The number of treatments required will depend upon the nature and severity of a patient’s cellulite. To maximize the benefits of QWO, we typically recommend a series of 3 treatments space 21 days apart.
Patients begin noticing shrinkage and a tightening of skin after a couple of treatments, and the smoothing and tightening continue to improve with each successive treatment until maximum results are achieved.
Yes– QWO is FDO-cleared for the treatment of moderate to severe cellulite!
Brooke is a board certified Physician Assistant dual-licensed in the states of North Carolina and New York. She attended Long Island University’s Physician Assistant program where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and was a member of the Alpha Eta and Pi Alpha Honor Societies. Brooke received her undergraduate degree in Biology and English with a minor in psychology, graduating Cum Laude, from Lehigh University. Brooke attended Boston University’s School of Medicine and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Medical Sciences. Brooke trained with Dr. Alan Studley in internal and family medicine before specializing in medical and cosmetic dermatology. She trained with numerous internationally renowned dermatologists and plastic surgeons in New York City and has worked with L’Oréal Paris performing full-body skin examinations and skin cancer screenings. She has been published in beauty blogs for her work in cosmetic dermatology. Brooke has extensive training in facial anatomy and performs non-invasive sculpting and rejuvenation of the face and body utilizing neurotoxins, dermal fillers, and state-of-the-art laser resurfacing. She has a highly personalized approach with each individual patient and works closely with them to achieve natural and authentic looking results while emphasizing the safety and efficacy of each procedure. Brooke believes that maintaining your physical appearance can be beneficial for your mental well-being. In addition to treating a wide range of medical and cosmetic dermatologic conditions, Brooke performs the diVa laser for vaginal rejuvenation therapy to help women achieve optimal feminine health and vitality.
Catherine is a North Carolina native, attended Saint Mary’s School, UNC-Chapel Hill for bachelor degrees in psychology and chemistry then in nursing, and then Duke University for her master’s degree in nursing informatics. She has been a registered nurse for 18 years; first as a pediatric hematology and oncology nurse at Duke University Medical Center where she worked with amazing kids and their families while they journeyed through bone marrow transplant, and then supporting patients through cosmetic and reconstructive surgery and as an Allergan EPIC certified nurse injector helping patients achieve more youthful appearances in a local plastic surgery practice. She is trained in the Sciton JOULE system to provide hybrid fractional laser treatments including diVa and Halo Pro. With her master’s degree in utilizing technology to deliver safer and more efficient patient care, Catherine is dedicated to staying on the forefront of current aesthetic practices to provide her clients with safe and personalized treatment based on their goals and desires. She also works with Dr. Collins’ surgical team, is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses, and is CANS (Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist) certified. At home, Catherine and her husband Chris are busy raising four children and chasing after their two Labrador retrievers.
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