866-866-Feet.com's Dr. Sean Ravaei knows about all there is to know about feet and ankles, having performed more than 6,000 surgical procedures during his career. He is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, licensed to practice in four different states, and is currently the chief of foot and ankle surgery at Beverly Hills Physicians. Dr. Ravaei uses the latest laser technology to combat toenail fungus and warts and has advanced training in the treatment of conditions such as hammertoes, athlete’s foot, and bunions caused by trying to squeeze back into bronzed baby shoes.
Dr. Makabis Yousefpour of Omega Podiatry specializes in getting patients back on their feet with minimally invasive surgeries and noninvasive laser treatments. He addresses sprains, bunions, and ankle manacles with knowledge gleaned from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He also helps sufferers of chronic conditions, such as diabetes, arthritis, and flat feet.
Losing weight can be an uphill battle, but at Lipolight LAX a team of skilled technicians can make it a speedier and easier process. The staff perform advanced Lipo Light laser treatments, which are designed to painlessly target and smooth lumpy areas on the waist, hips, and limbs. As hand-sized paddles release red LED light across the chosen area, the underlying cells release triglycerides and fatty acids, which the body converts into energy. This conversion causes the cells to slim and the silhouette to become more contoured. Though up to six sessions are recommended, Lipolight LAX ensures comfortable visits by using low-level lasers that warm the skin while a technician softly imitates ocean sounds in the corner of the private treatment room.
At Natural Health Medical Center, medical director Huy Hoang, M.D. weaves together natural and Western medical practices to create a unique tapestry of services. Clients who opt for the package kick off treatments by stepping aboard the TurboSonic Metabolism Stimulator. During the 30-minute process, the device deploys vibrations throughout the body, shaking the dust off underused cells and causing muscles to tense and relax to the nearest dub-step beat. The invigorating treatment can inspire bodies to shed pounds, tighten skin, and enhance circulation. Next, clients sashay into the infrared sauna. After 30 minutes in the heated habitat, sweat excuses itself from bodies, which are now lighter for hurdles over ice-cream trucks. The treatment can also boost metabolism and burn calories. Finally, clients converge with a trained medical assistant who sets up a drip of vitamin-replenishing cocktail to refresh the body.