Under the watchful eye of Dr. Karri Huber and Sheldon Brown, D.C., the staff of Wisconsin Laser Fat Loss slims away excess fat from the body's hard-to-exercise trouble spots with non-invasive, FDA–approved Lapex BCS LipoLaser technology. Cold-laser light opens fat cells in a way that mimics what happens during exercise, emptying out excess water and fatty acids to shed inches. Paddles target unwanted bulges, patches of cellulite, or areas of inflammation, leaving bodies as slim as a sapling in a corset.
An arm of HealthWorks Wellness Center, Wisconsin Laser Fat Loss adds its high-tech swagger to the center's lengthy list of services. Under the medical direction of Dr. Shane Huber, a team of doctors and physical therapists coddles bodies with chiropractic, injury recovery, neuropathy, pain-management services, and doctor-supervised weight-loss programs.
With backgrounds in healing disciplines including human nutrition and Chinese medicine, the wellness practitioners at Anew Total Body Center care for clients both inside and out. Their treatment specialties include directed weight loss programs, body-shaping treatments, and massage. Beyond traditional deep-tissue and relaxation massages, they also offer fire cupping, gua sha, and Thai massage. In addition to their holistic treatments, they also provide lifestyle coaching; financial self-improvement seminars from Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University aim to add pounds to pocketbooks and piggy banks.
At Lipo Laser USA, the expert technicians trim fat from hard-to-tone areas without a single incision. Instead, beams from their LipoLaser system break down fat deposits, noninvasively contouring physiques. The 30-minute treatments work especially well paired with a quick ride on the clinic's full-body-vibration platform, which can help catalyze weight loss.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Tracy McCall uses her healing hands to heal at Lake Country Plastic and Hand Surgery. She performs procedures that ease the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, and Dupuytren's contracture.
Though hands are the center's specialty, the skilled staff also perform other aesthetic and plastic-surgery services, such as skin-rejuvenation treatments performed by experienced aesthetician Cari Kavetschanky. Cari helps each client create a custom skincare regimen to address his or her beauty concerns. When creating these regimens, she takes the time to consider clients' budgets, lifestyle habits, time constraints, and preferred utensils with which to smear cream on their faces.
Dr. Phillips, a board-certified general and vascular surgeon, taps into more than 20 years of experience to oversee Lumière Laser & Vein Center. His team of consultants, medical assistants, and aestheticians harnesses waves of light to reduce unsightly veins and revitalizes mugs with signature facials or photofacial treatments. Using FDA-approved lasers, they also dispatch nail fungus, reduce irksome body hair, and reveal buried treasure with an intricate series of mirrors.
Featured by the Consumer Guide to Plastic Surgery, Solaris Medical Spa harbors a staff of professionals well versed in age-battling skin treatments. Patrons seeking a newly polished opera mask can entrust their countenances to the adroit hands of board-certified physician and pharmacist Dr. Marsha Davis. The anti-aging facial smooths skin and discourages wrinkles caused by squinting at the pool-noodle-riddled surface of Loch Ness (a $90 value). Opt for a one-hour deep pore facial to ferret out obstinate blackheads (a $90 value), or choose an exfoliating facial (a $90 value) to eradicate patches of desert from the visage biome. Personalized chemical peels can curtail the signs of acne, sun damage, and fine lines ($70–$90). Depending on the type of peel, clients may need little to no downtime before they can test their results by joining a local porcupine-nuzzling tournament.