Inland Northwest Health Services, Harvard Medical School, Sago Managed Service, & More Discuss Cloud Computing Solutions for Mobile Healthcare

Inland Northwest Health Services, Harvard Medical School, Sago Managed Service, & More Discuss Cloud Computing Solutions for Mobile Healthcare












New York, NY (PRWEB) August 01, 2011

The Institute for Health Technology Transformation announced today the speakers for their panel session entitled, “The hCloud at 30,000 Feet: Cloud Computing Solutions for Mobile Healthcare” at the Institute’s Health IT Summit in Seattle taking place August 15-16, 2011 at the Renaissance Seattle Hotel.

The panel will be moderated by Eric Wicklund, Senior Editor for Telehealth, Healthcare IT News, and speaking will be Peter Tonelatto, PhD, Center for Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School & Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Frederick Galusha, Chief Information Officer, Inland Northwest Health Services; Dr. Bob Bohn, Program Manager, Cloud Computing Reference Architecture, National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST); Mark Blatt, MD, MBA, Worldwide Director, Global Healthcare Strategy, Intel Corporation; and John Cox, Chief Information Officer, Sago Managed Service.

This panel will demonstrate that many remotely deployed applications that work on a laptop can also work on a mobile device in remote or virtual settings by using cloud computing through wireless technology.

“The Laboratory for Personalized Medicine has developed infrastructure, tools and methods to address the emerging and predicted needs of whole genome personalized medicine,” said Dr. Peter Tonelatto. “Now, we are focused on translating these tools to the clinical arena.”

The iHT2 Health IT Summit in Seattle is the premier executive summit focused on the strategies and tools that are re-defining customer care, collaboration and efficiency in the health care provider markets.

Sponsors and Partners for the 2011 iHT2 Health IT Summit in Seattle include: Absolute Software, Apixio, Catalyst Solutions, Carematix, Comcast, Drager, ICA, Intel, MMR Global, Nuance, Rubbermaid Healthcare, Sago Networks, Vidyo, vRad, AMDIS, CMIO, Continua Health Alliance, eHealth SmartBrief, Executive Insight, Frost & Sullivan, Healthcare IT News, HIMSS Washington State Chapter, IDC Health Insights, MarketsandMarkets, ReportsandReports, and SearchHealthIT.com.

About the Institute for Health Technology Transformation:

The Institute for Health Technology Transformation is the leading organization committed to bringing together private and public sector leaders fostering the growth and effective use of technology across the healthcare industry. Through collaborative efforts the Institute provides programs that drive innovation, educate, and provide a critical understanding of how technology applications, solutions and devices can improve the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare.

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Pentagon Document Calling Gays Mentally Ill: 65,000 Military Service Members Are Without Adequate Mental Health Care

Pentagon Document Calling Gays Mentally Ill: 65,000 Military Service Members Are Without Adequate Mental Health Care










Arlington, VA, (PRWEB) June 22, 2006 -–

A recently discovered Pentagon Instruction (1332.38) classifying homosexuality as a mental disorder, along with mental retardation, impulse control disorders and personality disorders, prompted swift response from several members of Congress in a letter to Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld calling for an immediate review. Nine members of the House Armed Services Committee asked the Department of Defense to update the classification noting that the American Psychiatric Association (APA) removed homosexuality from its list of mental illnesses in 1973.

“The classification of homosexuality as a mental disorder by the Department of Defense (DoD) in direct contradiction with the broader mental health community as well as social and medical research creates yet another significant barrier to over 65,000 gay service members seeking mental health care, responded Tony Smith, Executive Director of Military Community Services Network (MCSN), a non-profit organization focused on ensuring confidential social services are available to all service members regardless of sexual orientation or sexual identity.”

“Any barrier to service members seeking mental health services has a detrimental impact on unit cohesion and mission accomplishment. The inconsistent directions and implementation of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy as well as this outdated DoD instruction leaves active duty mental health providers to decide individually how and when to maintain confidentiality of the service members seeking counseling. Therefore, gay service members have no assurance of confidentiality, risking investigation and discharge based solely on their sexual orientation. The result is that many of the 65,000 service members don’t seek mental health care even when critically needed such as combat related stress or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after combat deployments, Mr. Smith continued.”

