Jupiter Magazine May/June 2021

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PHOTO OP: AN ARTIST’S TAKE ON FLORIDA NATURE BUSINESS BOOM: THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY

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Our Physicians are the Cornerstone of Our World-Class Care

Congratulations to this Renowned Team of Healthcare Professionals At Jupiter Medical Center, we built our world-class institution by assembling a distinguished team of highly experienced physicians. Together, these professionals set the bar for care in the region and are the fundamental force behind our numerous recognitions and awards. We are proud of their work, their passion and tireless efforts. Thank you each for your unending commitment to the success of Jupiter Medical Center.

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FAU’s Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College in Jupiter provides groundbreaking programs and unmatched opportunities for high-achieving students from diverse backgrounds.

Be a dream maker.

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HOW YOU MOVE IS WHY WE’RE HERE. As the nation’s #1 Orthopedic hospital for 11 years in a row, our world-class physicians understand that how you move is how you are. That’s why they’re dedicated to providing the most personalized care and innovative treatment options. When it comes to your quality of life, how you move is why we’re here. To learn more about our in-person appointments, virtual visits, and enhanced safety protocols, visit HSS.edu

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Maggie Sottero lace dress with plunge neckline ($2,160), East Coast Bridals, Jupiter; 18-karat white gold ring with diamonds and sapphires ($4,735), 14-karat gold diamond band ($955), Jupiter Jewelry, Jupiter

Features

36 Living the Good Life

Get to know lifelong Jupiter residents, the Thomas family By Judy Martel

44 Swept Away

A winsome wedding day vibe set against dreamy, white-capped ocean waves Photography by Ian Jacob

50 The Green Rush

A look inside the booming local cannabis industry and what it means to our area By Eric Barton

Stunning shots of wild and unseen Florida Photography by Richard Auger 6

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56 An Ode to Home

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“We can ask our First Republic banker about anything, from refinancing student loans to starting a new business, and get objective advice.” M I C H A E L B U C ZY N E R , Owner and Founder, Reel Story Group J E N N I F E R B U C ZY N E R , M . D., Neurologist, Comprehensive Neurology of the Palm Beaches

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Contents 56 In Every Issue 14 Editor’s Note 16 Publisher’s Note 125 Flavor

Foodie news and dining guide

132 Surf Report What’s up on jupitermag.com

The Local 21 Around Town

A micro-dairy in Jupiter Farms, young local playwrights, upcoming can’t-miss events, and more

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24 Character Catching up with pro golfer Michelle McGann Meet the oil painter who recently opened a new gallery space in Stuart

28 The Goods

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26 Arts

Gift ideas for Mom and Dad

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Artwork by Clay Kanzler

32 Beauty

A skin-glow timeline to look your best for a special event

26 ON THE COVER

Photographer: Jerry Rabinowitz Lauren and Christian Thomas shot by Jupiter Magazine on location at their home in Jupiter Inlet Colony

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©2021 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Jupiter Magazine is published monthly except June and August by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Jupiter Magazine c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $29.95 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Jupiter Magazine, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480 or e-mail circulation@ palmbeachmedia.com. Vol. 21, No. 5, May/June 2021. Jupiter Magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent.

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SPECIALIZED CARE FROM

PALM BEACH COUNTY’S BEST PHYSICIANS Tampa General Hospital proudly congratulates our physician partners recognized as Palm Beach County’s best. Because we’re one of Florida’s leading academic medical centers and one of the nation’s best hospitals, patients statewide recognize — and trust — Tampa General Hospital’s world-class care. And now many of our doctors have also been recognized as Top Physicians in Palm Beach County. Whether they’re providing complex cancer care or specialized GI care, we’re proud of our award-winning physicians at Cancer Center of South Florida and the Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches.

ONE OF AMERICA’S BEST HOSPITALS

HIGHEST RANKED IN FLORIDA

DESIGNATED HIGH-PERFORMING

• Cardiology & Heart Surgery

• Cardiology & Heart Surgery

• Cancer

• Gastroenterology & GI Surgery

• Neurology & Neurosurgery

• Diabetes & Endocrinology • Gastroenterology & GI Surgery • Nephrology • Orthopedics

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Other hospitals practice medicine. We define it.

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• Geriatrics • Pulmonology & Lung Surgery • Urology

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THE MOMA NEW YORK?

JUPITER

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Editor in Chief Michelle Lee Ribeiro Creative Director Olga M. Gustine

Managing Editor Melissa Puppo Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Flavor Editor Mark Spivak Web/Social Media Editor Abigail Duffy Contributing Writers Eric Barton, Tracy Marcello, Judy Martel, Linda Marx, Michele Meyer DESIGN Art Director Craig R. Cottrell, Jr. Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza

(ACTUALLY, IT’S THE COHEN HOME IN PALM BEACH.) Whether in your home or business, there’s a proven way to make a world-class statement that will resonate with friends and clients: Designer custom framing from Joanie at Chandler Gallery.

Contributing Photographers Ian Jacob, Jason Nuttle, Jerry Rabinowitz Contributing Stylist Jodi Belden-Vogl PRODUCTION Production Director Selene M. Ceballo Production Manager Brian Beach Digital Prepress Specialist George Davis Advertising Design Coordinators Jeffrey Rey, Anaely J. Perez Vargas Digital Production Coordinator Kassandre Kallen

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© 2021 Palm Beach Media Group North, LLC. All rights reserved. Jupiter Magazine is published 10 times a year by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480 561.659.0210 • Fax 561.659.1736

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Our Journey. We are dedicated to serving our cancer patients and have extensive COVID-19 safety and protection protocols in place.

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Publisher Donna Lewis ADVERTISING Senior Account Manager Tanya Lorigan Account Managers Cyndi Hochberg, Aché Saint Advertising Services Coordinator Ashley Fleak OPERATIONS Office Manager Sue Martel Circulation/Subscriptions Administrator Marjorie Leiva Distribution Manager Judy Heflin Accounting Specialist Lourdes Linares Accounts Receivable Specialist Ana Coronel SUBSCRIPTIONS 800.308.7346

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Group Publisher Terry Duffy Editorial Director Daphne Nikolopoulos Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt In Memoriam Ronald J. Woods (1935-2013) HOUR MEDIA, LLC CEO Stefan Wanczyk President John Balardo PUBLISHERS OF: Palm Beach Illustrated • Naples Illustrated • Orlando Illustrated Fort Lauderdale Illustrated • Jupiter Magazine • Stuart Magazine Aventura • Florida Design • Florida Design Naples • Florida Design Miami • Florida Design Sourcebook • Palm Beach Charity Register • Naples Charity Register • Palm Beach Relocation Guide • Traditions: The Breakers • Fifth Avenue South • Palm Beach 100 • Naples 100 • Art & Culture: Cultural Council for Palm Beach County • South Florida Baby and Beyond • Pinnacle: Jupiter Medical Center Foundation • The Jewel of Palm Beach: The Mar-a-Lago Club • Naples on the Gulf: Naples Chamber of Commerce • Waypoints: Naples Yacht Club • Community Foundation of Collier County Community Report

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Tailored Wealth Strategies PERSONALIZED ADVICE BACKED BY A GLOBAL LEADER

BEST-IN-STATE WEALTH ADVISORS Forbes, 2020, 2019 AMERICA’S TOP WEALTH ADVISORS Forbes, 2017, 2016 TOP 400 FINANCIAL ADVISERS Financial Times, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013 TOP 1,200 FINANCIAL ADVISORS Barron’s, 2020, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2006 TOP ADVISOR RANKING IN FLORIDA Barron’s, 2020, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010

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Awards or rankings are not indicative of future success or results. Rankings published by magazines, and others, generally base their selections exclusively on information prepared and/or submitted by the recognized advisor. Individuals can find out award/ranking criteria by contacting the third-party non-affiliated organization(s) who issued the award. J.P. Morgan Wealth Management is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which offers investment products and services through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (JPMS), a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, member FINRA and SIPC. Annuities are made available through Chase Insurance Agency, Inc. (CIA), a licensed insurance agency, doing business as Chase Insurance Agency Services, Inc. in Florida. Certain custody and other services are provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMCB). JPMS, CIA and JPMCB are affiliated companies under the common control of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Products not available in all states.

INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE PRODUCTS: • NOT A DEPOSIT • NOT FDIC INSURED • NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY • NO BANK GUARANTEE • MAY LOSE VALUE © 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

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Editor’s note

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hen I’m planning the next issue, I’m always on the lookout for cool, local people. And when I first chatted with Lauren Thomas, I was, in a word, stricken. I checked her Instagram and was immediately like, Wow, #GOALS! I mean, she has such a fantastic aesthetic when it comes to decor and style in general, and she and her family are living what I can only call a truly good life here in Jupiter. Of course, “the good life” is a pretty subjective thing. But to me, it means being surrounded by loved ones, creating a space for your family that you adore, doing the things that make you the happiest, and appreciating all of the blessings the universe has thrown your way. That’s the Thomases, in a nutshell. Lauren and her husband, Christian, are “homegrown” Floridians, both born and raised in the Jupiter area. And they have carved out a life for themselves and their two children that is quintessential Jupiter living. Get to know our cover couple beginning on page 36. I was at ArtisGras back in February, and I came upon some photos that blew me away. So much so, that I bought one, and it has become the focal point of my living room. Turns out, the artist is a local, Richard Auger, who travels all over Florida seeking out “unseen, raw, natural” spots in our beautiful state and captures them to perfection. Check out some of his work in “An Ode to Home” on page 56. Another feature I’m pretty excited about is “The Green Rush,” which delves into one of the biggest businesses thriving in Florida today—the cannabis industry. Turn to page 50 to learn about some of the progressive companies moving to our area—one native recently started a cultivation facility in Indiantown; another just moved his U.S headquarters to Jupiter this spring—and what it means to us in terms of jobs, the economy, and more. It’s not all about medical marijuana; compound cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant can be used in everything from beauty products to various home items. As someone who uses CBD oil to treat my rescue dog’s anxiety, I can honestly say I couldn’t be happier that people are starting to open their eyes to this “super ingredient” that is incredibly beneficial in so many ways. I hope you enjoy these features and all of the other content we have brought to our pages in this double May/June issue. Oh, and a giant “Happy Mother’s/Father’s Day” to all you moms and dads. (I love you, Dad! And Mom, I miss you eternally.) Peace and blessings,

Michelle Lee Ribeiro michelle@jupitermag.com

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Publisher’s note

No place like home

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here aren’t too many people like me here—I’m a local, born and raised right here in Florida. I was born about 120 miles north in Cocoa Beach and have spent the past 25 years in the Jupiter/Palm Beach Gardens area. I consider myself “homegrown,” a true Floridian. Salt water runs through my veins, and I enjoy boating, paddleboarding, going to the beach, and all things coastal. I’ve met people from all over the world that have gravitated to Jupiter and agree there’s no place like it. We have the perfect combination of that laid-back vibe emanating from the most exquisite natural resources mixed with worldly influences from a melting pot of transplants and sprinkled with a little extra something to do for our year-round tourists. Speaking of homegrown, did you know Florida has one of the fastest-growing medical marijuana industries, with more than $1 billion in sales and expected to soar to $6 billion in the next 10 years? With a population of more than 21 million and a tourist population that averages around 130 million a year, Florida is positioned to be one of the largest marijuana markets in the world. The state’s large senior population likely factors into the booming medical marijuana industry. Many seniors feel that medical marijuana has fewer side effects and is safer than a lot of prescription pharmaceuticals. Health care has been a hot topic of late. The pandemic has catapulted our health care workers to hero status, and deservingly so. In this issue, we celebrate health care professionals with a special section, “Top Doctors,” that lists local physicians from PRS (Professional Research Services) who are top in their class and showcases their expertise in their field. Save this issue and refer back to it often as you make educated health care decisions for you and your family. As we head into summer, enjoy the long, lazy days and remember why we all love to call Jupiter home!

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In turbulent markets, remain focused Volatility in the financial markets is a constant. Over the long run, taking advantage of these changes in value is what most investors hope to achieve. Managing the short-term swings, either up or down, however, can challenge even the most disciplined investor. HOW ARE YOU GUIDING YOUR CLIENTS IN TODAY’S VOLATILE ENVIRONMENT?

While the specifics of our guidance obviously vary by client, our recurring theme is: investment success is more likely to happen through thoughtful portfolio management. This means risk analysis, evaluating concentration, and leveraging quantitative and qualitative research. Volatility can muddle investor thinking. In our experience, a basket of investments hastily brought together during market swings can also bring with them unwelcome surprises: tax consequences, increased risk, lower returns and lost opportunity.

WHAT CAUSES MARKET VOLATILITY?

Wide swings in the marketplace can have many causes, and sometimes unknown causes. Changes in company management or unexpected earnings, for instance, can provoke responses that may cascade into sector-wide activity, and beyond. Political events, such as an election, or global events, such as our current pandemic, can trigger turmoil in the marketplace. Whatever the cause, investor emotion often runs high. Investors worry, should I sell, should I buy, am I missing out while others amass a future fortune?

HOW CAN PERCEIVED OPPORTUNITY REALLY BE RISK?

In markets characterized by wide swings, investors can be tempted to sell at abrupt highs and buy at sudden lows. In so doing, they may end up with a collection of mismatched investments that run counter to their financial goals. And they may cash out on otherwise strong investments, eliminating the possibility of further long-term gains. While hindsight is always 20/20, in times of sharp surges and declines, it’s important to maintain a long-term view and focus on your primary reasons for investing.

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED FROM PAST MARKET SWINGS?

The field of behavioral economics is devoted to the study of the relationship between emotion and financial decision-making. Numerous studies have shown that investor behavior during periods of marked volatility—following a selloff trend, for example—can result in poor returns. A recent Dalbar study compared the 20year results of an average mutual fund investor to indices: the average investor, who sometimes resorts to market timing or other performancechasing strategies, underperformed based on measures of annualized returns and the growth of $100,000.*

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU OFFER TODAY’S INVESTOR?

Investors should always keep in mind that the time value of money is perhaps the greatest factor driving its change in value. In plummeting markets, be sure you carefully evaluate the decision to cash in, closing the door on future gains. On the flip side, acquiring “bargain” investments when market momentum is feverishly optimistic may prove to be riskier than at first glance. When serious sums are at stake, we urge investors to seek professional advice.

LET US SHARE OUR EXPERIENCE WITH YOU.

The Rizzo, Apple, Schneider and Langbert Group at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management works with clients in a synergistic way— every client can connect with any of our four Wealth Partners, benefitting from their diverse specialties and deep knowledge of risk analysis and portfolio construction. Each partner participates in the firm’s Portfolio Manager Program, which requires ongoing qualification and review of investment selections and strategies. As a premium service team in partnership with J.P. Morgan, R/A/S/L clients enjoy a highly personalized wealth management experience along with access to the firm’s extensive resources.

To learn more about the Rizzo, Apple, Schneider, and Langbert Group, contact:

561-694-5602 or email the.rasl.group@jpmorgan.com J.P. Morgan Wealth Management is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which offers investment products and services through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (JPMS), a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, member FINRA and SIPC. Annuities are made available through Chase Insurance Agency, Inc. (CIA), a licensed insurance agency, doing business as Chase Insurance Agency Services, Inc. in Florida. Certain custody and other services are provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMCB). JPMS, CIA and JPMCB are affiliated companies under the common control of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Products not available in all states.

INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE PRODUCTS: • NOT A DEPOSIT • NOT FDIC INSURED • NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY • NO BANK GUARANTEE • MAY LOSE VALUE © 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

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AROUND TOWN | CHARACTER | ARTS | THE GOODS | BEAUTY

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n 2006, Suzie Dudas moved to a 10-acre parcel of land in Jupiter Farms intending to grow palm trees. But during an endless search for raw dairy in the area (she grew up drinking milk from glass bottles), she instead decided to buy a cow. Overwhelmed by the amount of milk the cow produced for her family, she began selling her grass-fed milk to the public, which led to eager locals attending weekly tours at her micro-dairy, Jupiter Creamery. “Before you buy rural milk, you need to see how the farmer treats the animals, how they’re fed, and how clean the equipment is,” says Dudas. “So I started giving these tours and selling milk.” In 2017, she launched the nonprofit Nourishing Food for Thought with the mission of teaching people where their food comes from and how to eat safely and

clean. She has since expanded the farm to house four cows, pigs, chicken, and sheep and sells everything from raw milk and butter to yogurt and soaps. On Thursdays, Dudas opens her farm to the public for those who want to get their hands dirty or pick up their order of milk and eggs. She also hosts weekly workshops and events throughout the year on things like soap making and bathing cows, which she posts online and shares via a monthly newsletter. For her most recent project, she has started a community “teaching garden” tended by volunteers, where adults and children can learn where their produce comes from and receive weekly instruction and gardening tips. She also hopes to create an education center soon—complete with an outdoor kitchen—to continue her community outreach. nourishingfoodforthought.org —Melissa Puppo M AY/ J U N E 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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2020 Luminaria in Massachusetts

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An Empowering Tribute Honor your mother and other loved ones during this year’s empowerHER Luminaria

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other’s Day is a special Cara Belvin time to celebrate the wonderful women in our lives, but for those who have lost their mothers, it’s a time of reflection and healing. Cara Belvin lost her mother to breast cancer when she was just 9 years old and remembers thinking how she didn’t know any other kids in a similar situation. “That’s a really isolating experience,” shares Belvin, who is the founder of empowerHER, a nonprofit whose mission is “to empower, support, and connect girls and young women who have experienced the loss of their mothers.” EmpowerHER has raised millions of dollars to host Mother’s Day retreats and year-round events such as beach parties and yoga classes at no cost to families. Belvin has also created a one-of-a-kind mentorship program spanning the United States—and this Mother’s Day, empowerHER is bringing its nationwide Luminaria event to Jupiter. “Luminaria is such a powerful way to honor people,” says Belvin of the whimsical

spectacle that will take place across 10 cities this year. “It’s like a celebration of life.” Chaired locally by Jenna Mathis and 12 of her girlfriends, the Luminaria fundraiser allows those who have lost their mothers— or another family member—to purchase a bag on which a calligrapher will write the name of the person they would like to honor or remember. On Mother’s Day, the bags will be illuminated with a battery-operated, flickering tea light candle on the Jupiter Inlet, and those who purchased one will receive keepsake photos and a special video. A special live stream will also be available. “If we can use this beautiful event to bring awareness to the South Florida community and gain volunteers, mentors, and girls enrolled in the program, then I consider it priceless,” says Mathis, who recently lost her own mother to lung cancer. To enroll a young girl for the Mother’s Day retreat, learn about mentorships, or purchase a Luminaria bag ($25 each), visit empoweringher.org.

genetic and environmental changes on brain and behavior. On the second floor, the Center for Advanced Cell Imaging is where the visualization of brain cells will take place; super-resolution, dynamic cellular, and brain circuit visualization will merge with computational and virtual reality resources to allow researchers to peer deeply into the brain. The space will be enhanced by more than $1 million in equipment and house one of 24 Nikon Centers of Excellence worldwide.

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THE FACILITY The Neuroscience Building will allow FAU to house 20 principal investigators/faculty; a similar number of research faculty and postdoctoral students; and about 100 high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, who will each engage in state-of-the-art research training. The first floor will house the Center for Comparative Medicine, doubling FAU’s capacity for behavioral and physiological analysis. The Center will provide opportunities for scientists and their trainees to advance medication leads and dissect the impact of

RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS The synergy created by bringing together the Max Planck Florida Institute, which studies fundamental aspects of brain structure and function, and FAU and its research on mechanisms perturbed in brain chemistry and physiology that can lead to brain disorders—in conjunction with Scripps Research Institute’s work on interventional strategies—makes for a powerhouse hub of neuroscience. It will also attract the world’s brightest scientists and students to Palm Beach County. fau.edu

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or the fourth year in a row, Palm Beach Dramaworks hosted its annual Young Playwrights 10-Minute Play Contest, open to young playwrights in grades 9-12 throughout Palm Beach County who want to focus and fine-tune their written works. This year, the works of three northern Palm Beach County students were chosen (among seven others) out of 80 submissions: Alexa McCulla, a senior at The Benajmin School (Fall from Grace), and seniors Carlyn Serpone (The Trathe Tribe) and Barrett Vargas (Ghosts of Graduation Past) from Jupiter High School. Each of the 80 short plays was read by a team of professional theater artists and scored on dramatic conflict, characterization, character relationships, research, and creativity, says Gary Cadwallader, director of education and community engagement at Palm Beach Dramaworks. From there, 20 finalists were

chosen, and written suggestions were sent to the finalists who were then given one week to make revisions and resubmit. “Carlyn, Barrett, and Alexa created stories that are universal to the human experience,” says Cadwallader. “They each touched upon an aspect of human conflict that really resonated with the professional theater artists. Barrett wrote about a high school valedictorian reflecting on the oppressiveness of an overbearing and driven parent; Alexa wrote about a young college student presented with a dilemma by a professor she idolizes; and Carlyn wrote about four students sitting around a campfire telling a scary story about a community of people who embrace superstitions.” Each of the 10 winning playwrights had their work read by a professional actor in front of an audience via Zoom in March and received a published anthology of plays and a $250 cash prize. palmbeachdramaworks.org

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ow through the end of October, thousands of loggerhead, leatherback, and green sea turtle mothers will use our beaches and lower dunes to nest and lay eggs. Last year, Loggerhead Marinelife Center documented more than 16,900 nests and estimate that 800,000 hatchlings were produced from last season alone. Do your part by following LMC’s “Respect the Locals” campaign, which includes keeping your distance from eggs and nests; allowing hatchlings to crawl to the ocean on their own, without your assistance; turning off the lights at your house (artificial lighting can lead sea turtle hatchlings astray); and filling holes on the beach and knocking over sandcastles so hatchlings are not hindered as they journey to the ocean. LMC offers guided turtle walks if you’d like to witness the amazing spectacle up close; online registration begins May 1. marinelife.org

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But we soon realized that if we educated ourselves about this disease and managed it carefully, I would be able to pursue my passion and become a professional golfer.” McGann joined the LPGA Tour at age 18 after winning three Florida State Junior Championships and graduating from Rosarian Academy. With her strong, upright swing that had to be tempered on some of the tour’s shorter courses, McGann became a solid player and won many tournaments while struggling with her sugar levels. “I had to guess how much insulin I should take,” she recalls. “I lost the U.S. Women’s Open in 1993 because it went so low, I didn’t know where I was or what I was doing. Fortunately, my dad was with me.” Since those days, detection has improved with new technology—today, McGann wears the Tandem Insulin Pump that works with a Dexcom sensor to control the amount of insulin received. She gets readings on her phone and her wristwatch, and her parents, brother, and husband also see the numbers in case she falls asleep. Her success in the LPGA coupled with product endorsements—she is currently a brand ambassador for JoFit women’s sports apparel—have enabled her to give

back to the community via The Michelle McGann Fund (themichellemcgannfund. com). In 2012, she and her husband, Jonathan Satter— former Secretary of the Department of Management Services for the state of Florida, whom she married in 2010—wanted to do something to help families with diabetic children. “I was lucky to have a nurse for a mom, but that is not the case for everyone,” she says. “We hoped to empower families by giving them support and education. We send kids to camp and give suggestions on proper preventative and treatment protocols.” To raise money for the fund, they host an annual golf tournament at Lost Tree Club in North Palm Beach, where McGann goes around the course and hits a shot with each child. “I love to see who is benefiting from our foundation, and I can hear the kids tell stories while we golf,” she says. Outside of her foundation work, McGann spends her days taking acrylic painting lessons, where she creates portraits of pelicans, fish, leaves, lobster, crabs, seashells, and her goldendoodle, Teddy. She has also been engaging in back therapy three times a week as rehabilitation from surgery she underwent last year for two herniated discs. She says she is eager to eliminate the back pain so she can resume the Legends Tour, the official women’s senior tour of the LPGA. “I want to play the July tournament in Fairfield, Connecticut and others after that,” she says. “I have spent quality time with my family during the pandemic and was lucky to enjoy the Florida blue skies and ability to be outside. But I am eager to get back to playing golf!” ❖

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isitors to Stuart’s First Friday gallery walks may have noticed a new artist space during their most recent stroll. RCK Gallery, the first gallery by oil painter and seasonal Stuart resident Robert “Clay” Kanzler, opened its doors in March to add to the already robust downtown art scene. And while his work has been represented by other galleries in places like New York, Detroit, and Boston, Kanzler is looking forward to having his own space to feature other artists and host events and fundraisers. “I can really make a difference with this place, which is so exciting,” says Kanzler. “I can actually move and shake.” He chose Stuart for his gallery location because of its ever-growing community of makers, and he has already begun recruiting local artists for future exhibitions. Kanzler, who grew up between Jupiter Island, Maine, and the suburbs of Detroit, loved to draw as a child and spent his summers attending art school. It wasn’t until age 15, however, that his skills really began to develop. “My mother saw an ad by a professional at the

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Clockwise from top left: Jamie (2008); The Back Hall (1996); Annie, Clay, and Dior (2006); Mary (2010).

an energy to them that can reach out and help someone.” Kanzler splits his time between homes and personal studio spaces in Stuart (where he has had a residence since 2004), Maine, and Vermont. He spends most of his time enjoying the ocean, volunteering, and, of course, oil painting. It is the only medium he works in because he’s intent on perfecting his oil work. “It’s going to take me another 100 years to figure this one out,” he says.” RCK Gallery, 614 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart; claykanzler.com ❖

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hether it’s a wedding, a family or school reunion, or some other important event, times like these call for a little extra effort if you want to put your best face forward. Dr. Valerie Barrett of RENU Medical Aesthetics in Tequesta (renuforyou.com) often sees patients who are looking to enhance their natural beauty and bring luminous energy to their faces ahead of special occasions. Here, she offers her advice on how—and when—to prep for the big day. 1 YEAR TO 6 MONTHS BEFORE THE EVENT: This time frame is all about maximizing the benefits of procedures that work with bodily processes like collagen production. Since optimal results are seen with multiple sittings, Barrett says it’s important to get a jump at least six months before the event. She recommends exploring a series of Cool Laser treatments, which employ CO2 lasers to remove damaged skin and stimulate collagen production to treat wrinkles, age spots, and acne scars, as well as tighten skin and even tone. To lift areas that will be shown off in dresses and enhanced by makeup—think the neck, décolletage, chin, or brows—Barrett touts the efficacy of Ultherapy, which uses ultrasound imaging to stimulate natural collagen and elastin production in hypertargeted areas.

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6 MONTHS TO 2 MONTHS BEFORE: If you’re considering enhancements like fillers or Botox, Barrett advises doing so a few months prior to the event so there is time to make tweaks if necessary. She notes that her patients are often most pleasantly surprised by the changes they see from filler— small amounts added to the cheekbones can bring joyful youthfulness to the face and brighten the eye area, while applications to the hairline can lift the jaw and corner of the mouth and open the eyes (a bit like the effect you get from wearing a ponytail). 2 MONTHS TO 1 WEEK BEFORE: As the event nears closer, Barrett encourages a conservative approach to skin care, opting for only gentle treatments and at-home regimens. Facials not only brighten, exfoliate, and enhance glow, she says, but they also work wonders on the mind—a bonus if you’re starting to stress a little about the big day. She also advises adding a medical-grade SPF 30 sunscreen to your skin care routine ASAP if you haven’t already. “Studies show that if you do nothing but wear sunscreen for a month, you will see improvements in your skin,” she says. Plus, she notes, using a medical-grade hyaluronic acid serum or gel can help plump the skin instantly. And don’t forget to drink lots of water to stay hydrated. ❖

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hen Lauren and Christian Thomas entertain in the backyard of their Jupiter Inlet Colony mid-century modern ranch house near the beach, the relaxed, barefoot vibe feels like home in the best sense of the word. The couple, who grew up in the area—she in Juno Beach and he in Jupiter—are intensely creative and passionate about the life they share with their two children in this idyllic, tiny municipality at the southern tip of Jupiter Island. On a crisp, clear day in March, they sit outside at the long teak table adjacent to the pool sipping margaritas and espresso while their flowered shar-pei, Simon, snoozes under the table. “There’s such a laid-back feeling to life in Jupiter,” says Lauren of their indoor-outdoor lifestyle. “Today, I have no shoes on, and I like leaving the sliding glass doors open and feeling the air from the ocean and seeing the kids go in and out of the house all day.” On this particular day, the soothing strains of a John Coltrane LP spinning on the custom-crafted walnut console in the living room

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filter out to the yard, as the Thomases sit for an alfresco lunch prepared by Lauren. Today, she is serving a family favorite: cilantro-lime rock shrimp tacos seasoned with her own blend, drizzled with homemade cilantro-lime sauce, and topped with shredded green cabbage and Cotija cheese. She has also created an artfully arranged charcuterie-style plate of cubed cheeses, nuts, and fresh fruits like kiwi and grapes. The table is an effortless tableau adorned with greenery, colorful fruit, and fresh flowers from the yard. After lunch, 16-year-old Ella gets ready for a volleyball game, as 12-yearold Brayden helmets up, grabs his board, and skates the ramp he helped his dad build in the yard. Through her Instagram (@the.modern.hippie.way) and website (themodernhippieway.com), as well as an upcoming lifestyle book that focuses on cooking, table design, and entertaining, Lauren shares her inspiring vision of domestic bliss and artistry on this island enclave. Music, food, flowers, and decor work in concert to set the stage for stimulating conversation and memorable gatherings, whether it’s just Lauren and her husband, the entire family, or an intimate gathering of friends. Ask how often she entertains and she answers, “Every day.” Christian, an architect and co-owner of Jupiter-based Thomas Melhorn, which specializes in bespoke residential homes in and around Jupiter (one of his homes is featured in

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oasis that is reminiscent of life in the 1950s and 1960s, when the goal was to enjoy life’s simple pleasures at home with close-knit family and friends. Their combined talents mesh well, Lauren notes: “Christian’s specialty is creating space; mine is making people feel special when they come to our home.” Beach-lover Christian says he discovered Jupiter Inlet Colony when he surfed in the area as a teen and, from then on, decided that this was the ideal place to live. After graduating from Auburn University, he met Lauren, a University of Florida grad, through their fathers, who worked in the same office. Ten years later, the two married at BallenIsles Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens—and in 2012, they finally had the opportunity to purchase their dream home in Jupiter Inlet Colony. From the beginning, Christian’s plan for the design was clear. “We wanted to strip it back to the architect’s original vision and open it up to the

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outside,” he says. But beyond creating a clean, open, midcentury aesthetic, he and Lauren envisioned a true family home that suited their Jupiter lifestyle—where nothing is off-limits, and everything improves with age and wear. Christian covered the walls with Thomas Melhorn’s proprietary white wax plaster, which develops into a patina with age and never needs to be painted. The furniture is a mix of vintage and custom, much of it upholstered in white, which doesn’t deter them at all. “This was designed to be a beach house at the end of the day,” says Lauren. “A lot of people see the white furniture and think it’s untouched, but we live on it.” Adds Christian: “This is a small house, and every inch is designed to be lived in. There are scars, but in a good way—like the place where Brayden ran his skateboard into the wall. Nothing is too precious to use because, ultimately, your family is most precious, so why would you hold back?” Memories in the making of a rich family life are everywhere. Ella’s favorite part of the house is the living room and its stereo console. “My dad and I come out here at night and, instead of watching TV, we listen to records,” she says. Hanging over the

kitchen table, sheets of rice paper inscribed with love notes in different languages and messages and drawings made by family and friends sprout from a paper chandelier by artist Ingo Maurer. “We rotate the messages every once in a while,” says Christian as he unclips a drawing by a very young Brayden and then, laughing, puts it back. “I have to keep this one up.” Outside, when they’re not plunging in the pool or perfecting a frontside 180 on the skate ramp, the family is likely at the beach, a three-minute walk from their home. Christian surfs and kitesurfs, Brayden skimboards, and Lauren enjoys morning beach walks with Christian and Simon. Ella and her friends like to hang out at the private Jupiter Inlet Beach Club, where Christian volunteers to oversee the grounds and exterior of the two-story building. This foundation of an active, community-centered family life has served them well during the COVID pandemic and, in fact, Lauren feels it has reinforced their quality-over-quantity mantra and brought them closer to what’s important—like family mealtime. “I feel a deep family connection happens over meals,” she says. “I think the kids appreciate every night

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lacrosse. Ella, a sophomore at The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens, plays varsity volleyball and is also on the travel volleyball team. When they are hanging out at home, there are often friends with them—the Thomas home is a coveted gathering spot, and for good reason. “Whenever my kids’ friends come over, I bring out whatever I have in the cabinets,” says Lauren. “It could be cookies and popcorn, or I might make tacos.” Her talent for setting the stage, which she says comes naturally, was so well-received on her Instagram account that she decided to expand her brand with a lifestyle book (to be published late 2021/early 2022) that showcases her flair for casual, beachy entertaining. “I love inventing, using a night or a meal as a blank canvas and with kids running in and out of the house, jumping in the pool, or playing lacrosse in the yard,” she says. “Even when it’s just my

