Botox and Xeomin are both treatments used to diminish wrinkles in the forehead, brow, and lateral eye areas also known as crows feet. The medication begins to work approximately 3-7 days after injection and typically lasts 3 months. The duration is between 3 to 4 months and usually lasts longer if you do it on a regular basis. The procedure is done quickly, and the discomfort is minimal. An assessment of your face, as well as your injections, will be performed by our experienced and Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. We also participate in the Alle’ and Aspire rewards programs which allow you to earn points with each treatment that then turn into coupons for future treatments.
Can be completed in under an hour but has a big impact on your overall appearance.
Lasts 3-4 months on average.
There are a number of FDA approved fillers on the market to address all different areas of the face. Depending on the area of concern, your practitioner can suggest which is best for you. During your consultation, a detailed assessment of your face will be performed by our Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. Patients can have their injections performed the same day as consultation if desired. Common areas for filler include the lips, smile lines, cheeks, and chin. Fillers are used to add or replace volume, smooth lines, and create a more youthful and energetic look.
Your Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner can help you select the right product for your face and expectations. Our current fillers available include Juvederm and Restylane Lines.
Fillers can last between 6-18 months.
Fillers replace or add volume.
Intravenous (IV) Hydration Therapy is the process of administering fluids and nutrients directly into your bloodstream which allows your body to rehydrate and re-energize more fully. Only a percentage of oral vitamins and minerals, as well as oral hydration solutions, can be absorbed by the body due to the digestion process whereas IV Hydration Therapy allows 100% of the nutrients to be absorbed by your body.
Most people are chronically dehydrated. IV Hydration Therapy boosts your energy, immunity, and lifestyle within 24-72 hours after treatment.
Traditional pain management treatments such as prescription medication under the supervision of a licensed healthcare provider is a service you may need. Depending on the severity of the care, our team of experts can provide the care you need to get back to your day-to-day life.
Medication is carefully supervised and regular lab work is performed to ensure each patient’s needs are met. Additional treatments, including infusions and massage therapy, may be incorporated into a patient’s overall care to get the patient back to a thriving, full life.
Ketamine infusion therapy is effective in over 70% of patients with treatment-resistant psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and bipolar disorder, or debilitating chronic pain disorders like CRPS, fibromyalgia, diabetic nerve pain, and migraine headaches. Administered by a medical professional, ketamine infusion therapy helps patients to reclaim their lives and live pain-free.
Neuromuscular Massage therapy (NMT) also known as Medical Massage Therapy (MMT) are manual techniques a Licensed Massage Therapist uses to provide correction to muscle dysfunctions in the body to help relieve chronic pain. Chronic pain can be debilitating, with the right protocol and technique MMT can elevate 95% of recurring pain. The goal is to find the source of dysfunction and create a treatment plan specific to you.