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Pulmonary Hygiene with Nina Bausek

Pulmonary Hygiene with Nina Bausek

I can't tell you how much this podcast resonated with me, especially during these unusual times we are experiencing. I had an opportunity to discuss Pulmonary Hygiene with Nina Bausek, and seriously, it just makes so much sense! Who even knew you could exercise your...

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Elective Surgery to Resume

Elective Surgery to Resume

The Australian federal cabinet and state health ministers met (via tele-conferencing) on Tuesday, 21 April and one of the topics up for discussion was the revision of the elective surgery restrictions that have been in place since March. The question on our lips was...

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From Social Isolation to Home Spa

From Social Isolation to Home Spa

If life serves you up lemons, you make lemonade. So, with home isolation still on the menu, why not turn some of this time into some personal home spa indulgence? Most of us are used to having treatments and procedures in professional clinics to get our best results...

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Reputations At Stake

Reputations At Stake

DATE PUBLISHED 20/4/20. Reputations are made and broken during times like these. We are living through what we hope is a once-in-a-lifetime event, a deadly, global pandemic. Until a vaccine, established herd immunity or at the very least, successful treatments are...

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The Plastic Surgery Coach Michelle Emmick

The Plastic Surgery Coach Michelle Emmick

Today I get the opportunity to get up close and personal with Michelle Emmick who is the author of Blue Collar Beauty, Confessions of a Plastic Surgery Coach. Michelle shares with us her everyday work, why she does what she does, how she started, and a whole lot more....

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How plastic surgeons get through ISO

How plastic surgeons get through ISO

Like most of us, so many of the surgeons we know and their teams are in isolation. It made me wonder what they are doing to occupy themselves? And how they are still supporting patients to do their research in anticipation for the end of the shutdowns? Basically, how...

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CPCA’s position statement on cosmetic injectables

CPCA’s position statement on cosmetic injectables

The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia has issued the following statement regarding anti-wrinkle injections (Botox, Dysport and Xeomin as Botulinum Toxin A) and dermal fillers when performed for Cosmetic purposes. This should cease from midnight on 31st March...

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