As 2014 draws to a closes, I’ve been thinking about my highlights of the past year, and looking forward to what 2015 has in store.
It’s great to see that yet again patient numbers are up, I’ve just introduced Fractora into the clinic and moving forward I’ve yet more groundbreaking treatments to reveal – more info to come soon.
BeautyWorksWest, where my practice is located, is also undergoing a revamp. The decorators are in over the festive period, so we’ll look forward to unveiling a fresh new look in January.
As ever training has been busy, with my courses at Wigmore Medical frequently selling out. If you’re interested in PRP/Dracula Therapy training, please contact Wigmore Medical for details on my 2015 courses.
I’m also traveling to Oslo once a month, again to train and promote Dracula Therapy™.
This year saw the release of Your Hormone Doctor, the book I co-write with Susie Rogers and Leah Hardy. It came out in May 2014 and has had a fantastic reaction from both the press and the public. If you don’t yet have a copy, you can order one now.
The Anti Ageing Show was a fantastic event in May year and I was proud to demonstrate Dracula Therapy live on stage on both days. I’m very pleased to announce that I will be appearing again at the 2015 show, which will run on 16th and 17th May. For more details, including who else is speaking and exhibiting, and to book tickets, take a look at their website.
I also spoke at the Advanced Beauty Conference, at Olympia Beauty in September this year, again focusing on the unique benefits of Dracula Therapy. I’ve really enjoyed the opportunity to promote this amazing treatment to both industry professionals and members of the public.
I’d like to thank the organisers of both of these events, and to the wonderful Antonia Mariconda for introducing me.
I’ve also appeared on a number of TV shows this year, including the BBC’s The Men Who Made Us Spend. Presented by Jacques Peretti, this show investigated consumer spending, on everything from cars to health and beauty products. I treated Jacques with Dracula Therapy as part of the filming, which provided us with great exposure and yet again proved the point that the procedure is far from being gory or painful.
Press coverage has also been good this year, and has included the Evening Standard, Elle, Fab After Fifty, Mail Online, Huffington Post and the Sunday Times. Again, thanks to all these publications for their support.
As we wind down for the festive period, I’d like to thank all of my patients, colleagues and friends for their support during 2014, and look forward to seeing you all again during 2015. In the meantime, I wish you all a Happy Christmas, and a successful New Year.
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