Registered nurse prescriber and owner/company director of the attic medispa, Amanda has a career in nursing spanning 32 years.
After qualifying in 1984 and working in acute medicine for a year Amanda embarked on a career in operating theatre nursing. In 1991 she gained a qualification in teaching and assessing in clinical practice and in 1993 completed and qualified in anaesthetic nursing in Sheffield. Amanda went on to gain a nursing sisters post in 1994 within the local nhs specialising in all areas of surgery and trauma. After the birth of her first daughter in 1997 Amanda returned to work in the nhs on a part time basis. Having always had an interest in cosmetic surgery and non surgical interventions, she embarked on her aesthetic foundation training in 2007 at KT training on Harley street, London, being trained by the highly renowned dr xavier goodarzian.
Since qualifying in 2007 Amanda has worked hard to expand her knowledge and development attending many advanced training courses and gaining a vast experience in the aesthetic field of medicine at masterclass level. In 2011 she studied at de Montfort university, Leicester to gain a qualification in nurse prescribing to keep in line with regulation governing treatment with prescribed medications.
Amanda is very proud to have been trained by some of the best doctors in the field of aesthetics , such as Dr mauricio de maio , Dr Raj Aquila, and Dr Jonquille Chanterey, who work globally to strive for safe practice, management of complications and a sensible approach to aesthetic medicine to achieve a natural outcome for our patients.
Amanda now dedicates all her time to her work in aesthetics and skin rejuvenation at the attic medi-spa, she continues to strive for regulation and safety for her patients, being registered with the nursing midwifery council, and an active member of the British association of cosmetic nurses, association of nurse prescribers and the Royal college of nursing.
“In an age of treatment being so widely available, I urge patients to check out the credentials and experience of the person treating you. beware of “cheap” too good to be true offers, they usually are “too good to be true. “. patients cannot put a value on their health, it is vital they seek consultation , gather the information and be given time to consider treatment carefully.”