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husband and me, I try to make it fun and different. I don’t want to just open a can of beans. My goal is to inspire people to find joy in the art of cooking see that there’s beauty in it.” Both Lauren and Christian are dedicated to nourishing the roots they’ve planted in Jupiter and protecting the type of smalltown life that is vanishing in many parts of the country. A local history buff, Christian intentionally set up his office in Jupiter’s historic downtown, on Town Hall Avenue, and is devoted to

preserving the area’s rich history. He and Lauren love to ride bikes across the bridge to local restaurants and support small businesses in the area. But there’s nothing quite like the feeling of coming home to their haven in Jupiter Inlet Colony. “As soon as you cross the bridge to the island, it feels like an escape,” says Christian. The iconic lighthouse is a welcoming beacon—literally and figuratively. “At night, the beam sweeps right over our house and reminds us that we live in this truly special place.” ❖

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An attorney with his own law firm, Cobb got into the finance side of the cannabis business in 2012 and also began lobbying in Tallahassee and D.C. for changes to laws surrounding marijuana. His interest in it all was sparked while he was taking care of his ailing father, Clyde Walton “Bill” Cobb, who decades ago became a drug smuggler after an unexpected encounter. He had been on his Pensacola farm one day when a tractor-trailer broke down nearby. The drivers asked the elder Cobb if they could store some things in his barn for a bit; in exchange, they promised him $70,000. Cobb agreed—and that decision served as the first step in becoming a major dealer for Pablo Escobar. Cobb was arrested on smuggling charges in 1983 and served time in prison. Once he was released, he fell ill with prostate cancer, which would eventually take his life in 2010. He smoked marijuana to ease his pain and, seeing how much it helped his father, the younger Cobb decided he wanted to do something to help others. In 2018, he bought a small medical marijuana company, which he renamed One Plant, and began

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the task of quickly scaling it up. He started out in 2020 with one dispensary and a small grove in Ruskin on Florida’s west coast. By the end of the year, he had opened seven dispensaries and had built a brand-new, 54,000-square-foot cultivation facility in Indiantown, employing 265 people across the state. Last year, he took the company public, and this past January, he negotiated a merger with Cresco Labs for $213 million in stock. Cobb says it made sense to base his business in the area. From a distribution standpoint, Indiantown is only a couple of hours from both Orlando and Miami. And the local government, he says, “has been a partner, and the support has been tremendous.” Florida’s medical marijuana laws require any company selling marijuana to be vertically integrated, meaning a firm like One Plant must grow the plants and have its own distribution system and retail operation. One Plant’s facility in Indiantown is among the state’s most technologically advanced. The hybrid greenhouse, which sits on a 33-acre farm, houses 10 5,000-square-foot cultivation rooms, each with customizable climate control and adjustable shade or sun systems, depending on what the plants need. The irrigation and fertigation system also can infuse CO2 when the plants need it. Because the greenhouse so closely controls the climate, it can operate in a “perpetual harvest,” meaning that staff harvests and replants one of the flowering rooms every seven days. “Our team takes a tremendous amount of pride in how clean the garden is and how happy and healthy our plants are,” says Cobb, who calls his greenhouse staff a “dream team of cannabis cultivators and purists.” To track how the plants are

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doing, the company created a proprietary tech program called AllLeaves. And to get the product to customers, One Plant utilizes an e-commerce platform and a home delivery system. Cobb isn’t the only one who has realized the geographic benefits of the Treasure Coast. One Plant may soon be surrounded by many more cannabis companies, says Roger Brown, CEO and president of ACS Laboratory, which has offices in Boca Raton and a cannabis research facility near Tampa. According to Brown, Martin and St. Lucie counties have the available farmland and existing farmers that the cannabis industry needs. “Driving out to the One Plant facility, you see that it’s surrounded by farmland,” he says. “That land is owned by pretty substantial

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corporate growers. All of those farms are revenueproducing, and are they going to make more money growing ornamental flowers or strawberries than they are growing marijuana or hemp?” It’s a rhetorical question. Medical marijuana has only been legal in Florida since 2016, yet the industry recorded more than $1.2 billion in sales last year. By 2030, the industry is expected to hit $6 billion in annual sales here. The industry grew 93 percent in its first year, and Florida now has nearly half a million medical marijuana patients. Fifteen thousand local cannabisrelated jobs were added last year, bringing the number Dirty Lemons, one of Floridians working in the industry to more than of the cannabis strains grown at 30,000. The cannabis industry is so important to the One Plant state that dispensary employees were labeled “essential workers” during the pandemic lockdown. Part of the reason the Treasure Coast has become a hub for The Fort Pierce facility, the U.S. Horticultural Research Laboracannabis start-ups is owed to a St. Lucie County research lab tory, conducts hemp research, among other things, and there that is run jointly by the University of Florida and the USDA. is a proposal on the table to turn it into a major international

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research hub with marijuana cultivation areas, says Jeff Greene, a Fort Lauderdale–based lobbyist for the Florida Hemp Council. Greene suspects that will happen soon, and when it does, it will likely bring even more marijuana, hemp, and CBD companies to the area. This new world of legal cannabis isn’t just about patients who buy medical marijuana and CBD oil at dispensaries to treat ailments. Among the many cannabis-related companies here is Neptune Wellness Solutions, a Canadian company that is in the midst of relocating its headquarters to Jupiter. Neptune specializes in extracting compound cannabinoids from the marijuana plant to be used in products ranging from deodorant to household cleaners, says President and CEO Michael Cammarata. “This plant is a super ingredient,” he says. “It’s going to change beauty items, home items, and the medicine cabinet, all for different purposes.” Cammarata, a Jupiter local, came to this realization about cannabis back when he was CEO of Schmidt’s Naturals. The company was looking for plant-based ingredients that could replace chemicals (like aluminum in deodorant). Research showed that cannabinoids

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could be used in many of the products Cammarata’s company produced, but nobody was producing the number of cannabinoids the health and beauty industry needed to make the switch. So in 2019, he invested millions of his own money into Neptune and turned it into a cannabinoid-producing specialist. And it’s clear there is a market for it: Neptune nearly doubled in growth in the past year alone. At Neptune’s new U.S. headquarters in Jupiter, Cammarata will focus on producing cannabinoids that can be used in all kinds of products, while also working on federal and state cannabis legislation and educating Americans on the uses of cannabis as a super ingredient. Even as the Treasure Coast continues to see a boom in the cannabis industry, other parts of the state aren’t yet as welcoming to the growing business. There are more than 270 dispensaries currently operating in Florida today—with about a dozen in Martin and St. Lucie counties alone—but Jupiter, for one, has banned dispensaries within town limits. Cannabis law expert Dustin Robinson says that will likely change soon, citing evidence that “70 percent of Florida voters” support legal dispensaries and that Jupiter residents currently simply travel to Stuart dispensaries or opt to have product delivered to their homes from companies outside of town. The bottom line, says Brown, is that it all comes down to money. As long as marijuana is classified as medicine, the state can’t tax it and get in on what is quickly becoming one of the most profitable industries around. If it is converted to recreational use in the future, that opens up the door for hundreds of millions in tax revenue a year for Florida. That lure of tax revenue is changing what it means to lobby

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Jeff Greene, a lobbyist for the Florida Hemp Council, says he hopes to transform the U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory in Fort Pierce into a major hub for cannabis research, with cultivation areas like those shown here.

The Cannabis Publicist

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Durée Ross had been in the publicity business for nearly 20 years when she got a call that stumped her. It was from a real estate developer who was investing in a CBD company, and he needed her help promoting it. She remembers thinking, CBD? As in marijuana? She had little firsthand experience in that area, but for years she had been splitting her time between South Florida and Colorado, so she knew cannabis had already become a big industry in other parts of the country. She quickly assembled her team at Durée & Company and set them on a task: They were to learn everything they could about marijuana, from research and legal issues to the science and what it does to the body. “As a publicist, if you’re selling a product, you have to understand it and you have to believe it,” she says. Today, her agency represents all kinds of companies and advocacy groups related to the cannabis industry; cannabis-related clients, including One Plant and the Florida Hemp Council, now represent a third of her firm’s overall business, and she’s expecting that number to grow. “An entirely new industry doesn’t often just pop up,” she says, “and we were able to get in on the ground floor.” dureeandcompany.com

for cannabis laws. When Cobb first got into the industry, he says he “couldn’t get a call back from the people who make the coffee” in Tallahassee, and his family questioned why he was getting into such a controversial business. Today, the cannabis industry is a powerful lobbying force, and those same family members are now asking him how they can get a medical marijuana card. Says Cobb: “The responses and narratives have shifted so dramatically.” ❖

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His natural talent was immediately apparent: He won a Gold Key regional award from the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers for a black-and-white infrared photo he shot in the Florida Everglades. He went on to attend Florida State University, where he completed a business degree as his passion for photography continued to grow. When he graduated and took his first “adult job” in accounting, his priorities began to shift back to his roots. “I had been doing photography all along for fun, a little something here and there,” he says of the two years he spent working as an accountant. “I did the Winter Park [Sidewalk Art Festival] as an ‘emerging artist,’ and I just blew out everything I brought on the first day. A few months after that, I quit my job and started doing art shows full-time.” His first series as a professional photographer, titled Florida Noir, was shot entirely on black-and-white film from 2010 to 2014 and earned Auger more than $60,000 at juried art competitions. The series includes images from all over the state—from the Panhandle to the Keys, and several rivers and springs in between. “It was a love letter to Florida,” he says. “I shot that series to make art, not to sell it, but it did really well anyway.”

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Over his 10-plus-year career, Auger has toggled between film and digital photography, recently adding aerial and underwater equipment to his tool belt. The fresh perspective has allowed him to showcase certain ecosystems— like a coral reef several miles off Dry Tortugas National Park or the hidden creeks of the St. Johns River—in a new and unique way. “There’s a lot to discover out there,” the artist says of his subject matter, which is almost exclusively Florida naturescapes and currently focuses on vibrant colors and panoramic shots captured with digital equipment. “I’ll go out at 4 in the morning and wait for the sun to hit the sabal palms in the middle of nowhere. It’s a great experience.” richardauger.com ❖ —Tracy Marcello

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Top Doctors 342 physicians in 50 specialties to solve all of your medical needs

On the following pages, you’ll discover our carefully curated list of Top Doctors as chosen by their peers. We profile some of the most trusted and experienced physicians in the Palm Beach County area, many of whom give their time and talents to make our community even stronger.

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HOLISTIC HEALER

Jupiter resident Dr. Ken Grey uses Eastern medicine to treat patients—and calming practices like art and tai chi to help himself BY MICHELE MEYER

If not for a car accident at age 18, Dr. Ken Grey might not

“Surgeons perform magic, and I realized I could fill in gaps

have fully appreciated the power of Eastern and alternative

by using needles, rather than a scalpel, to help ease muscle

medicine. In fact, he was so impressed by the pain relief he

and joint pain and free energy flow,” he says.

got from visiting a Port St. Lucie chiropractor that he asked

At House of Healing Arts & Sciences, Grey offers his

to join the doctor’s practice as an assistant—and quickly

patients acupuncture, juicing, and other holistic treatments.

proved his worth. “He promoted me to do physical therapy

Always driven to find new avenues to help others live

because of my rapport with patients and understanding of

healthy lives, Grey hosts a radio show, Maximum Health

healing,” says Grey, now a holistic physician at House of

Radio Quality Living, which airs on the local NPR station

Healing Arts & Sciences in Jupiter.

(88.9 FM) on Friday evenings. He also launched a holistic

The son and stepson of West Indies natives, Grey already

health platform and mobile app, VELL, to aid people

was schooled in herbal medicine via his mother, who would

coping with anxiety, chronic pain, depression, diabetes,

make tinctures, soups, and salads using ingredients from

obesity, and autoimmune diseases. “Anytime you have

their garden in Queens, New York and later in Port St. Lucie,

the opportunity to heal someone, teach them, or make

where they moved when he was a teenager.

them laugh, you empower them,” he says. “You’ve done

“Eastern medicine isn’t about one tool,” says Grey, who uses his hands, needles, aromatherapy, and homeopathic medicine in his practice. “I’m using my inherent talents.”

something worthwhile.” Outside of the health realm, Grey remains an avid artist, whose paintings are often exhibited at local galleries,

As a talented young man, Grey attended St. Johns River

and he has taught art to autistic children at the Center

State College in Palatka on an art scholarship before honing

for Creative Education as a volunteer. “Art allows kids to

his Eastern medicine skills with a master’s degree from the

communicate when they cannot use words,” he says.

Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale.

The Jupiter resident and father of seven children says

On staff at Jupiter Medical Center for the past 14 years, the

painting also calms and centers his own busy mind. “Art

licensed doctor of Oriental medicine and acupuncture

and tai chi on the beach are both very spiritual for me,” he

pioneered the use of acupuncture in operating rooms.

says. “They put everything else to the side.” ❖

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EARLY BLOOMER

Palm Beach Gardens resident Dr. Craig Forleiter started on the medical tract early. Now, after a stint on a New York–based TV docuseries, he treats patients at Lickstein Plastic Surgery. BY MICHELE MEYER

There was never any doubt that Craig Forleiter would

putting patients first. “It used to be medicine happened

become a doctor. “I grew up with the utmost respect for the

to the patient, but now it’s done with the patient,” says

medical profession,” he says. “My grandpa, great grandpa,

Forleiter, who decided to focus on reconstructive and

and great uncle were all dentists. I never even considered

cosmetic surgery and is currently a plastic surgeon at

another field.”

Lickstein Plastic Surgery in Palm Beach Gardens. “One

The New Jersey native was one of those rare students

of the rewards of working in reconstructive surgery is

accepted to medical school early—while still a sophomore

meeting someone on what may be the worst day of their

at the University of Maryland College Park. Knowing

life, due to trauma or cancer, and being in their corner

he was secure in his admission to George Washington

helping them get through a trying time.”

University in Washington, D.C., he didn’t have to cram for

Prior to joining Lickstein in 2020, he worked at Cleveland

MCATs and was able to study in London for six months

Clinic Florida in Weston to hone his surgical skills in a

before med school.

region with high demand for them. He had then planned to

In 2009, while at GWU’s library, Forleiter spotted a coed

return to the northeast, but that changed when he spotted an

on her iPad watching the Boston Red Sox, the archrival

ad for an opening as a surgeon at Lickstein Plastic Surgery.

of his beloved New York Yankees. “They say opposites

“Dr. David Lickstein has a wonderful reputation,” he says. “I

attract,” he says. “But it took a year before Amy agreed to

love working for him. He treats his employees like family.”

date me.”

Forleiter has operating privileges at Jupiter Medical

When the couple graduated the following year, Forleiter

Center, Wellington Regional Medical Center, Good

spoke at their graduation ceremony. “I’ve always been

Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach, and North

outgoing and don’t mind microphones and cameras,”

County Surgicenter in Palm Beach Gardens.

he says. It was that affability that led to a surprise TV gig

He and Amy, a physician’s assistant, wed in September

on ABC’s NY Med two years later. While a resident at

2014 and have a 3-year-old daughter, Madison. At home

Manhattan’s Mount Sinai West, a videographer for the

in Palm Beach Gardens, he loves to cook, listen to Bruce

show who was casting its season to be set at Mount Sinai

Springsteen, and collect fine whiskey—eluding him is

overheard Forleiter telling a funny story in the doctors’

Pappy Van Winkle 15-year bourbon.

lounge—and the rest is history. What he loved most about his six weeks on the small screen was that the show focused on his personal passion:

But he’s not complaining. “I’ve got my dream job in a wonderful community,” he says. “And I’m not shoveling snow in my driveway.” ❖

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Top Doctors ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY

Gabriel Gonzalez Allergy Asthma and Sinus Center Loxahatchee 561-790-2258 palmswesthospital.com Alan P. Koterba Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches North Palm Beach 561-626-2006 pballergy.com Elena E. Perez Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches North Palm Beach 561-626-2006 pballergy.com ANESTHESIOLOGY

Roberto Duran Neurocare Consultants Jupiter 561-624-0702 Claudia Garcia Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 561-263-4412 jupitermed.com David J. West Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-1411 BREAST SURGERY

Elena Antedomenico Rehl Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 561-594-1850 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com John A.P. Rimmer John A.P. Rimmer, M.D. Jupiter 561-748-1242 johnrimmermd.com Sandra P. Sanchez Sandra P. Sanchez, DO Palm Beach Gardens 561-296-2556 genesiscare.com

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Predrag Knez Palm Beach Heart Clinic Jupiter 561-575-5785 jupitermed.com

Morteza Tavakol Palm Beach Cardiology Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-1061 palmbeachcardiology.com

Suneet Kukreja Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants LLC West Palm Beach 561-882-6060 theacchealth.com

Augusto E. Villa Mount Sinai Heart New York Palm Beach Jupiter 561-627-2912 mountsinai.org

Z. Jacob Litwinczuk Advanced Cardiology of Palm Beaches Jupiter 561-744-7720 jupitermed.com

Craig D. Vogel Tenet Florida Physician Services Jupiter 561-627-3130 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

Nishant D. Patel Tenet Florida Physician Services Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-3618 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