“It’s critical that active duty service members are able to access all of their health care benefits, including mental health care, replied Elizabeth Carr, Psy.D., Lieutenant Commander (IRR), Medical Service Corps, United States Navy.” Service members, who don’t feel they can speak freely to their military health care providers, generally won’t have alternative resources while deployed or stationed in remote locations. This leaves them to suffer in silence and potentially puts their unit’s readiness in jeopardy, Dr. Carr concluded.”

The topic stirs many different responses from mental health providers. “The fact that the Pentagon holds on to this scientifically debunked view that homosexuality is a “mental disorder” shows just how homophobic the military is and how dangerous it is for service members. Many gay and lesbian service members were well on their way to long and successful careers in the military when the DADT policy was put into effect. The real mental disorder is not homosexuality, but homophobia and extreme religiosity, passionately responded Tamara J. Hawk, a licensed specialist clinical social worker providing counseling to service members and veterans near Ft. Riley Kansas.”

“As the debate on DADT continues and regardless of where people fall on the issue, the fact remains there are thousands of gay service members who are serving honorably and deserve access to the best health care, said Mr. Smith. This is where MCSN stepped in and developed sensitivity training for military, civilian, and Veterans Health Administration (VHA) mental health providers that offer counseling to gay service members and veterans. This training, developed by former, retired, and reserve military mental health professionals, is intended to break down the barriers to accessing confidential mental health services. We are in the process of deploying the training to mental health providers in the communities surrounding military installations across the country. And mental health providers who share the concerns regarding breaking down barriers to accessing mental health care are all needed for the success of this effort.”

“As a U.S. Air Force veteran the motto ‘we take care of our own’ always stood out for me. And that is exactly what we work towards every day with MCSN. There are 65,000 of our own who sacrifice in military service every day. The least we owe them in return is to take care of their health concerns by providing access to confidential mental health and other medical services, Mr. Smith concluded.”

Military Community Services Network (MCSN) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that ensures confidential social services are available for all service members regardless of sexual orientation or sexual identity. If you are a mental health professional or volunteer and want to learn more about MCSN and our programs please visit our website at http://mcsn.org and contact us.

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Simply Retail Welcomes Chocolate Medical Ventures Chocolate Caf

Simply Retail Welcomes Chocolate Medical Ventures Chocolate Café as a Partner for the Simply Real Estate Service










Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) July 30, 2008

Simply Retail, the nation’s leader in customized healthcare retail systems, has entered into a partnership agreement with Memorial Health System of South Bend, in collaboration with Chocolate Medical Ventures Group. The Chocolate Café, operated by South Bend Chocolate Company and Memorial Health System of South Bend, will add to Simply Real Estate’s arsenal of food-service selections for hospitals and health systems interested in leased retail opportunities.

The Chocolate Café offers food and gift services in order to provide convenience and added value to the patient shopping experience. They offer healthy deli, candy, dessert and chocolate selections in a café or kiosk setting. The chocolate café model includes low-fat and sugar-free desserts, fresh custom salads, gourmet soups and of course, a wide variety of chocolate products.

Diane Stover, VP of Memorial Health System explained, “The Chocolate Café experience offers chocolate therapy, the newest type of “care” hospitals can provide patients, visitors and staff to enhance their visit.”

“Simply Retail is absolutely delighted to partner with Memorial Health System and Chocolate Medical Ventures Group,” said Kathy Husu, Vice President of Consulting Services at Simply Retail. “Our partnership is a no-brainer. The Chocolate Café is specifically customized for healthcare facilities, and we are excited to incorporate this concept into our upcoming client implementations.”

We expect patients, staff and visitors will judge if this concept is a good fit; we’re pretty sure they will love it!

About Chocolate Medical Ventures Group

In 2005, The South Bend Chocolate Company and Memorial Health Systems formed the Chocolate Café Medical Ventures Group to test the compatibility of the chocolate café experience in a medical setting. The experiment was a success and gave life to this innovative partnership created to help both companies establish market differentiation and generate new revenues.

For more information, please contact Diane Stover at dstover @ memorialsb.org, or visit http://www.chocolatemedicalventures.com.

