When it comes to his bona fides, Dr. Carlos Verdeza is a regular jet-setter. He first graduated from medical school at Columbia's Pontifical Bolivariana University before becoming an OB/GYN at Albany Medical Center in New York. From there, he cut a swath through the medical community, snatching up certifications from the International Society of Cosmetic Gynecology, American Academy of Anti Aging and Metabolic Medicine, and American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
At his private practice, the good doctor blends his vocational pursuits to deliver a staggering array of answers to cosmetic concerns. Folks looking to offload some stubborn pounds can come in for weight-loss therapy, liposuction, or tummy tucks. If you're looking to turn back the clock, Dr. Verdeza is well-versed in hormone replacement therapy and platelet-rich plasma facelifts that redirect a client's own platelets to restore the appearance of youth to visages.
While working as a family practitioner in Miami, Dr. José Suarez often fielded requests from his patients for beauty-bolstering treatments. It drove him to open Pinecrest Medical Spa, a place where he could apply his medical expertise to cosmetic problems.
Each appointment begins with a consultation, where Dr. Suarez determines the ideal course of aesthetics-enhancing action. Unwanted wrinkles, hair, and acne can all be dealt with noninvasively using lasers or collagen-rallying inspirational speeches, while injections of Botox or dermal fillers work beneath the skin to keep countenances smooth.
Dr. Jason A. Bailey was playing football his sophomore year at Vanderbilt when he injured his hand. After two years of conventional medicine, two of his fingers still felt numb so he decided to give chiropractics a try. A few adjustments later, his digits were in tip-top shape. Though he could now finally pursue a career in professional finger painting, Dr. Bailey was inspired to become a chiropractor.
Since then, Dr. Bailey has opened his own practice and shares his spinal know-how as the co-host of a radio show called High Performance Health and Healing. At the office, Bailey treats patients with myriad techniques, using hands, heat, lasers, and mechanical systems to provide drug- and surgery-free solutions for his clients.
Led by a chiropractor with more than a decade of experience, Bailey Chiropractic?s staff of technicians and massage therapists helps patients maintain a healthy body free from chronic pain. Along with spinal adjustments?designed to correct subluxations, or nerve-blocking misalignments of the vertebrae?patients come in for spinal decompression, a surgery-free back therapy that can treat issues ranging from herniated discs to osteoarthritis. Chiropractic services focus on the spine, and therapeutic massages and specialized exercises seek to counteract muscular imbalances that can cause tension and lower a person?s maximum high-five elevation. To help clients in their quests for a pain-free existence, Bailey Chiropractic?s facility features a slew of state-of-the-art equipment, including a digital x-ray machine, electrical-stimulation devices, and Triton DTS decompression tables.
Dr. Leonor Murciano-Chen isn't just a doctor, she's also a spiritual healer. The founder of Nourishing Women has studied integrative medicine extensively, and pulls from both Eastern and Western approaches to medicine to set women on the mend. She and her staff tend not only to the physical, but also the emotional, with services that focus on fertility. They include meditation, acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, Sufi healing, and other holistic practices.
At MD Ageless Solutions, formerly Facial Rejuvenation of South Florida, experienced physicians offer a slew of cosmetic services, such as IPL photofacials and fractional laser skin-resurfacing treatments. MD Ageless Solutions' contemporary office wraps clients in a tranquil waiting lounge bedecked with teal-blue walls and silver ceiling?light fixtures. Before heading to a private treatment room for appointments, beauty-seekers snuggle into a plush couch while entertaining eyes with a magazine or watching the lounge?s flat-screen TV flicker subliminal Sudoku answers.