At Alternative Health Oasis, colon hydro-therapist Kate Dixon helps patients flush compacted intestinal wastes during the colon hydrotherapy cleansing, a gentle process that aids bodies in the detoxification process. Dixon guides clients through the approximately 40-minute session, where up to 15 gallons of warm, triple-purified water gently irrigate the colon via a small rectal tube. The natural gravity system—a less invasive and gentler treatment than closed, pressurized colon cleansing—steadily cycles water through the lower intestine, helping break up and expel accumulated wastes. Dixon believes 70%–80% of the body's immune function lies in the colon, which easily becomes compromised by today's hectic lifestyles filled with devitalized foods that tax and clog the digestive system. Accumulated toxins may stress the liver, kidneys, skin, and large intestine, or enter the lymph system and blood, which can lead to disease. Cleansing intestinal infiltrators may help the colon absorb nutrients as well as fend off harmful microorganisms and reduce bodily inflammation.
Dr. Mary Beth Luca’s skincare expertise has led to a career path that meanders between the clinical and academic worlds of dermatology. Though formerly an assistant professor of dermatology at The Ohio State University, the board-certified dermatologist now dedicates her full attention to patients at Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery of Dublin, where she and her trained aestheticians help to keep skin healthy and youthful.
The dermatology practice—which specializes in treatments for malignant melanoma, skin-cancer surveillance, and connective-tissue diseases—carries the equipment necessary for advanced skincare treatments that target health and aesthetic concerns. Among these advanced products and devices are the body-slimming CoolSculpting system and skin-rejuvenating products from Obagi, Jane Iredale, and Clarisonic. Dr. Luca and her team also cleanse complexions with exfoliating microdermabrasion treatments that uproot spying devices implanted in pores.
The mission of Universal Vein Clinics is a simple one: be the premier vein-treatment center in Ohio. The staff, led by Dr. Gabriel Krenitsky, Dr. Anthony Smith, and Dr. Danielle Williams, works to achieve this goal by combining advanced technology with their experience, skills, and dedication. Laser and injection-based treatments dispatch visible veins more easily and efficiently than stuffing your gams into a pair of hollowed-out mannequin legs.
Artemis instills youthfulness with an unlikely blend of artistry and science. Under the same roof, a team of board-certified physicians works alongside aestheticians trained in Chicago, Miami, and LA to rejuvenate patients from the inside and out. Milking convenient medical connections, the spa staff makes use of prescription-strength elixirs to smooth and clarify skin. The doctors flaunt their technical skill with vein-removing lasers, non- and minimally-invasive liposuction alternatives, Botox injections, and championship tournaments of Operation.