MEET OUR HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROVIDERS
Search for doctors, healthcare, wellness providers, dentists, spas, life coaches, addiction specialists, radiologists, chiropractors, pain management specialists, cosmetic dentistry and much more in Monmouth County NJ area.
Reclaim Your Health Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Tinton Falls NJ Christine Cernera, owner of Reclaim Your Health is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Restorative Wellness Practitioner and Licensed RESTART Instructor. Her goal is to empower individuals to reclaim their health through nutrition/lifestyle education and support. Christine believes that we can become healthy and maintain health with nutrition and lifestyle changes. She will create an individualized plan for you after getting to know you, your health goals and your lifestyle. Whether is it is weight loss or a specific health concern, Christine will be your partner to support you in achieving your goals. Services & Programs Gut Healing Protocol The Reclaim Your Health Gut Healing Protocol is a 3-4 month protocal that addresses digestive function, gut microbiome balance and food sensitivities that could be contributing to your symptoms. GI MAP stool testing and MRT food sensitivity testing is combined with your health history and symptom presentation (past and present) to create a protocol specifically for your needs. Nutritional Evaluation This will include a health history, the completion of an online symptom assessment and analysis, as well as a food journal evaluation. You will be provided with customized recommendations for nutrition, lifestyle […]
Atlantic Medical Imaging (AMI) is a quality driven medical imaging practice committed to clinical excellence by providing innovative service and compassionate care that exceeds expectations. Dr. Nancy Ibrahim is a board certified fellowship trained women’s imager who is committed to providing the highest quality of diagnostic imaging services to patients and referring clinicians.
Our Address: 901 West Main Street, Suite 240, Freehold NJ Telephone: (833) 425-8247 Email: centralscheduling@ANSDocs.com Web: https://altairhealth.com/ Jagjeet Singh, MD Pain Management and Spine Specialist Freehold NJ Dr. Jagjeet Singh is a recognized leader in advanced interventional pain management who is passionate about helping patients with chronic pain. He is one of the leading spine experts at Altair Health, where some of the nation’s most advanced spine experts are revolutionizing spine care in New Jersey. Dr. Singh specializes in treating all types of chronic pain, complex regional pain syndrome and failed back surgery syndrome and is a key opinion leader in neuromodulation, including spinal cord stimulation and neuromodulation for diabetic neuropathy and chemotherapy-induced neuropathy. Dr. Singh is a native of New Jersey. He earned his medical degree at St. George’s University School of Medicine, held an internship in internal medicine at Cooper University Hospital, completed his residency at Boston University Medical Center and completed his fellowship at the University of Vermont. Services Interventional pain management Specialties Dr. Singh’s specialties include: Chronic pain management Epidural injections Radiofrequency ablation Percutaneous disc techniques Vertebroplasty Neuromodulation Neuropathy Complex regional pain syndrome Failed back surgery syndrome Spinal cord stimulation Hospital Affiliations CentraState Medical Center Education […]
Dr. Nadeem A. Baig, of Monmouth Gastroenterology, a division of Allied Digestive Health, is one of six specially trained doctors in the field of gastroenterology at the practice. His specialties include liver disease, gallbladder, biliary tract and pancreatic disorders, and gastrotestinal cancers.
Colts Neck Stem Cells is New Jersey’s premiere regenerative medical office. We are the gold standard in stem cell therapy and exosome therapy. We offer stem cell therapy for joints, neuropathy, wound healing and to assist the body’s natural healing process for over 121 autoimmune diseases. Treatments for anti-aging, aesthetics and even sexual dysfunctions can all be accomplished with stem cell therapy and / or exosome therapy. Real scientific treatments from a laboratory that provides stem cells and exosomes which is FDA certified and licensed.
Dr. Manganaro is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, with over 15 year experience in private practice. During that time, he went on multiple trainings in holistic medical techniques which he progressively incorporated into his practice.
