Most of my patients are not beauty seekers, but rather use cosmetic medicine T  o Look as They Feel    without the tell-tale signs of having cosmetic work done.     I most enjoy educating, to empower people to have the right cosmetic procedure done with the right   physician. 

Most of my patients are not beauty seekers, but rather use cosmetic medicine To Look as They Feel  without the tell-tale signs of having cosmetic work done.

I most enjoy educating, to empower people to have the right cosmetic procedure done with the right physician. 

Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss setting up a consultation to learn about
Office number: 617.585.1500 
Location: 137 Newbury Street (between Clarendon and Dartmouth)

I'm Alithia Monroe-Broderick and I am a Physician Assistant licensed in Massachusetts and New York with National board certification.

I have a Masters Degree of Physician Assistant Studies at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2005, Bachelor Degree in Bio-Chemistry from University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 1998, a second Bachelor Degree in Health Science at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2003. 

I am a volunteer House Doctor for the Boston Symphony Orchestra and serve as a state medical board member for Massachusetts Physician Assistant Regulation and Licensing. I am an invited National Speaker for the Physician Assistant Organization and a member of the Newbury Street League. 

I have worked in collaboration with physician luminaries for more than a decade including New Jersey and NY Dermatologist, David Goldberg MD JD, now retired Boston's beloved Plastic Surgeon Bill Adams MD and the New England Journal of Medicine Editor Lindsey Baden MD. From my cosmetic clinical work and co-investigator research experiences, I have learned the art of patient care and attendance as well how to tease apart medical literature to guide best patient decisions in cosmetic medicine. 

 

 

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2. Hexsel D, Brum C, Siega C, Schilling-Souza J, Forno TD, Heckman M, Rodrigues TC, Evaluation of Self-Esteem and Depression Symptoms in Depressed and Nondepressed Subjects Treated with OnabotulinumtoxinA for Glabellar Lines. Dermatologic Surgery 2013.

3. Wollmer M. A.,  deBoer C. Facing Depression with botulinum toxin: A Randomized controlled trial. Journal of Psychiatric Research 2012.

4.Lewis MB, Bowler PJ, Botulinum toxin cosmetic therapy correlates with a positive mood. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 2009.

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6. Cassels, Caroline “More Evidence Botox Works for Depression.” Depression Health Center. Case Studies presented on Web MD, 19 June 2014. Web

7. Piack Jr. W, Peripheral feedback effects of facial expression, bodily postures and vocal expressions on emotional feelings. Cognition and Emotion 2006.

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*The neuropsychiatric benefit of BOTOX® treatment is improvement and even resolution of depression symptoms in some individuals.