During medical school, Dr. Jason Riehs was primarily focused on internal medicine and pediatrics. But during his residency, he became fascinated with the success that doctors were seeing with using lasers to treat severe acne. Dr. Riehs was inspired to help his own patients achieve a fresher, more youthful appearance through laser treatments and other skincare technology. So he opened Le Beau Visage Medical Spa, which focuses entirely on noninvasive cosmetic treatments.
Dr. Riehs and his staff of medical aestheticians perform everything from acne-fighting Fraxel laser treatments to spider-vein-fading sclerotherapy treatments to hair-removing laser treatments. Dr. Riehs is particularly adept at smoothing wrinkles and plumping up skin with dermal fillers?he's currently an advanced injectables trainer who teaches others physicians and nurses how to properly inject Restylane and Perlane.
A team of doctors founded Physicians Weight Loss Centers more than 30 years ago, banding together to find the most effective methods for dropping pounds. The regimen that they established begins with an initial consultation, during which a physician helps each client choose the proper weight-loss route from the clinic’s six low-calorie programs. The doctor steps back after choosing the proper plan of action so that a team of nutritionists, nurses, and weight-loss counselors can take over charting progress. Upon completing the program, clients meet once more with the physician to evaluate their results and stage an intervention for oversized clothes that have yet to commit to the program. The lessons that clients learn during these supervised weight-loss programs can help them live a healthy lifestyle long after the session ends.
Family Health Market’s knowledgeable staff equips customers with an arsenal of nutritionally conscious supplements, gluten-free foods, and household products from quality brands. Decorate a diet or lackluster charm bracelet with multivitamins ($9–$50) made by brands such as New Chapter, Vita Logic, and Life Force. Health and beauty products ($9–$26) including shampoo, lotions, and toothpaste arrive from national brands such as Nature’s Gate and John Masters Organics. At the in-store Smoothie Zone visitors can quench thirsts with a menu that boasts dozens of fresh, heart-healthy beverages such as the Hawaiian Breeze’s merger of pineapple, peach, banana, and coconut with whey protein ($3.65–$5.85), or the Get Lean, which swirls chromium and Citrimax supplement into a fruity elixir ($5.25–$6.25). A fleet of healthful add-ons, such as extra fiber and calcium, also bolsters each potion’s nutritional power and potential in the nutrient swimsuit competition.
At Rodgers Dermatology, board-certified dermatologist Timothy Rodgers combines the informed atmosphere of a doctor's office with the serene ambiance of a spa. He remedies medical and cosmetic ailments for guests of all ages, wielding lasers, microdermabrasion tools, and dermal fillers such as Botox, Juv?derm, and Sculptra.
In addition to fading blemishes and erasing drawn-on wrinkles, Dr. Rodgers identifies and treats skin, hair, and nail conditions such as eczema and spider veins. He and his staff emphasize the importance of thorough consultations and patient education?their website has compiled skincare resources that cover topics from rashes to acne.
At Salon Z, hair and beauty experts pamper clients' locks as well as their skin. Arming themselves with products from Aquage and MoroccanOil, they reshape and tone male and female tresses with expert cuts, professional color treatments, and foil highlights. When they're not protecting their clients from bad hair weeks, they are permanently enhancing peepers and pouts with permanent makeup.
Massage therapy relaxes muscles, easing and soothing your aches and pains. It rejuvenates-- restoring balance to our body and being, making us better for all the things life throws our way. Massage Envy believes every body deserves a great customized massage, so we've made relaxation convenient.