Atlantic Medical Imaging (AMI) is a quality driven medical imaging practice committed to clinical excellence by providing innovative service and compassionate care that exceeds expectations. Dr. Sunita Nankoo is a board certified fellowship trained women’s imager who is committed to providing the highest quality of diagnostic imaging services to patients and referring clinicians.
Dr. Lopez specializes in minimally invasive sports medicine and joint replacement. Dr. Lopez performs a variety of complex procedures in the upper and lower extremities including rotator cuff surgery, knee ligament surgery, and the direct anterior total hip replacement.
Dr. Alan L. Schechter is a board certified dermatologist. Dr Schechter was born and raised in New York City and, after years of training as a medical researcher and physician, now resides in Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Urgent Care Red Bank NJ The mission of Immediate Care is to consistently provide superior quality and compassionate care by combining medical expertise with understanding and sincerity. We offer cost-effective and convenient services while consistently focusing on exceptional patient treatment. Our goal is to provide outstanding care every day, every visit, one patient at a time. COVID-19 TESTING INFORMATION: Immediate Care is currently offering COVID-19 testing/antibody testing and pre-surgical COVID testing. (Please Note: *Red Bank COVID Testing for non symptomatic patients only) PLEASE CALL TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT AT 1-855-WALK-INS, (1-855-925-5467) EXTENSION 0. Click Here To Schedule Services Ear Infections Bladder Infections Influenza Cough/Cold Stomach Flu Respiratory Illness Asthma Allergies Fever Minor Burns Minor Rashes and Skin Infections Sports Injuries Cuts/Minor Lacerations Sprains Animal/Insect Bites Fractures Back Pain Wound Care We commonly perform X-Rays Blood Tests Urine Tests Stitches Call 911 if you are experiencing a life-threatening medical condition Specialty Services VACCINES/IMMUNIZATIONS We offer a variety of wellness, travel, and flu vaccines on a walk-in basis. Please contact your local center to learn more. We do not treat children under the age of 2 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH We offer a range of pre-employment testing and exams, DOT exams, and treatment of work-related injuries […]
Read articles from local Monmouth County NJ Doctors.
What is a Metabolic Detoxification? By Dan Cardellichio DC, MS.
People either swoon or cringe when they hear the word “detox.” Some think it might be drinking lemons and water, sitting in a sauna, or maybe doing a juice fast. However, within Functional Medicine, detox has a specific definition: it is the process of reducing the body’s toxic load by lessening exposure to harmful chemicals we are taking in, while simultaneously implementing nutrition and lifestyle strategies to promote efficient elimination of toxins from the body. Food can be a large part of a toxic load in the body. Individuals have a specific biochemistry and metabolism. As such, certain foods can cause an inflammatory response that can lead to a chronic lifestyle disease such as type II diabetes or an autoimmune condition. Simple blood tests in the form of food sensitivity testing can be extremely helpful in determining what foods you should be eating and what foods you should be avoiding. Therefore, the first step of detoxification can be done, in part, by lessening the immune system load by removing reactive foods from the diet. The gold standard for this removal is the aptly named “elimination diet”, which is a simplified list of foods to eat and foods to exclude as […]
After Debilitating Series of Misdiagnoses, South Jersey Dentist Learns to Walk Again Following Neurosurgery
In a matter of months, Robert Karasek, DMD went from seeing patients and exercising every day to barely being able to walk. A South Jersey dentist who was practicing for 28 years, Dr. Karasek was more accustomed to being a healthcare provider than a patient, but his own medical journey – which spans more than two years – started when he began experiencing slight numbness in his hands. Initially, he was diagnosed by an orthopedic practice with carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition dentists are known to be at increased risk for given the stress of the profession on their hands. He received corticosteroid injections in both wrists but didn’t feel any improvement. While the numbness was still somewhat present, it wasn’t interfering with Dr. Karasek’s work or daily life until about a year later when the numbness got much worse. That’s when he went to see a hand surgeon. The surgeon’s EMG showed he didn’t have carpal tunnel after all. The diagnosis was that he had a type of neuropathy, or nerve damage that can cause numbness or pain. “At that point, I was in a lot of pain,” explains Dr. Karasek. “I was physically getting worse and in addition […]
