Integrating Aesthetic Services into the Ob/Gyn Practice

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Read this supplement to learn how two private practice physicians are remaking and future-proofing their practices by investing in tools and technology with a variety of FDA-cleared indications.

It’s not easy keeping up with patient needs as technology advances and new trends emerge.

Yet some practices have met the challenge by introducing energy-based devices to provide aesthetic services as a part of a holistic approach in patient care.

Read this supplement to learn how two private practice physicians are remaking and future-proofing their practices by investing in tools and technology with a variety of FDA-cleared indications, as well as:

  • Identifying the competitive landscape of services

  • Selecting reliable devices from reputable vendors

  • Educating staff on expanded services

  • Marketing new offerings as an inspired expert

Their practices successfully evolved. Yours can too.


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