Timeless Medical Spa
In 2009, Brent Williams had been a family physician for over 20 years when he and his wife, Debbie, decided to start TimeLess Medical Spa & Weight Loss Clinic. They started out with a plan to build a business for their retirement in Aesthetics (specializing in the cosmetic treatments of the skin). Shortly after starting the clinic, Brent and Debbie attended a conference of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP). The conference focused on the treatment and care of overweight or obese patients. Because of Brent’s background as a family doctor, he had seen the harmful effects of obesity and the resultant diseases of obesity; however, in his family practice he was unable to devote the time required to treat obesity. After this conference, the Williams decided to join the ASBP (now the Obesity Medical Association). Following the association’s guidelines, they were able to develop a medical weight loss program based on best practices and evidence based treatments. Combining weight loss with their aesthetics spa was a natural and perfect fit. Brent often says that he has been able to help more people with weight loss by giving them more time, behavior modification and accountability than with all the medications he prescribed in his family practice.
Debbie, who now runs the business side of things, also had majored in nutrition and psychology, and it became a perfect fit for their new venture. She loves counseling clients about nutrition and helping them obtain a healthy lifestyle. “Clients become like family, when you change their lives so positively,” she says.
A weight loss program at TimeLess Medical Spa & Weight Loss Clinic starts with a body composition obtained by a specialized scale. Using those numbers, a customized nutrition and exercise program is established for the client. Clients meet weekly with a weight loss counselor and monthly with the doctor. Lab work is obtained on each client to determine if there are extenuating circumstances that may interfere with weight loss or cause weight gain. Dr. Williams will prescribe medications as needed or work with a patient’s primary care physician to adjust medications that may promote weight gain. It is always important to see a physician before starting any weight loss program, and Dr. Williams is experienced and board certified in obesity medicine.
The aesthetics component of the business is also a powerful tool to help patients achieve a healthy look and build self-confidence. Some people have had persistent skin issues that have bothered them throughout their lives, causing embarrassment or insecurity. The TimeLess aestheticians, under the direction of Dr. Williams, can provide treatments and recommendations to help eliminate scars, uneven skin tones, deep lines, wrinkles and sun damage. TimeLess also provides hair reduction, tattoo removal, skin resurfacing, body sculpting, massages, facials and chemical peels. Brent is an expert in dermal fillers and neuromodulators, such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin, and can treat hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating under the arms).
This health and beauty center is an incredible asset to those who want to improve their appearance and feel healthier. It only takes about 20 minutes to get to TimeLess from North Ogden. If you take I-15 south then take I-84 toward Cheyenne, get off on the South Ogden exit, head up the hill to the first light, turn left and TimeLess is west of the neighborhood Walmart (near Kobe Japanese Stake House).
One of Debbie’s favorite parts of the business is the increased confidence she sees after a client begins seeing results. They walk with more confidence, hold their head high and exude excitement about life. Brent and Debbie pride themselves in customer service and making the client feel comfortable and welcome when they come through the doors. Their clients become their friends, and people love coming to their business.
Author’s Note: Having met Debbie through the Chamber of Commerce, I can say she is one of the most genuine, loving people I have ever met. She has volunteered and continues to help so many charities and foundations. It is difficult to mention them all, but here are a few that she has helped: National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome, Child Abuse Prevention Center, Women’s Center Board at McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden Symphony Ballet Association, Jr. League of Ogden, NuHope Suicide Prevention, and Christmas Village. Truly she lives a life of service.
Brent and Debbie are the proud parents of four very accomplished children and 11 beautiful grandchildren.