People who plan to go through plastic surgery ought to be able to prepare physically, emotionally, and mentally to ensure that they understand what to anticipate before surgery. It is also important they have the tools to recover with flying colors. Celebrity physical therapist book author, and founder of the “Psomas Method,” Nicole Psomas, prepares patients through her book After The Cut: How To Prepare For and Recover From Cosmetic Plastic Surgery. She teaches readers to use her hands-on approach that equips patients to maximize their post-surgery results and appearance while they avoid complications, decrease swelling, increase their range of motion, reduce pain, increase sensation, and minimize scar tissue at the same time.
Throughout the course of her thriving and exciting medical career, Nicole has had the privilege of working with some of the industry’s best plastic surgeons. While working closely with these New York based surgeons, she pioneered her famous preparation and recovery methods for cosmetic plastic surgery. Over time, she has developed her expertise in the area of liposuction, breast implants and breast reduction, tummy tucks, body lifts, facelifts, buttock implants, and rhinoplasty, to mention a few.
As a result of her effective and highly helpful preparation and recovery program, she has spent the last 15 years of her medical career working with a lot of influential individuals from actors, television hosts, international figures, politicians, socialites, corporate CEOs, and TV personalities.
The release of After The Cut: How To Prepare For and Recover From Cosmetic Plastic Surgery in 2019 proved to be a hit as her “Psomas Method” gave patients the confidence they needed to go through their chosen procedures confidently and recover faster than expected.
Prior to the publication of her book, Nicole worked diligently and passionately to care for her patients as a physical therapist at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell Medical Center, as a physical therapist. She is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and received her certification from the Norton School. She is a member of the National Lymphedema Network (NLN), The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), an affiliate member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Hellenic Medical Society of New York, Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce of New York, and the Daughters of Penelope.
Apart from her book on cosmetic plastic surgery, Nicole has also written two other children’s manuals for Weill Cornell: Home Exercise Program for Your Child After Heart Surgery and Welcome to the Burn Center. Back in 2012, she received the Patient Centered Care Grant for an educational kit she designed, to guide patients on recovery after undergoing bariatric surgery.
Aside from her work in cosmetic plastic surgery recovery, Nicole’s changed the lives of many patients by helping them recover from many of the most serious surgeries, is admirable to say the least. She has dedicated the majority of her career to improving the quality of life of patients, adults and children, after they go through traumatic accidents, orthopedic surgery, reconstructive plastic surgery, bariatric surgery, neurosurgery, traumatic brain injury, cardiac surgery, oncologic surgery, transplant surgery, and other major complications.
Determined to make a significant and lasting impact on the experiences and life of her patients, Nicole can be expected to continue coming up with ways to help them. Whether it is through her books, or a personal experience with her post-surgery rehab, patients are reassured that they are in good hands with someone who cares for them.
Learn more about Nicole Psomas and her book After The Cut: How To Prepare For and Recover From Cosmetic Plastic Surgery by visiting this website: AfterTheCut.com. Follow Nicole on Instagram @afterthecutbook for tips on recovery and updates on her latest projects.