Featured on The Dr. Oz Show as an alternative to liposuction, high-tech i-Lipo treatments slim circumferences by using lasers instead of incisions. The FDA-approved system can target the hips, waist, or thighs and imitates the body’s natural fat-burning process to break down fat deposits. A sequence of 8–10 treatments—each followed by a brisk walk, a gym visit, or an energetic roll up a hill—typically maximizes results. The clinic facilitates weight loss with alternate methods as well, crafting custom nutrition plans, administering lipotropic B12 injections, and, when advisable, prescribing weight-loss medication.
Carol Singleton and her team of certified aestheticians and lash extensionists specialize in applying eyelash extensions that lengthen lashes without forcing them to do yoga. Available in a variety of textures, and curves, the lashes are attached individually by hand, unlike lash tabs or flare lashes, with a medical-grade adhesive that keeps extensions in place for up to six weeks. In-house aestheticians can also evict rogue hairs with their selection of waxing services extending from brows to backs.
At Cryo Spa, when temperatures plunge to -300 degrees, healing begins. Pioneered in 1978 in Japan to ease rheumatic diseases, cryotherapy has quickly gained traction as an effective means of assuaging other inflammatory issues and chronic pain with its subzero temperatures. Sessions last only three minutes, during which the chilly temps trigger a survival reaction in the body that helps boost recovery and diminish stress and aches.
Doctor of Chiropractic Craig Day employs more than 30 years of chiropractic experience as he and his staff help relieve clients’ aches and pains with advanced chiropractic equipment and treatments. In the office’s physical-therapy suite, patients regain their strength and mend tears with the help of electrical-stimulation machines, a traction table, a Zen Pro vibration platform, and the DRX9000—an FDA-cleared decompression machine that helps relieve bulging discs, spinal stenosis, and sciatica problems without the need of surgery. At the onsite radiology lab, spines are x-rayed or sketched by a caricature artist to expose the root of ailments, and two private treatment rooms provide a tranquil space for massages and acupuncture services. Dr. Day's resident nutritionist, meanwhile, examines patients’ cholesterol and blood tests, looking closely for vitamin deficiencies and free-floating Skittles.
PicMed's medical doctors and lab technicians root out the underlying causes of health concerns by conducting blood and health screenings, physicals, and vaccinations. Staff usher patients into a cheery, marigold-hued clinic, and a mobile lab drives to clients' homes or up the trunks of their tree forts. The clinic recently expanded its scope to include a menu of med-spa treatments, as well as cutting-edge treatments such as Botox and hormone-replacement therapy.