Olivia | Tummy Tuck

Olivia | Tummy Tuck

Olivia had a tummy tuck with Nick Parkhouse after having her twins as her stomach had stretched beyond any repair she could manage herself with exercise.

She said:

“I always thought that being a personal trainer I would just zap back into shape after twins and then a third child. I was continually disappointed! It took me a long time but eventually I went along to a seminar. Weight loss is always slow it has taken me six years to get back into competition form.

I now compete in 'body fitness ‘championships throughout the UK which I would never have been able to do without having met Mr Parkhouse.

Tummy tuck surgery, or abdominoplasty, is a procedure to remove excess skin, fat, stretch marks, and scars from the abdomen. It can also tighten the muscles in the area. Patients who get a tummy tuck are usually already at a healthy weight.

Nick Parkhouse has been a Consultant Plastic Surgeon since 1991 and is based at the McIndoe Centre. He has a special interest in the aesthetic/cosmetic surgery of the face, breasts, abdomen and trunk together with non-surgical injection and laser treatments for specific problems. 

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