About Simply Retail

Simply Retail was formed in 1994 and is the nation’s leading provider of Healthcare Retail. Based in Minneapolis, Simply Retail is a retail consultancy and management company with expertise in both retail planning and implementation, integrating retail operations with patient care through customized Retail Systems. In addition, Simply Retail has an alliance with a nationally recognized retail/healthcare architecture firm and has developed an in-house design department that creates customized design elements for each client. Simply Retail also has forged partnerships with POS vendors, concierge services and healthcare developers to create retail opportunities for hospitals, medical office buildings, ambulatory care centers, medi-spas, fitness centers and rehabilitation facilities across the nation.

For more information, please either contact Pam Donaby at 612-659-8200, ext. 10, or visit http://www.simplyretailinc.com.

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LaneChange.net Launches Service to Protect Businesses from Spam and Viruses

LaneChange.net Launches Service to Protect Businesses from Spam and Viruses










Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) June 7, 2004

LaneChange.Net, a complete Internet services solutions provider, announces a new online service that offers secure filtering and delivery of email to businesses that either operate their own email servers or are using email forwarding services for their own domain names.

“Spam, worms and viruses are costing companies thousands of dollars in lost productivity”, said Robert Schwartz, President of LaneChange.Net. “Every 4 minutes that an employee spends managing Spam, costs a businesses over 1% of salary expenses. Add to this the lost productivity bugs like viruses and worms cause when released onto a company network and these figures can easily double or triple.”

Built from the ground up for high-volume messaging environments, the email defense service, powered by MX Logic’s® Email Defense technology, provides around-the-clock email protection, automatically intercepting, analyzing and blocking malicious and unsolicited messages at the network perimeter-before they can enter the internal network. Using a filtering process that neither stores nor acknowledges receipt of an email message, email defense presents zero risk of message loss and virtually undetectable latency.

“The email defense service allows companies to take advantage of industrial strength Spam and virus filtering without hefty upfront costs or steep technical learning curve,” Schwartz said. “Network administrators and optionally end users, can manage Spam quarantines, white and black lists and can receive detailed reports of messages blocked by the service.”

In addition to its Spam and virus protection, the email defense service shields and conceals an organization’s messaging infrastructure, including the location of the customer’s mail servers, from the public Internet, removing the threat of network probes and providing robust protection from vulnerability and attack.

Email defense service pricing starts at $ 1 per email box, per month and is available now. For more information on email defense, see: http://www.lanechange.net/html/email_defense.shtml

About LaneChange.Net:

Since 2000, LaneChange.net (http://www.lanechange.net) has provided domain name registration, DNS hosting, email hosting, virus and Spam filtering services, backup email and other hosting services to more than 1,800 clients worldwide. LaneChange.net’s philosophy is customer-centric, which satisfies client’s requirements with a specific emphasis on personalized and timely customer service. LaneChange.net’s head office is located in Ottawa, Canada, with data center operations in Ottawa & Vancouver, Canada as well as Atlanta, USA.

For additional information contact:

Robert Schwartz

LaneChange.net

613-860-1667 ext.5

800-403-1963 ext.5

http://www.LaneChange.net

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LaneChange.net Protects Domain Name Registrants with New Privacy Service

LaneChange.net Protects Domain Name Registrants with New Privacy Service










Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) June 2, 2005

LaneChange.Net, a complete Internet services solutions provider, announces a new privacy service that protects the identity of domain name owners by replacing publicly accessible registrant data with generic contact information thereby making it more difficult for Spammers, telemarketers and other undesirable third parties to capture private domain owner information.

The Whois Privacy Service replaces existing owner contact information with generic information that directs inquiries to a special web site which then captures legitimate contact requests and forwards them to the real domain owner. Owners retain full control over their domains at all times, avoid exposure to excessive Spam, telephone or letter mail marketing and are alerted to contact requests.

“When someone registers a domain name, sensitive information such as the owner’s name, address, phone number and email address are placed in a publicly accessible database known as the Whois Database,” said Robert Schwartz, President of LaneChange.net. “This information is often accessed by Spammers, telemarketers or others and used for undesirable and sometimes illegal purposes. With this new service, domain name owners can now protect their sensitive personal contact information and retain complete control over their domain name for a minimal annual cost of $ 5.99 per year.”

