As self-described personal assistants to weight management, the team at Da Vinci Beauty & Wellness Center combines healthy behaviors with European body-contouring technology to help clients achieve—and maintain—their desired physique. Known as Eximia, the clinic’s primary slimming tool combines suction, pressure, and vibration into one enjoyable experience designed to elevate metabolic activity as it tones and drains deep tissues. And though its claim to fame is slimming and shaping, Da Vinci also offers treatments for the neck up, including a noninvasive face-lift package, complete with microdermabrasion and endomassage.
At Global Podiatry, Dr. Losyev and his staff treat issues ranging from sprained ankles to fungal growth with a range of services. The PinPointe laser system uses beams of light to eradicate fungi, bacteria, and stains from toenails and nail beds. Treatments for bunions, athlete's foot, and ingrown toenails restore extremities to mint condition before they are immortalized by stints as foot models or an inability to read ?wet cement? signs.
Adelina Samuels has been on an altruistic mission ever since she graduated from St. Johns University. For more than two decades, the speech therapist has treated children and adults suffering from communication and feeding disorders. She continues these efforts at Little Steps, where she uses multiple therapies to address specific issues such as stuttering.
To the board-certified physicians at Ani Orthopaedic Group, injuries are like snowflakes: each one is unique. Based on this understanding, they alleviate patients’ bone, muscle and joint maladies with custom treatments. These range from hip and knee replacements to less invasive options, such as acupuncture and sports medicine.
Signature Service: Minimally invasive vein treatments
Brands Used: Electrocoagulation (VeinGogh) that close blood vessels
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
According to Vein Medic, an estimated one in four people suffer from some form of leg-vein disorder during their lives. These varicose and spider veins can be painful, and even if they aren't, they can make people feel uncomfortable with their appearance. So Vein Medic's physicians, including board-certified Dr. Michael Kassouf, who has been eradicating unwanted veins for more than 25 years, fight them with a variety of treatments.
Two of the most popular treatments include sclerotherapy and endovenus laser therapy. During sclerotherapy treatments, doctors inject the unwanted veins with an FDA-approved sclerosing solution, which causes the veins to collapse, die, and eventually fade from view. Endovenus laser treatments also collapse veins, though they require a laser fiber to be inserted into the vein. Both minimally invasive treatments can help patients feel more confident walking around in public in shorts, dresses, and figure-skating costumes in a few weeks.
As founders and directors of Old Bridge Spine and Wellness, Dr. Peter Bufano and Dr. Arlene Kazio restore their patients' health through pain management and chiropractic care. Massage or physical-therapy sessions relieve pain in the back or neck caused by sports injuries, car accidents, or accidentally driving into the bleachers. Certified massage therapists tailor the sessions to the needs and ailments of each patient.