Dr Claire Jacobsohn (Wits 2002; MB BCH)
Dr Claire Jacobsohn is a medical doctor who qualified in 2002 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of the Witwatersrand, and serves as The Aesthetics HQ’s Aesthetic practitioner.
Dr Claire developed a keen interest in Aesthetic medicine in 2004. While holding qualifications in forensic medicine and emergency medicine, as well as running a successful general practice, she began pursuing courses and qualifications in this exciting, emerging field of medicine.
Beginning with her 1st Aesthetic medicine courses formally in 2005, Dr Claire has subsequently completed numerous advanced workshops and master classes in Botox and Dysport; fillers, including Restylane; Juvederm; Teosyal; Antheis; Belotero; Radiesse; Ellanse and Perfecta, amongst others.
Dr Claire performs BodyTite liposuction procedures. She trained both locally (April 2013) and in Israel at the Invasix HQ to complete her qualifications in this field.
Dr Claire is formally accredited from Genop and Sinclair to perform Silhouette Soft "thread-lift" procedures.
Other skills in her repertoire include chemical peels, laser and radio frequency technologies, sclerotherapy, medically assisted weight loss programs, IV infusions, PRP, bio-identical hormones and anti-aging medicine.
Her passion for learning and her field, and her relentless pursuit of new academic studies and ability to innovate allows for new techniques and skills to be brought into The Aesthetics HQ. Currently she is completing her Advanced Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine, with all results this far being cum laude.
Dr Claire is actively pursuing her new found love of Integrative medicine, and is currently undertaking more studies in this field, with the intention of pursuing a Masters degree. She believes that Aesthetic medicine combined with Integrative medicine is the way forward for best anti-aging, regenerative and aesthetics practices of the future.
Dr Claire is registered with AAMSSA (Aesthetic and Anti-aging Medicine Society of South Africa); FAIM; SAMA and the HPCSA.