The Whois Privacy Service is available for the following top level domains: .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .cc and .tv for clients with domain names registered through LaneChange.net. Whois Privacy Service is available to all domain owners by transferring domains to LaneChange.net.

For more information on the Whois Privacy Service, visit: http://www.lanechange.net/html/whois_privacy_service.shtml


For more information on transferring a domain name to LaneChange.net, visit: http://www.lanechange.net/html/failed_transfer_policy.shtml

About LaneChange.net:

Since 2000, LaneChange.net (http://www.lanechange.net) has provided domain name registration, DNS hosting, email hosting, virus and Spam filtering services, backup email and other hosting services to more than 2,500 clients worldwide. LaneChange.net’s philosophy is customer centric, which satisfies client’s requirements with a specific emphasis on personalized and timely customer service. LaneChange.net’s head office is located in Ottawa, Canada, with data center operations in Ottawa, Toronto & Vancouver, Canada as well as Atlanta, USA.

For additional information contact:

Robert Schwartz

LaneChange.net

613-860-1667 ext.5

800-403-1963 ext.5

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The Utility Company

The Utility Company® Creates Utility Service Provider “Triple-Digit Club” of Top Performing Franchisees










Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) December 23, 2009

The Utility Company, a leading provider of virtual IT service and support, today recognized its Utility Service Provider (USP) Triple-Digit Club of top performing franchisees for both financial performance and exceptional customer service. 20% of Utility Service Providers made the 2009 Triple-digit Club, which is calculated by annualized monthly profit divided by total investment in the business.

“The attraction of the managed services business model is building monthly recurring revenue. Unfortunately the cost and time to get there has traditionally been exorbitant,” stated Mark Scott, president and founder of The Utility Company. “In the new economy any investment an entrepreneur makes should be measurable and ultimately profitable. Our USP Triple-Digit Club focuses on what’s important – ROI.”

Many of the USP Triple-Digit Club contributed to The Utility Company’s growing list of customer success stories over the past two years – http://www.theutilitycompany.com/success. Key success factors of those franchisees that made the list include:

•Dedication to customer service by playing Virtual CIO trusted advisor role.

•Investment in sales and marketing activity including ongoing top of mind awareness.

•Leverage referrals and partnerships.

•Knowledge-based vertical focus.

“As franchise #1 (December 2006) its great to see The Utility Company continue to evolve our managed services business and look to the future of cloud computing,” stated Mark McIntyre of Greater Toronto Area Southwest. “Being recognized in the Triple-Digit Club is great, but even better is the quality of service we deliver to our customers. This ultimately determines the success of any business.”

USP Triple-Digit Club Webinar Series

The Utility Company will be hosting a monthly USP Triple-Digit Club member to discuss the secrets to their success. This webinar series will mainly focus on managed services sales and marketing strategies and techniques.

To register for an upcoming webinar please visit http://www.theutilitycompany.com/3D.

About The Utility Company®

The Utility Company® is a leading provider of virtual IT service and support for small and medium-sized businesses, delivering the required hardware, software and service for a monthly fixed fee per user. Our Connected Office® service program provides a single point of contact to deliver and manage technology, communications and vertical line of business applications – 95% Remote; 100% Proactive. Customers are supported by local Utility Service Providers delivering on-site service and business-technology consulting to reduce spending and increase utilization – our Beyond Managed Services® franchise opportunity is available by prospectus only. Learn how to make technology work for your business today at http://www.theutilitycompany.com.

For more information contact:

Aaron Bradley

Director of Marketing

1-866-My-Utility ext.7675

abradley (at) theutilitycompany (dot) com

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Nominate an NGO Performing Outstanding Public Health Work for the 2011 Clarence H. Moore Award for Excellence for Voluntary Service

Nominate an NGO Performing Outstanding Public Health Work for the 2011 Clarence H. Moore Award for Excellence for Voluntary Service











PAHO/PAHEF Awards for Excellence in Inter-American Public Health

WASHINGTON, DC (Vocus/PRWEB) April 12, 2011

To honor the achievements of volunteerism of outstanding non-governmental organizations working in Latin America and/or the Caribbean, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and Pan American Health and Education Foundation (PAHEF) invite you to nominate an outstanding organization for the 2011 Clarence H. Moore Award for Excellence for Voluntary Service.

