Arrowhead Dermatology wrangles a team of board-certified dermatologists, nurse practitioners, and aestheticians—many of whom have worked in harrowing environments, such as burn wards, the air force, and Texas. Their services tend to fall into two categories: treatments that promote healthy skin and treatments with a more cosmetic slant. For the former, Arrowhead's dermatologists perform mole monitoring for skin cancers, offer treatment for warts, rashes, and cysts, and put together plans that help patients reduce acne outbreaks. On the cosmetic side, they'll team up with their aestheticians to perform laser hair removal, microdermabrasion treatments, and vestigial rhino-horn buffing.
For Dr. Joshua Holland and family nurse practitioner Janee Bell, confidence is all in the details. That's why, at Holland Center for Health, they deploy tiny changes that are designed to have a big cosmetic impact. Their hormone and B12 injections help weight-loss candidates shed stubborn pounds, and their Botox and Juvéderm injections help iron away wrinkles and signs of age. Lash-fortifying Latisse treatments and PCA skincare products help patients get the face and the mug shot of their dreams.
Dr. Arthur Seidner has been going toe to toe with foot ailments for nearly 40 years. He draws on a wealth of experience to operate his private practice, where every day he helps patients conquer heel pain, warts, ingrown toenails, and other conditions that make walking a chore. Dr. Seidner specializes in nonsurgical solutions to foot problems, and one of his most advanced treatments involves the Cutera GenesisPlus laser. This noninvasive implement freshens feet by zapping away fungi and tiny caterpillars disguising themselves as sixth toes.
During his training with Arizona Heart Institute founder Dr. Edward Dietrich, board-certified surgeon Dr. Kulbhushan Sharma developed a keenness for removing leg ulcers and varicose veins using techniques such as endovenous laser treatments and sclerotherapy. Since founding Arizona Vein and Laser Institute, he has performed more than 700 endovenous laser treatments, simultaneously boosting both his mastery of cosmetic surgery and his ability to count to 700.
He has piled on credentials during this time, achieving certifications for SmartLipo, AAA stent placement, and Botox injections. Nowadays, his facility helps patients to shape their figures during cosmetic treatments both surgical, such as abdominoplasty and breast augmentation, and noninvasive, such as radiofrequency-based Thermage treatments.
The human body is a complex machine, but Dr. Scott Gilbert and his team of trainers and therapists have the tools to soup it up. At Canyon Sports, Fitness and Physical Therapy, the chief resource is really the staff; more than any piece of equipment, their expertise is what helps clients recover from injury or improve athletic performance. They lend their know-how to any client, from people who just want to get in shape, to those who have suffered injuries in accidents, and even aspiring athletes. They also offer a few treatments designed to simply ease muscle pain or help clients relax—their service menu includes
massage therapy, pain-relieving 830 laser treatments, and dry needling, which can help soft-tissue problems such as tendinitis.