At Relief Medical Group, patients can find ways to alleviate pain, achieve a more youthful look, and restore bodily functions through a variety of services. The center employs a comprehensive range of treatments thanks to a team led by in-house specialists Edward Cremata, DC,RN and Edmund Kemprud, MD. Edward Cremata, DC,RN is a nursing and rehabilitation expert with more than three decades of experience in spinal-pain-relief programs; while Edmund Kemprud, MD, is a family practice physician with almost four decades of experience under his belt. Together, the doctors oversee patients as they undergo treatments such as:
Pain relief and pain management with both prescription and non-prescription options
Youth-restoring injectables such as Botox and fillers
Diet and supplementation advice
Acoustic compression services to remove the appearance of cellulite
Though "spa" is in their practice's name, Ariba's physicians don't merely help clients reach their cosmetic objectives; the doctors specialize in fields as varied as rehabilitation, pain management, and sports medicine. Cosmetic treatments are minimally invasive, and they're designed to erase unwanted hair and veins, resurface complexions, and usher bodies toward lower weights with the help of specially designed lasers, injectables, and serums. Staff members speak English, Spanish, and Persian, and they pride themselves on cultivating a friendly environment.
Pacific Dermatology's offices are clean and comfortable to ensure your best health in Pleasanton.
This clinic's facial service will leave your skin feeling refreshed and healthy.
Battling crows feet? Head into this clinic for an effective and painless beauty injection.
Take care of your skin with the various treatments that Pacific Dermatology offers, including acne treatment and microdermabrasion.
When you need medical treatment on the fly, Pacific Dermatology is readily available to assist you.
Looking to remove unwanted hair? Try one of the painless hair removal services at Pacific Dermatology, including laser hair removal.
This clinic's services team accommodates guests by appointment only.
No cash? No problem! Pacific Dermatology accepts plastic from any major card provider.
At Pacific Dermatology, drivers can settle for safe parking in the lot next door.
Pacific Dermatology handles all of your coughs, colds, allergies, and illnesses, so make sure to come here for the best in treatment and care.
The staff at SF Bay Cosmetics may have a veritable arsenal of medical lasers to deploy against blemishes, unsightly veins, and problematic cellulite, but they also believe that looking your best can be done naturally. To that end, they work with patients through their medically supervised Smart Weight Loss System, a 6- to 12-week program designed to help clients safely shed fat. And they help clients achieve long-term success through their behavioral modification program and follow-up visits.
However, they take a more high-tech approach to anti-aging. To minimize the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin, they turn to Botox and dermal fillers. They also provide tattoo removal, reversing such regrettable decisions as getting a tattoo of Margaret Thatcher as a centaur.
Within the European-style interior of Essential Bella Inc., the light from a glittering chandelier and candelabra-style sconces illuminates the purple-hued reception area, where guests kick back on ornately upholstered chairs while sipping hot coffee. The softly lit treatment room is just as tranquil and elegant; it includes floral-themed artwork and a bed draped with a plush lavender blanket.
On that comfortable bed, staffers perform facials with products by brands such as Éminence organic skincare and Jan Marini Skin Research. They also facilitate beauty routines with IPL photofacials, skin-resurfacing laser treatment, laser hair removal, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion.
In Focus: SkinSpirit
Areas of expertise: aesthetic skin and body care administered in spa-like settings
Three approaches they might take for unwanted wrinkles: Botox, laser skin-resurfacing treatments, or ultherapy—which uses sound waves to lift and tone skin
Who every staff member answers to: Dr. M. Dean Vistnes, who graduated from the Stanford University School of Medicine and serves as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Possibly their biggest fan in the press: Seattle Magzine, who named SkinSpirit the best medi-spa in 2014
Why massage rooms smell so good: therapists incorporate aromatic oils into Swedish massages
Places to brush up on your homecare: the spa’s education area that’s filled with written and multimedia content, or the retail shop that sells medical-grade skincare products
Number of locations: 7 total (3 in Seattle, 4 in California)