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someone skilled in the use of electricity to remove moles or warts or hair roots

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The idea that electrology practitioners are not really part of the medical community makes it hard for an electrologist who identifies a serious problem to act as an effective advocate for their client.
April Predeteanu, certified electrologist and owner of Apiderm, has recently added the new LightSheer Diode Laser to her practice.
The participants, many of whom hold the Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) credential, are attending this convention to participate in 15 hours of top-notch continuing education approved by the AEA's Office of Continuing Education.
Maykel as a dental hygienist and she worked from home as an electrologist.
When an electrologist recognizes that her client's unwanted hair growth could be due to a serious medical issue, he/she will very likely refer her to her primary care physician, or an endocrinologist for evaluation.
He, and his wife, Cheryl, a self-employed electrologist, have six children, ages 9 to 19.
some have added an electrologist to their staff to provide patients with
This is simply good business," states Sharon Ortiz, Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) and President of the AEA.
Valentin-Macais said she is considering expanding her business, Enlightened Hands Massage and Bodywork, to include an electrologist and beautician to create a wellness center.
Upon passing the International Board of Electrologist Certification (IBEC) exam the electrologist is given the designation of Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) and must participate in 75 hours (7.
Lucy was an apartment manager and a licensed electrologist.
There is a very good marriage between the two as they feed and nurture each other," offers Helen Bickmore, Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE), author of Milady's Hair Removal Techniques and co-author of Aesthetician Series: Advanced Hair Removal (Bickmore, Hill).
Europe and Asia, many of whom hold the Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) designation.
Coroners, medical examiners, paramedics, funeral directors, osteopaths, chiropractors, dentists, pharmacists, engineers, pilots, broadcasters, nurses, veterinarians, midwives, teachers, psychologists, surveyors, detectives, social workers, barbers, hairdressers, electrologists, tattooists, cosmetologists, real estate agents, plumbers, florists, accountants and masseuses must also be tested and licensed.
Staff includes Registered Nurses,Certified Medical Electrologists,and Licensed Medical Aestheticians.