Woman with allergies


Almost all of us have or know someone who has allergies. They can affect us in ways ranging from minor irritation, with some redness and itching, to life-threatening anaphylaxis. Fortunately, there are allergy treatments available that can provide even severe allergy relief.

Cellulite on a woman's leg


It’s not just women that get cellulite, although it is certainly more common among them. As we get older, some of us, especially women, are willing to just accept cellulite as a fact of life. But you don’t have to. Let our team at Esslinger Medical and Aesthetics be your cellulite specialists. We can offer you some great ideas on how to get rid of cellulite.

Man dealing with chronic lung disease

Chronic Lung Disease

Chronic lung disease is all too common in the United States. From asthma to emphysema, millions of people suffer from some kind of lung problem. Fortunately, lung disease can be managed with the right approach, which may include medication and lifestyle changes.

Man with a cold blowing his nose

Colds and Flu

Most of us have experienced a cold or the flu before. But what’s the difference between the two of them, and what’s the best way to handle them?

Happy woman after cosmetic gynecology treatments

Cosmetic Gynecology

Cosmetic gynecology may be a very unfamiliar term, but it can be a very important aspect of women’s health. What is it, and what are the benefits?

Patient receiving insulin treatments for diabetes


You have surely heard of diabetes and may even be aware that many people in the U.S. either have Type 2 diabetes or are pre-diabetic. But what does this mean? And are you at risk?

Man clutching his stomach in pain

Digestive Disorders

Most of us have experienced digestive difficulties at times. Excess gas, stomach cramps, bloating and even diarrhea are not uncommon even among healthy people who eat too much, too fast, or the wrong food. However, if you have frequent digestive issues, you may have a chronic digestive disorder.

Middle-age woman with fine lines and wrinkles

Fine Lines and Wrinkles

One of the most telling signs of getting older is the fine lines and wrinkles that appear on the face. Over the years, aging skin loses resilience and your face pays the price. Fortunately, today’s science allows us to address the problem of fine lines and wrinkles without surgery.

Older man dealing with heart disease

Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and does not discriminate among populations. Anyone can get heart disease and one in every four deaths in America is a result of this silent killer. The great tragedy of this is that heart disease is often preventable.

Happy middle-age couple

High Cholesterol

You may be aware that high cholesterol is a major factor when it comes to heart disease and potentially deadly conditions like heart attack and stroke. But what exactly is cholesterol, and how high is too high?

Patient being checked for hypertension


Whenever you have a physical, one of the first things we do is check your blood pressure. This is to check for hypertension, which can be a considerable risk factor for heart disease, but which can be managed with the right treatment approach.

Older woman with a history of kidney disease

Kidney Disease

Your kidneys are some of the most vital organs of your body. They filter waste products and other toxins from the blood so they can be removed during urination. They activate Vitamin D and regulate potassium and salt levels. Kidney disease affects the kidneys’ ability to perform these functions, which means avoiding kidney disease if possible, and treating it once you have it is critical.

Woman with a migraine


If you have had a migraine headache before, you’ll probably do just about anything to avoid another one. According to people who get them, even the most severe headaches pale in comparison to a migraine. Why do they happen, and is there an effective migraine cure?

Middle age jogging to address obesity


Obesity is a major epidemic in the United States, with a shocking roughly 40 percent of the adult population having this condition. This is a big problem, as obesity markedly increases the risk for serious conditions like heart disease, cancer, and Type 2 diabetes.

Older woman with osteoporosis


If you are a woman, you may have heard that as you grow older, you can expect osteoporosis to strike. While this is not a guarantee, it’s certainly possible. Over 53 million people in the United States either have osteoporosis or are on their way to getting it and most of these are older women.

Older woman with sagging skin outside by flowers

Sagging Skin

As we get older, one thing we may notice is that our skin is not as tight as it used to be. Whether it’s fine lines and wrinkles on the face, cellulite, or loose skin anywhere on the body, sagging skin is a consequence of aging that most of us would like to reverse. In the past, aesthetic surgery was the only treatment available for aging skin, but fortunately, things have advanced considerably in the 21st century. We now have surprisingly effective non-surgical skin firming treatment options available.

Husband and wife hugging and smiling

Sexual Health

There are many different aspects to leading a healthy life, and one of the aspects that is sometimes ignored is having a healthy sex life. Sexuality is a normal part of human life and good sexual health is often a vital component of a healthy lifestyle.

Man with sinusitis


The common cold brings with it many unpleasant symptoms, and one of these can be sinusitis, an inflammation of the sinus passages. Sinusitis can also be brought on by allergies. But what exactly is sinusitis and how do we treat it?

Woman with thyroid conditions

Thyroid Conditions

There are a variety of debilitating symptoms that may stem from what is called a thyroid condition. Thyroid conditions are chronic ailments with very specific care recommendations. If you have a thyroid condition, it is very important that you take the right approach to your treatment.


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