RefinedLooks Plastic Surgery and Spa
As a physician assistant, Brooke Nosovitsky’s educational background focuses on both diagnostic and preventive medicine. “With experience in dermatology, plastic surgery, OB-GYN, internal medicine, and many more specialties, I am able to identify and express a deeper understanding of the concerns of my clients,” she says. “I know what products they should be using to optimize their treatments and achieve the results they desire.” Nosovitsky knows that at the end of the day, the treatments she provides are truly an investment for her clients. She adds, “The letters behind my name mean nothing if I do not continue to better myself for the sake of my clients. They deserve nothing less.”
Southern Illinois University – Carbondale, IL
Board-Certified Physician Assistant, NCCPA
Health & Wellness
1. What influenced you to pursue your career?
My love for art and medicine meld together seamlessly in the field of plastic surgery and aesthetics. I have experienced many different fields and am lucky enough to have found the one that truly lets me be authentically me!
2. What is one of your happiest professional moments?
My happiest professional moment is a culmination of many moments big and small. When I hand the mirror to a smiling face at the end of a procedure, I feel like I have truly found my niche, and I am excited every day that I have been given the chance to share my work with the community I call home.
3. What would you consider to be your main strengths?
In addition to my desire to learn advanced techniques as they arise in the field, I am meticulous in the details of my work.
4. How do you choose the right procedure for your clients?
I consider the goals of the client first and foremost. In an age where beauty trends may be taken to the extreme, I emphasize a natural enhancement that yields a refreshed result. Once we have both shared our goals for the client’s vision in the consultation, we can feel confident moving forward with the ideal treatment option to ensure an optimal result.
5. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care of your clients?
Education and information are invaluable. I strive to make the best decisions to make my clients’ goals a reality.