Message from Dr. Beeson

Welcome to our cosmetic surgery website! Through cosmetic surgery, people are changing their lives every day. They are growing. They are having special procedures done in ways never before dreamed possible and getting back some of their vigor, enthusiasm, hope, and future. It is the face and body that receive correction – but it is the heart and soul that receives new life.

Our purpose here at the Center is to bring together the art and science of medicine, giving you the highest quality care.

If you have any additional questions, please contact us. Thank you.

William H. Beeson, M.D.

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Health Tip of The Week

Belly Fat Shown To Drop Faster With Sprint Workouts

Researchers in the Journal of Obesity have reported that short bouts of high intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) is more effective at reducing body fat and improving fitness levels than are regular aerobic exercise routines – and they can be done in less time!

Researchers compared regular aerobic exercise to short bouts of high intensity exercise. Studies ranged from 2 weeks to 24 weeks, but results were the same. The high intensity intermittent exercise sessions were half as long as the steady-state exercise (20 minutes versus 40 minutes), yet the HIIE sessions resulted in more abdominal fat loss.

HIIE involves sprinting at maximum intensity levels followed by a short rest, then repeating your fast sprint. Sprint times can be as little as 10 seconds followed by rest periods of up to 4 minutes. These interval sprint exercises do not have to be done on a track, but can also be performed on treadmills, stationary bikes, or stair climber. Typically, HIIE workouts are done for 30 minutes 3 times a week.

The following are three exercise protocols featured on CalorieCount.Com:

Two Simple Workouts for Sprint Interval Training

Ideally, HIIE workouts are not done more than three times a week and for no more than 30 minutes total. Sprints are generally for those who already workout regularly, but you may find that using a stationary bike, treadmill, or elliptical to do sprints is a great training ground for the next level. If you want to get into the workouts below, a good goal to aim for is the ability to balance a run/walk about a mile without completely stopping. Be sure to warm-up properly with a brisk walk and dynamic stretches before you start.

Stair Sprints – 15 Minutes

Use one flight of steps or multiple flights and alternate sprints going up with recovery of walking back down that flight of steps. If you have multiple flights of stairs available, say three or four, you can also do a mountain climb, whereas you sprint one flight, come down, sprint two flights, and go back to the start and sprint three flights. Your sprint times will get slower and slower as you approach your allotted time, but try not to stop on your way, leaving the recovery time for going down.

Stationary Bike – 20 Minutes

The 60 of 10 workout is simple. You do 10 seconds of sprint peddling as fast/hard as you can and rest for 10 seconds. Do this 60 times or just set your timer for 20 minutes and alternate back and forth until time is up.

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Botox: Their Role in Minimally Invasive Facial Cosmetic Surgery

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