Nurse practitioner Nancy Olsen, specializing in non-surgical rejuvenation, joins Dr. Mark Freeman's plastic surgery practice in Idaho Falls, also serving patients from Jackson Hole and Twin Falls. She has decades of experience in medicine.
Online PR News – 02-February-2014 – Idaho Falls, Idaho (February 2014) – Dr. Mark Freeman (www.drmarkfreeman.com) says he is excited to welcome nurse practitioner Nancy Olsen to his plastic surgery practice in Idaho Falls, where she specializes in non-surgical rejuvenation procedures, such as BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal filler injections and laser hair removal.
Dr. Freeman says Olsen serves as his first associate in helping non-surgical and plastic surgery patients from Twin Falls, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and all over the region. With years of experience in aesthetic medicine in the area, Olsen offers a wealth of knowledge to her patients. Dr. Freeman says Olsen combines years of nursing experience with an aesthetic eye to gauge the individual needs of each patient.
"Nancy is a special person who is well-known for her attention to detail, which is the hallmark of an excellent nurse," he says. "She is our leader in skin care and medical spa services at our Idaho Falls office. She is professionally trained to perform injectable and laser treatments, and all this knowledge has been a great addition to the practice."
Olsen comes to Dr. Freeman's practice with a master's degree from Idaho State University and 13 years of experience as a nurse practitioner, including 8 years in aesthetic services. Before that, she worked for more than 20 years as a nurse in areas including intensive care, surgery, and emergency medicine.
"I am excited about joining one of the top plastic surgeons in Idaho and the entire region," Olsen says. "I'm also so happy to be joining the talented team at Freeman Plastic Surgery. The staff is dedicated to patient care and making sure everyone is treated just as they would want to be treated.
"I love my job. It's so satisfying to see how happy patients feel after doing something for themselves, whether it's refreshing their appearance or providing a service that makes their lives more convenient, like with laser hair removal. I love seeing the happiness that comes from just feeling a little bit better about yourself."
Olsen says her years in the industry and the close relationships she has developed with her patients have taught her some lessons she wants to pass on to anyone out there interested in a cosmetic procedure. She noted that for non-surgical cosmetic treatments, patients often settle for providers with little to no training in the specific procedure they want.
"People should make sure that the person who is injecting them or using a laser on them is trained and licensed to perform those procedures," Olsen says. "That's the first thing you should ask. Also, question bargain prices on cosmetic services. I've seen too many people get bad results from cheap treatments and unlicensed providers. Sacrificing your safety and beauty isn't worth it."
Serving Idaho Falls and Jackson Hole, plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Freeman (www.drmarkfreeman.com) is certified by both The American Board of Surgery and The American Board of Plastic Surgery. He graduated with honors from University of Florida College of Medicine and went on to complete a plastic surgery fellowship at the esteemed Mayo Clinic. Dr. Freeman offers cosmetic enhancements for the face, breasts, and body, including face lifts, breast augmentation, and liposuction.