Our new and improved
A 10 week, medically supervised weight loss program that provides individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to lose unhealthy weight and keep it off.

The basic plan starting at $199 ( or your healthy benefit when you sign up for membership ) features a thorough initial intake visit to assess every aspect of the clients lifestyle, 3 or more additional follow ups with our Registered Dietitian*, as well as a fitness assessment and body scan evaluation at our partnering gym elevate Health & Performance.

The program offers four different intensity levels to choose from; some of which include fitness sessions, access to a video exercise database, and even massages!

*number of visits based on your insurance plan
Drug Free Pain Management
By: Charlotte Scott
One of the top reasons patients come in to see their primary care provider is because they are having musculoskeletal pain or chronic pain. It is common for patients to want a “quick fix” or something that will take away their pain immediately, but non-pharmacologic pain management often has better outcomes and better long-term pain control. Additionally, it has been shown that the long-term use of pain medications have diminishing effects over time and can cause other chronic health problems.
Pain, especially chronic pain, does not always correlate to the physical state of the body but there are many contributing factors including sleep, nutrition, stress, and emotions. A non-pharmacologic approach to pain management includes, but is not limited to, physical therapy, exercise, acupuncture, and psychotherapy.

  • Physical therapy: Physical therapists are highly trained and skilled in assessment and diagnosis of causes of pain. They can prescribe exercises targeting your specific impairments and help you with lifestyle modifications and pain management strategies that can safely decrease pain symptoms. The results from physical therapy often have long-term benefits.

Read about the other three non-pharmacologic approaches to pain management here .
Jennifer Dalponte
Jennifer Dalponte has been a licensed medical aesthetician for over 20 years! Her passion for skin care started as a teenager when she struggled from severe acne and post acne pigmentation. Her skin's struggles and frustrations motivated her to want to learn as much as she could about the largest organ of our body, our skin.
Jen has worked as an aesthetician in luxury spas, dermatology offices, plastic surgeon offices and medical spas. Her experience is in microdermabrasion, microneedling with PRP (vampire facial), IPL facials, laser hair removal, chemical peels, detox and acne treatments as well as eyebrow design. Read the rest of Jen's bio here !

Dermacenter's Skincare Tip of the Month: IPL
By: Jennifer Dalponte
Before we get into all the reasons why an IPL photofacial is great, let’s cover the basics. For starters, an IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) therapy is used to treat sun damage, wrinkles, stretch marks and age spots. IPL is also known as photorejuvenation or photofacial. Treatments can be used to erase mild sun damage, brown spots, freckles or irregular pigmentation on the face, neck, chest, hands, arms, shoulders, back and legs. If you suffer from severe acne and experience issues combating the redness and inflammation caused by acne, IPL treatments can help. IPL can help eliminate large pores and thus reduce the appearance of acne on your skin without the need to constantly apply topical products that dry out the skin.

If you suffer from rosacea or any other type of skin condition that diffuses redness into the skin, IPL photofacial therapy is a great treatment solution for reducing the appearance of redness and helping create an even and natural complexion. Have you noticed any broken capillaries around your nose or on your cheeks? We can treat those with an IPL photofacial!

Finish the article about IPL here .

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