ANS | ALTAIR HEALTH PROVIDES CUTTING-EDGE SPINE AND NEUROVASCULAR CARE AT NEW EATONTOWN LOCATION
Eatontown, NJ – To conveniently deliver top spine and neurovascular care to more patients in and around Monmouth County, ANS | Altair Health has opened a new location at 4 Industrial Way W in Eatontown, NJ. Here, patients have access to recognized neurosurgeons specializing in spine care and cerebrovascular disease, including conditions like strokes and brain aneurysms. The facility will also be built out to support onsite outpatient procedures and physical therapy. “We’re excited to further expand our presence in Monmouth County as we help patients and their loved ones navigate complex – often critical – medical conditions,” says John Knightly, MD, president of ANS | Altair Health. “Leveraging the power of integrated, evidence-based care, we improve outcomes and deliver convenience, so patients can focus on what matters most.” ANS | Altair Health’s office locations now include: Eatontown, NJ Freehold, NJ Jefferson, NJ Morristown, NJ Pompton Plains, NJ Somerville, NJ Summit, NJ Wayne, NJ In addition, ANS | Altair Health’s facilities include: The Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center – Overlook Medical Center (Summit, NJ) and Morristown Medical Center The Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center brings the most comprehensive and innovative treatments to benign and malignant tumors of the […]
Shouldering Shoulder Pain By Marshall P. Allegra, M.D.
Now that the world is opening up a bit, especially for outdoor activities, certain body parts and joints may be making themselves known to you. Most have had it very easy for the last 4-5 months and do not share your exuberance to resuming your athletic life. One particularly cranky one can be your shoulders, especially if you play golf, tennis, baseball, volleyball or even if you swim. You do not have to play a contact sport like football to get injured. Repetitive motion can make joints irritable. We rely on our shoulders to support many of our most basic motions, including pushing, pulling, lifting, and throwing. Anything you do with repetitive or strenuous motion can impair functionality, range of motion, and cause you pain. Be on the lookout for signs of: Shoulder Arthritis– loss of the normal cartilage (smooth surfaces) that line your shoulder joint. This makes moving your shoulder and arm painful and inflamed. If you have trouble lifting your arm, hear a clicking when you do, or have pain, stiffness, or redness in the area…it could be a sign. Frozen Shoulder– the capsule of connective tissue that surrounds the shoulder thickens and contracts which leads to stiffness […]
Read healthy tips from healthcare and Wellness providers in Monmouth County NJ
Are Your Running Shoes Over The Hill? When To Retire Your Kicks
There’s a lot of controversy over when to retire your running shoes. Do you wear them until holes form in the bottom? Do you give them up after a set number of miles? After a particular period of time? Your personal fitness level can also have an impact. Everyone has their own opinions – but here’s when we suggest you should retire your kicks in order for you to get the most of them…without harming yourself or your workout. Why should you make sure you’re retiring those shoes at the right time? Wearing them too long can actually lead to injury – and harm your running stance! Shoes that are too old will put excess stress on your body, which could lead to injuries like fractures, sprains, and tendinitis. You want to ditch your old shoes before the insoles break down entirely – without them, it’s like driving a car without shocks. There’s nothing to absorb any of the pressure that happens when you run, which means it’ll all fall on your joints. Most experts say that this happens between 300-600 miles, and it’ll be different depending on how you run, where you run, and what type of shoe you wear. […]
How to Prepare for Flu Season
