- GMC regulated doctor
- Member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine
“I have accepted nothing short of the very best training in all aspects of non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments and I am incredibly fortunate to have been trained by World class doctors, who are considered industry leaders”
My medical career began in the beautiful city of Newcastle Upon Tyne, from where I graduated, with merit, as a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery.
I enjoyed living in Newcastle for twelve years in total, where I worked in a variety of NHS posts and specialities, as part of my journey to become a General Practitioner. Consequently, I developed knowledge and skills in many fields: General medicine (Acute and Chronic conditions), Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Care of the Elderly, Psychiatry, Dermatology and Orthopaedics.
I’m a Yorkshire girl and returned to my roots: Huddersfield, in 2010, with my two Geordie born children. Here I continued to enjoy my career as a GP.
My interest in facial aesthetics was sparked in 2014 and I very quickly fell in love with this speciality. This led me to seek out nothing short of the very best training in all aspects of non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments. I am incredibly fortunate to have been trained by World class doctors, who are considered industry leaders.
My ability to create aesthetically pleasing physical results, which look natural and further benefit my clients’ psychosocial life truly fills me with joy!
I pride myself in attention to detail, with no area of the face spared in my assessments to create holistic treatment plans. My clients will tell you how passionate I am, hence it is no surprise that I chose to commit myself fully to a career in Aesthetic Medicine.
I am also committed to client safety and helping raise the standards of facial aesthetic practice in the UK. As such, I regularly teach and mentor regulated medical professionals.
In my teaching I place emphasis on an ethical approach, to create natural looking results, whilst employing techniques that minimise the risk of complications. Unfortunately, complications can and do occur and I have done extensive training in the recognition and management of complications and pass this knowledge on in my own teaching.
Aside from my career I am a busy mum and am dedicated to raising my children to be kind, thoughtful people, who contribute positively to the World. We share a great love of music, movies, food and travel.