Gonzalo J. Loveday Mount Sinai Heart New York Palm Beach Jupiter 561-627-2210 mountsinai.org

COLON AND RECTAL SURGERY

CARDIOLOGY

Ida Mazza Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 215-740-1713 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

Robert J. Anderson Jr Robert J. Anderson, MD Jupiter 561-776-7676 randersonmd.com Arthur H. Katz Arthur H. Katz, M.D. Jupiter 561-775-8447 arthurkatzmd.com Jeffrey H. Newman Tenet Florida Cardiovascular Care Delray Beach 561-638-9140 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

Edgar Abovich Edgar Abovich, MD Jupiter 561-624-3303 jupitermed.com Rahul Aggarwal Tenet Florida Physician Services Jupiter 561-627-3130 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Chauncey W. Crandall IV. Dr. Chauncey Crandall West Palm Beach 561-529-3997 chaunceycrandall.com Jeffrey Fenster The Cardiac Institute of the Palm Beaches Jupiter 561-296-5225 thecardiacinstitute.com Cyrus Kavasmaneck Palm Beach Cardiology Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-1061 palmbeachcardiology.com

Keith D. Meyer Keith D. Meyer, M.D., P.A. West Palm Beach 561-820-0122 goodsamaritanmc.com Jyoti B. Mohanty Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 561-366-6777 jupitermed.com Edward Mostel Palm Beach Cardiology Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-1061 palmbeachcardiology.com Richard J. Price Richard J. Price MD PA Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-5606

Hayder Al-Azzawi Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 561-835-3396 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Kimmerle Cohen Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 561-802-9958 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Eduardo Parra-Davila Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 561-227-9238 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Jefferson R Vaughan Office of Dr. Jefferson Vaughan General Surgery Jupiter 561-741-5695 jupitermedicalspecialists.com Ronald Zelnick Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC Jupiter 561-972-5703 jupitermedicalspecialists.com

Utpal N. Sagar Mount Sinai Heart New York Palm Beach Jupiter 561-627-2210 jupitermed.com

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Jean-Paul Azzi, MD

The Palm Beach Center for Facial Plastic & Laser Surgery

Dr. Jean-Paul Azzi is a double board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializing exclusively in cosmetic and reconstructive procedures of the face, nose, and neck. Dr. Azzi utilizes the most advanced and cutting-edge techniques in facial plastic surgery to individualize every patient’s treatment. He applies an integrative approach to treat all aspects of aging including gravity, volume loss, and texture changes. It is this unique style and his artistic eye that allows him to achieve beautiful, natural, and longlasting results. He has trained at the finest institutions with worldrenowned plastic surgeons in Manhattan, where he practiced the most advanced techniques for the treatment of the aging face including endoscopic lifts, deep-plane facelifting, revision facelifting, minimally invasive facelifting, eyelid lifts, lip lifts, and rhinoplasty, to name a few.

Currently, he lectures at an annual conference on cosmetic facial surgery with an emphasis on his revision deep-plane facelift techniques. Beyond his reputation for expert technical ability, Dr. Azzi’s wonderful bedside manner has made him a popular choice among nurses, physicians, and hospital staff. He treats every patient with individualized, friendly care, and his patients love his sense of humor and caring demeanor. In addition to his cosmetic private practice in Jupiter and Palm City, Dr. Azzi also enjoys teaching and performing probono surgeries in underprivileged countries. He has traveled around the world reconstructing children born with facial deformities in places such as Vietnam, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Colombia. These procedures include repairing cleft lips and palates and reconstructing children with microtia (missing ears) using their rib cartilage.

4495 Military Trail, Suite 202 // Jupiter // 561.429.5403 // palmbeachfacialsurgery.com

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Top Doctors CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE AND PULMONARY DISEASE

Kenneth J. Fuquay Kenneth J. Fuquay, MD Jupiter 561-745-6950 jupitermed.com Maung K. Oo Northern Palm Beach Pulmonary & Critical Care, PA Jupiter 561-323-6555 jupitermed.com DERMATOLOGY

Kristen M. Aloupis Aloupis Dermatology Jupiter 561-313-1230 aloupisdermatology.com

Michael T. Borenstein Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7041 gardensdermatology.com Larry Cohen Palm Beach Dermatology Jupiter 561-296-1122 palmbeachskin.com Scott Fayne Palm Beach Dermatology Jupiter 561-296-1122 palmbeachskin.com Manju Elizabeth George Pediatric Dermatology of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Gardens 561-804-7546 pediatricdermpb.com

Kathleen B. Herne Sanctuary Medical Center Boca Raton 561-886-0970 sanctuarymedical.com

Oren H. Lifshitz Palm Beach Dermatology Palm Beach Gardens 561-296-7546 palmbeachskin.com

Larisa C. Kelley Palm Beach Dermatology Palm Beach Gardens 617-803-7433 palmbeachskin.com

John Minni Water’s Edge Dermatology Jupiter 561-570-2201 wederm.com

John P. Kowalczyk Palm Beach Dermatology Jupiter 561-296-1122 palmbeachskin.com

Alissa O’Brien Water’s Edge Dermatology Jupiter 561-570-4643 wederm.com

Shauna Kranendonk Skye Dermatology Jupiter 561-820-0155 skyedermatology.com

Justin Platzer Water’s Edge Dermatology Palm Beach Gardens 561-463-5684 wederm.com

Anne Fischer, MD, PHD Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery

Dr. Anne C. Fischer is board certified in general surgery and pediatric surgery. She has been in practice for 20 years and specializes in advanced laparoscopy and thoracic surgery for newborns, toddlers and children. She is the Chief of Surgery at the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital. “I am passionate about quality of care, and there is a joy to taking care of children and bringing them state-of-the-art care.” In her role as a Site Director for FAU General Surgical Residency, Dr. Fischer has chosen to carry on the family tradition of academic medicine, with both parents as full professors at UNC - Chapel Hill, passing on the love of medicine to future generations of physicians. The youngest of four physician siblings, she chose pediatric surgery given its potential to transform the entire life of a child. Although a challenging field, “I think there are so many innovations that have improved the care of children. There have been tremendous gains,” she says.

Palm Beach Children’s Surgical Specialists 641 University Blvd Suite 105 Jupiter, FL 33458

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Christopher Boyes, MD

Coastal Vein and Vascular Specialists

Coastal Vein and Vascular Specialists (CVVS) represents a medical team of practitioners that are committed to the highest excellence of vascular medical care. Each highly skilled professional has decades of combined experience evaluating and treating the most complex of vascular disorders. Every professional at Coastal Vein and Vascular remains at the forefront of the latest techniques to provide the best possible results for every patient. Dr. Christopher Boyes is a boardcertified vascular surgeon and is a native of Palm Beach Gardens. After completing his vascular surgery fellowship from Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, he was an academic vascular surgeon and the assistant program director for the Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute for many years. He has published numerous articles highlighting his passion for limb salvage and critical limb ischemia and serves

as a member on multiple committees and advisory boards. He is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons and is a member of the Society for Vascular Surgery. He recently moved back to Palm Beach Gardens to offer an academic level of excellence in vascular medical care to our community. Dr. Boyes is proficient with open and endovascular surgery including aneurysms, carotid, venous and arterial disease, dialysis access, TCAR, EVAR, and TEVAR. Office-based procedures include the latest technologies for spider and varicose veins. His certified physician assistant, Richard Garibaldi, is an American Academy of Physician Assistants Distinguished Fellow. CVVS also incorporates an accredited vascular laboratory, and the RVT (registered vascular technologist) ultrasound technologists possess many years of combined experience.

3401 PGA Blvd., Suite 325 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.295.4110 // coastalvascular.com

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Top Doctors DERMATOLOGY (cont.)

Vidya S. Rajpara Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7041 gardensdermatology.com

Noah K. Weisberg Skin Cancer Care Specialists Jupiter 561-775-6011 sccsmd.com EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT

Steven P. Rosenberg Palm Beach Dermatology West Palm Beach 561-640-4400 palmbeachskin.com

Jeffrey Alperstein ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Jupiter 561-776-4950 entsf.com

Steven D. Shapiro Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7041 gardensdermatology.com

Robert Dattolo ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-3773 entsf.com

Peter A. Vitulli Jr. A Center for Dermatology, Cosmetic and Laser Surgery Jupiter 561-427-2000 drvitulli.com

Robert Gerring ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7112 entsf.com David A. Lehman ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-3773 entsf.com John Li ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Jupiter 561-748-4445 entsf.com

Michael J. Lipan ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7112 entsf.com

Christopher LeMay Anywhere Total Health Jupiter 561-523-4366 anywheretotalhealth.com

Thomas E. Lipin Thomas E. Lipin MD PA Jupiter 561-746-2114 thomaslipinmd.com

Jason L Sevald Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7172

Mark R. Murphy Mark R. Murphy, M.D. Palm Beach Gardens 561-408-6284 palmbeachfacialplastic.com Terry S. Olson ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida West Palm Beach 561-659-2266 entsf.com Joseph R. Zito ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-3773 entsf.com EMERGENCY MEDICINE

George J Gurdock Good Samaritan Medical Center West Palm Beach 561-655-5511

ENDOCRINOLOGY, DIABETES, AND METABOLISM

Alan Feldman South Florida Endocrine Center Jupiter 561-626-9041 endo-diabetes.com Aleksandra Kraeher South Florida Endocrine Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9041 endo-diabetes.com Kathryn Reynolds Palm Beach Diabetes & Endocrine Specialists Jupiter 561-513-5100 pbdes.com FAMILY MEDICINE

Sareh Beladi Jupiter Medical Group Jupiter 561-746-2411 jupitermedicalgroup.com Orlon V. Carr III Orlon V. Carr III, MD Jupiter 561-747-7377 jupitermed.com Michelle Carrillo-Massa Advanced Natural of Jupiter Jupiter 561-744-2724 drmichellemassa.com Richard A. DeLucia Jr. Jupiter Family Healthcare Jupiter 561-776-5252 jupiterfamilyhealthcare.com

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Orlando A. Francis-Cedeno, Jr., DPM, FACFAS Abacoa Podiatry - Jupiter Laser & Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Orlando Cedeno is a board-certified podiatric surgeon of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and a member of the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons. His practice focuses on the treatment of varicose veins, reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, advanced wound care, and peripheral nerve microsurgery. After attending Barry University School Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, he completed a comprehensive three-year foot and ankle surgery residency and followed with a prestigious traumatology fellowship in Lugano, Switzerland, under the direction of renowned Swiss Orthopedist, Dr. Kaj Klaue. Dr.

Cedeno has been in private practice for 11 years. He has served as Medical Director for Wound Healing Centers and is certified in hyperbaric medicine. He also serves as Medical Director for clinical research trials in wound care and medical devices. Abacoa Podiatry offers the newest and most innovative procedures that provide the best patient outcomes utilizing stem cell therapies, onsite digital x-rays, blood flow testing, robotic laser therapy for pain, shockwave therapy for heel pain and Achilles’ tendonitis, laser (Cutera) for fungal infections of the nails, and various treatment for varicose veins. Dr. Cedeno is on staff at Jupiter Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Hospital, and Northpoint Surgery (Baptist Hospital).

4601 Military Trail, Suite 202 // Jupiter // 561.624.4800 // orlandocedenodpm.com, jupiterlaser.com

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Top Doctors FAMILY MEDICINE (cont.)

Robert C. Greer IV Robert C. Greer IV, D.O., FACOFP & Robert C. Greer V, D.O. Lake Park 561-844-2464 greerdr.com Holly Hadley Wellness First Juno Beach 561-491-4666 wellnessfirstjunobeach.com David C. Rosenberg Jupiter Concierge Family Practice Jupiter 561-743-0005 jupiterfamilypractice.com Clinton Schlenker Cleveland Clinic Palm Beach Gardens 561-904-7200 my.clevelandclinic.org

FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY

Howard Schwartz Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC Jupiter 561-935-4070 jupitermedicalspecialists.com Ronald Surowitz The Medical Group of South Florida Jupiter 561-622-6111 mgsfl.com Arlene L. Taylor North Palm Family Practice, LLC Palm Beach Gardens 561-249-0149 northpalmfamilypractice.com Ira G. Warshaw Ira G. Warshaw, M.D. North Palm Beach 561-626-1000 drwarshaw.com

Suzanne C. Fuchs LuxePodiatry Jupiter 561-619-3557 luxepodiatry.com

Virginio Vena Jupiter Foot and Ankle PA DPM Jupiter 561-741-4900 jupitermed.com GASTROENTEROLOGY

Kenneth Gerszberg Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com

Essam Attia Essam Attia, MD Jupiter 561-747-7330 jupitermed.com

Bradley Lamm Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute West Palm Beach 561-844-5255 paleyinstitute.org

Sumant K. Chakravorty Gastro Health Jupiter 561-748-8103 gastrohealth.com

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Vishnu Seecharan LuxePodiatry Jupiter 561-619-3557 luxepodiatry.com

Elliot Ellis Gastro Health West Palm Beach 561-802-9050 gastrohealth.com

MittLeman Eye Top Doctors David A. Mittleman, MD

Undergraduate Degree: Yale University Medical Degree: The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Ophthalmology Residency: The Wills Eye Hospital Board Certified: American Board of Ophthalmology

General /Cataract Surgery

Elon L Luzon, OD

Undergraduate Degree: Wayne State University Medical Degree: Michigan State University Ophthalmology Residency: Nova Southeastern University Fellowship: Medical Retina at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.

Scott M. Fair, DO Retina Specialist

Undergraduate Degree: University of Maryland Visual Science Degree: Pennsylvania College of Optometry Externship Training: National Naval Medical Center Board Certified: National Board of Examiners in Optometry

Eye Physician

Justina Vasiliauskas, OD Eye Physician

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Jupiter/Gardens 601 University Blvd, Suite 101 Jupiter, FL 33458

Undergraduate Degree: University of Florida Doctor of Optometry Degree: State University of New York College of Optometry Internship Training: State University of New York Board Certified: National Board of Examiners in Optometry

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West Palm Beach 2000 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, Suite 400 West Palm Beach, FL 33409

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Craig Forleiter, MD Lickstein Plastic Surgery

Dr. Craig Forleiter possesses a boundless enthusiasm, not just for plastic and reconstructive surgery, but for all facets of life. He is known for his ability to channel his infectious energy and sincere compassion into world-class patient care. Dr. Forleiter is described by his patients as having a humble and warm bedside manner that makes you feel as if you are his only patient. He is approachable and takes the time to listen to patient concerns and thoroughly explain possible options while treating everyone with kindness and respect. He appreciates the delicate and harmonious balance between art and science in plastic surgery. His judgment is predicated on safe and reproducible outcomes. Fans of ABC’s hit reality series, NY Med, were able to witness Dr. Forleiter’s charisma and clinical skill as they followed “Dr. Craig” taking care of his patients in the emergency room, on

the wards, and in the operating room. Dr. Forleiter enjoys working with breast augmentation and “mommy makeover” surgery patients, as well as patients needing breast and skin cancer reconstruction. Patients seeking anti-aging solutions will find Dr. Forleiter trained on the most up-to-date techniques in both surgical and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation. Dr. Forleiter has been invited to present at numerous regional and national conferences and has delivered award-winning presentations around the country. When not in the operating room, he can be found enjoying time with his friends, his wife, Amy, and his daughter, Madison. Experience Dr. Forleiter’s patient-centric care and excellent aesthetic results at Lickstein Plastic Surgery.

5540 PGA Blvd., Suite 200 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.571.4000 // licksteinplasticsurgery.com 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens, Suite 1105 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.571.4000 // licksteinplasticsurgery.com

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Top Doctors GASTROENTEROLOGY (cont.)

