Diamond Medical Spa & Vein opens in Davenport


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Posted Online: Nov. 26, 2012, 6:25 pm
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A grand opening at the new Diamond Medical Spa & Vein, 3170 E. 53rd St., Davenport, will be held at 4:30 p.m. Dec. 6.

The 3,200-square-feet business, owned by Drs. LeRoy and Michelle Yates, will provide health care and minimally invasive cosmetic surgery to women.

"Our new facility offers a unique total health environment that nurtures the mind, body and spirit," Dr. LeRoy Yates said. "Our spa features a separate entrance and waiting room, and widescreen televisions in every room allow clients to listen to music and movies during their treatments. We've taken every step to make our spa a rejuvenating and relaxing experience."

Diamond Medical Spa & Vein offers services for women during every stage of life, including varicose vein elimination by Endovenous Laser Ablation.

For more information, call (563) 275-4701 or visit diamondmedicalspaandvein.com or on Facebook at Facebook.com/diamondmedicalspaandvein.



















 



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