PREVENTION Stop the Flu from spreading to you Get your flu vaccine as soon as possible. Flu shots now available at all Immediate Care locations while supplies last. Wash your hands often with warm water and soap. Keep surfaces clean of germs (computer keyboard, phone, counter tops, etc.) Cover your nose and mouth when you or others sneeze and cough. SYMPTOMS Be aware! The following flu symptoms start suddenly, while colds progress gradually Watery and red eyes Runny nose Sore throat Aches in your muscles and joints Dry cough Extreme fatigue or weakness Fever Chills throughout your body and/or sweating TREATMENT Tips to Fight the Flu Get plenty of rest Drink lots of fluids and eat light foods Avoid contact with other people especially children and the elderly Don’t wait! Seek medical attention for antiviral drugs that will decrease the length and severity of the flu. The first dose should be taken within 48 hours of your symptoms Stop by any of our Immediate Care locations, seven days a week, if you show signs of the flu. IMMEDIATE CARE LOCATIONS
7 Ways Your Body Benefits from Lemon Water
Overview Lemon water is all the rage these days. Many restaurants serve it routinely, and some people start their day with lemon water instead of coffee or tea. There’s no doubt lemons are delicious, but does adding them to water make you healthier? Much of the evidence supporting lemon water’s health benefits is anecdotal. Little scientific research has been done specifically on lemon water, but research exists on the benefits of lemon and water separately. Here are seven ways your body may benefit from lemon water. 1. It promotes hydration According to the Food and Nutrition Board, general guidelines say that women should get at least 91 ounces per day and men should get at least 125 ounces. This includes water from food and drinks. Water is the best beverage for hydration, but some people don’t like the taste of it on its own. Adding lemon enhances water’s flavor, which may help you drink more. 2. It’s a good source of vitamin C Citrus fruits like lemons are high in vitamin C, a primary antioxidant that helps protect cells from damaging free radicals. You’ve probably heard that vitamin C may help prevent or limit the duration of the common cold […]
Pumpkin Spice Biscuits (Gluten-free, Dairy-Free Option)
Reclaim Your Health Christine Cernera, FNTP, RWP Functional Nutritional & Restorative Wellness Practitioner christinecernera.com firstname.lastname@example.org (732) 513-7248 Pumpkin Spice Biscuits (Gluten-free, Dairy-Free Option) You may still be sipping margaritas but I am ready for Fall and pumpkin spice! These biscuits are mildly sweet and are great with a latte or cup of tea. Ditch the coffee house versions which are loaded with refined sugar/flour and unhealthy processed vegetable oils. This recipe is also versatile and can be customized to your liking! See notes below the recipe for additional flavor ideas and a vegan option. Ingredients: 2 cups almond flour (I use Bob’s super fine almond flour. Almond meal will result in a coarser biscuit) 2 tsp aluminum free baking powder 1/4 tsp sea salt 1 tsp cinnamon ½ cup pumpkin puree 3 tablespoons maple syrup or honey 1 tsp. vanilla 2 eggs 4 tablespoons melted butter or ghee (dairy free option: coconut oil or avocado oil) Optional add-ins: ¼ cup of dairy-free chocolate chips (to keep dairy-free use Enjoy Life dairy-free chocolate chips or Lily’s dark chocolate chips for refined sugar free)), ¼ cup chopped walnuts or pecans Directions: Preheat the oven to 250 degrees. Line baking sheet with […]
3 ways to boost eye health amid virtual learning
(BPT) – Whether students are attending class in person, virtually or a hybrid version of both, there’s one thing everyone has in common: a lot more education will be happening digitally. Screens are a valuable tool in education, but they also can have health implications, including stress on the eyes. Students of all ages are spending more time on computers, tablets and phone screens in general, but COVID-19 has accelerated this use. In recent months, screen time for kids has increased by 500% as virtual learning was introduced and parents continue to work from home. This is having a direct impact on eye health. Fortunately, there are simple ways families can support eye health and position students for success no matter what school shapes up to be this year: Take breaks and set limits Have a family meeting to get everyone on board for following the 20/20/20 rule. For every 20 minutes you are using a screen you need to take at least 20 seconds to look away at something that is at least 20 feet away. This allows the eyes to rest and refocus, helping to prevent strain. If everyone is working at the same time in the house, […]
WHAT’S FOR BREAKFAST!!!!!
