As essentially a facelift without any of the cumbersome surgery, non-surgical facelifts remove the plastic surgeon factor in place of a microcurrent which is used to stimulate the muscles in the face, ultimately helping patients look younger. This treatment joins the plethora of services Dr. Mindel offers out of his office on East 58th Street in New York, including pain relief applications, holistic healthcare, nutritional medicine and chiropractic treatments.
“A non-surgical facelift can actually fair better than a surgical-based one because it is improving the skin cells and the molecular building blocks,” explains Mindel. “These types of facelifts are easily done inside our office and, best of all, there is no downtime because there is no surgery and no scars that require healing; patients can begin to see improvements within their skin quickly, allowing them to regain self-confidence and finally be satisfied with the image staring back at them in the mirror.”
At the heart of Dr. Mindel’s non-surgical procedure, a microcurrent is an element naturally produced in the body – it creates, according to Mindel and his staff, all of the energy used for nerve impulses and muscle movement. Often referred to as the “electrical system for the body” sparking an “ionic change across the cell membranes,” the microcurrent and its movements is what allows the cells to absorb the nutrients from the blood, while removing cellular waste. When “intercellular communication”
“One of the first things we work with our patients on is an evaluation of their skin to determine how the cells have been damaged,” adds Mindel. “Whether it’s sun, aging or various skin conditions, this will make it easier to use microcurrent to gently repair the skin by promoting a higher level of health throughout the bi-layers and dermal components.”
Further, according to Mindel, the benefits of non-surgical facelifts and using microcurrent are multi-faceted and include reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, improvement of skin texture, increase of natural production of elastin and collagen, scar repair assistance, reduction of inflammation, support of circulation and promotion of cell metabolism.
“Through surgery, only so much can be done,” concludes Mindel. “The slackened skin can be removed or tightened and fine lines and wrinkles can be removed, but the skin is still damaged – and this is often why people who decide to get a facelift need to go back again and again over time. To the contrary, my goal is to address the problem, not ‘Band-Aid’
Dr. Mindel’s office is located at 133 East 58th Street, Suite 505 in New York and can be reached by calling (212) 223-8683. For more information visit www.chiropractor-