treat any clients under
the age of 18.
Speciality: Cosmetic Dermatology, Full non-surgical face lifts and Lip Augmentation
Come and see me at: Manchester – Thursdays until 8pm
Jan Birch is a registered General Nurse, and a specialist in Dermatology. She studied at University of Salford and Liverpool John Moores University, and qualified with a 1st class Bachelors of Science degree with Honours. Jan also holds a diploma in Nursing, and a Post Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy and Chemistry Master of Science – clinical research.
Jan has been a Nurse for 35 years and spent 18 years in Aesthetic Medicine. She is an expert in the use of Photodynamic therapy for the treatment of skin cancers and cosmetic dermatology. Jan has worked in Europe alongside a team of leading dermatologists, and continues to have a keen interest in treating uneven skin tone and pigmentation.
Her accreditations include runner-up Business Women of the Year 2010 and the Quality Award – Speciality treatments in 2001. Jan is a member of the Royal College of Nursing Midwifery Council, Save Face, Association of Dermatology Nurses and the Association of nurse prescribers.
Her specialities include –
- Cosmetic Dermatology
- Minor Surgery
- Full non-surgical face lifts – Temples, jawlines, neck, chin, Tear trough and cheek augmentation
- Lip Augmentation
- Non-surgical Rhinoplasty
- Advanced Botulinum toxin – Nefertiti, masseter, migraine
- Hyperhidrosis – Axilla and Planter/palmer
Nurse Jan is an advanced practitioner specialising the use of dermal fillers and toxins for facial rejuvenation. Her key area of interest is the Non-Surgical Facelift procedure. This revolutionary anti-wrinkle injection technique uses dermal fillers to improve volume across a range of facial areas, giving her clients subtle natural-looking improvement to volume to help regain youthfulness.
Q&A with Jan Birch
Q: What are your interests?
A: Pilates, dog walking, fitness, holidays and shopping.
Q: What is your favourite treatment and why?
A: Non-surgical enhancements using a combination of treatments to enhance how patients look and feel.
Q: What do you enjoy most about your job?
A: Patient interaction and patient satisfaction.
Q: What advice would you give to someone considering injectable treatments?
A: Do your homework and ensure that you go to a fully qualified and experienced practitioner. Have a full consultation and be confident with the person you are having treatment. It is important you receive an adequate treatments plan to achieve your expectations.