PALEO BUTTERNUT SQUASH BREAKFAST BOWL Who loves a good breakfast bowl? This butternut bowl is delicious, and you just cannot go wrong. 🙂 This super easy breakfast bowl is not only nutritious and taste amazing. Bake my squash ahead of time- like the day before, then when morning dawns, I can just whip up a bowl like this in no time. INGREDIENTS Base 1 large butternut squash cooked (see notes on how to make) 1/4 cup full fat canned coconut milk 1/4 cup almond butter optional 1 teaspoon vanilla optional Toppings 2 large bananas sliced 1-2 cups blueberries 1/4 cup pumpkin seeds pumpkin pie spice to taste How to bake butternut squash: Preheat oven to 400F. Cut squash in half lengthwise and set facedown on a baking tray with 1/2″ water. Bake on 400F until when poked with a fork is soft, but not mushy (about 40-60 minutes, depending on the size of your squash). In a food processor, blend ingredients for base until smooth. Transfer to bowls and add toppings before serving. Squash can be stored in fridge throughout the week for easy meal prep! Dan Cardellichio, DC, MS 46 Newman Springs Road East Red Bank, NJ 732-219-8699 http://drdancardellichio.com/ […]
FEATURED HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROVIDER
Reclaim You Health Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Tinton Falls NJ
Christine Cernera, owner of Reclaim Your Health is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Restorative Wellness Practitioner and Licensed RESTART Instructor.
Her goal is to empower individuals to reclaim their health through nutrition/lifestyle education and support. Christine believes that we can become healthy and maintain health with nutrition and lifestyle changes. She will create an individualized plan for you after getting to know you, your health goals and your lifestyle. Whether is it is weight loss or a specific health concern, Christine will be your partner to support you in achieving your goals.
Happy 108th Birthday Anna Del Priore By Lori Draz
September 5 marks the 108th birthday of Anna Del Priore. Amazing? Just wait, that’s just the start. This sweet, smiling centenarian has become a national celebrity. You see, at age 6, Anna Del Priore recovered from the Spanish Flu. This June, in her 107th year, Anna beat the odds again. She has recovered from COVID-19. Still not amazing enough? Anna’s sister Helen, who lives in Queens, is 105 and she too has also recently recovered from COVID-19 after surviving the Spanish Flu in her early childhood. Anna became a media sensation. Her story was covered on Fox News, Forbes, the Hill, The Asbury Park Press and many other news outlets, but to the staff of Brighton Gardens of Middletown, Anna has always been a star. Anna attributes, dancing and being active as part of her formula for her incredible longevity. She and her late husband, Frank, loved to dance. Frank was a professional tango dancer, and Anna still loves to dance. Until the age of 100 Anna would make a daily mile walk to meet up with friends for coffee at McDonald’s. Anna’s family says she made dinner every night for her family and she was always moving. She’d walk […]
READY TO DROP THE BALL by Stephen Dick
WARNING BEFORE READING! Please hold this article at least six feet from your face for social distancing. (Kidding). I don’t know about you, but I am ready to drop the ball. What ball? The ball that annually drops at Times Square on December 31st. You know, the ball that says good-bye to the Old and welcomes in the New. In other words, good-bye 2020 and hello 2021. Look, I am not one who wants to rush the calendar but to this author, the year 2020 cannot end any faster. As years go, this has been an awful year. Although I guess it could have been worse, but it really would be hard to imagine. From an unexpected GOD-awful virus (Covid 19) that hit us in February creating chaos in taking lives, wrecking an economy, and generally resulting in a state of uncertainty changing our lives. Hey, it is 2020. Now we need to protect ourselves and our neighbors by taking precaution measures such as wearing a face mask. Its’ something we must get used to, like self-isolating, ordering food to be delivered or picked up, eating outdoors at our favorite restaurants (if available) until the rules change. Getting used to […]
WHO STOLE SUMMER? by Stephen Dick
