To say that Kathryn Stover is a dynamic massage therapist would be right on the money. She not only holds her state license, but also a certification in medical massage and the title of Reiki Master. She's versed in other healing practices as well, such as craniosacral and myofascial therapy. She draws from all of these disciplines to customize each session for individual clients.
In craniosacral sessions, she uses a feather-weight touch to help restore function to the central nervous system, which can relieve symptoms of migraines, chronic pain, and fatigue better than touching each finger to the nodes of a car battery. In reiki sessions, her hands hover just above the body to help reduce stress and foster relaxation and healing.
It's been more than two decades since Dr. Kopelman started practicing podiatry, but the entire Kopelman family has been maintaining the health of St. Petersburg feet for more than 40 years. Board-certified in podiatric surgery and wound care, Dr. Kopelman makes house calls when he's not analyzing toes' dreams in his own three offices, in multiple emergency rooms and hospitals, and in clinics across the region. His comprehensive treatment catalog covers orthopedic, disease, skin, and nail issues, and the practice's retail component makes it a one-stop shop.
The health buffs at Orthomolecular Nutrition and Wellness Center take the fight for wellness to the body’s microscopic frontlines, using vitamins, hormones, and other supplements to restore vim and vigor lost to age or ill health. During one-on-one consultations, they first sniff out deficiencies and imbalances with a variety of blood tests and questionnaires, giving them a clear view of underlying problems. From there, they can advise on protocols that help their clients lose weight, age more gracefully, or improve their steeplechase performance.
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Board-certified dermatologists Dr. Virginia Schekorra and Dr. Charles Dewberry strive to resolve patients' skin concerns with clinical and cosmetic solutions. At The Dermatology Center, they address medical conditions such as eczema and rosacea and combat signs of aging with six types of injectables and dermal fillers or skincare products such as SkinMedica and iS Clinical. Licensed aesthetician Audrey Garcia-Vigotty is certified in the use of intense-pulsed-light technology—which she uses to remove hair or spider veins—and is a certified permanent-makeup artist. The team's certified eyelash-extension expert can beautify guests' faces and enable them to dry fresh coats of nail polish with a few dramatic blinks.
Mountcastle Vein Centers are four medical centers that all share one common goal: helping patients overcome troublesome vein conditions. In addition to the cosmetic benefits of erasing unsightly varicose and spider veins, the centers' technicians also treat the vein problems that can cause chronic pain, ankle swelling, and fitful, sleepless nights. To accomplish this, the teams utilize an assortment of technology and minimally invasive procedures. Ultrasound-guided endovenous laser therapy uses laser light energy to seal damaged veins and sclerotherapy injections effectively treat the smaller spider veins that are still visible to the naked eye.
The trio of board-certified eye surgeons at The Weinstock Laser Eye Center combines specialties in cataract surgery, LASIK, and corneal surgery to treat a full range of ocular ailments. Each of the doctors’ prestigious training is evident in the extensive curriculum vitae, which includes post-graduate studies, residencies, and fellowships at such institutes as Johns Hopkins and The Eye Institute of West Florida. The team’s eyesight-sharpening offerings include the LASIK procedure and corneal transplants, along with astigmatism correction that defuzzes views with toric-lens implants. Surgeons also utilize 3-D-guided microsurgical systems in the operating room for the precision removal of cataracts and particularly small monocles.