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How to Open a Clinic – 3 Things You Need To Know Before Opening Your Clinic

Published: May 23, 2022
Read Time: 5 Minutes
Category: Providers

Increasingly N.Ps and P.As (Nurse Practitioners and Physician’s Assistants) are legally considered physicians in many states. This has resulted in a multitude of opportunities for those in this position to work independently. In light of this recent change, some N.Ps and P.As have actually started to open their own clinics. So you want to open your own clinic?

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How Do You Get Rid of Cellulite on Your Legs – Reducing Cellulite

Published: May 19, 2022
Read Time: 5 Minutes
Category: Patients

Not everyone who gains weight has cellulite. That’s because cellulite is associated with fat deposits, but the two terms aren’t synonymous. The skin contains numerous fibrous collagen bands that connect to the muscle to hold it in place. Occasionally, these connectors weaken or lose their elasticity in certain areas, allowing the fat lobules to push outward, creating the dimpled appearance typical of cellulite. 

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How Common is Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia after Coolsculpting?

Published: May 9, 2022
Read Time: 6 Minutes
Category: Patients

When considering CoolSculpting®, paradoxical adipose hyperplasia is a major side effect you need to know about before making a final decision. Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia, or PAH, is a severe reaction that your body can have to the fat reduction process and can lead to lasting severe deformations of the skin and surrounding tissue.