WARNING BEFORE READING! Please hold this article at least six feet from your face for social distancing and wear a mask. (Kidding). Guess we all know the answer to this legitimate question about summer. Psst, it’s Covid-19. I mean just 12 months ago (last summer) we could genuinely enjoy all the normal activities associated with this traditional and delightful time of the year without the incredible restrictions that have now been placed upon us. Of course, we can agree that these restrictions are in place to keep our population safe and healthy. I believe that’s a given. However, I know to many of us something is missing, maybe it’s the overall “spirit of summer”. You know it is the time of the year when we look forward to simply unwinding. But having experienced the mandated 3 to 4 months quarantine simply the ability to get out of our homes equates to unwinding. We do not have the ability to travel safely from destination to destination, to eat inside a favorite restaurant, to get onto a beach without waiting in line due to limitations, to enjoy a swim in a community pool, to go to a sporting event, to participate in […]
Pet-friendly design tips
(BPT) – Whether you’re dreaming of a complete home remodel or a simple decor update, you may not be factoring your pets in your decision-making and overall design process. But how many times have you regretted a furniture or upholstery choice once Fido or Fluffy got their paws (and fur) on it? You can make any room look more stylish, even if you have a chronic shedder or scratcher living in your home. All it takes is a little planning and some research on the best products to stand up to your furry family members. “No matter how you want to update or refresh your home, it’s best to be proactive by considering the amount of traffic, the overall purpose the room serves and what kind of wear your room will endure from people and pets,” says Katie Allen, design and trend director at LL Flooring. “Then pick products and furnishings that will both look great and stand the test of time.” Here are some tips for your next remodel, ensuring you and your pets will love the new space: Start with a durable base Changing up your flooring can completely transform the look of the room, but you have […]
5 tips for keeping your dog more active
(BPT) – Face it, getting enough exercise is tough for everyone, and it’s certainly true when it comes to our pets. The amount of exercise your dog may need varies, depending on the age, size and breed, but most dogs need more exercise than they’re getting, especially during the colder months when we all prefer to stay indoors. Consult your veterinarian for guidelines about how much exercise your dog should be getting to stay in top condition, then make a plan to add more pep to your dog’s step. Dr. Jeff Weber, Emmy award-winning celebrity veterinarian, says that play and exercise are key to keeping our four-legged friends healthy: “Just like humans, there is a strong correlation to obesity in pets when they eat more and exercise less. In fact, it has been estimated that up to 50 percent of dogs and cats in this country are overweight or, worse yet, obese. It’s important to get your pet up and moving.” What are the best ways to keep your pup — and you — active and moving? 1. Vary your walking route When you’re walking your dog, switch up the route now and then to keep it more interesting for […]
The real science behind your pet’s food
(BPT) – Pet owners will do just about anything they can to keep their furry friends happy and healthy, which is why the vast majority of pet owners say they’re concerned about the ingredients in their pet’s food. Based on a quality and safety Purina survey conducted in 2017, 84 percent of pet owners are concerned about the ingredients in their pet’s food, and more than four out of five pet owners are likely to read the list of ingredients in pet food before buying it. Yet many dog and cat owners are often confused about what constitutes safe and healthy food, have misperceptions about ingredients, and aren’t clear about what types of nutrients their pets need. A lot of thought has been put into the ingredients in the pet food you see on shelves and online, including many backed by full teams of scientists who work every day to create nutritional breakthroughs that will help pets of all ages live their best life. Pet food science A lot of research goes into developing food — both for pets and humans — and much of this innovation was born out of necessity. Since pets clearly have different nutritional needs than […]
Oh deer! How to keep hungry herbivores out of your yard all year-round
