SOURCE: Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Mar 14, 2013) - Dr. Jennifer Hein of the Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery recently released a press statement regarding an interview with Jane Fonda held by PARADE. Dr. Hein encourages women to look to Fonda as a role model regarding a healthy lifestyle and urges them to adopt a well-rounded exercise routine to achieve their health and image goals; however, Dr. Hein highlights the fact that cosmetic surgery, liposuction in particular, is a viable option for women who do adopt this healthy lifestyle but cannot get rid of stubborn fat.
According to the interview, Fonda cites staying physically active as the key to aging gracefully: "The most important thing to do as you age is to stay physically active. Lots of people just throw in the towel if they can't do what they used to do that that's terrible. If you can't run then walk; if you can't downhill ski then cross-country ski; if you can't lift ten pounds, then lift five one [sic]. Keep moving. Of all the things that can allow you to age successfully, staying physically active is number one."
"Jane Fonda is the perfect example of the positive long-term results of a great workout routine," asserts Dr. Hein. "It is never too late or too early to start a healthy exercise regimen. Consistent exercise not only affects one's physical appearance, it also can have a positive impact on one's mental wellbeing. As with any new exercise routine, though, it is important to check with a healthcare professional to be certain that there are no underlying conditions that might be negatively impacted or exacerbated by exercise."
Dr. Hein goes on to explain that, even with a well-rounded exercise plan, sometimes individuals need to turn to the assistance of cosmetic surgery to meet their aesthetic goals: "For those who have maintained a consistent and healthy weight management and exercise routine, but just cannot lose stubborn deposits of fat, liposuction may be a wonderful enhancement to assist individuals with putting the finishing touches on their healthy physique."
Dr. Hein recommends that individuals who are looking to improve their physical image contact the Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery to learn more about the organization's services. Interested individuals can call 1-800-DEFY-AGE (1-800-333-9243) or visit www.DefyAge.com.
The Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery offers a wide range of services to female patients, including rhinoplasty, microdermabrasion, eyelid surgery, breast augmentation, reduction and reconstruction, body contouring, gynecomastia, facelifts, liposuction, abdominoplasty, chemical peels, labiaplasty, wrinkle reduction, vein and hair reduction, Botox, collagen injections, fillers, skin tightening and acne treatment. Opened by Dr. Jennifer Hein, the Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery offers time-tested treatment options that help patients to obtain their health and appearance goals.
For more information about the Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery, visit www.defyage.com.