The award celebrates the achievements of national or local non-governmental organizations with a high volunteer-to-staff ratio operating in Latin America and/or the Caribbean that are performing public health work.

Nominations may be submitted at http://www.pahef.org/moore. The full guidelines are also available at this URL.

The award consists of a cash prize, a certificate of honor, and a symbolic representation of the award. The awardee is invited to attend the annual meeting of the PAHO Directing Council and will be a guest of honor at PAHO/PAHEF’s awards program event in Washington, DC.

In 2010, The Peruvian League against Cancer won the award for its exceptional work in providing a range of screening and health services to combat cancer and save lives throughout Peru.

The Clarence H. Moore Award for Excellence for Voluntary Service is part of the Awards for Excellence in Inter-American Public Health Program, a joint initiative of PAHO and PAHEF.

About Clarence H. Moore

Clarence H. Moore, an American, joined the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1947 as an administrative officer in Geneva, where he was instrumental in setting up the WHO regional office structure. He served as executive director and chief operating officer of PAHEF from its inception in 1968 until his death in 1988. For most of that time, Mr. Moore served as a volunteer, accepting no salary for his work at PAHEF.

ABOUT THE AWARDS: The PAHO/PAHEF Awards for Excellence in Inter-American Public Health stimulate the growth of the next and rising generation of leaders working together to improve health and health care in the Americas. A jury of distinguished public health professionals reviews nominations and recommends a candidate for each award to the board of directors of the Foundation for final selection. The awards have the unique distinction of recognizing both established and emerging contributors to the field of public health within the Western Hemisphere. Throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, the awards are recognized as a career-defining achievement that brings honor and recognition.

ABOUT PAHO: The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) was established in 1902 and is the world’s oldest public health organization. It works with all the countries of the Americas to improve the health and quality of life of the people of the Americas and serves as the Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization (WHO).

ABOUT PAHEF: Founded in 1968, the Pan American Health and Education Foundation (PAHEF) is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) public charity that works with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and other strategic partners in the Americas to mobilize resources and jointly address key health, education, and training priorities. With a deep knowledge of major health concerns and strong relationships with key stakeholders in the region, PAHEF builds successful partnerships and projects that advance health in the Americas.

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The Utility Company? Adds Franchise in its Home Base of Ottawa – Former Employee Mike Knol Becomes Utility Service Provider

The Utility Company™ Adds Franchise in its Home Base of Ottawa – Former Employee Mike Knol Becomes Utility Service Provider










Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) March 7, 2007

The Utility Company, the leading provider of information technology as a utility to small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), today announced its latest Utility Service Provider (USP) franchise in the Ottawa West region of Ontario. Mike Knol, a former Utility franchise development representative, purchased the rights to the Ottawa West franchise based out of Kanata.

The Utility Company was founded to address the two major problems plaguing businesses today:


    Over-spending – the fact the average SMB spends $ 360 per user per month on technology for an industry total of $ 400 billion annually.

    Under-utilization – the fact that only 15% of this investment in technology is actually utilized by these businesses.

Small and medium-sized businesses tend to look at their information technology (IT) spending as simply a “cost of doing business” or a distraction to their main area of focus and expertise. To help businesses better understand IT, The Utility Company recently launched a free business-technology online assessment service called the Utility Meter Reading. This provides businesses a 360o view on spending and utilization in the five major areas of technology: network/desktop, business applications, Web/Internet, copier/printer and telecommunications.

“I enjoyed working at The Utility Company – and believed in the business so strongly, that I decided to open my own franchise,” said Mike Knol. “Coming from an entrepreneurial family – living and breathing the life of a small business owner for as long as I can remember – I saw this as my opportunity to become an owner-operator and address a growing need for businesses from 5 to 100 employees. I am excited about being able to demonstrate the value that IT can really bring to the small business owner when approached in a new way.”

