While the beauty professionals at Nu Aura Medical Spa concede that they cannot stop aging altogether, they perform aesthetic services that counter and abate its effects. A squad of doctors, physician's assistants, and licensed aestheticians wields ultramodern technology wands as it neutralizes spider veins, ousts unwanted hair, and smoothes the face. The specialists customize each treatment to the client, and bilingual staff members can consult with them in both English and Spanish.
At the helm of Cultivating Vitality Acupuncture and Herbs sits Spring Cheng, an expert in both Western and Eastern medicine. A PhD in molecular biology, Cheng grew dissatisfied with modern medicinal approaches to healing in her biomedical career. She decided to return to her roots and follow in the footsteps of her grandfathers, who both practiced Chinese medicine. Now, the licensed acupuncturist combines her scientific and holistic-healing knowledge to treat a variety of maladies. Using techniques such as acupressure, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and tui na massage, she works to assuage conditions such as allergies, addiction, insomnia, and headaches, altering her treatments on an individual basis.
At North Creek Medicine, Dr. Mark Swyer and his trained staff treat the body both inside and out with their range of health and beauty services. Laser technicians harness the dual power of the elôs system, which uses radio and light frequencies to gently, yet effectively, eliminate unwanted hair and diminish rosacea, spider veins, and other epidermal flaws. The team also welcomes the entire family into their care for gunnysack races and preventative medical screenings. Aside from physical wellbeing, the center cares for mental health with psychiatric counseling for adults and teens.