After eight years of successfully serving patients in Baltimore and Annapolis, ProMD Health has opened an office in Arlington.
The Ballston location continues the same proven personalized medicine approach to help patients look younger and feel younger by offering the same complete suite of facial rejuvenation, hormone optimization therapy and lifestyle services as the Baltimore and Annapolis locations.
Under the direction of Janette Roderick Sauter, a board-certified physician assistant, ProMD Health provides a wealth of successful choices for clients who become part of the treatment team. Sauter emphasizes teaching patients how each product or treatment works and creates a partnership that puts the patient in control of the process. Sauter, an Arlington resident, trained under founder Dr. George Gavrila, MD, and Amy Fleming, PA-C before leading the Arlington office.
“It is very important to me that patients leave my office with all of their questions and concerns having been addressed and answered,” Sauter said.
Patients look and feel younger thanks to the variety of non-surgical treatments provided by ProMD Health. Services include Cosmetic Injections, Microneedling, PDO thread lift, Y Lift, Sculptra butt lift, Kybella and medical grade skin care products, among others.
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Those interested in owning your own ProMD Health, see this page on the ProMD Health website.
ProMD Health is at 1005 N. Glebe Road, Suite 120. The phone number is 202-609-8887. Follow them on Twitter @ProMDHealth.
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