On Monday, December 5, 2016, Dr. Kenneth A. Godwin will give a lecture on “SculpSure: Get Rid of Stubborn Belly Fat Without Surgery”. He will cover the science behind SculpSure, present actual Before & After photos, explain how SculpSure is performed, and most importantly, help attendees find out if they might be a candidate for procedures such as SculpSure. Often, diet and exercise is not enough to remove layers of fat beneath our skin. Dr. Godwin believes “that your perception of your appearance has an enormous impact on your over-all emotional and mental health [and] a positive self-image is an integral part of reaching one’s full potential in life.” Attendees will receive special pricing on SculpSure if they are eligible for the procedure.
This lecture is open not only to NAC members, but to the general public as well. It will take place on Monday, December 5 at 7:00 in Urban Allure Salon & Spa at the Newtown Athletic Club. There is no fee to attend this lecture. This and other lectures are offered regularly as part of the partnership between the Newtown Athletic Club and Aria-Jefferson Health called Project Wellness.
Dr. Ken Godwin is a Double Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and founder of Godwin Plastic Surgery. Dr. Godwin graduated magna cum laude from college before entering Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he graduated with honors. Dr. Godwin is experienced in every type of plastic and reconstructive procedures. He specializes in abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck), blepharoplasty (eyelid lift), breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, Brazilian butt lift, liposuction, mommy makeovers, rhinoplasty, and injectables/fillers & Botox.
The NAC Aria Project Wellness was designed to create a seamless continuum of services for NAC members and the community to be able to learn, not only about health and wellness through lectures and educational programs, but also to discover methods of prevention for injury and illness. Together, Aria-Jefferson and the NAC are committed to the health and wellness of the entire community and this Project is one way to allow people to access the education and the services they need.
According to Linda Mitchell, NAC Directory of Public and Community Relations, “The NAC Aria-Jefferson Project Wellness is unique in the health and fitness industry in that it affords both NAC members and the community access to information and services in a direct way that was not available before. This type of wellness programming is crucial to the future health of our nation and will serve to not only make individuals healthier, but in the end can reduce healthcare costs by encouraging healthier living.”
To attend this FREE lecture for the community you may RSVP online at www.nacariaprojectwellness.com or call NAC at 215-968-0600 x 114.