Oh, deer! Keep hungry herbivores on the move with a year-round spray protection program (BPT) – Few sights make homeowners more furious than an attractive landscape destroyed virtually overnight by hungry deer. Rose bushes and ornamentals? Nipped off every bud. Expensive shrubs? Browsed within an inch of their lives. Trees? Damaged, disfigured and sometimes dead. Deer — and their wilder relatives, moose and elk — usually leave a path of destruction in their wake, and even winter can’t calm the carnage. In fact, as cold weather descends, deer shift their sights to your most expensive and difficult-to-replace trees, evergreens and shrubbery. However, you can strike a blow against deer’s voracious appetites by maintaining a year-round program of defense with easy-to-use Bobbex Deer Repellent foliar spray. The product is an environmentally friendly, nontoxic and long-lasting deer deterrent that’s safe for people, pets, wildlife and aquatic life. Ingredients include putrescent eggs, fishmeal, fish oil, garlic and other natural ingredients — all materials that offend a deer’s sensitive sense of smell and taste. Additional ingredients such as urea and Epsom contain natural fertilizer components which are beneficial for all plantings. The product mimics predator scents, which deer have an aversion to, and is […]
Health & Beauty
Lotus Spa Hydrafacial
You Jersey girls and boys are so resilient, you quarantined for months and as soon as they got the okay, you headed to the great outdoors to get some well-deserved rest, relaxation, and fun in the sun. You had your fun, but damage was done. A tan may look beautiful compared to winter pallor, but that golden color is due to an injury to the top layer of your skin. Even without a sunburn, your day at the beach could result in photoaging or sun-damage. As damage builds up, you may see lines and dry patches. That tennis game was killer, but it added to your skin’s natural oil build-up, leaving you a sweaty mess. Your tan no longer gives you a healthy glow. The sun is no friend to your skin, but water certainly is. Getting a Hydrafacial can restore the youth and beauty to your skin in 30 minutes. It is a wonderful quick fix to address all skincare needs: Fine lines & Wrinkles Elasticity & Firmness Even Skin tone & Vibrancy Skin Texture Hyperpigmentation Oily & Congested Skin Enlarged Pores Dehydrated Skin The HydraFacial is the only hydradermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration, and antioxidant […]
Lip Augmentation Monmouth County
Make Your RE-ENTRANCE Lip Injections Monmouth County When your lips begin to look thinner and pressed, you look old and very unhappy. At Lotus Health and Aesthetic Medical Institute, Dr. Singh, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, performs lip augmentation on people living in Red Bank, and the surrounding communities in Monmouth County to plump their lips giving them a softer, younger-looking smile and appearance. The goal with lip augmentation is to look subtly natural and come more in line with the other parts of the face. What is Lip Augmentation? Lip augmentation is a specialized procedure in which volume is added to thin lips to soften and reshape them and enhance the face using dermal fillers injected into the lips. Lip augmentation can be performed using various methods such as Dermal Fillers, Fat Transfer or Lip Implants. Dr Singh performs most lip augmentation using Injectable Dermal Fillers such as Juvéderm or Restylane. Injectable fillers are the least invasive and require no downtime. Benefits of Lip Augmentation Lip augmentation plumps the lips to create a softer smile and offers the following benefits: Lessens the appearance of fine lines around the mouth Minimal downtime Long-lasting results Improved self-image Who is the Best Candidate […]
Meet the Doctors of Lotus Health and Aesthetics Institute
As with much in life, not all Medi Spas are created equal. In fact, a Medi Spa is only as good as the professionals who personally involve themselves with your care. It is for this very reason we want you to Meet Our Doctors virtually, so when you do come in for treatment, you come with confidence and no reservations whatsoever. Dr. Amarpreet Singh, MD Medical Director We are fortunate to have this Manhattan based Board-Certified cosmetic surgeon bring his beliefs in a unique holistic approach to aesthetic medicine that combines diet and nutrition with his cosmetic and surgical procedures to our state-of-the-art facility. His surgical practice in Manhattan involves care of trauma, congenital, and cancer-related reconstructive procedures. Dr Singh is highly trained in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with a focus on Reconstructive Plastic Surgery for the upper face, as well as a fellowship centered on Cosmetic Surgery of the neck and face. Additionally, Dr. Singh is one of the select few surgeons worldwide who has trained in not only plastic surgery around the eyes but is also a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. His training […]
