A quarter of the bones in the human skeleton reside in the feet, and the doctors at Midwest Podiatry Centers tend to all of them to improve overall wellness and help patients to get back to walking the average 7,000 steps per day. They treat injuries, nail problems, and skin infections as well as diabetic and geriatric conditions to make walking and moonwalking as painless as possible. The clinic's lasers target fungus and warts that may be hiding on nails or soles, as well as unwanted hair and unsightly spider veins.
The staff at Guava Healthcare understands that certain conditions can make it difficult for some people to get to hospitals or doctor’s offices. With this in mind, doctors, registered nurses, and other specialists dispatch themselves to homes, providing health-care services that treat more than 12 types of disorders as well as specialized pediatric and personal assistance.
Founded in 1992 by David Perlow, MD, Any Lab Test Now's ultimate goal is to provide customers with accessible medical information-in the form of thousands of available lab tests. Without the need for an appointment or doctor's referral, clients can walk in for bloodwork, wellness screenings, or genetic or DNA testing to determine family relationships and whether or not somebody stole someone else's nose. The clinic can also help fine-tune nutrition or weight-loss plans with allergy testing or lipotropic mega doses of vitamins.
Dr. Allen Van Beek, a board-certified plastic surgeon, has more than three decades of experience performing cosmetic and reconstructive plastic-surgery procedures. The medical director of Plastic Surgery Specialists understands that the quest for beauty is an ongoing one and works closely with each patient to correct physical flaws. His right-hand woman—Kristina Whitlock—is a certified medical licensed aesthetician. She assists in performing non-medical procedures like microdermabrasion and chemical treatments plus a selection of IPL laser treatments that help reduce unwanted hair and diminish the appearance of sun damage.
Hair is as unique as a fingerprint. That’s the motto Dr. Robert Reese lives and works by at his office, Reese Hair Restoration. Before even discussing treatment options, a staff member inspects strands for four properties: caliber, curl, color contrast, and hair-loss patterns. Once scalps are thoroughly inspected and powdered wigs tossed aside, a technician maps out the best treatment plan, ranging from surgical solutions to dietary changes. A technician uses low-level laser therapy to stimulate follicles, transplants hair with microscopic precision, or prescribes herbal remedies or the FDA-approved drug Propecia to promote better growth.