The board-certified physicians at The Vein Clinic of Temecula Valley want to see more skin. They notice that patients with varicose and spider veins often hide the purple and red squiggles with longer clothes, thicker makeup, or hot-dog costumes. To restore clients’ confidence, the physicians address veins with services including tried-and-true injections and advanced laser treatments. Surface laser treatments deftly fade red spider veins and red freckles without breaking the skin or incurring patient downtime.
The technicians demonstrate their dedication to patients by creating a pleasant experience that continues beyond the initial treatment. During each varicose-vein treatment or PRP skin-rejuvenation treatment, the staff play the client’s choice of music. After varicose-vein treatments, unsightly red bumps often develop. Rather than letting these heal on their own—which may take weeks—the staff invite patients back for a complimentary treatment to banish these bumps, leaving legs as smooth as an oiled bald cap.
We have a large medical spa and nationally accredited surgery center. We offer just about any treatment imaginable, from laser hair removal to botox. we offer juvederm, acne lasers and prescription strength skin care and acne products. we are known for our friendly staff and quality work.
Flickering candles exude the aromas of lavender and eucalyptus. Nearby, the soft bubbling of a waterfall mingles with slow puffs from a Chinese flute. Though these images may evoke some mythical paradise, LaRue's Massage & Bodywork carries this scene into the realm of reality. Before all else, registered and certified therapists establish trust with their clients by working within their comfort zone through communication and uninterrupted touch. Next, phones are silenced as staffers induce an escape-like experience and ease away stressful thoughts such as whether or not the garage door was left home alone. LaRue's knowledgeable kneaders come equipped with skills to perform a wide range of therapeutic and holistic services, and any treatment can be customized to specific needs. As clients return to the outside world cleansed of worldly troubles, crews scrub all surfaces to ward off the singing cowboys that dust attracts and leave gleaming massage tables ready for the next patron.
The specialists, nurses, and program managers at Doctor's Weight Clinic prove to clients that losing weight is never too lofty of a goal through the clinic's individually tailored weight-loss programs based on each person's physical health and target weight. After meeting privately with a weight-loss specialist to devise a plan of action, clients embark on the journey to a slimmer silhouette with the help of nutritional supplements, appetite suppressants, and fat-burning injections, which include lipotropic compounds and B vitamins that help stimulate the metabolism. In order to maximize the effectiveness of their plan, clients should follow a well-balanced diet and exercise regularly.
Kevin Brooks had never seen anything like this before: the woman lying on his massage table had not been able to bend over without experiencing excruciating pain in her abdomen for about a year. With only 15 minutes left in the session, Kevin's trained hands dug in to her tense psoas muscles, which span the lower spine to the top of the thigh. Following this application of deep-tissue technique, the client bent to put on her shoes and gasped. The pain was gone. This is why Kevin maintains that massage therapists shouldn't sell a type of massage; they should sell relief from pain.
Twelve years ago, he founded Simply Kneaded to provide his clientele with relief from aches and tension. His massage therapists use any technique at their disposal, be it deep-tissue work, acupressure, or lullabies sung in solfège, to disperse pain or immobility. Today, his business has expanded to multiple locations, and he carefully screens each of his therapists according to his own rigorous standards and in accordance with the frequent political coups of the American Massage Therapy Association.
Dr. Rasi and his licensed team of nurses at Senza Aesthetic Medicine employ Botox to combat the face's syndicate of fine lines and wrinkles. Twenty units of Botox may target crow's-feet or frown lines, and 50 units treat crow’s-feet, frown lines, and forehead furrows dug by careless eyebrow farmers. Within the comfortable environs of a homey clinic, an experienced practitioner directs the medicine into problem areas through a miniscule syringe to obstruct nerve impulses in the muscles that engender facial rumples. The 15-minute treatment helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for up to three to five months.