A breast reduction or reduction mammoplasty, is often covered by health insurance. It can be a cosmetic procedure if someone simply would like smaller breasts. However, because there is typically pain, a breast reduction can be considered a medially necessary surgery. Breast reduction surgery is a procedure that removes excess fat, tissue, and skin to create a breast size more proportionate with a women’s body size. A breast reduction is sought after by women who have disproportionally large breasts. This may cause them physical pain and emotional distress. “Many of my patients have been helped by breast reduction. For years, these women have struggled with neck and back pain, indentations on their shoulders from bras, and skin irritations. Additionally, large breasts can cause women to feel self conscious, limit their physical activity, and make choosing clothing difficult. By reducing the size of their breasts, we can relieve pain and lift spirits,” said Dr. Said A Samra, founder of Samra Plastic Surgery. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of a breast reduction is about $5500 plus anesthesia and surgical facility costs. These costs my be covered by health insurance providers. The individual will need to get […]
Health And Wellness Savings
Colts Neck Stem Cell New Customer Offer 30% OFF Your First PRP Treatment
Colts Neck Stem Cell New Customer Offer 30% OFF Your First PRP Treatment
15% Off Services Lotus Health & Aesthetics
15% Off Services Lotus Health & Aesthetics Lotus Health and Aesthetics Red Bank Call for Appmt (732) 219-8699 New Customers Only, One Per Person/Service
Free 15 Minute Consultation Dr. Dr. Dan Cardellichio
Dr. Dan Cardellichio DC, MS, holds a Master of Science Degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport . As an expert in Clinical Nutrition and Functional Medicine., he is, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Bridgeport – Nutrition Institute – where he teaches to advise the next generation of Clinical Nutritionists. Diabetes, heart health, thyroid disorders, and autoimmune diseases are but a few conditions that functional nutrition plays a vital role. He is a Leader and Educator in the field of Metabolic Nutrition and Functional Biochemistry. In addition he has extensive experience in treating herniated discs, sprain/strain injuries, complex pain syndromes, and cases involving motor vehicle accidents. Dr. Cardellichio provides a multidisciplinary approach to non-surgical neuro-muscular-skeletal conditions. Email: email@example.com Address: 46 Newman Springs Road East, Red Bank NJ 07701 Phone: 732-219-8699 Mobile: 917-608-5896 Web Site: http://drdancardellichio.com/
Strengthen your Immunity with Nutrition. 15% off our Immune Boosting Vitamins!
There is a 15% discount on these six nutritional products that can help – all six for nutrients for 154.75! Inflavonoid Intensive Care® features highly bioavailable CurQfen® (curcumin and fenugreek) and XNT ProMatrix® (xanthohumol), which may help support the body’s response to oxidative stress and other stressors. It also offers boswellia and ginger extracts, which may help support the body’s immune response. D3 5,000 + K provides 5,000 IU per softgel of vitamin D (as D3), designed for greater absorption. This high potency formula also includes bioavailable forms of vitamin K2 (menaquinone-7) to complement vitamin D. PhytoMulti® takes you beyond basic wellness support. It has a proprietary blend of 13 concentrated extracts and phytonutrients with scientifically tested biological activity to support cellular health and overall wellness. Ultra Potent-C® 1000 is a proprietary, patented vitamin C formula that features a buffered delivery system designed to help prevent the potential stomach upset sometimes associated with high vitamin C intake. Ultra Potent-C 1000 may help support healthy immune function and is a good source of antioxidants from vitamin C. Preliminary scientific research suggests that vitamin C in the form of Ultra Potent-C may result in improved uptake of the vitamin by white blood […]