Charlene Larsen specializes in the beautification of nails. At The Mane Event Salon and Spa, she uses gel polish to coats nails with natural color. She also applies artificial nails, delicately affixing each one so they look authentic. While working on nails, she adds massage and skin-softening treatments, extra touches that prompted happy clients to tell her she has magic hands.
Minimally Invasive Specialists' MD-brandishing professionals swiftly annihilate uninvited spider veins from bodily dwellings with quick, thorough, and future-friendly treatments. A consultation with a physician answers any lingering questions concerning veins or why most insurance plans don't cover appendix transplants. Next, the Minimally Invasive team injects a solution into the offending blood roads that effectively collapses them and fades them away like the colors on an improperly laundered cat. Your epidermis expert may use a vein light during the process to track down particularly stealthy veins. The process takes about 30 minutes, but total diminishment of subcutaneous cobwebs may take more than one treatment.
Nuance Salon & Spa?s technicians indulge clients in hair, skin, and massage treatments, evoking a symphony of relaxing sighs in an atmosphere of orchestrated bliss. Facial treatments reveal younger and healthier appearances using the latest in anti-aging micro current and LED light technology, and mani-pedis leave fingertips and toenails decorated in the client?s choice of polish, gel enhancements, or an intricate nail design, from colorful geometric shapes to logos representing their favorite fashion labels. Hands can also be pampered with 10-minute sessions of LED photopulsation spa treatments, which release painless LED wavelengths into the skin for softer, smoother hands that can finally ditch the bedazzled white gloves left on from the 80s.
Since forming in 1988, Oregon Medical Group has expanded into a team of more than 100 physicians ranging from pediatricians to specialists in orthopedics, dermatology, and neurology. Though the group is distributed among 13 clinics in Eugene and Springfield, all its physicians remain united by the goal of supplying patients with primary care and numerous specialties and services. The group also continues its healing practices outside of regular business hours at its after-hours clinic intended for patients with urgent medical concerns.
Weight loss can be a challenge in many people's lives—including that of Dr. Eric Spencer. After shedding 40 of his own unwanted pounds, he founded Monarch Medical Weight Loss with a team of fellow doctors and now serves as chief medical advisor of the nonsurgical clinic system. Many of the practitioners and staffers have triumphed at their own slimming efforts, serving as both inspiration and role models to their patients. The diet programs at Monarch Medical Weight Loss range from quick jump-start plans to full, lifelong memberships, all incorporating healthy, educated eating and sensible behavior modification. Pound-dropping success stories can be found on the website, as told by firefighters, grandmothers, couples, and retired dumbbells.