If you can conquer the mental side of this then the rest will follow 💭 Stop making excuses, stop giving up when it gets hard, stop thinking it's a quick fix process 🚫 I've been working on this body for 20 months and still haven't made it to where I want to be. There's so much more work to be done, but taking it one day at a time is key 🔑 We all have bad days.. but until you stop letting those days take over your mental progress then you will never move forward 🛑 Being able to move past the bad choices, re-focus & keep chugging along is the most important 🛤
As you may be aware, the concerns over breast implants and the possibility of developing BIA-ALCL (Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma) has been featured in the media again. We understand that the information may be overwhelming or alarming. You might be wondering what type of implants you have, whether you should remove your implants ‘just in case’ and what the process is, should an issue arise.
The CAPS Clinic team want to reassure those who may be concerned about their breast implants, as well as educate you on best practices when it comes to ongoing care of your breast implants. We want to invite you to an information night where we can provide you with accurate and clear information, in a safe and honest setting.
Dr Taylor and Cheryl Taylor will provide information on
• Breast Implant Associated ALCL
• Breast Implant Illness
• General care of your breast implants
• Your rights and options regarding Medicare and Private Health Funds
GP's are also invited to attend, so they can support their patients who may have concerns.
DATE Thursday 1st August 2019
VENUE The CAPS Clinic, 7 Phipps Close, Deakin
Please register for our free Breast Implant Information Night to secure your place, as spots are limited. Link in Profile.
You can also sign up to our Breast Implant Information email list to be notified of future events or updates related to this topic. Link in Profile.
You can read Dr Taylor’s Statement on Breast Implant Associated ALCL. Link in Profile.