Dr. Daniel T. Rowan helps professional athletes play better. He and his bilingual staff have formed a partnership with Reno-based MLB- and NBA-affiliated teams. They sharpen players' hitting and passing skills with ocular testing and frames, contact lenses, or Lasik surgery.
Kwong Dental Care's Dr. Cyrus D Kwong, who also teaches at the Milan Institute for Dental Assisting, believes that each person requires a custom approach to dentistry, and tailors treatments to create services based on lifestyle and budget. An emphasis on customization is one of the reasons he uses CEREC—technology that proffers digitally rendered restorations while enabling him to gain accurate color matches for teeth repairs, which he then custom stains in various shades, such as white, ivory, or eggshell with a hint of snow.:
Dr. Tyson Lebedoff D.M.D. knows that a dazzling smile can brighten anyone's day, and that's why he takes a meticulous approach to working on clients' pearly whites. Having graduated from UNLV’s dental school cum laude, Dr. Lebedoff works in Dr. Tjoa’s practice and provides a range of dental services, including routine checkups, root canals, extractions, fillings, crowns, veneers, and bridges.
Aesthetician Joyce Sigua Pontillas combats signs of aging using her own line of skincare products in tandem with advanced technologies. With radiofrequency and LED lights, she helps brighten complexions and stimulate collagen production. Thirty-minute express facials cleanse and tighten skin, and treatments designed specifically for teens combat blemishes and hormonal breakouts.
At Performance Training, staff members lead clients through well-rounded workouts that build strength, speed, and agility. Personal-training sessions give exercisers one-on-one guidance as they lift or sprint, and diet-and-nutrition analysis helps keep weight-loss efforts on track.
The founder of Baby Boot Camp Sparks, Kristen Horler, is a nationally certified fitness instructor whose experience honing pre- and postpartum physiques earned her a spot on ePregnancy magazine's expert panel. Strollfit classes blend cardio drills with a dash of Pilates and yoga and a two-person helping of abdominal exercise to help hasten weight loss. Resistance tubes, strollers, and bundles of joy act as strength-training accouterments, helping mothers develop swift reflexes for dodging spit-up and premature lines of questioning from babies about the origins of peanut butter. Mothers shed calories while shaping up and mingling with their children, as well as meeting other moms. For maternal ovens still baking buns, the class helps strengthen muscles in preparation for labor. Fitness regimens follow guidelines set by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and are safe for life givers of all fitness levels.