Dr. Michael Steiner, MD, is an ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon who's been treating Seattle–area peepers for more than two decades. In addition to performing reconstructive and plastic surgery with a keen eye for aesthetics, Dr. Steiner addresses glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic issues. During all surgeries, Dr. Steiner uses local sedation, a safer alternative to general anesthesia.
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Going beyond the pure pursuit of relaxation, the practitioners at Monroe Therapeutic Massage P.S. work closely with doctors, chiropractors, and hospitals to help ensure a more well-rounded result. To accommodate a variety of clients, the staff has outfitted each massage room with cushy tables perched hydraulic lifts. The highly accessible tables make it easy for patients in wheelchairs or with limited mobility to enjoy a seamless transition from the outside world to the indoor relaxation station. For additional comfort, the beds also feature heaters that allow patients to fully unwind and soften any butter packets that may have been pocketed during last night’s dinner date.
The array of services offered at Madsen Medical Spa is a point of pride to medical director Dr. Paul A. Madsen, a specialist in weight management, bioidentical hormones, dermal fillers, and botox. He opened Madsen Medical Spa 30 years ago and rounded out the staff with a naturopath, health & nutrition director, and master aestheticians. Offering infrared sauna, medical massage, detox programs, aesthetic services, and advanced laser procedures like body sculpting and resurfacing, Madsen Medical Spa brings each field's latest technologies and treatments to their clients, allowing them to finally look as good on the outside as they feel inside.
At Island Dermatology, the staff's goal is to rid skin of acne blemishes, scars, wrinkles, and red splotches that leave their mark on an otherwise clear skin tone. The experienced doctors and aestheticians use laser treatments for cosmetic issues such as sunspots and lines, and more advanced surgical services for pervasive issues such as psoriasis and cysts. Facials, cosmetic injections, chemical peels, and skin-tightening round out the menu of skincare services, all designed to get complexions looking as clear and refreshed as possible.
Dr. Jennifer Reichel is no mere figurehead. The founder and director of Pacifica Dermatology Cosmetic Center leads a team of two other physicians, and these doctors either perform all the procedures themselves or directly supervise the physician assistants who do. In addition to being a leader, Dr. Reichel has also completed a fellowship at the American College of Mohs Surgery to perfect her skills in micrographic skin-cancer treatment, and she’s been rated in the top 4% of dermatologists in Seattle by Seattle Met magazine and the medical-ratings agency Avvo.
Every surgery that the staff conducts takes place in the clinic’s own ambulatory surgery center, which has been approved by both Medicare and the makers of the board game Operation. However, not every treatment at Pacifica is medically urgent. The team also makes noninvasive cosmetic tweaks such as ultrasonic body-shaping, facial injections, and spider-vein treatments, to name a few.