“Mike has the benefit of having worked for us supporting our franchisees across North America so he understands the value of the Utility model and we are obviously delighted with his decision. His entrepreneurial background and technical expertise gives him the ability to truly understand the needs of the small business owner,” stated Mark Scott, President of The Utility Company. “Our goal with Utility Ottawa West is to provide a consumption-based alternative for computer power-users in the high-technology community, such as start-ups, professional services firms and financial services. In addition, with Ottawa West and the Valley being the fastest growing area in the region, education, non-profit and health care are also key vertical markets we will focus on helping.”

“Utility’s offering is a perfect fit for any business that relies on technology and corporate data,” stated Randy Woods, co-founder of non-linear creations – a Canadian web development company with headquarters in Ottawa. “We recently completed the Utility Meter Reading and started engaging The Utility Company. It’s hard to believe we spend more on technology per employee then we do on rent and occupancy costs. The Utility model addresses this while helping us to better utilize the technology we have.”

The Utility Company Ottawa West launches today at the OCRI Technology Showcase at Scotiabank Place in Kanata, booth #416. Our Connected Office program provides technology service and support for business starting from $ 1 per end user per day. For further information contact Mike Knol directly at 613-963-0044.

About The Utility Company™

The Utility Company is the leading provider of information technology as a utility to small and medium-sized businesses, delivering the required hardware, software and service for a monthly fee per user. Our Connected Office™ service suite empowers people to properly leverage technology to operate, communicate and manage their business more effectively to increase productivity, performance and ultimately profit. Our customers are supported by the Utility Service Network delivering on-site service and business-technology consulting across North America – technology sales, professionals and service organizations can review the Beyond Managed Services™ franchise opportunity on our website. Learn how to make technology work for your business today at http://www.theutilitycompany.com.

For more information contact:

Aaron Bradley

Marketing Manager

1-866-My-Utility ext.26

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Total Beauty Care by Silde Offers New Lipomassage Service

Total Beauty Care by Silde Offers New Lipomassage Service











Lipomassage aids the elimination of stubborn fat that is resistant to physical exercise and dieting.


Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) June 08, 2011

Total Beauty Care by Silde, a full service beauty and relaxation clinic in Ottawa, Canada, is now offering a new Lipomassage treatment. Smooth cellulite, re-sculpt the figure, firm the skin and slim down fat cells by gently yet intensively conditioning skin tissue to eliminate fat deposits, revitalize blood and lymphatic circulation and reactivate lipolysis with the new Ergodrive head used during treatments.

Body Care with Lipomassage™ gives the ability to precisely target and treat only problem areas, whereas dieting often comes at the price of losing natural body curves. Targeted actions that address every unique objective – whether for beauty, slimming or anti-aging – anywhere on the body will show results with just six 35 minute treatments.

With 24 years of Lipomassage research, recent clinical studies show a 70% activation of lipolysis (elimination of fat), 240% activation of collagen production (firmness of the skin), and 160% activation of elastin production. Research conducted by Professor Max Lafontan reveals fat cells of the femoral region typically store more fat than they eliminate. Lipomassage radically increases the body’s natural fat break down, nearly doubling the elimination of this localized fat.

The treatment program starts with an assessment to help determine the most appropriate treatment. A specialist will ask questions and a first photographic evaluation will be carried out marking the excess volumes of fatty areas on the body. The next step is the treatment procedure where clients put on an Endermowear body outfit that enhances tissular grab and settle on the treatment table for 35 minutes of relaxation while the Ergodrive head does the work. Lastly, the Lipomassage program monitors results by taking several assessments. At the end of the program, optimization sessions once a month will consolidate and maintain results acquired.

For more information about packages and pricing, visit http://silde.ca/index.php or become a fan on facebook.

About Total Beauty Care by Silde

With 20 years experience in the beauty industry, clients experience truly personal care and receive the attention they deserve. Here they can enjoy private, one-on-one clinical beauty treatments administered by Silde Marins, a certified electrologist and esthetician with more than two decades of experience delivering truly client-focused service. Choose from an extensive selection of offerings including microdermabrasion, electrolysis, laser hair removal and waxing.

Contact

Silde Marins

Silde.marins(at)gmail(dot)com

(613) 224-2666

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