I have taken three courses and have been thoroughly pleased with all of them. The basic and advanced Botulinum Toxin Type A/ Filler course I attended with Jill not only gave me all of the basics I needed to build a successful injectable practice, but gave me the confidence that I would have a support system in the rare event that I had an additional question after the training course. The sclerotherapy course with Terri Harper was also very beneficial. In the two years I have been practicing sclero in my practice I have had to contact Terri two times with a question and she has answered within a matter of minutes and offered additional help in the case of further issues. I could not be happier with the training and follow up support I receive with AAI and the talented staff I have met along the way. I would highly recommend these classes and this fantastic group of professionals to anyone.
Alix O’Brien Cohen, B.S., PA-C is an NCCPA board certified physician assistant licensed to practice medicine in the states of New York and Colorado. For over a decade she has specialized in aesthetic medicine with a focus on injectables and non-surgical procedures. She has worked in both plastic surgery and dermatology practices and has extensive knowledge and experience in both specialties. Prior to earning a second bachelor’s degree in physician assistant studies from Wagner College, she received a bachelor’s degree from Boston College. She began her physician assistant career in the Colorado mountains of Aspen and Vail where she first assisted in the operating room for both cosmetic and reconstructive surgical cases. When life brought her back to New York City she worked with some of the top plastic surgeons and dermatologists in the country while she honed her skills as a non-surgical cosmetic and injectable provider.
Practicing Area: New York and Colorado