Understanding what it's like to have foot pain, podiatrists Adam Dustin and Sam Spencer make themselves available six days a week to lend a compassionate ear and a bevy of cosmetic and surgical treatments. The duo calls on a decade's worth of experience to expertly care for foot and ankle ailments, and strive to keep up-to-date on the latest technologies through continual training. After using digital x-rays and ultrasound imaging to grab the most accurate of diagnoses, they treat pedal maladies such as corns, warts, heel pain, and foot-in-mouth syndrome.
If Mac Imacseng's résumé is a testament to his deep love of holistic healing, then you're in good hands. He holds a master’s degree in acupuncture and herbal medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where he spent two semesters caring for athletes, as well as patients at San Diego Cancer Center in Encinitas. Now all can solicit Mac for a one-on-one acupuncture session, complete with meridian bodywork to relieve tension and promote relaxation.
Named Best Gym of 2011 by CityVoter, Tri-City Wellness Center matches the energizing amenities of a cardio area, cycling studio, and weight-training fitness floor with the warm embrace of three saline-treated pools and jacuzzis for men and women. Trainers with backgrounds in exercise science expedite the race toward wellness through fitness classes, health seminars, and special events. The HydroWorx 2000 pool assists physical-therapy patients in gently strengthening their muscles and developing the power of sonar.
Wreathed in vegetation and water features, Tri-City Wellness's mind-and-body studio inspires serenity with yoga and Pilates for tense mats. Visitors exit studio through a Zen garden and into three spa treatment rooms that play host to massages and facials. In well-appointed locker rooms, digital lockers safely stow belongings without the aid of a padlocks as guests unwind and steam broccoli in the sauna.
The certified trainers and healthcare professionals at Foundation Strength & Conditioning believe that when people move better, they feel better. That's why they offer functional fitness classes, chiropractic treatments, and rehabilitative services designed with individual clients in mind. Foundation shares a 20,000-square-foot facility with SoCal Athletics and SoCal Volleyball, so clients always have weights to lift and a volleyball to be their new best friend.
Dr. Deborah H. Atkin and her team of experienced aestheticians work to turn back the clock on signs of aging and enhance their clients' natural beauty with a repertoire of advanced skincare services that rely on technological innovation and a keen aesthetic eye. Dr. Atkin, a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, attentively listens to patients' desires during an initial consultation, before taking time to create a realistic beauty blue print, custom tailored to their needs. Beauty plans can involve anything from treating acne and rosacea with products from brands such as SkinMedica, to plumping away wrinkles and fine lines with minimally invasive dermal-filler injections. A fleet of technologically advanced devices allows the staff to provide laser-assisted services, including skin tightening, body sculpting, and photorejuvenation.
After beginning a career as the youngest licensed podiatrist in California, Coast Podiatry Group medical director Dr. Jack A. Reingold, along with Dr. Sheryl Strich, have buffed up their toe-tending skills with more than 30 years of experience. Dr. Reingold had a stint as the chairman of podiatric surgery at Scripps Memorial Hospital. His office's practitioners treat feet for a host of leg-stand conditions, including ankle sprains, fallen arches, and complications of diabetes. For cloudy or yellowed talons, FDA-cleared Cutera GenesisPlus laser equipment gradually heats mild to severe fungal infections to restore nail clarity without anesthetics or downtime.