Glenn H. Englander Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches West Palm Beach 561-659-6543 gastrogrouppb.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 92

Jeffrey H. Garelick Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches West Palm Beach 561-659-6543 gastrogrouppb.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 93

Sabu George Gastroenterology Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-8775 jupitermed.com Steven Krumholz Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches West Palm Beach 561-659-6543 gastrogrouppb.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 95

Bernard Stein Gastro Health Jupiter 561-744-2200 gastrohealth.com

Bassam Sayegh Minimal Invasive Surgery Jupiter 561-743-7766 sayeghsurgery.com

Veronica Diaz Palm Beach Hand to Shoulder Jupiter 561-746-7686 pbhts.com

Miral A. Subhani The Medical Group of South Florida Jupiter 715-586-0304 jupitermed.com

Fred Silvestri Fred Silvestri, MD Jupiter 561-741-5549 jupitermed.com

Justin Kearse Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com

Jeffrey S. Wenger Gastro Health West Palm Beach 561-802-9050 gastrohealth.com GENERAL SURGERY

John J. Bacha Palm Beach Gardens Surgery, LLC Palm Beach Gardens 561-619-3115 palmbeachgardenssurgery.com

Chester J. Maxson Gastro Health Jupiter 561-744-2200 gastrohealth.com

David Coykendall Palm Beach General Surgery and Hernia Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-513-9806 palmbeachgeneralsurgery.com

Robert S. Raymond Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches West Palm Beach 561-659-6543 gastrogrouppb.com

Kandace Kichler Dr. Kandace Kichler North Palm Beach 561-231-0193 kandacekichlermd.com

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Naveen Reddy Palm Beach GI Jupiter 561-619-7620 palmbeachgi.com

Jefferson Vaughan Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC Jupiter 561-972-5721 jupitermedicalspecialists.com GERIATRIC MEDICINE

Daniel Fortier Flagler Medical Associates West Palm Beach 561-659-7411 flaglermedicalassociates.com Steven L. Kanner Steven L. Kanner DO, FACP West Palm Beach 561-863-8301

Thomas F. Saylor Orthopaedic Care Specialists North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com Andrew Seltzer Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY

GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY

Elizabeth A. Byron Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Howard M. Goodman Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Todd A. Gersten Florida Cancer Specialists Wellington 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Barry M. Miskin Jupiter Medical Specialists Jupiter 561-745-7789 jupitermed.com

Antonella Leary Florida Cancer Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Robert J. Green Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Louis C. Rosainz Gastro Health Jupiter 561-744-2200 gastrohealth.com

Eduardo Parra-Davila Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 561-227-9238 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

Donna M. Pinelli Jupiter Medical Center Physician Group Jupiter 561-263-4400 jupitermed.com

Elisabeth A. McKeen Florida Cancer Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Salvatore Senzatimore Jr. Gastro Health West Palm Beach 561-802-9050 gastrohealth.com

John A.P. Rimmer John A.P. Rimmer, M.D. Jupiter 561-748-1242 johnrimmermd.com

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Roberto J. Acosta Robert J. Acosta, MD, PA Jupiter 561-746-8704 jupitermed.com

Shachar Peles Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

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Linda Gordon, DNP, ACNP Tighter Lines

Linda Gordon is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program and Doctor of Nursing Practice. She has practiced with the leading cardiologists in Pittsburgh for 30 years at Allegheny General Hospital and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). This provided a strong background in acute care and risk reduction for cardiovascular disease. Gordon recognized the need for education on women’s wellness and heart disease and developed the Red Dress Fashion Show in Pittsburgh. She received awards from the American Heart Association for her work on women and heart disease and was also awarded the Mary Ann Scully Excellence in Nursing Award from the American Heart Association in 2011.

With these recognitions, her passion continued to grow. Linda’s DNP was focused on women and depression, which led to an interest in women’s overall health. For the past 12 years, she has focused on facial esthetics and intimate wellness with an emphasis on beauty from the inside and outside. Her interests include injectables, lasers, threads, body contouring, and skin care. She is currently educating new injectors as a faculty member with the American Academy of Facial Esthetics. Linda continues to attend courses and advance her knowledge in the aesthetic world. She considers herself a life-long student. Most important is the team and customers that provide and receive care at Tighter Lines Aesthetics. Find Tighter Lines Aesthetics on social media: @tighterlines.

1102 W. Indiantown Road // Jupiter // 561.203.2765 // tighterlinesaesthetics.com

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Sumithra Vattigunta-Gopal Florida Cancer Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Sreevani Vemuri Sreevani Vemuri, MD Jupiter 561-427-6550 jupitermed.com

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

INTERNAL MEDICINE

Elizabeth A. Reich GenesisCare - Jupiter Hematology Oncology Jupiter 561-748-2488 genesiscare.com

Leslie E. Diaz Infectious Disease Associates of the Palm Beaches North Palm Beach 561-776-8300 jupitermed.com

Daniel L. Boss Jupiter Internal Medicine Associates, P.A. Jupiter 561-748-1888 jupiterinternalmedicine.com

Neal E. Rothschild Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

David Dodson Carden & Dodson M.D. West Palm Beach 561-655-8448 cardendodson.com

Frank Custureri Frank Custureri, MD Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-3818 jupitermed.com

Abraham Schwarzberg Cancer Center of South Florida Palm Springs 561-253-3980 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com

Jose Menajovsky Triple O Medical Services P.A. West Palm Beach 561-832-6770 tripleomedical.com

Rupesh R. Dharia Palm Beach Internal Medicine Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-8891 pbim.com

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Sujal Shah Cancer Center of South Florida Palm Beach Gardens 512-914-3755 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com

Olayemi Osiyemi Triple O Medical Services P.A. West Palm Beach 561-832-6770 tripleomedical.com

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Henry J. Shapiro GenesisCare - Jupiter Hematology Oncology Jupiter 561-748-2488 genesiscare.com

Daniel E. Peters Gardens ID Group LLC Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2914 gardensid.com

Marilyn M. Raymond Florida Cancer Specialists Wellington 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Avram J. Smukler Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Andres E. Suarez Gardens ID Group LLC Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2914 gardensid.com

Dennis Egitto Dennis Egitto, M.D. North Palm Beach 561-622-4326 choice.md Bruce Eisenberg The Medical Group of South Florida Jupiter 561-622-6111 mgsfl.com Jack Halickman Coastal Family Practice Jupiter 561-284-8383 coastalfamilypractice.health

Suresh B. Kacham Jupiter Medical Center Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Jupiter 561-263-5760 jupitermed.com Peter Lyn Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC Jupiter 561-529-4842 jupitermedicalspecialists.com Dean S. Mann MDVIP West Palm Beach 561-366-8408 mdvip.com Timothy Mark Flagler Medical Associates West Palm Beach 561-659-7411 flaglermedicalassociates.com Shady Salib Family Medical Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-7604 jupitermed.com E. Chase Van Mol Florida Acute Care Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-588-4844 bethesdaweb.com James Vanek James Vanek, MD West Palm Beach 561-659-5154

Daniel L. Spitz Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com Raymond Tsao Cancer Center of South Florida Palm Springs 561-253-3980 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 101

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Reshma M. Khan, MD

Palm Beach Rheumatology and Wellness Center

Dr. Reshma M. Khan has been voted by her peers as a Top Doctor in Palm Beach Illustrated for three years in a row. As a renowned double board-certified rheumatologist, Dr. Khan trained at two of the most prominent hospital systems in Michigan—Wayne State University and Henry Ford Hospital. She has built an innovative and patient-driven rheumatology practice in the Palm Beaches and delivers compassionate care while offering her patients the most advanced treatments available today. Dr. Khan and her staff pride themselves on providing worldclass care in a welcoming atmosphere. She diagnoses and treats a wide variety of rheumatic conditions with special training and a particular interest in inflammatory arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, Ankylosing

spondylitis, and Lupus. Dr. Khan has a state-of-the-art infusion center providing the most advanced infusion treatments Dr. Khan believes in “wellness from inside” and does lifestyle coaching in patients suffering from rheumatic diseases, focusing on the anti-inflammatory diet, sleep, and exercise. She remains an active member of the American College of Rheumatology and Florida Society of Rheumatology. She’s also a founder of the nonprofit organization, consisting of 980 women rheumatologist worldwide. She loves to teach and educate others about rheumatic diseases and writes blogs on her website. Dr. Khan enjoys doing crafts and kickboxing with her children. She loves cooking healthy meals for her family and exploring different spices from India.

550 Heritage Drive, Suite 115 // Jupiter // 561.658.1323 // drkhanrheumatologist.com

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Kim Edward Koger, MD, FACS Koger Cosmetic Clinic & Medspa

Clients are more than one-time surgical patients at Koger Cosmetic Clinic & Medspa in Jupiter. Its team sees the symmetry and harmony of your features—the texture and tone of the skin, the arch of the brow, and more importantly, how these qualities influence one another and come together as a whole. By looking at someone in totality, rather than one aspect at a time, they can deliver a total aesthetic approach to beauty enhancement. The only board-certified plastic surgeon you need by your side is Dr. Kim Edward Koger. He provides patients with the highest level of surgical mastery and is known for his

professionalism, compassion, thoroughness, and credentials. Dr. Koger graduated from Duke University School of Medicine, one of the very best medical schools in the world, and then trained in general surgery at Stanford University Medical Center. He went on to train in plastic and reconstructive surgery and also served as an adjunct clinical professor of plastic surgery at Duke Medical School. Dr. Koger can help with surgical, non-surgical, and medspa treatments. Whether you can only spare 15 minutes of downtime or two weeks of recovery, he and the staff at Koger Cosmetic Clinic and Medspa will help you reach your aesthetic goals.

4600 Military Trail, Suite 202 // Jupiter // 561.748.1565 // kogerplasticsurgery.com

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Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS The Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute

Dr. Bradley Lamm is a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon and a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS). He’s also Chief of Foot and Ankle Surgery at St. Mary’s Medical Center and Palm Beach Children’s Hospital and Director of the Foot & Ankle Deformity Center at the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute. Dr. Lamm is known globally for his expertise in treating foot and ankle deformities in both children and adults. Throughout his 20-year career, he has published more than 100 book chapters and peer review research articles, conducted multiple clinical trials, and lectured at hundreds of conferences. Dr. Lamm is the editor of the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery’s research section and a peer reviewer for various medical journals.

He is an expert in cutting-edge treatments such as total ankle replacement, limb preservation surgery for the diabetic Charcot foot and bone infections, and joint preservation surgery. He invented a revolutionary technique for minimally invasive bunion surgery and developed a classification and surgery for toe lengthening. Dr. Lamm provides each patient with a customized treatment plan and the latest medical techniques, including stem cell therapy. Every year since 2010, Dr. Lamm has been voted a “Top Doctor” by Palm Beach Illustrated, Jupiter Magazine, and Baltimore Magazine, and he appeared on the television show, The Doctors. He is a Rotation Director and Adjunct Professor at Harvard Medical School and has trained dozens of doctors from across the United States and Internationally.

901 45th St., Kimmel Building // West Palm Beach // 561.844.5255 // paleyinstitute.org

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Top Doctors INTERNAL MEDICINE (cont.)

Israel L. Wacks MDVIP Jupiter 561-743-2450 mdvip.com Anita M. Wilborn Tenet Florida Physician Services Palm Beach Gardens 561-655-9417 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com MEDICAL MARIJUANA MEDICINE

Anne Lynn Morgan MMJ Health Palm Beach Gardens 561-631-7994 mmjhealth.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 88

NEONATAL AND PERINATAL MEDICINE

Lynn C. Palmeri Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 954-838-2821 jupitermed.com Ruel T. Stoessel Ruel T. Stoessel, M.D., P.A. Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-8001 mypbca.com

David S. Amrose Advanced Kidney Care Jupiter 561-721-1112 advancedkidneycarepalmbeaches.com

Jaideep Puri Jaideep Puri, MD Jupiter 561-694-1021 jupitermed.com

Imtiaz Ather Advanced Kidney Care Jupiter 561-721-1112 advancedkidneycarepalmbeaches.com

Abbas Rabiei Coastal Nephrology, Dialysis & Internal Medicine Jupiter 561-253-8121 drabbasrabiei.com

Michelle Dompenciel Cleveland Clinic Palm Beach Gardens 877-463-2010 my.clevelandclinic.org

Jack Waterman Metropolitan Health Partners Palm Beach Gardens 561-962-0101 jupitermed.com

Danita Jones Cleveland Clinic Palm Beach Gardens 561-904-7200 my.clevelandclinic.org

Nicole Basile West Palm Beach VA Medical Center West Palm Beach 561-422-8262 accesstocare.va.gov Ronald Goldin Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-6454 jupitermedicalspecialists.com James P. Mullen Advanced Kidney Care Jupiter 561-721-1112 advancedkidneycarepalmbeaches.com

NEUROLOGY

Paul Acevedo Palm Beach Neuroscience Institute West Palm Beach 561-882-6214 pbni.com Jennifer Buczyner Comprehensive Neurology of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Gardens 561-909-0080 pbbrain.com

Arif Dalvi Palm Beach Neuroscience Institute West Palm Beach 561-882-6214 pbni.com

Linda Pao Linda Pao, MD PA Jupiter 561-444-3335 jupiterneurologist.com Jeffrey Rubin Tenet Florida Physician Services West Palm Beach 561-802-9966 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

NEPHROLOGY

Ammar Almakkee Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 561-948-3331 jupitermed.com

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David Lickstein, MD Lickstein Plastic Surgery

Thoughtful. Deliberate. Caring. Reliable. Superior surgical results. In plastic surgery, natural-appearing results are predicated on the skill, training, and judgment of your surgeon. Dr. David Lickstein has built his reputation on having the experience and confidence to deliver consistently beautiful results for even the most challenging cases. Dr. Lickstein combines innovative techniques, warmth, and honesty with a sincere devotion to making a difference for his patients, peers, the specialty, and the community. Recently elected by his peers to serve as Chief Department of Surgery at Jupiter Medical Center, he has been recognized as the “Best in Palm Beach Gardens,” one of the “Best Doctors in America,” and a Castle Connolly regional “Top Doctor” by his peers, and has been featured on NBC, CBS, WebMD, and FOX, among others. For the past three years, readers of The Palm Beach Post have voted Lickstein Plastic Surgery a “Best of Palm Beach

County” aesthetic practice. While renowned for his skill in achieving naturalappearing results in difficult revision breast and facial rejuvenation surgeries, Dr. Lickstein’s practice includes a full range of aesthetic procedures as well as skin and breast cancer reconstruction. Dr. Lickstein is equally known for his philanthropy, community service, and his commitment to mentoring students interested in various healthcare fields. Satisfied patients referring friends and family has allowed Lickstein Plastic Surgery to expand to two offices. Offering state-of-the-art surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation options, featuring their proprietary Lickstein Lift, Lickstein Plastic Surgery’s exceptionally welcoming, knowledgeable staff, makes visiting their offices a uniquely positive experience. Lickstein Plastic Surgery: world-class care in the welcoming atmosphere you deserve.

5540 PGA Blvd., Suite 200 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.571.4000 // licksteinplasticsurgery.com 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens, Suite 1105 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.571.4000 // licksteinplasticsurgery.com

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Anne Lynn Morgan, MD

MMJ Health, Marijuana Medicine

Dr. Anne Morgan, Chief Medical Officer at MMJ Health, Florida’s highest-ranking and awarded medical marijuana practice, has been specializing in marijuana medicine for nearly a decade. With licenses in Florida, Washington, and Pennsylvania for 30 years, she helps her patients reduce their medications, curb pharmaceutical side-effects, and treat even the most severe conditions with natural cannabis medicine. Patients have found relief and treatment from conditions such as pain, anxiety, cancer, PTSD, insomnia, and more. “Cannabis medicine truly is a safe, effective alternative to many long-standing pharmaceutical treatments,” says Dr. Morgan. “It has minimal side-effects if any, and most importantly, no mortality rate.” Dr. Morgan is a respected member of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians and board-certified by the American

Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine, where she sits on the board of directors. She is also a diplomate of the American Academy of Family Physicians and served as medical director for United, Humana, and Metropolitan Health. She has appeared on multiple news stations, magazines, and conferences as an expert in the field. MMJ Health offers an unprecedented 100-percent moneyback qualification guarantee. See Dr. Morgan at one of her eight locations, including Boca, Jupiter, and Port St. Lucie. Her staff at MMJ Health has the training and experience to answer anyone’s questions, do all the heavy lifting, and make sure the process is broken into three simple steps: schedule a new patient appointment, see Dr. Morgan, and lastly, receive their state-issued medical marijuana card. Find relief the natural way while living symptom and side-effect-free!

600 Sandtree Drive, Suite 108 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.631.7994 // mmjhealth.com

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Mark Pinsky, MD Pinsky Plastic Surgery

Dr. Mark Pinsky understands that as women age, their perceptions of beauty and concerns relative to appearance typically evolves. In earlier years, they may focus on enhancing their breasts or contouring their figure, while further down the road, the focus changes to facial concerns and the treatments and surgical procedures that can create a more youthful visage. The goal of any treatment plan should help patients achieve a beautiful, natural-looking appearance that reflects their inner youth and vitality. Some patients require a lower facelift, while others may only need a neck lift. Each surgical plan should be designed with each patient’s unique features in mind, and therefore each surgery should be different. Dr. Pinsky is frequently sought out for his elegant results in eyelid surgery. The

“pathway to the soul” should look soft and refined, opening the eyes while creating a rested and unoperated appearance. These treatments and procedures can be combined flawlessly to deliver radiant, youthful beauty that leads to graceful, elegant results. Facial rejuvenation patients who have previously trusted their figure to Dr. Pinsky are thrilled to once again receive the same world-class care, high-quality treatment, and stunning results they’ve come to expect. These lasting relationships are a hallmark of Pinsky Plastic Surgery and a testament to the consistently outstanding experiences and outcomes the team strives to create. For individuals who are ready to address advanced facial aging, now is the perfect time to contact us and schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Pinsky.

