Blog Archive

What's the Difference Between CoolTone and CoolSculpting? Sep 8th, 2020

In previous eras, achieving your ideal body could involve strict dieting, spending hours at the gym, and undergoing invasive cosmetic surgical procedures.  Now, thanks to medical advances, you can lose fat and gain muscle by combining cutting-edge nonsurgical procedures with living a healthy lifestyle. At IYA Medical in Scottsdale, Arizona,...

Living with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Aug 31st, 2020

After you’ve been diagnosed with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), you might wonder what changes to expect in your life. PAD is a chronic, lifelong condition that can cause serious complications without proper management. The good news is, by making lifestyle changes and seeking treatment when needed, you can stay healthy...

What Constitutes Excessive Sweating? Jul 7th, 2020

When you’ve soaked your shirt after exercising or broken a sweat before giving a big presentation, it’s natural to wonder if you’re sweating excessively.  It’s normal to sweat in some circumstances, but if your sweating is excessive, you might have a condition called primary hyperhidrosis. If you have primary hyperhidrosis,...

Signs You Might Have Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Jun 26th, 2020

If you regularly experience cramping, aching, or heaviness in your leg while taking a walk, you might have peripheral artery disease. PAD is a common condition that causes reduced blood flow to the arteries in some of your limbs. Living with PAD can be uncomfortable and potentially dangerous, but with...

Finish Off Your Weight-Loss Journey with CoolSculpting® May 27th, 2020

If you’ve worked hard to lose weight and transform your body through diet and exercise, congratulations! Reducing your size and building muscle tone is an accomplishment that you should be proud of. At times, a weight loss journey can feel frustrating, especially when you’re close to your ideal weight but...

Why Botox Continues to Have Such a High Satisfaction Rate Apr 24th, 2020

Doctors have known about Botox since the 1970s. In 2002, the FDA approved it for cosmetic procedures. Since then, it has become an increasingly popular option for men and women who want to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The team at IYA Medical, in Scottsdale, Arizona, recently...

Varicose Veins Aren't Just a Cosmetic Issue Mar 30th, 2020

The look of enlarged, twisted veins in your legs may be your first motivation to address them, but varicose veins can cause more than aesthetic concerns. Almost 1 in 4 adults in the United States will deal with the bulging veins at some point, making them extremely common. Thankfully, they’re...

5 Patient Benefits of Concierge Medicine Feb 12th, 2020

Concierge medicine lets doctors provide each individual patient with accessible, tailored, and deeply personal care. Unlike traditional primary care physicians, who have to split their focus between dozens of patients each day, concierge doctors work with a relatively small group of patients to deliver care that is highly customized.  It’s...