No one can stop the aging process, but Dr. Rudy J. Triana, Jr. has the experience and advanced training to confidently challenge Father Time. After completing his medical degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he would later return to teach as an assistant professor of surgery, Dr. Triana entered the Navy and became an acclaimed flight surgeon. He capped off his studies by gaining board certification in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology/head and neck surgery and became a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. Triana has shared his expertise by authoring numerous medical articles and appearing in multiple television and print media, though he has yet to expand into skywriting.
At Triana Institute, the doctor's skilled hands perform procedures ranging from tummy tucks to face-lifts. Dr. Triana is continuously innovating new ways to help patients feel better about themselves, even developing his own skincare line. Not content with merely treating bodies’ outsides, he also created a collection of healthy, anti-aging blends of M.D. Coffee and Fibersorb, a food supplement designed to reduce calorie intake.
No men, no makeup, no mirrors. It's a philosophy that?s helped members of the Curves community since 1992. Part fitness center, part community center, Curves is a women?s only club that takes a streamlined approach to health, fitness, and weight loss. Curves has teamed up with health and fitness coach Jillian Michaels to develop full-body, 30-minute workouts that kick-start weight loss, combining strength training, cardio, and stretching into sessions that torch fat, build strength, boost intensity, and prevent plateaus. These workouts are enhanced further by the Curves Complete Program, available for an extra fee, which is rooted in Curves' method for effective weight loss in that it supplements efforts at the gym with personalized meal plans and weekly one-on-one meetings with a certified Curves coach.
At age 7, Jung Oh Hwang began practicing martial arts in South Korea. As a young man he represented his home country at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, where he earned a silver medal in Judo. At Hwang's Martial Arts, Grandmaster Hwang and his staff make it their mission to promote happy and healthy lives in their community.
For the past 15 years, Grandmaster Hwang, his students, and his supporters have dedicated both time and money to supporting the lives of the HMA students and positively impacting the larger community. Hwang's has raised more than $750,000 for the local community and has a named playroom in the new St. Matthews Kosair Children's hospital.
Dr. Roland Hollis and Robin Hollis, a licensed practical nurse, help their patients ward off the signs of aging with an array of cosmetic techniques. They use beauty injections and platelet-rich plasma to tame wrinkles and improve the contours of the face, as well as permanent makeup to flatter features. They also help those looking to shed a few pounds with doctor-supervised weight-loss programs that incorporate healthy lifestyle changes, exercise, and medication.
Ste. Genevieve Golf Club makes good on its promise as a golf course accessible for all skill levels, and then some. Four sets of tees is something of an unwritten standard for most golf courses, though some more generous ones furnish five. Ste. Genevieve, meanwhile, has six. Beyond the Blue, White, Yellow, and Red tees lay a Level 1 and Level 2 set, ideal for youngsters just learning the game, those with slower swing speeds, and those desperate for a hole-in-one that will finally impress their fathers. These tee options make the course as short as 2,256 yards or as long as 6,396, though challenges lurk around every dogleg regardless of length. A stream cuts across several fairways on the front nine, and tree lines run along the fairways throughout.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,396 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 69.2 from the back tees * Course slope of 112 from the back tees * Six sets of tees per hole * View the scorecard
The Arkansas State Parks fete vibrant visitors and loping locals alike with a dizzying array of landscapes, natural and cultural resources, and myriad learning opportunities at parks scattered throughout the state. Familial units with children 18 and under can flex their pass muscles multiple times throughout the year at a wide range of museums, gleaning valuable state knowledge while conversing with park guides or well-read white-tailed deer.