Posts Tagged ‘ PA-C ’

Cosmetic Fillers Rise in Popularity, but Who Is Injecting Them?

Filler safety is important to us at NSPS, and we are proud to have injectors that practice in a safe and effective way! Dr. Schierle offers his opinion on fillers in this article on CNN.  “The public should understand the take-home message that these injectable treatments tend to be very safe and effective. Adverse events are supposed to be reported […]


What is this PRP thing that everyone is raving about?

Anti-aging treatments are the most sought out cosmetic procedures.  Patients are always looking for a new effective procedure with minimal downtime and long-lasting results.  Protein- rich plasma, or PRP, is the latest craze in the aesthetic world.  Kim Kardashian put a spotlight on this procedure when her blood-tinged selfie went viral.  We are hearing a […]


Bridal Beauty Tips!

  Is your big day coming up? Most women start prepping for their wedding months before the big day. We want to make your skin look picture perfect for your wedding day. There are many treatments in our Med Spa that every bride should take advantage of in order to look her best! First and […]


The Breast Cancer Journey: Treating the Whole Patient

When patients embark on breast reconstruction, it can often be an overwhelming process. There are oftentimes many steps involved in the breast reconstruction process, so we, as providers, tend to become very close with our patients as they progress throughout their journey. This is something I love about my job, as I feel I am […]


How to Improve the Appearance of Scars

In plastic surgery we are always thinking of new ways to improve the appearance of scars. Aesthetically, we place scars in places where they will be the least visible. However, sometimes scars do not heal the way we would like. When a scar is not healing perfectly, there are many options to consider. This resource […]


Being Proactive About Lymphedema

Lymphedema is a frequent topic of conversation in many of our post-op visits after mastectomy and reconstruction. It is true that your personal risk for lymphedema is increased by having breast surgery, but this risk may be exaggerated in educational resources online; your worry about lymphedema can then also be exacerbated by repeated mentions of […]