Dr. Cristy Thomas, DNP.FNP-BC and her team of wellness wizards illuminate steps toward a healthy lifestyle through personalized weight-loss and nutrition plans. During the month-long weight-loss program, patients visit with a highly trained medical staff member each week to receive a weight-loss shot that can increase metabolism when paired with a personally tailored diet and regular exercise. Clients' struggles and goals are the cornerstone of the diet plan, as well as the blueprint for an inevitable biopic. Weight and blood pressure are recorded each week to track progress. Those adhering to the weight-loss plan can shed between 1–3 pounds a week. Alternatively, patients can opt for a month of B-12 shots. Since vitamin B-12 deficiency can lead to fatigue and general frailty, weekly shots can lead to increased energy and ironclad immune-system walls, penetrable only by vengeful armies of trans fat.
LA Laser and Skin Center's board-certified dermatologist Dr. Daniel Taheri decorates his office with a Valentine Honor, the most prestigious award bestowed upon a UCLA Medical School graduate. A tenacious academic after graduation, he has published more than 25 articles in scientific journals and authored a tome, Practical Management of Skin Cancer, which medical schools use in their curricula, and high school cafeterias boil down into lunches. The Center reaps the benefits of Dr. Taheri's continued diligence, with special departments for skin-cancer management and medical dermatology. Beauty is also cultivated at the cutting edge. Surgery restores battered hands or shapes alluring contours into monuments to the hourglass, and FDA-cleared lasers rejuvenate complexions. The Center is also among the first to try new cosmetic procedures, such as Ultherapy, an FDA-approved noninvasive facelift that has been featured in press outlets such as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, In Style, and CBS's The Early Show. Dr. Taheri demonstrates his expertise at eight LA Laser and Skin Centers in California and Nevada, and shares professional insights on television networks including CNN and NBC, clips of which you can see on the Center's YouTube channel.
Acne, constipation, asthma, and fatigue. The professionals at Amazing Healing Waters may know the secret to relieving these common ailments, among others. Their technique is colon hydrotherapy, which flushes the large and small intestines of toxins that could lead to a range of physical and psychological conditions. During a treatment session, the client reclines on a padded, bed-like table and the practitioner gently introduces a small speculum into the rectum, through which a temperate stream of water pulses in and out. The gentle cleansing process works to eliminate waste left behind from processed foods that have a high fat or crayon content, which can stagnate and build up in the colon. The closed-system hydrotherapy device keeps offensive odors at bay and is thoroughly sterilized before each treatment.