Dr. Gordon F. Gibbs and his staff of highly trained medical experts exterminate unsightly spider veins with minimally invasive procedures. The skilled sclerotherapists begin each appointment with a free consultation to answer patients' questions and concerns. Then an initial screening is taken to ensure the vein-banishing treatment will be beneficial. One of the medically trained staffers will inject unwanted veins with a sclerosing solution, which can help the veins shrink and sink unsightly vessels. Over the course of a few weeks, the vein can dissolve or diminish greatly. The treated area will be swaddled in stockings or bandages for two weeks after the treatment. Two treatments may be needed to completely eradicate larger spider veins.
Elite Lab Testing's network of accredited medical reference labs and service centers helps patients take charge of their health and wellness with tests performed at more than 1,700 LabCorp locations across the country. These lab tests—which don't require referrals or doctor visits—cover a lot of ground. For example, with a single blood draw, medical professionals can check for the IgE antibodies that may be causing allergic reactions to insect stings, foods, pollen, mold, and younger siblings. They might spend the rest of the day screening blood-sugar levels, scanning hormone levels and thyroid health, checking for heart attack risks, and lifting the hood on the liver and kidneys. Customers can even order the same tests their health care provider does for routine physicals. Elite Lab Testing also performs drug screens, and offers affordable pricing packages and wellness programs that equip the health-conscious community with useful tools for constructing a healthy lifestyle.
PGA Class-A professional and head of instruction Paul Surniak imparts hard-won golf wisdom accrued through 28 years of teaching experience to help his clients hunt birdies and evade mulligans. The six-time winner of the Colorado Long Drive Championship shares his knowledge through individualized lessons, while also utilizing advanced golf technology to develop consistent muscle memory and improve swing mechanics. During semiprivate lessons, Paul can address any aspect of the golf game, including short game, hitting off the tee, and golf-specific fitness. His video analysis and launch-monitor-assessment techniques also unveil whether players are using clubs that accommodate particular motions. In addition to physical guidance, Paul counsels students on the mental and strategic elements of the game, such as making swing adjustments on the fly and correctly answering the riddles of greenside gnomes.
Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work owner and founder Jeanette Falu-Bishop began her massage-therapy career on U.S. military bases in Germany, where she provided more than 1,000 hours worth of massages for wounded servicemen. In recognition of her dedication and work, Jeanette received a Presidential Volunteer Award in 2006, signed by former president George W. Bush. Today, she and her staff mollify muscular discomfort with soothing therapeutic treatments and relaxing massages in a variety of modalities, including deep-tissue, Swedish, sports, and hot-stone therapy. The team uses refreshing essential oils to complement treatments, which can increase blood flow, improve skin tone, promote joint flexibility, and restore the body's ability to escape awkward situations by melting and seeping under door cracks.
At its locations in Loveland and Denver, Tattoo Must Go's expert technicians erase unwelcome ink with a Q-switched laser, which sends nanosecond pulses of intense light to the treatment area. Patients go through a complimentary consultation before treatment begins, determining the number of sessions necessary depending on ink colors, skin tones, and how many Alfs are in the tattoo. During half-hour treatments, the laser breaks down particles of any color while minimally affecting the skin. A Zimmer Cryo 6 Chiller provides additional comfort during the process, keeping the treated area cool. Patients can return for their next treatment in as few as three weeks.
He may be master of multiple laser systems, but Dr. Robert T. Motazedi is not looking to blow up the moon. Rather, the chief of The Colorado Laser Clinic has set his sights on destroying sun spots, acne, and even tired tattoos with his aesthetic laser treatments. The doctor, along with his certified and trained assistants, has wielded laser power to remove unwanted hair for more than 15 years. For jobs not fit for a laser, the doc calls upon Physician’s Choice chemical peels, sclerotherapy, and doses of Restylane, Sculptra, and Botox.