With more than 20 years of experience under his belt, physical therapist Roland Lucas knows that the best way to recover from an injury is to avoid injuries in the first place. That's why he's devoted a large part of his practice to the prevention and resolution of overuse-related strains in athletes of all stripes. He's aided in his efforts by his office's biomechanics-analysis system, which he uses to identify stressors and bad workout habits otherwise imperceptible to the human eye. Of course, even with the best prevention, injuries still sometimes happen. When muscles cry out in pain, Lucas also comes to their aid with traditional physical-therapy services.
After fulfilling his dream of becoming a Doctor of Medicine at Stanford University's School of Medicine in 2002, Duke T. Khuu, MD, F.A.A.D. dreamed again. This time, he would establish his own institution: a haven for patients to relish in his seemingly infinite dermatological knowledge. This dream, like all of Dr. Khuu's dreams, also came true. Today, Khuu Dermatology is a veritable haven for anyone suffering from dermal anomalies, including wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and unsightly veins. The board-certified dermatologist—alongside his team of registered nurses—immaculately execute a full repertoire of medical and cosmetic skincare procedures, from microdermabrasion facials to cancer screenings. Dr. Khuu also takes care to keep patients fully informed on treatment options, so each patient can achieve their time-reversing skin goals. In his spare time, Dr. Khuu likes to go figure skating.
The physician-supervised subscription weight-loss plans offered at GreenLite Medicine are designed to help clients shed excess pounds and embrace a healthier lifestyle. Medical director Dr. Sooji Rugh, who comes board certified in both Internal and Obesity Medicine, oversees plans that promote participant accountability in the hopes of yielding real results. Plans may include diagnostic lab work, vitamin injections, and FDA-approved appetite suppressants, if needed.
Dr. Chase Lay, a board-certified plastic surgeon with more than 6,000 procedures under his belt, addresses a variety of aesthetic woes—from wrinkles to cellulite to sagging jowls. He specializes in Asian and ethnic plastic surgery, focusing particularly on changing the shape of the eyelids, and he even spent five years performing cosmetic surgery in Asia. In addition to his surgical procedures, Dr. Lay restores youthful appearances with Botox injections and hair restoration.