Prescott Medical Spa Hires New Staff

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The team at Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute and Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics welcomes two new staff members in our continuing effort to provide our patients customized service in the cosmetic dermatology field.

Robin Fleck, MD owner and medical director of Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute and Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics today announced the appointment of Deirdre Morris and Richard Maranville to our staff to meet the demand of increasing patient appointments. Deirdre assumes the position of administrative assistant at Southwest Skin & Cancer Institute while Richard has been hired as the massage therapist at Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics. The training and experience of these new staff members will further our goal of offering patients elite customer service throughout Yavapai, Coconino and Maricopa Counties.

Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute delivers premium healthcare for those interested in dermatological procedures, also providing state-of-the-art cosmetic procedures such as Botox and laser rejuvenation. Body Oasis Medical Spa pampers guests with a full range of spa services from massage therapy to nail care and offers laser treatments including laser hair removal, fractional resurfacing for wrinkle reduction, and laser tattoo removal, which are performed by Dr. Fleck or one of her knowledgeable laser technicians.

Deirdre Morris is delighted to join our expert staff and she’s anxious to employ her marketing experience in the service of Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute in Prescott, Arizona. Deirdre has lived in Prescott for sixteen years, and has nearly that many years of customer service background. She worked as an assistant manager at a local restaurant, where she helped with marketing and organizing charity events. In 2007, she and her husband opened an automotive and residential window tinting business which they still own and operate.

"Deirdre’s accomplishments in the customer service field make me confident that she will give our patients the personalized assistance they’ve come to expect from us over the years," Dr. Fleck states. “Her extensive knowledge gained from working as a restaurant manager and from owning a business will make her a credit to our team. Deirdre’s experience in hosting local charity events as well as working alongside police and fire departments to help raise money for different organizations, such as the Special Olympics bode well for our business.”

Richard joins Body Oasis medical spa as our massage therapist. He brings over ten years of experience in massage therapy, having completed his massage training at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in Phoenix and Ambassador College in Texas. He has had plenty of experience treating sports injuries, racking up experience as the team therapist for the Arizona Rattlers Football team, the Oakland (California) Athletics Basketball team and the Phoenix Mustangs Hockey team. He and his wife also founded and managed six massage clinics and 55 massage therapists in their own massage therapy business in Phoenix for over five years. He has experience working alongside several chiropractors to provide massage therapy for their patients.

Dr. Fleck notes, “Richard is sure to be a valuable resource for our Prescott, Sedona, Flagstaff and Anthem patients since his skill in improving shoulder, knee and neck injuries is a welcome alternative to surgery in many cases.”

Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute caters to patients with skin disorders including acne, rosacea, eczema, melanoma, and skin cancers. Dr. Fleck provides premium dermatology care, and also educates her patients on the proper care of their skin, helping them to feel and look younger. “Skin cancer is a big concern for people living in the Southwest, but sun exposure can also cause other skin problems such as premature aging,” Deirdre comments. “Our patients’ concerns encompass not only skin cancer. They want to improve the overall health and appearance of their skin, which is fundamental when it comes to feeling confident.”

To help clients with concerns about premature aging, Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute also provides non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as Botox and Dysport for relaxing facial creases such as frown lines, crow’s feet and “lipstick lines”, as well as Restylane and Radiesse dermal fillers. Cosmetic dermal fillers add volume and fullness to the face, filling upper lip wrinkles, scars, and improving dark circles under the eyes and baggy eyelids. Their advantages compared with surgical facelift procedures are rapid results, minimal downtime and lack of scarring. In addition, the efficacy of using Botox for treating underarm sweating, TMJ disorder, and migraine headache has made this a popular treatment for the younger set.

Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute also offers a full line of topical antioxidants including topical Vitamin C and Vitamin E to help prevent premature aging and skin cancers. These vitamins have been shown to block ultraviolet light more effectively than sunscreens. Oral supplementation with Vitamin C is taken up preferentially by vital organs like the heart and brain, leaving little left for the skin. Supplementing the skin directly with topical vitamins achieves rapid improvement in the skin’s tone, texture, and pore size in as little as two to three weeks.

Deirdre, Richard, Dr. Fleck and the rest of the team invite you to upgrade the quality and overall health of your skin by making an appointment today. For more information call Deirdre at 928-778-0808.

Cosmetic dermatologist, Robin Fleck, M.D. is a double-board certified dermatologist and internist, recognized by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Internal Medicine. She is founder and medical director of Southwest Skin and Cancer Institute in Prescott, Arizona and is a fellow of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery and the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Fleck is also the founder of Body Oasis Laser Aesthetics and Vein Specialties in Prescott, AZ, where she provides endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) and sclerotherapy for patients with varicose veins, spider veins and venous leg ulcers.


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