If comic books have taught us anything, it's that getting zapped with mysterious rays always gives you crime-fighting abilities—in this case, superhuman smoothness. Let your skin fulfill its dream of pummeling two-bit hoodlums with today's Groupon: for $145, you get two laser vein-removal treatments at Encompass Family and Internal Medicine Group in La Mesa (a $450 value).
The experienced physicians at Encompass Family and Internal Medicine Group vanquish unsightly veins from clients' skin during FDA-approved vein-removal services. A posse of concentrated light beams masquerades as heat energy to sneakily ambush selected spider, reticular, and varicose veins that swerve through the top layer of clients' skin. One-way blood valves vanish into the boundless jungle of patients' bodies, liberating limbs and lineaments from uncomfortable blemishes and veins' constant questions about getting their own bedroom. The process is relatively painless but may involve a slight pinching sensation, and optimal results may require additional sessions not included in this Groupon.
Encompass Family and Internal Medicine Group
Led by Dr. Robert Lajvardi, the medical staffers at Encompass Family and Internal Medicine Group put their collective expertise together to perform cosmetic procedures and tackle pain management and preventative care. Cosmetic procedures offered by the group include chemical peels, laser hair removal, and microdermabrasion. Pain management ameliorates back and joint discomfort, and preventive care involves medically supervised weight-loss treatments, STI screenings, and time travel.
87% of 23 customers recommend
“Great service and appreciate that you keep current with a wide variety of treatments.”
“the PA who took care of me was very good, professional and answered my questions. So far I'm pleased with the service but it will take awhile to see how well it worked. ”
“They were running late and my appointment didn't happen until almost an hour late but the care and attention I received once in for the procedure was good.”