11020 RCA Center Drive, Suite 2010 // Palm Beach Gardens // 561.881.8800 // pinskyplasticsurgery.com

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Stephen M. Quinnan, MD

The Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute

Stephen M. Quinnan is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and leading innovator in his field. He has an exceptional background including medical education at Columbia University in New York City and fellowship training in both orthopedic trauma at the world-renowned Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland, as well as limb lengthening and deformity correction at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in Australia. He then practiced for 12 years at the University of Miami/Ryder Trauma Center where he served as Chief of Orthopedic Trauma Surgery before joining the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute. Dr. Quinnan has invented and published multiple groundbreaking surgical treatments in the areas of limb reconstruction and deformity correction, pelvic and hip reconstruction, severe fracture treatment, and post-traumatic reconstruction. These advances have not only improved the lives of many patients but

have also set new standards for what is possible in limb and pelvic reconstruction. Dr. Quinnan provides the highest level of fracture care for both the lower and upper extremities, especially for highenergy severe injuries. He also specializes in limb and joint preservation and joint replacement surgery, complex pelvic and acetabulum reconstruction, treatment of fracture nonunion and malunion, limb lengthening, correction of limb deformity and malalignment, treatment of lower and upper extremity bone loss, 3D custom solutions, and treatment of osteomyelitis. Dr. Quinnan also specializes in amputee reconstruction including osseointegration for amputees, targeted muscle reinnervation, and residuum lengthening. He is currently the only active member of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association in Palm Beach County.

901 45th St., Kimmel Building // West Palm Beach // 561.844.5255 // paleyinstitute.org

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Garvin Yee, MD

The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery

From high school athletes, to weekend warriors, to those suffering from arthritis, Dr. Garvin Yee is who patients turn to for elbow, shoulder, and knee pain treatments. Dr. Yee is a dual board-certified orthopedic surgeon with expertise in sports medicine and knee arthritis and has been practicing at The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches for 27 years. He has also been named a Castle Connolly “Top Doctor” since 2008. He focuses his practice on minimally invasive procedures through the use of arthroscopic surgery and non-surgical therapies including aquatic therapy, customized bracing, and viscosupplementation (gel) arthritis injections, which alleviate pain associated with arthritis in the knees. Dr. Yee has expertise in regenerative biologics including PRP

(platelet-rich plasma), cytokine therapy, and is a consultant for CBD management options. Dr. Yee also offers state-of-the-art, minimally invasive radiofrequency TOPAZ treatments for those suffering from tennis elbow. The procedure doesn’t require a lot of downtime and does not require the patient to wear a cast or brace. He works alongside 12 other orthopedic specialists who offer a variety of services including total hip and knee joint replacement, hand surgery, and foot and ankle surgery. The practice has offices in Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, Belle Glade, Boynton Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, and Port St. Lucie. “Teamwork is important,” says Dr. Yee. “When patients come to us, they know they have the support of a group of skilled professionals to help get them back on their feet.”

460 N. State Road 7 // Royal Palm Beach // 561.798.6600 // boneandjoint.org

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Top Doctors NEUROLOGY (cont.)

David Silvers Gardens Neurology Palm Beach Gardens 561-799-2831 gardensneurology.com J. Mark Stafford Neurology Specialists of Jupiter, PA Jupiter 561-627-3381 jupitermed.com Michael Tuchman Palm Beach Neurological Center Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-1010 palmbeachneurological.com Jose A. Zuniga Palm Beach Neurology West Palm Beach 561-845-0500 palmbeachneurology.com

Glenn Englander, MD

Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Dr. Glenn Englander received his medical degree from the University of Vermont and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago and his fellowship in gastroenterology at State University of New York at Stony Brook. He has been practicing gastroenterology in Palm Beach County since 1991 and is board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology. He has privileges at Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, JFK Medical Center North Campus, and Kindred Hospital. Before joining Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches, Dr. Englander served as chief of gastroenterology at St. Mary’s Medical Center and chief of medicine at Columbia Hospital in West Palm Beach. In 2012, he was named Outstanding Physician at West Palm Hospital. Dr. Englander is married and has an adult daughter. He enjoys playing with his redbone hound named Red.

2001 N. Flagler Drive // West Palm Beach 561.659.6543 // gastrogrouppb.com

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Sylvia Zuniga-Barboni Advanced Neurology of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-1159 advancedneuro.wpengine.com NEUROSURGERY

Ramin M. Abdolvahabi Palm Beach Neurosurgery, LLC Wellington 561-433-4444 pbneurosurgery.com R. Dev Bhardwaj Palm Beach Children’s Surgical Specialists West Palm Beach 561-295-9100 palmbeachchildrenssurgicalspecialists.com John D. Cantando Palm Beach Neurosurgery Boynton Beach Boynton Beach 561-433-4444 jfkmc.com Steven A. Dutcher Palm Beach Neurosurgery, LLC Wellington 561-433-4444 pbneurosurgery.com

Heldo Gomez Jr. Dr. Heldo Gomez Jr, MD Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-7855 drheldogomez.com Brett Osborn Dr. Osborn, PLLC Jupiter 561-935-9233 drosborn.com Brett A. Schlifka Palm Beach Neurosurgery, LLC Wellington 561-433-3444 pbneurosurgery.com OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

Amy N. Banooni Ob/Gyn Specialists of the Palm Beaches, PA Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-6801 obgynspb.com Dudley Brown Jr. The Brown Institute for Health and Wellness Jupiter 561-459-8955 bifhw.com Loel A. Fishman OB/GYN Specialists of the Palm Beaches Jupiter 561-741-1957 obgynspb.com Victor R. Iannaccone OB/GYN Specialists of the Palm Beaches Jupiter 561-741-1957 obgynspb.com Marc Kaufman Partners in Women’s Health Jupiter 561-354-1515 jupiterobgyn.com Stephen H. Livingston Stephen H. Livingston, MD Jupiter 561-799-3722 palmbeachobgyn.com

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Sasha Melendy OB/GYN Specialists of the Palm Beaches Jupiter 561-741-1957 obgynspb.com Lori Sevald Palm Beach Obstetrics & Gynecology Palm Beach Gardens 561-320-4663 obgynpalmbeach.com Anthony P. Shaya Partners in Women’s Health Jupiter 561-354-1515 jupiterobgyn.com OPHTHALMOLOGY

Thomas Albini University of Miami Health System Bascom Palmer Eye Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1500 bascompalmer-doctors.umiamihealth.org Larissa Camejo Larissa Camejo, MD: Center for Medical and Surgical Eye Care Jupiter 561-223-6557 pbglaucomaexpert.com

David S. Greenfield University of Miami Health System - Bascom Palmer Eye Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1500 doctors.umiamihealth.org Michael R. Grimmett Grimmett Eye Care PLLC Palm Beach Gardens 561-691-3937 jupitermed.com Luis J. Haddock University of Miami Health System - Bascom Palmer Eye Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1500 bascompalmer-doctors.umiamihealth.org Ellen Koo University of Miami Health System Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1544 doctors.umiamihealth.org Richard P. Margolies Richard P. Margolies, MD Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-5600 richardpmargoliesmd.com

Michael Connor Oculoplastic & Orbital Consultants Palm Beach Gardens 561-845-6500 eyeliddocs.com

Craig A. Mckeown University of Miami Health System - Bascom Palmer Eye Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1500 doctors.umiamihealth.org

Jorge A. Fortun University of Miami Health System Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1543 doctors.umiamihealth.org

David Mittleman Mittleman Eye West Palm Beach 561-500-2020 mittlemaneye.com

Paul M. Gallogly Retina Care Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-0099 retinacarespecialists.com

Peter A.D. Rubin Peter A.D. Rubin, M.D. Palm Beach Gardens 561-729-7771 eyelidexperts.com

David A. Goldman Goldman Eye Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-7120 goldmaneye.com

Alan Shuster Shuster Eye Center Jupiter 561-425-7070 shustereyecenter.com

Jeffrey Garelick, MD

Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Dr. Jeffrey Garelick graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in biology from the University of Pennsylvania. He received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at New York Hospital - Cornell University Medical Center, where he also completed his fellowship in gastroenterology/hepatology. Before joining Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches, Dr. Garelick was appointed assistant attending, instructor in medicine, and length of stay coordinator at New York Hospital - Cornell University Medical Center. Dr. Garelick has been practicing gastroenterology in Palm Beach County since 1996. He is affiliated with Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, and Jupiter Medical Center. When Dr. Garelick isn’t working, he enjoys camping, hiking, skiing, kayaking, and snorkeling, especially when his entire family is involved.

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Brad D. Simons Specialty Eye Associates Jupiter 561-747-3937 jupitermed.com Craig A. Skolnick Skolnick Eye Institute Jupiter 561-296-2010 skolnickeye.com ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

Chaim Arlosoroff Orthopaedic Care Specialists North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com Lyall J. Ashberg Atlantis Orthopaedics Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-8500 atlantisortho.com

Kandace Kichler, MD, FACS North Palm Beach Aesthetics

Dr. Kandace Kichler is double board-certified in surgery and obesity medicine. She completed her training at the University of Miami and fellowship at Cleveland Clinic Florida. Dr. Kichler practices medical weight loss and non-surgical facial rejuvenation at her North Palm Beach Aesthetics office. She’s the director of bariatric surgery and obesity medicine at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Florida, and serves as faculty for the University of Miami and the Kansas City University of Medicine. Dr. Kichler is very passionate about her concierge practice, North Palm Beach Aesthetics, where she performs advanced facial aesthetic injections and her unique thread lift technique to create a youthful, naturally beautiful face. As a diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine, Dr. Kichler also guides clients through their weight loss journey using a combination of her specially formulated “FatBurner” injections, medications, and comprehensive diet and exercise regimens.

David R. Campbell David Campbell MDPA Jupiter 561-427-0860 spinecenterflorida.com Michael Cooney Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com Veronica Diaz Palm Beach Hand to Shoulder Jupiter 561-746-7686 pbhts.com Rami Joseph Elkhechen Orthopaedic Care Specialists North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com David Feldman Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute West Palm Beach 561-844-5255 paleyinstitute.org

Michael A. Gleiber Michael A. Gleiber, MD, PA West Palm Beach 561-972-6464 michaelgleibermd.com Gavin P. Hart The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches Wellington 561-798-6600 boneandjoint.org Michael Leighton Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com Alexander N. Lenard Orthopaedic Care Specialists North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com Tom Minas Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute West Palm Beach 561-844-5255 paleyinstitute.org Andrew R. Noble Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com Dror Paley Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute West Palm Beach 561-844-5255 paleyinstitute.org Jeffrey S. Penner Atlantis Orthopedics Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-8500 atlantisortho.com Stephen Quinnan Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute West Palm Beach 561-844-5255 paleyinstitute.org LEARN MORE ON PAGE 90

700 U.S. Hwy 1, Suite D // North Palm Beach 561.231.0193 // northpalmbeachaesthetics.com

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Craig Robbins Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute West Palm Beach 561-844-5255 paleyinstitute.org Martin W. Roche HSS Florida West Palm Beach 561-657-4638 hss.edu Nicholas Sama HSS Florida Wellington 561-657-4800 hss.edu Steven R. Saslow Orthopaedic Care Specialists North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com Sami Sehayik Jupiter Medical Center North Palm Beach 561-627-3327 jupitermed.com Andrew A. Seltzer Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com Ryan Simovitch HSS Florida West Palm Beach 561-657-4610 hss.edu John L. Wang HSS Florida West Palm Beach 561-657-4620 hss.edu Richard L. Weiner Orthopaedic Care Specialists North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com Gary Wexler Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com

PAIN MEDICINE

Jeffrey R. Cara Spine and Wellness Centers of America Jupiter 561-377-0070 spinewellnessamerica.com Nathaniel R. Drourr Jupiter Pain Management Jupiter 561-223-6288 jupiterpaincenter.com Russell C. Feit Certified Spine & Pain Care Palm Beach Gardens 561-578-4582 certifiedspineandpain.com Edwin W. Maldonado Burdette Edwin W. Maldonado, MD Certified Spine and Pain Care Palm Beach Gardens 561-578-4582 certifiedspineandpain.com Fernando Mora Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com Louis J. Raso Louis J. Raso, MD, PA Jupiter 561-264-2929 louisjrasomdpa.com Mark Rubenstein Mark Rubenstein, MD, PA Jupiter 561-296-9991 jupitermed.com PATHOLOGY

Thomas A. Bolton Palm Beach Pathology West Palm Beach 561-659-0770 Alan S. Sara Palm Beach Pathology West Palm Beach 561-659-0770 ap2.com

Steven Krumholz, MD

Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Dr. Steven Krumholz graduated summa cum laude from Queens College, City University of New York. He received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics in Illinois. He then completed his fellowship in gastroenterology at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. Dr. Krumholz has been practicing gastroenterology in Palm Beach County since 1984. He is board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology. He has served as chief of gastroenterology at St. Mary’s Medical Center and Good Samaritan Medical Center. He is president of the Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches and medical director of Waterside Ambulatory Surgical Center, LLC. Dr. Krumholz enjoys biking, golfing, skiing, traveling, and having fun with his wife, six children, and grandchildren.

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PEDIATRICS (GENERAL)

Sundararaman Chandrasekhar Pediatrix Cardiology of Palm Beach West Palm Beach 561-844-9858 mednax.com

Samuel G. Barsky Pediatric Associates Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-7930 pediatricassociates.com

David M. Drossner Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Palm Beach Gardens 561-514-7390 nicklauschildrens.org

Lynda A. Bideau Children’s Physicians Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-4000 mychildrensphysicians.com

Rowena Uy Pediatrix Cardiology of Palm Beach West Palm Beach 561-844-9858 mednax.com

Jeanmarie Connor Premier Pediatrics of Palm Beach Jupiter 561-469-8989 mypremierpediatrics.com

PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY

Manju Elizabeth George Pediatric Dermatology of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Gardens 561-804-7546 pediatricdermpb.com PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY

Jose Menajovsky, MD Olayemi Osiyemi, MD Triple O Medical Services P.A.

Dr. Olayemi Osiyemi is the founder and medical director of Fantastic Wellness Center Medical Spa. The wellness center offers anti-aging, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, IV infusion, body contouring, fillers, and Botox. Dr. Osiyemi is the principal investigator at Triple O Research Institute, where he conducts several clinical trials, including COVID treatment and prevention. He also provides concierge infectious disease management at Triple O Medical services. He serves on the governing board of St. Mary’s Medical Center. Dr. Jose Menajovsky, a board-certified infectious disease physician, is a partner at Triple O Medical Services and serves as the chairman of pharmacy and therapeutics at St. Mary’s Medical Center. He is also a sub-Investigator at Triple O Research Institute.

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John M. Peters Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-9188 nicklauschildrens.org PEDIATRIC SURGERY

Anne C. Fischer Palm Beach Children’s Surgical Specialists West Palm Beach 561-295-9100 palmbeachchildrenssurgicalspecialists.com Marshall M. Stone Jupiter Medical Center Physician Group Jupiter 561-852-0038 jupitermed.com

Mackenzie R. Dailey Pediatric Partners Palm Beach Gardens 561-741-0000 pediatricpartners.com Donald T. Drummond Donald T. Drummond, MD, PA West Palm Beach 561-844-2233 Ivy Faske Ivy Faske, M.D. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-4677 mypersonalpediatrician.com Nagaraj Gowda Gardens Pediatrics Jupiter 561-622-6610 gardenspediatrics.com Sarrie Katz Premier Pediatrics of Palm Beach Jupiter 561-469-8989 mypremierpediatrics.com Lizaida Medina-Candelaria SuperKids Pediatrics Palm Beach Gardens 561-619-2460 skpediatrics.com Alexandria M. Niewiadomski Children’s Physicians Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-4000 mychildrensphysicians.com

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Luis Pineiro Children’s Physicians Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-4000 mychildrensphysicians.com

Craig M. Forleiter Lickstein Plastic Surgery Palm Beach Gardens 561-220-4475 licksteinplasticsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 79

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Kathleen L. Davenport HSS Florida West Palm Beach 561-657-4600 hss.edu Craig H. Lichtblau Craig H. Lichtblau, MD PA North Palm Beach 561-842-3694 chlmd.com Mark Rubenstein Mark Rubenstein, MD, PA Jupiter 561-296-9991 jupitermed.com PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

Jean-Paul Azzi The Palm Beach Center for Facial Plastic & Laser Surgery Palm City 561-429-5403 palmbeachfacialsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 73

Jason Cooper Jason Cooper MD Jupiter 561-406-6574 jasoncoopermd.com Gregory S. Delange Estetica Institute of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-9555 esteticainstitute.com Jaimie DeRosa DeRosa Clinic Facial Aesthetics Palm Beach Gardens 561-468-6256 derosaclinicplasticsurgery.com

Dana M. Goldberg Dana Goldberg MD Jupiter 561-257-4100 drdanamd.com Neil C. Goodman New Radiance Cosmetic Centers Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-0116 radianceofpalmbeach.com Arturo K. Guiloff Estetica Institute of the Palm Beaches Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-9555 esteticainstitute.com Andrea Hass Hass Plastic Surgery & MediSpa Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-7777 hassplasticsurgery.com Brian Hass Hass Plastic Surgery & MediSpa Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-7777 hassplasticsurgery.com Ernesto Hayn Plastic Surgery of Palm Beach P.A. Palm Springs 561-692-4292 plasticsurgerypb.com Daniel L. Kapp Daniel L. Kapp, MD West Palm Beach 561-833-4022 drdanielkapp.com David A. Lickstein Lickstein Plastic Surgery Palm Beach Gardens 561-220-4475 licksteinplasticsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 87

Aldo A. Lombardo Allure Institute for Plastic Surgery Jupiter 561-747-1232 allureplasticsurgery.com

Robert Raymond, MD

Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Dr. Robert Raymond graduated with a bachelor of science from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and received his medical degree from the University of South Florida in Tampa. He then completed his internship, residency in internal medicine, and fellowship in gastroenterology and hepatology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Before joining Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches, Dr. Raymond was appointed as an instructor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and house physician at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Birmingham. Dr. Raymond is a native of West Palm Beach and has been practicing medicine in Palm Beach County since 1999. He is board-certified in gastroenterology and has privileges at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center and Jupiter Medical Center. In his spare time, Dr. Raymond enjoys backpacking, hiking, and fishing. He also is an amateur backyard beekeeper.

