Tucked inside Quality of Life Medical & Research Center, a 7,800-square-foot medical facility, Quality Aesthetics' certified laser specialist Loida Fraijo and Michelle Lind draw on years of experience as they revive worn complexions. They aim to help clients reclaim youth by using clinical-strength skincare products as well as all-natural, vitamin-infused DeVita Rx products and laser technology in a menu of skin-tightening services, micropeels, and acne treatments. Whether performing a photo facial rejuvenation, tattoo removal with an UltraLight-Q laser, or Zerona body-contouring treatment, Fraijo begins with a free consultation and ends by having her magic mirror revise who it considers the fairest of all.
At Naturopathic Medicine of Southern Arizona, naturopathic doctor Garrett Smith strives to allay patient maladies and fill noggins with knowledge about illnesses and know-how about treatments. A wide range of services, from weight management and nutrition education to laboratory analysis and low-intensity laser therapy, bolster patient health. The doctor also provides nutrition mediation between children and green beans, and treats chronic diseases or gastrointestinal issues.
A former USAF physician and two-sport Ivy League athlete, Dr. David J. Orringer leads a team of compassionate professionals in maintaining well-being with immediate medical care and cosmetic procedures. The clinic treats minor illnesses and injuries for walk-ins, who may receive care more quickly than they would in a typical emergency room. Along with urgent care, the clinic offers physician-supervised weight-loss programs and a variety of cosmetic treatments, including Botox and fillers.
Skin Care By Design's microdermabrasion treatment uses the power of the Vibraderm's vibrating, abrasive, stainless-steel paddle to polish away the face’s dead skin cells, tiny blemishes, and dents caused by hastily opened car doors. The 30-minute process improves skin texture and tone—stimulating new collagen, firming the skin, and reducing fine lines and wrinkles. There is no downtime after getting a microdermabrasion treatment or consuming a giant, sloppy sandwich, but you might appear flushed for 15–30 minutes.
Canyon Health centers its practice on three seemingly disparate specialties: obesity, chronic pain, and age-related health problems. The clinic's medical professionals have connected these issues because they know that for many people, all three are closely related. They also know that patients suffering from excess weight and pain problems often have a difficult time finding sympathy in a doctor's office, so they make it their goal to create a welcoming, dignified environment focused on hearing patients' concerns and finding ways to improve their quality of life. These methods range from physician-directed medical weight-management programs designed to achieve a long-term healthy weight to bioidentical hormone therapies that help ease age-related health concerns. For those with chronic pain, the clinic's wide variety of noninvasive treatments lead clients toward comfortable, pain-free lives.
Within Specialists in Dermatology's 16,200-square-foot facility, board-certified physicians and physician assistants aim to maintain or beautify skin through general, cosmetic, and surgical procedures. Consultations help skin doctors and patients to craft general treatment plans that can stop the spread of conditions such as acne, hair loss, and polka dots. Spa-like cosmetic services treat the body's outer layer to chemical peels, and high-tech, non-invasive treatments zap off unwanted hair and freeze stubborn fat cells. The clinic's surgical team can also treat more serious issues such as skin cancer. Each of Specialists in Dermatology's physician assistants must pass the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination to obtain a two-year certification and learn the 500 different ways to pronounce "freckle."