Laser Touch Aesthetics' team of licensed laser technicians overhauls dulled complexions and flawed skin with a roster of laser treatments and dermal fillers. Using FDA-approved Candela, Cynosure, and Cutera lasers, they aim to reduce the appearance of acne, wrinkles, and sunspots, and strive to do the same to dimples and lines caused by cellulite. During laser treatments, skin surfaces are kept at a comfortable temperature thanks to patented cooling devices.
When they're not aiming state-of-the-art laser beams at unwanted hair or moles, staffers smooth out wrinkles caused by stress or using a porcupine as a pillow with Botox, Dysport, and Juvederm treatments. Before each appointment, laser practitioners perform test spots and assess skin and hair, so they can safely customize each treatment to their client?s specifications.
Foot and ankle surgeon Dr. Bruce Pinker helms Progressive Foot Care, where he welcomes patients in for a variety of foot-care needs. He and his team offer complete diagnostics and evaluations, utilizing x-rays, ultrasound technology, and circulation and nerve testing. Among the conditions they treat are toenail fungus, heel spurs, athletic injuries, and all surgical conditions of the foot.
The board-certified podiatrists at The Center for Podiatric Care and Sports Medicine correct a wide array of bipedal concerns with surgical as well as noninvasive treatments. Including two doctors with marathon-running and foot-having experience, the center's health-care staff specialize in healing sports-related trauma and wear and tear, having treated approximately 20,000 sports injuries for amateur and Olympic-level athletes. Additionally, specialists can address aesthetic maladies with cosmetic laser therapy. The podiatrists employ imaging equipment such as x-ray systems, digital ultrasounds, and computerized gait analysis, which can instantly differentiate East Coast and West Coast swing.
A gym exclusively for people age 40 and older, Burke comprises many fitness activities under one roof that are designed for anyone interested in fitness and for people in the middle of rehabilitation. Before participants get to working out, a personal trainer conducts an assessment with them and, based on their personal health history and goals, puts together a personalized fitness plan. In addition to circuit machines, the center also offer group classes such as Zumba, Pilates, and Tai Chi, helping members achieve better all-around health.
If you want to be motivated by the trainers at APOGEE Fitness & Wellness, you have two choices. You can either sign up for a one-on-one personal training session or attend a group class such as Pilates, yoga, Zumba, or TRX suspension training. In addition to those fitness services, the center schedules spa treatments such as massages and reflexology, which feel extra nice after a tough workout where you sweat to cardio movements or hit the Pilates mat.
Over the course of more than 30 years, Alan Handelsman and his associates have helped thousands of patients through a combination of Tibetan herbal foot baths and acupuncture. He examines each patient’s medical history, asks questions about their lifestyle, and checks the health of the tongue as well as the pulse to determine the best holistic treatment.
Acupuncture opens up channels of energy throughout the body to foster healing and well-being, and it can be used to treat musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, and circulatory issues, among others. It’s also been known to help patients quit smoking as well as lose weight.