Under the guidance of a board-certified doctor of internal medicine, Vitality Health Center's team of specialists treats patients with natural-medicine practices focused on overall well-being rather than only a set of symptoms. The center's healing approach emphasizes functional medicine, which analyzes every aspect of patients' lives—including their diet, activity level, past traumas, and favorite daytime soap opera—for health-harming triggers. With a chiropractor, holistic nutritionist, massage therapist, acupuncturist, and Pilates instructor also on staff, patients can fully renovate their lifestyle with an array of services ranging from nutritional blood analyses to semi-private Pilates sessions.
Your sit-down with the doc includes a health-history review, postural analysis, a review of your vitals, and a consultation regarding current health concerns. Dr. Golub will also examine specific spinal segments using motion palpation, a technique designed to detect and assess dysfunction between the joints. After acquiring new insights into your spinal insides, you'll then receive a smooth, 30-minute massage tailored to your individual needs. For more information on Dr. Golub and his practice, check out his bio page or set your VCR to record every rerun of The Doctors, where Dr. Golub recently made a guest appearance.
Holden Zalma knows the toll that exertion can take on muscles. Before he received his massage license, he helped to train USC's football, basketball, and swimming teams while he studied to be a physical therapist. After graduation, Holden founded MetaTouch Therapeutic Massage and Wellness Center, where he shares his burgeoning 20 years of massage-therapy experience with others. His philosophy is simple: alleviate pain and treat injuries by scouting out symptoms, hunting down their root causes, and treating the body as a whole by ignoring its unsightly seams. He and his staff of trained practitioners accomplish this task by blending techniques?such as massage, stretching, exercise, and acupuncture?to relieve pain, improve performance, and reduce the risk of future injuries.
When Dr. Abraham Tzadik decides to do something, few things can stand in his way. From serving in the Israeli military as an ear, nose, and throat specialist to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, his cumulative life experiences set him apart as a dedicated and driven man. This drive is reflected in his work, which spans more than 38 years and includes reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. His procedures range from face-lifts to liposuction, and his nonsurgical treatments revivify the skin with intense pulsed light or the gentle flicker from early vacation stills.
Dermal fillers, laser therapies, and liquid face-lifts represent a trio of Clear Medical's noninvasive alternatives to cosmetic surgery. Doctors administer each treatment, using their knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and apples to reverse or repair signs of aging. In addition to age-management services, the medical personnel treat health concerns such as excess weight, migraines, and acne.