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Top Doctors PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY (cont.)

Mark R. Murphy Mark R. Murphy, M.D. Palm Beach Gardens 561-408-6284 palmbeachfacialplastic.com Alan B. Pillersdorf Plastic Surgery of Palm Beach P.A. Palm Springs 561-692-4292 plasticsurgerypb.com Mark A. Pinsky Pinsky Plastic Surgery Palm Beach Gardens 561-258-9560 pinskymd.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 89

Richard Schwartz The Palm Beach Plastic Surgery Center West Palm Beach 561-833-4022 pbplasticsurgery.com

Abraham Schwarzberg, MD Tampa General Hospital Cancer Institute

Dr. Abraham Schwarzberg received his medical oncology and hematology training at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and his internal medicine training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He’s a former clinical instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is actively seeing patients with genitourinary cancers, such as prostate, bladder, and kidney, as well as skin cancers, including melanoma. He is currently practicing in Palm Beach County and sees patients at JFK Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, and Jupiter Medical Center. Dr. Schwarzberg is an advisory board member of the Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation and a board member of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of the Palm Beach Society. Dr. Schwarzberg serves as the chief of oncology and senior vice president of network development at Tampa General Hospital.He and his wife have three daughters and one son and are involved in multiple community organizations.

1630 S. Congress Ave., Suite 200 // Palm Springs 561.253.3980 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com/abraham-schwarzberg

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Robin Sykes Jupiter Plastic Surgery Center Jupiter 561-746-9400 jupiterplasticsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 100

Dev Vibhakar Aqua Plastic Surgery Jupiter 561-776-2830 aquaplasticsurgery.com Richard Weinstock ENT and Allergy Associates of Florida Palm Beach Gardens 561-691-4144 entsf.com

Joshua P. Daly South Florida Foot & Ankle Center Royal Palm Beach 561-793-6170 sffac.com Daniel Elgut South Florida Foot & Ankle Center Royal Palm Beach 561-793-6170 sffac.com David M. Fischman Fischman Foot and Ankle Jupiter 561-575-2266 fischmanfootandankle.com Suzanne C. Fuchs LuxePodiatry Jupiter 561-619-3557 luxepodiatry.com Andrew A. Lerner Andrew A. Lerner, DPM, PA Jupiter 561-745-1480 jupitermed.com Andrew Levy Abacoa Podiatry Jupiter 561-624-4800 levypodiatry.com John Schilero Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7776 pboi.com Vishnu Seecharan LuxePodiatry Jupiter 561-619-3557 luxepodiatry.com PSYCHIATRY

PODIATRY

Dustin D. Constant Palm Beach Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, P.A. West Palm Beach 615-415-3750 pbsportsmed.com

David S. Husted West Palm Behavioral Health West Palm Beach 352-258-1015 efbhn.com Suresh P. Rajpara Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health Inc. Mangonia Park 561-383-8000

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Philip J. Scharfer Philip J Scharfer MD Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-6788 Marshall Teitelbaum Marshall Teitelbaum, M.D. Jupiter 561-630-8530 doctortjupiter.com RADIATION ONCOLOGY

Raj S. Rajpara Anderson Family Cancer Institute Jupiter 561-263-4400 jupitermed.com Eugene C. Shieh GenesisCare Jupiter 561-275-1820 genesiscare.com Jerome J. Spunberg GenesisCare Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-1717 genesiscare.com RADIOLOGY

Lee A. Fox Jupiter Imaging Associates/ Envision Jupiter 561-263-4414 jupitermed.com Donald Goodwin Palm Beach Radiology North Palm Beach 561-841-8588 pbradiology.com Orna Hadar The Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center Jupiter 561-263-4414 jupitermed.com Andrew Hall Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 516-263-4414 jupitermed.com

Warren L. Reuther III North County Surgicenter Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-6446 REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY / INFERTILITY

Marc R. Gualtieri IVF Florida Reproductive Associates Jupiter 954-247-6200 ivfflorida.com Jenna McCarthy IVF MD Jupiter 561-972-6900 ivfmd.com Joelle Taylor IVF MD Jupiter 561-972-6900 ivfmd.com RHEUMATOLOGY

Adam Barron Premier Rheumatology & Endocrinology Jupiter 561-932-1212 barronmdfl.com Rui Cerejo Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9696 arapb.com Jonathan M. Greer Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9696 arapb.com Reshma M. Khan Palm Beach Rheumatology and Wellness Center Jupiter 561-658-1323 drkhanrheumatologist.com

Sujal Shah, MD

Tampa General Hospital Cancer Institute

Dr. Sujal Shah was born and raised in Chicago. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and his medical education at Rush University Medical School. After medical school, Dr. Shah completed his internal medicine residency and hematology/oncology fellowship at Tulane University Hospital and Clinics in New Orleans. Before joining Tampa General Hospital and the Cancer Center of South Florida, Dr. Shah was an assistant professor of medicine at The University of Texas at Austin and an associate instructor of clinical medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Dr. Shah is currently seeing patients with all types of cancers and focuses on lung and head/neck. He has staff privileges at JFK Medical Center, Jupiter Medical Center, and Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. He and his wife have one son. In Dr. Shah’s free time, he enjoys running, snowboarding, traveling, and being a father.

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Top Doctors RHEUMATOLOGY (cont.)

Paul D. Mendoza Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9696 arapb.com SLEEP MEDICINE

Kenneth J. Fuquay Kenneth J. Fuquay, MD Jupiter 561-745-6950 jupitermed.com SPORTS MEDICINE

Garvin Yee The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches Royal Palm Beach 561-798-6600 boneandjoint.org LEARN MORE ON PAGE 91

THORACIC SURGERY

Arthur H. Katz Arthur H. Katz, M.D. Jupiter 561-775-8447 arthurkatzmd.com

Robin A. Sykes, MD Jupiter Plastic Surgery

Dr. Robin Sykes is a board-certified plastic surgeon who received her medical degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She went on to general surgical training at the University of Miami, then specialized in plastic surgery at the University of Kansas. She has spent the bulk of her career in the Jupiter area, doing what she has always loved—combining a love of art with a love of plastic surgery. Her Jupiter practice includes treatments both the face and body in both children and adults. She has a particular interest in the use of advanced technologies to offer the newest, safest, and most effective treatments to her patients. Dr. Sykes is an avid classical and jazz flutist and performs in several musical groups. She is also an awardwinning fine artist and illustrator, who displays her drawings and paintings in a gallery in Tequesta.

UROLOGY

Kaveh Besharat Oceanside Urology Jupiter 561-746-9227 oceansideurology.net R. Neill Borland Urologic Physicians and Surgeons, P.A. Palm Beach Gardens 561-833-5594 4urology.com Daniel J. Caruso Oceanside Urology Jupiter 561-746-9227 oceansideurology.net

Frank A. Celigoj South Florida Urology Institute Jupiter 561-295-4446 jupiterurology.com Murray G. Goldberg Urologic Physicians and Surgeons, P.A. Palm Beach Gardens 561-833-5594 4urology.com Michael A. Jacobs Michael A. Jacobs, MD, PA Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-9797 jupitermed.com Sean L. Sawh GenesisCare - Palm Beach Urology Associates Jupiter 561-790-2111 genesiscare.com VASCULAR / INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

Lee A. Fox Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 561-263-4414 jupitermed.com Juan Gomez Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 561-263-4414 wellingtonregional.com Andrew Hall Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter 561-263-4414 jupitermed.com Gerald Zemel Florida Cancer Specialists West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

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VASCULAR SURGERY

Christopher W. Boyes Coastal Vein and Vascular Specialists Palm Beach Gardens 561-295-4110 coastalvascular.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 75

Richard S. Faro Palm Beach Cardiovascular Associates Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9801 veinsareus.org

Manuel V. Mendez Dr. Manuel V. Mendez, M.D. West Palm Beach 561-833-0770 jfkmc.com John C. Motta Surgical Associates of Palm Beach County Boca Raton 561-395-2626 sapbc.net Bassam Sayegh Minimal Invasive Surgery Center Jupiter 561-743-7766 sayeghsurgery.com

ABOUT THE LIST Medical decisions are some of the most important choices our readers make. In an effort to provide the best medical information available, Jupiter Magazine has enlisted a professional marketing company, Professional Research Services of Troy, Michigan, to identify the Top Doctors in Palm Beach County. Together we surveyed licensed physicians, asking them to reveal the best medical professionals in our area. These Top Doctors have been scrutinized for the legitimacy of their licenses as well as their status with the Florida Department of Health. While there are outstanding professionals who aren’t listed here, we hope you’ll give these doctors special consideration when choosing a medical professional.

JUPITER MAGAZINE PROUDLY SUPPORTS OUR MEDICAL COMMUNITY AS WE FIGHT THIS INSIDIOUS COVID 19 VIRUS. We know our community is in good hands! We would also like to support others on the front lines- grocery store employees, mail carriers, delivery drivers, teachers and charitable organizations helping those in need. You are the real heroes and a beacon of light. We are all in this together; no one is unaffected.

WE SALUTE YOU!

Raymond Tsao, MD Tampa General Hospital Cancer Institute

Dr. Raymond Tsao completed his fellowship in hematology and medical oncology at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and is board-certified in medical oncology, hematology, and internal medicine. His research on pancreatic cancer and lymphoma has been published and presented in national cancer meetings. Before joining Tampa General Hospital and the Cancer Center of South Florida, Dr. Tsao served as an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has been a member of multiple national cancer research organizations, including Southwest Oncology Group (SWOG) and National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP). Dr. Tsao is currently seeing patients with all types of cancer, especially gastrointestinal malignancies (including esophageal, stomach, colorectal, and pancreatic cancer). His goal is to provide compassionate, high-quality care to all of his patients. Dr. Tsao has staff privileges at JFK Medical Center, Jupiter Medical Center, and Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center.

1630 S. Congress Ave., Suite 200 // Palm Springs 561.253.3980 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com/raymond-tsao M AY/ J U N E 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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Breast Surgery Elena Antedomenico Rehl, MD, FACS

Cardiology Ida Mazza, MD

Cardiology Craig D. Vogel, DO, FACC, FACP

Cardiac, Vascular & Thoracic Surgery Richard Faro, MD, FACS

Cardiothoracic Surgery Nishant D. Patel, MD

Colon/Rectal Surgery Hayder Al-Azzawi, MD

Colon/Rectal/ General Surgery Eduardo Parra-Davila, MD, FACS, FASCRS

Foot & Ankle Surgery Bradley M. Lamm, DPM, FACFAS

Internal Medicine Anita M. Wilborn, MD

Interventional Cardiology Rahul Aggarwal, MD

Neurology Paul Acevedo, MD

Neurology Arif Dalvi, MD, MBA

Neurology Jeffrey Rubin, MD

Oncological Surgery Kimmerle Cohen, MD

Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Craig A. Robbins, MD

Vascular Surgery Manuel Mendez, MD, FACS

Orthopedic Surgery Stephen Quinnan, MD

Pediatric General & Pediatric Neurosurgery Orthopedic Surgery/Limb Orthopedic Surgery/ Limb Thoracic Surgery R. Dev Bhardwaj, MD, PhD, Reconstruction Reconstruction Anne Fischer, MD, PhD, MBA FRCSC, FACS David Feldman, MD Dror Paley, MD, FRCSC

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Mikayla / Warrior As parents, we always want to do anything we can for our kids. The worst feeling is when you realize they have to fight a battle on their own. On April 24, 2020, at just 13 years old, Mikayla, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Chemotherapy is painful, merciless, and something no child should ever have to endure. But our community is strong, and Chasin A Dream Foundation believes that locals always help locals. Mikayla officially became a survivor November 13, 2020, but her journey is not over, and it’s just beginning for so many families right here in our backyard.

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Flavor Lina’s Crema di Limoncello is the perfect accompaniment to dessert.

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t’s a family recipe that came from one of my cousins in the Abruzzo region [of Italy],” says Lynn (Lina) Reisigl, who started Jupiter-based Lina’s Crema di Limoncello in 2013 with her late husband, James, and their son, also James. “We originally made it in my kitchen as a hobby. People loved it and started asking for bottles, and we eventually decided to bring it to market.” Her version uses light cream

blended with lemons in a wine base, resulting in a drink with 14 percent alcohol; its smoothness allows it to pair well with both appetizers and desserts. The brand is currently available in restaurants and retail outlets around the state, as well as on the company website, and Reisigl hopes to take the distribution national. “We have a very loyal following,” she says. “Once people taste it, they love it.” linaslimoncello.com —Mark Spivak M AY/ J U N E 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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Clockwise from top left: Cheeseburger tacos; “Fish on Acid” ceviche with octopus and shrimp; Duke and Duchess margaritas; the bar at Duke’s.

Sip & SAVOR A NEW ENDEAVOR FROM THE FOLKS BEHIND BRICK & BARREL COMBINES FRESH STREET TACOS, FINE DINING OFFERINGS LIKE OYSTERS AND CEVICHE, AND DISTINCTIVE COCKTAILS IN A CASUAL ENVIRONMENT

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he team at Brick & Barrel Pub brought a new dimension to downtown Abacoa in January with the opening of Duke’s Tacos & Margs. “We wanted to create something that wasn’t solely Mexican in style,” says owner David Schroeder. “We’re focusing on what we call ‘American street tacos,’ which have echoes of Los Angeles and the flavors of our other favorite regions.” The restaurant also reflects the current trend toward more casual restaurants that feature the same quality levels as fine dining establishments. “The pace is quick and fast,” says Schroeder, “and it gives us the opportunity to create a relaxed environment that’s much more fun.”

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Thomas Op’t Holt, director of culinary operations, has crafted an innovative menu that begins with a creation called “Fish on Acid.” A new take on classic ceviche, it features shrimp marinated in house-made ketchup and fresh local citrus to boost flavor and octopus slowcooked for tenderness then steeped in juiced jalapeño and cilantro. In addition, raw oysters are available from Washington State, British Columbia, Cape Cod, and Martha’s Vineyard. In preparing tacos, Op’t Holt utilizes the Nixtamal process, which has been popular on the Mexican peninsula for thousands of years. Heirloom corn is first soaked in an alkaline solution before being ground

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Cucumber tartare Nachos with melty cheese sauce, jalapeños, black beans, pico de gallo, guacamole, chipotle salsa, and beef

between volcanic rocks to produce a fluffy mixture with more aroma and flavor. The resulting tacos are easier to digest and higher in nutritional value. The key to the culinary program at Duke’s is flexibility. The initial offering of taco fillings includes prime beef, Texas BBQ brisket, Southern fried chicken, and crispy fish, but Op’t Holt plans on changing the menu frequently to use available fish, meat, and produce in the market. “That’s the advantage of using local and seasonal ingredients,” says Schroeder. “Carnitas are great, but we don’t want to get locked into serving them year-round if some amazing fresh vegetables are available.” Beverage Director Peabo Powell has compiled a cocktail list filled with distinctive margaritas. The most popular are Strawberry Fields (Herradura Blanco, muddled strawberries, lime, rosé, and foam) and #Ghosted (Corazon tequila, lime, agave, mango habanero shrub, and bitters). Powell’s goal is to offer a collection of 150 tequilas and mezcals. In addition, Schroeder has traveled to Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail to source private edition barrels from Bulleit, Woodford Reserve, Old Forester, and Heaven’s Door; a personalized barrel of Herradura tequila is also in the works. Wine lovers may feel neglected here, but there’s a healthy selection of craft brews in cans and on tap. And who is Duke? “It’s a combination of my two sons’ names, David and Luke,” says Schroeder. “It’s my way of honoring them and creating a legacy.” 1155 Main St. Suite 120, Jupiter; dukestacos.com; 561.619.5177

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GREG GENIAS

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Gregory Genias (“Bootleg Greg”), lead mixologist/creative consultant at Stage in Palm Beach Gardens, shares his recipe for a refreshing and fun cocktail he calls “Ready. Set. Spring!” stagepga.com; bootleggregcocktail.com INGREDIENTS Peppermint syrup: 2 Thai chili peppers � cup simple syrup � cup water 12 peppermint leaves

Cucumber extract: 2 English cucumbers � cup water

Popsicle: Cocktail: 3 cups cucumber extract 2 oz. Grey Whale gin � cup peppermint syrup 6 oz. Fever Tree tonic Popsicle molds 1 cucumber-peppermint popsicle Ice PREPARATION To make the peppermint syrup: Slice the Thai chili peppers, then combine in a small saucepan with simple syrup, water, and mint leaves and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and allow to cool. To make the cucumber extract: Place the English cucumbers and half cup of water, along with the newly made peppermint syrup, in a blender and purée until smooth. Strain. To make the popsicle: Pour the strained peppermint/cucumber mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for 4 to 6 hours or overnight. To make the cocktail: Fill a glass with ice and add the gin and tonic water. Stir gently to combine. Garnish with cucumber-peppermint popsicle.

