The team of certified doctors, physician assistants, and licensed aestheticians at Metropolitan Dermatology works to uphold the integrity of each client’s skin with surgical and non-surgical treatments. Dermatology experts treat a variety of skin maladies, ranging from acne and psoriasis to rosacea, skin cancer, and warts. The doctors perform surgeries such as mole excision and scar revision, with specialized care available for infants and children. The staff can also use non-surgical methods such as laser hair removal, chemical peels, Botox, and The Pristine diamond peel system to ward off signs of aging such as wrinkles, drooping skin, or sudden fascination with hard candies.
Dr. Brandon A. Macy learned that the toe bone's connected to the heel bone at Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, and today he tends to the foot-related needs of his patients at Clark Podiatry Center. After a close inspection, he devises a comprehensive strategy to compensate for problems stemming from ill-fitting shoes, acute injuries, or chronic conditions, such as arthritis or diabetes. Dr. Macy's diverse repertoire of treatments includes noninvasive laser therapies that require no downtime, orthotics to repair stilted gaits, and wing installations for upcoming races with Hermes.
Dr. John Zarcone, a board-certified physician, lessens the aesthetic evidence of aging using FDA-approved Botox injections. After consulting with patients about their desired outcomes, the doctor will administer appropriate amounts of the wrinkle-ousting substance. The formula blocks nerve impulses and allows muscles to relax, rendering a brow as smooth as a freshly zambonied bowling lane. Results may take a few days to completely develop, and can last up to four months. The procedure, which can take as little as 10 minutes, may cause mild discomfort similar to snuggling with a pet porcupine.
Licensed by the state of New York and certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Jonathan Leung helps heal a wide array of infirmities through physical therapy, acupuncture, and a variety of injections aimed at relieving several types of pain. The expertise he has gleaned as a practitioner and then a clinical instructor at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan accompanies the doctor to each patient interaction. Dr. Leung opened the Staten Island Pain & Rehabilitation Medicine P.C. office, inside of which the space evokes a homey atmosphere, with high-back leather benches and paintings of serene vistas to match the mood of exiting patients.
Dr. Amie Malihan brings more than three decades of experience as a plastic surgeon into every aesthetic service performed at her Staten Island practice. A member of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Malihan has been trained in the specialized craft of microsurgery and strives to deliver natural-looking results through invasive and noninvasive procedures. She performs beauty injections that relax the muscles responsible for forming wrinkles in addition to laser treatments that can zap away unwanted body hair and spider veins.
Located in New Providence's Village Shopping Center, Elements Therapeutic Massage is a professional massage studio that believes massage can be the answer to dealing with chronic pain and stress. Here, licensed massage therapists use deep strokes and focused pressure to relieve everything from muscle aches to back injuries. But before they do so, they make sure to listen to clients carefully so they can learn what ails them. This means every massage is a customized experience, like those choose-your-own-adventure movies that theaters can only project for one person at a time. And because massages by their nature increase circulation, the center believes the practice has benefits even beyond pain and stress relief.