Board certified in family practice and anti-aging medicine, Dr. Don Colbert has been dedicated to the physical and spiritual health of central Floridians for 25 years. Along with certified chiropractor and laser practitioner Dr. Jennifer Vaughn, Dr. Colbert strives to offer his patients alternative methods to antibiotics, synthetic pain medications, mood-altering drugs, and hypnosis induced by relatives at family parties. Services include nutrition counseling and homeopathy as well as technology-driven solutions such as laser hair restoration and nonsurgical spinal decompression. Guests can also pick up Divine Health Nutritional Products developed by Dr. Colbert himself.
Dr. Colbert is the author of more than 40 books on nutrition, exercise, wellness, and faith, including The New York Times bestseller The Seven Pillars of Health: The Natural Way to Better Health for Life, and has been featured in numerous publications, including Prevention magazine.
Dr. Dean L. Johnston, named one of the area's top plastic surgeons in 2010 by Orlando Magazine, and his team of skilled specialists revitalize visages through cooling HydraFacial technology suitable for all skin types. The Premier HydraFacial helps to remedy wrinkles, brown spots, and vestigial bunny ears by vacuuming pores and extracting impurities with an ultramodern HydraFacial MD device that uses a patented HydroPeel tip. Unlike microdermabrasion systems, the gadget's spiral design uses multiple abrasive edges to exfoliate the skin several times as it passes over faces, simultaneously bathing the epidermis in hydrating and moisturizing serums. Using the same face-saving technology, the glycolic HydraFacial infuses human frontispieces with glycolic acids that penetrate into the skin and stimulate cell regeneration by offering time and a half to collagen producers. HydraFacials take approximately 30 minutes, and for an additional fee, patients may upgrade their treatments with personalized serums.
Under the steady guidance of medical director Dr. John van Wert, Cascades MedSpa carves a path toward beauty with the sharpest, most advanced techniques, earning it a feature in Central Florida Lifestyle magazine. Dr. van Wert and his team chisel bodies and smooth complexions with more than a dozen treatments designed to restore confidence to patients so that they can show off their swimsuit at the beach or the next board meeting. The med spa's services range from noninvasive microdermabrasion and massage therapy to LipoSelection treatments, which break up and remove excess fat from the love handles and thighs.
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"The ability to change one's self-esteem and life is one of the main reasons I enjoy being a plastic surgeon," says Dr. Jan V. Karlin, medical supervisor at Nova Cosmetic Center. "There is nothing better than seeing the smile on my patients’ faces when they come in for office surgery checkups." Dr. Karlin and his team elicit these satisfied grins with a full menu of cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries, as well as slimming and rejuvenating spa treatments. He regularly attends conferences and all-surgeon hoedowns to stay abreast of developments in the field, such as laser technologies, anti-aging hormones, and less invasive liposuction. All his safe aesthetic procedures are done with the goal of helping clients look beautiful and feel confident.:m]]
Stigma Tattoo Bar compiles a trifecta of signifiers of lighthearted vice in its combination tattoo and piercing parlor, bar, and pole-dancing studio. Red vinyl couches line brick walls, and poles reach from floor to ceiling for classes scheduled along with lap-dance and burlesque lessons. Flat-screen TVs entertain customers as they're inked or studded, and a dramatic metal cage in the center of the room contributes to an edgy club atmosphere where you never know if a lion might appear from behind the bar.
Mirrors line the walls of La Coupe Hair Salon’s sleek, modern styling room. At a long row of minimalist stations, stylists create classic and trendy hairstyles to complement clients’ unique faces. A flat-screen television presides over the snipping and curling action from above, which is also the direction most likely to harbor a glob of hair gel drooping from the ceiling.