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1000 NORTH The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for chef Jason Van Bomel’s global takes on classic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000 BEACON Love Street’s upscale eatery offering coastal cuisine with a Mediterranean flair. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3280 BRICK & BARREL Gastropub serving locally sourced, farm-to-table fare made from scratch by Chef David Schroeder. Enjoy an array of dishes, from poutine with bone marrow gravy to buttermilk chicken sandwiches, that pair well with an extensive bar menu featuring barrel-aged cocktails and seasonal sips. 1153 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; brickandbarrelpub.com; 561.623.0916 BURGERFI Known for serving inventive, 100-percent all-natural Angus beef burgers, this burger joint also reigns supreme in hand-cut fries and creamy frozen custard desserts. Alternative options are also available for non-meat-eaters 2466 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; burgerfi.com; 561.844.5528 KIRBY’S SPORTS GRILLE This 16-year-old establishment in Juno beach offers award-winning crab cakes and a famous happy hour. 841 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; kirbysonline.com; 561.627.8000 THE COOPER Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. The menu is inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Artisan cocktails, wines, and microbrewed draft beers are a huge draw at its indoor and outdoor bars. 4610 PGA Blvd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecooperrestaurant.com; 561.622.0032 THE GRILLED CHEESE GALLERY Along with wine, beer, and craft sodas, grab some bar-food favorites like pretzels with fresh dough made daily or sandwiches on pretzel buns. 185 E. Indiantown Road Suite 123, Jupiter; 561.406.2041 THE PARCHED PIG The watering hole counterpart to Coolinary Cafe is a mixology, craft beer, and wine haven. Bites like oysters, tacos, and charcuterie and cheese will whet your appetite. 4580 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecoolpig.com; 561.360.3063 TOO JAY’S At this recognizable Florida chain, enjoy homemade comfort foods and Jewish deli favorites like matzo-ball soup and corned beef. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; toojays.com; 561.622.8131; (second location) 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 561.627.5555 TOPSIDE AT THE BEACON This rooftop bar offers stunning views of the lighthouse and inlet. The small plates menu features Basque-inspired bites and an extensive wine and beer list. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3270

ASIAN HOKKAIDO HIBACHI & SUSHI Enjoy dinner and a show at the hibachi grill and savor fresh fish from Japan at the sushi bar. 1200 Town Center Drive Suite 125, Jupiter; hokkaidohibachi.com; 561.799.7999 KABUKI For an intimate night out, come for traditional and modern sushi in a dimly lit environment. 5080 PGA Blvd. Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens; kabukiwpb.com; 561.776.8778 LANNA THAI This Thai restaurant and sushi bar strives to use organic, and fresh ingredients in its menu, featuring dishes such as gyoza and meat options from chicken to frog legs. 4300 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 205, Jupiter; lannathaijupiter.com; 561.694.1443

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NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI Impeccable sushi rolls, innovative hot dishes, and one of the area’s best burgers. 6779 W. Indiantown Road Suite 18, Jupiter; nitrogenbrasserie.com; 561.972.2944 TALAY THAI CUISINE Chef Charlie Soo blends power and delicacy to create beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes, without compromising either culture’s distinct tastes. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; thaipalmbeachgardens.com; 561.691.5662

CAJUN/CREOLE VOODOO BAYOU From the team that brought Calaveras Cantina to the area, Voodoo Bayou offers Cajun biscuits, fried chicken, gator bites, and more. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 5095, Palm Beach Gardens; voodoobayou.com; 561.888.6703

FRENCH PARIS IN TOWN This casual outpost offers pastries, crepes, and more in an authentic French setting. 11460 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; parisintown.com; 561.626.6017 THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR Exclusive French wines and updated classics like coq au vin served in a relaxing ambience. The elegant desserts are worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisianrestaurant.com; 561.360.2224

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STAGE Chef Pushkar Marathe delivers flavor-forward Indian cuisine with influence from all over the world. Staples like curries are complemented by lentil fritters, Korean barbecue ribs, fried chicken, and more. An on-site garden provides fresh herbs and botanicals for creative cocktails. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 5502, Palm Beach Gardens; stagepga.com; 561.408.3685

ITALIAN ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA Known for quality pizza and Italian soul food, Anthony’s also impresses with popular favorites like meatballs with ricotta and margherita pizza. 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; acfp.com; 561.804.7777 BALDINO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Family-run casual eatery serving pasta dishes, pizza, and authentic Philly cheesesteaks. 791 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; baldinosfl.com; 561.743.4224 BRIO A warm and relaxed eatery featuring Tuscaninspired grill fare, wine, and cocktails. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; brioitalian.com; 561.622.0491 BUONASERA RISTORANTE Classic and perfectly executed Northern Italian dishes in an intimate setting. The stellar wine list accompanies the deft and elegant cooking of Chef Leonardo Cuomo. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; buonaserajupiter1993.com; 561.744.0543

CARMINES COAL FIRED PIZZA Committed to delivering a true Italian experience a la Florence or Milan, this casual restaurant cooks its pizzas in a 900-degree coal-fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust. Dine in the eclectic indoor atmosphere or alfresco under the palm trees. 4575 Military Trail Suite 101, Jupiter; carminescfp.com; 561.340.3930 DIVINO RISTORANTE ITALIANO Divino’s Old World authenticity raises the bar on flavorful seafood, soups, salads, and fresh pasta dishes, as well as ample poultry, veal, and beef entrées. Its wine list boasts some of the finest from Italy and Napa. 11585 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 312, Palm Beach Gardens; divinoitalianrestaurantfl.com; 561.721.2250 EVO ITALIAN Chef Erik Pettersen uses only the freshest and finest quality ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, and a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; evoitalian.com; 561.745.2444 GIOVANNI’S Experience old-world Italian fare in a quaint bistro setting. Find your favorite pasta entrée from more than two dozen different options, or opt for a chicken or fish-based dish. 3900 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; giovannisristorante.net; 561.799.7998 GIUSEPPE’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT This simple but elegant family-run restaurant and bar serves traditional Italian dishes. 6390 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; giuseppesjupiter.com; 561.743.2330

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For reservations, call 561.360.2224 or visit theparisianrestaurant.com Hours: Dinner Tues. - Sun., 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Cineopolis Movie Theatre Plaza • 201 N. U.S. Highway 1 • Jupiter, FL 33477

Photo courtesy of David Randell Photography

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LATIN AMERICAN/CUBAN CEVICHE ARIGATO A cross between Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, this third-generation outpost offers cuisine as expansive as the cultures it represents. Choose from tapas, ceviches, and classic dishes like lomo saltado (traditional Peruvian stir fry consisting of marinated sirloin, onion, tomatoes, and French fries). 1447 10th St., Lake Park; cevichearigato.com; 561.863.8877 COPACABANA CUBAN CUISINE Family-owned restaurant that blends Cuban and Caribbean cuisines in a tropical setting. 1209 Main St. Suite 101, Jupiter; copacabanacubancuisine.com; 561.360.3378

MEXICAN BLUE WATER TACO CO. This local eatery features inspirations from Baja, the Caribbean, and The Palm Beaches. 2525 Military Trail, Jupiter; bluewatertaco.com; 561.277.9954 CALAVERAS CANTINA Located at Harbourside Place, Calaveras Cantina provides a festive setting for Mexican staples like street corn, enchiladas, and churros. 125 Dockside Circle, Jupiter; calaverascantinas.com; 561.320.9661 DUKE’S TACOS AND MARGS The team behind Brick & Barrel brings this casual taco and margarita concept to downtown Abacoa. Thomas Op’t Holt helms the kitchen with creative riffs on Floribbean street tacos along with creative margaritas. 1155 Main St. Ste. 120, Jupiter; dukestacos.com; 561.619.5177 EL FOGONCITO Immerse yourself in the Mexican culture with authentic Mexican fare as well as traditional clothing,

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Squash and tomato tart appetizer at The Parisian Restaurant & Wine Bar

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LA MASSERIA Inspired by Puglia’s ancient farmhouses, La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens; lamasseriapbg.com; 561.660.8272 LIMONCELLO RISTORANTE Upscale Italian restaurant serving fresh pastas made daily, meats, seafood, and celebrated Italian classics. The extensive wine list features something to complement every dish. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110, Palm Beach Gardens; limoncellopbg.com; 561.622.7200 NONNA MARIA This high-concept Italian restaurant features dishes with a French twist. The interiors are simple, allowing the meal to take center stage. Dinner service includes three-course prix-fixe meals, twocourse dines, and a la carte options. 529 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach; nonnamarianpb.com; 561.863.6584 SCUSI TRATTORIA Enjoy Southern Italian cuisine, including elevated traditional dishes, pasta, pizza, and small plates executed by Chef Laurent Tourondel. Must-try plates range from clams with Meyer lemon, and garlic focaccia to classic cacio e pepe to funghi and tartufo pizza (mushrooms, fontina, onions, and truffle paste); gluten-free options are also available. 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; scusirestaurants.com; 561.429.6938

furniture, and cookery. 711 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; elfogoncitorestaurant.com; 561.250.6295 PAPICHULO TACOS Mexican street-style food inspired by Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and Argentina, plus a bar stocked with fresh juices, tequila, and cocktails. 1556 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; papichulotacos.com; 561.250.7274 TACO CHULA Try a range of informal Mexican dishes in the colorful indoor dining area or outside on the patio. Customize your tacos and burritos, from the filling to the toppings. 10800 N. Military Trail Suite 108, Palm Beach Gardens; tacochula.com; 561.530.7755

SEAFOOD CAPTAIN CHARLIE’S REEF GRILL Sip cocktails and wine at the bar or enjoy seafood tacos, sandwiches, salads, and specials at this casual favorite of locals. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; captaincharliesreefgrillfl.com; 561.624.9924 CHOWDER HEADS A casual eatery with traditional New England seafood dishes like lobster rolls and clam chowder. 2123 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; chowderheadsusa.com; 561.203.2903 DIVE BAR Dine on the water at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk or sit at the open-air bar surrounding a large saltwater aquarium. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; divebarrestaurant.com; 561.747.4767 FIREFIN GRILL Located on the marina in the Harbour Financial Center, FireFin features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks, and craft cocktails. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 160, Palm Beach Gardens; firefingrill.com; 561.472.7900 GUANABANAS Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in northern Palm Beach County for its lush, tropical setting, Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and live music. 960 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; guanabanas.com; 561.747.8878

HOG SNAPPERS With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean, and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious at this casual, beachy eatery. 279 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; hogsnappers.com; 561.401.9309 JETTY’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT The stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse paired with fresh seafood make Jetty’s a winner. 1075 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; jettysjupiter.com; 561.743.8166 JUMBY BAY ISLAND GRILL Jumby’s is known for tropical-inspired dishes, generous cocktails, a dog-friendly patio, and its relaxed beach house feel. 1203 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; jumbybayislandgrill.com; 561.630.2030 LITTLE MOIR’S LEFTOVERS CAFE Grab a craft beer or glass of wine while enjoying the daily catch or other seafood dishes. Make sure to leave room for one of the dessert options, all served with berries, whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 451 University Blvd., Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.627.6030 LUCKY SHUCK OYSTER BAR & TAPHOUSE Enjoy Gulf Coast cuisine, with a raw oyster bar and fresh fish and shellfish, as well as Southern-inspired specialties such as crawfish jumbo. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3331 SINCLAIR’S OCEAN GRILL This sophisticated eatery overlooks the Jupiter Beach Resort pool and serves an array of locally sourced seafood. 5 N. Highway A1A, Jupiter; jupiterbeachresort.com/dining; 561.745.7120 SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR & BLUEPOINT LOUNGE An authentic oyster bar serving exquisitely prepared fresh seafood delivered daily from the cold north Atlantic waters. 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; spotos.com; 561.776.9448 THE TWISTED TUNA A sister restaurant to the one based in Port Salerno, this restaurant is home to delectable sushi rolls, seafood dishes, and a raw bar, in addition to an array of Italian favorites. A bottomless bloody Mary brunch is available on Sundays. 353-R S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter; thetwistedtuna.com; 561.406.2188

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U-TIKI BEACH This waterfront restaurant boasts a tropical sand beach, open-air dining, an entertainment stage, and views of the Jupiter Lighthouse from the buzzing bar. Its casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, oysters, and wings. 1095 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; utikibeach.com; 561.406.2210 WATERWAY CAFE Come in the evening for a seat at the floating bar to watch the sunset on the Intracoastal Waterway with a glass of wine in hand. 2300 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; waterwaycafe.com; 561.694.1700

SPANISH ANDALUCIA TAPAS BAR This concept is located in the heart of Jupiter and Tequesta, offering traditional croquetas, cured meats, seafood and meat entrees, and paellas. Live Latin music and flamenco shows set the scene. 5187 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; andaluciatapasbar.com; 561.406.6509 PORTOFINO BISTRO MEDITERRANEO A mix of Italian and Spanish, Portofino’s blends favorites from both cuisines like calamari alla griglia (grilled calamari with sherry pepper vinaigrette) and gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp). 891 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; portofinobistromediterraneo.com; 561.355.5936

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III FORKS STEAKHOUSE A sophisticated steak house with a club-like ambience and an elegant bar and lounge, III Forks presents only the top two percent of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 3forks.com; 561.630.3660 IRONWOOD STEAK & SEAFOOD As the culinary centerpiece of the PGA National Resort & Spa, this restaurant is best described as a steak house with flair. Inventive dishes and unusual twists highlight the menu. 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; pgaresort.com/restaurants/ ironwood-steak-and-seafood; 561.627.4852 LONGHORN STEAKHOUSE Classic cuts of steak in a casual, ranch-style restaurant in Alton Town Center. 5230 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; longhornsteakhouse.com; 561.776.9961 RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering large portions of high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New Orleans roots. 661 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; ruthschris.com; 561.863.0660 THE CAPITAL GRILLE This successful, upscale chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably welltrained staff and stellar wine portfolio. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; thecapitalgrille.com; 561.630.4994

WAXIN’S Stop in this new industrial-chic, Swedish-American restaurant and dine in one of the five unique seating areas. Pair your fine dining with wine in the chef’s room or get cozy in the casual living room with dropin seating and televisions. 5300 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; waxins.com; 561.459.5435

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY BERRY FRESH CAFÉ A locals’ favorite, this simple eatery is open for breakfast and lunch. The menu features tasty dishes like Acapulco toast (multi-grain toast topped with avocado mash) and gluten-free honey pancakes. 3755 Military Trail, Jupiter; berryfresh.cafe; 561.401.5693 CHRISTOPHER’S KITCHEN More than just a vegan restaurant, Christopher’s is a gathering place where health-conscious eaters can experience Chef Albert Crifaci Molla’s unrelenting passion for the finest living foods in a warm and friendly setting. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; christopherskitchenfl.com; 561.318.6191 NATURE’S WAY JUPITER Located at Jupiter Square, this quaint café offers an assortment of sandwiches and wraps, fresh salads, smoothies, and juices. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite A-2, Jupiter; natureswayjupiter.com; 561.743.0401 ❖

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The Art of Fun Lighthouse ArtCenter & Gallery will keep the spirit of art alive this summer with Super Summer 2.0, a lighthearted exhibition (beginning June 7) featuring works by Skip Hartzell, Miss Lucy’s Three-Day Dollhouse Party, and an Interactive 3D & Digital Makerspace. Get all the details at jupitermag.com/ artcentersummer.

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