Allure Medical Spa's wide realm of services keeps customers wrapped in beauty. Inside the facilities, which feature 30 patient-care rooms and small comforts such as a colorful fish tank, warm wood cabinetry, and tiled walls, guests can experience Dysport—an FDA-approved Botox-like treatment that helps defeat upper facial wrinkles such as crow's feet, between-the-eye frown lines, and worry-plowed brows. All appointments for Dysport treatments begin with a medical consultation and evaluation to determine individual needs and desired results. Then, in a procedure that takes about five minutes and features minimal downtime, the licensed and experienced cosmetic surgeon Dr. Charles Mok will erase evidence of disappointment and sad feelings with injections of up to 168 units—usually enough to treat most of the affected areas. Revitalized visages emerge from the procedure looking younger and fresher than newborn bread, although clients may experience minor bruising.
Dr. Gralewski and his staff at Cambridge Family Chiropractic help enhance the body's ability to self-heal without medication or surgery. They achieve this through many of the newest chiropractic techniques. When they aren't liberating necks and backs with adjustments and corrective exercises, they help bodies to find new vigor and shapelier contours through nutritional counseling and by parking them in front of a flattering reflecting pool. They also keep three massage therapists on staff who further the spine-straightening process by lending their muscle-melting skills.
True to its name, Total Health Systems provides holistic, drug-free healthcare from a variety of angles. The center?s licensed and certified staff of doctors and massage therapists specializes in everything from chiropractic to personal training and physical therapy. Clients who wish to get back to a healthy weight after hibernating in a cave all winter can sign up for physician-supervised nutritional counseling.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Joseph E. Mark helms Plastic Surgery Arts and Spa?and, per his certifications, he finesses physiques with artful reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. However, he and his team work just as effectively without incisions, especially when it comes to contouring. They have a noninvasive method at their disposal: CoolSculpting. The process freezes stubborn fat deposits so the body can eliminate them naturally.
The team takes care to earn the "spa" in their center's name, too, with plenty of treatments that beautify bodies without reshaping them. Their spray tans, for instance, give clients a summery glow free from UV damage, while laser hair-removal treatments neutralize unwanted stubble and address especially severe cases of hat hair.
At Fit Slim of Michigan, the team’s preferred weight-loss tool is light. The center specializes in a red light therapy dubbed UltraSlim, whose beams of LED light trick subcutaneous fat cells into releasing their contents—without painful incisions or any known side effects. Afterward, the freed fat is digested naturally, slimming inches from the midsection, thighs, and chest. As the treatments contour physiques, they also boost collagen and elastin production, tightening skin and combating cellulite.
Dr. Michael Margolis, a board-certified physician, oversees each treatment at Erase The Ink M.D. To start, a trained technician applies topical Lidocaine to numb the area. Next, the technician aims a RevLite Q-switched laser at the offending ink. While the laser sends intense pulsed light beneath the skin to break up the pigment, which is then released naturally through the body’s immune system, a jet releases cold air on the area to optimize comfort. Not without a sense of humor, the staff donates its services to the patient with the worst tattoo each week.