clinical estheticians to create dullness-quashing skin regimes. The 30-minute, physician-supervised treatment begins with a Clarisonic cleanse, which uses sonic frequency to eliminate surface dirt and oil to prep for better product absorption. Next, your esthetician will match you with a topical treatment serum selected from an arsenal of cosmetic crime-fighting agents that address a variety of skin concerns, including oiliness, dryness, and redness. The SilkPeel system employs a mug-snuggling closed-loop vacuum to infuse the face with serum benefits, evening tone and texture without the use of crystals, other abrasive particles, or driveway gravel. Each complexion-perfecting session ends with a calming treatment mask, moisturizer, and sunscreen, leaving patients with light-reflective skin that sends damaging rays bouncing away in shame.
First Aid Clinic's medical professionals tend to all manner of health concerns, from regular family checkups to walk-in patients with questions about sudden symptoms. But their specialty is hormone therapy, which helps individuals counteract medicine-related deficiencies or guard against health issues brought on by age. Additionally, those looking to make cosmetic enhancements can turn to the clinic for procedures such as Botox and Juvederm injections that smooth away wrinkles. Likewise, ultrasonic fat loss helps patrons jumpstart serious weight loss plans by augmenting the effects of exercise and diet change.
The newly-opened Northwest Medical and Urgent Care Center pairs knowledgeable medical professionals with modern care equipment to serve a variety of patient needs. The facility houses not only medical and urgent care facilities, but also an onsite pharmacy, rehabilitation area, diagnostics lab, plastic surgery office, and sleep center. As doctors diagnose ailments and injuries, staff members fluent in Spanish, Polish, Serbian, Arabic, and Russian translate patient concerns to professionals and medical directions to patients, saving everyone the trouble of communicating via charades.
With a background in both cosmetic and medical procedures, Dr. Florian Miranzadeh has a seemingly endless resume?he's been an attending ER physician, nutritional consultant, and adjunct professor at Midwestern University Medical School. He's also the current Chief of Osteopathic Medicine at Illinois Masonic Hospital. Adding to his list of accomplishments is his position as a medical director for iBeauty Clinic, where he helps clients shed unwanted body hair through laser treatments.
Jameka Williams-Muhammad fine-tuned her skills in the physical therapy master’s program at the University of Tennessee. There, under the tutelage of highly experienced teachers, she mastered the intricacies of techniques such as myofascial release, deep-tissue massage, and how to fit a 7-foot party sub into a fanny pack. She also has extensive experience working in out-patient rehab, and boasts expertise as both a personal trainer and Pilates instructor.