Alma Harmony Laser Tattoo Removal

Acute illness management at CardinaLight Health involves a comprehensive evaluation of your symptoms and medical history, followed by an appropriate treatment plan. The specific approach to acute illness management may vary depending on the nature and severity of your symptoms, as well as other individual factors, such as your age, overall health, and medical history.

Some common components of acute illness management at CardinaLight Health may include:

  1. Evaluation of symptoms: Sharon Larsen, DNP, APN will ask you about your symptoms, including when they started, how severe they are, and any other related factors, such as a recent exposure to an illness. She will then perform a physical examination to assess your overall health and check for any signs of infection or inflammation.
  2. Diagnosis: Based on your symptoms and examination findings, our provider may order rapid testing, laboratory tests, or imaging studies to help confirm the diagnosis.
  3. Treatment: Once a diagnosis is made, Sharon Larsen, DNP, APN will recommend an appropriate treatment plan. This may include medications, such as antibiotics, antivirals, or over-the-counter pain relievers.
  4. Follow-up care: You may need to schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor your progress and ensure that your symptoms are improving.

Overall, the goal of acute illness management at CardinaLight Health is to provide rapid and effective care to alleviate your symptoms, prevent complications, and promote recovery. If you are experiencing symptoms of an acute illness, it’s important to seek medical attention promptly to receive the appropriate care and treatment.

The Alma Harmony Laser Tattoo Removal treatment utilizes the Alma Q-switched Laser to provide safe and effective tattoo removal.

In years past, tattoo removal was a painful and arduous procedure. Our laser uses advanced technology to deliver high energy light pulses to the skin to remove tattoos. The pulses are absorbed by the tattoo, breaking down the pigment in the skin. The pigment gets fragmented into tiny pieces that the body naturally eliminates.

The treatment can be effective for everyone. However, the treatment process will depend on your unique needs. The size, color, and location of the tattoo will determine the number of treatments you will need.

Before your treatment, our staff will apply a local anesthetic to make you comfortable during the procedure.

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