Our September 2018 Newsletter

Woman in a Fall coat in front of a sunset

When Should I Schedule My….?

While the only true “perfect time” for a procedure is when you feel most comfortable, fall seems to be a reliably popular choice. Patients often see Dr. Galante in fall for tummy tuck and liposuction for various reasons:

1. Sweater Weather Is Recovery Weather
As we head into the colder weather, you can put the bikinis away and get out the sweaters. This may seem like the opposite of what you’ll want after your procedure, but trust us when say that you’ll appreciate the downtime (and the warm outfits) while you recover. After tummy tuck and/or liposuction, Dr. Galante recommends patients wear a compression garment for at least 2 weeks, so the loose clothing options of fall will perfectly hide it.

2. Back to School, Back to You
The kids are back to school, and it’s time for you to get back to doing something for yourself. With the kids’ schedules full during the week, this leaves ample time for every pre- and post-op appointments. Plus, the quiet is a bonus when you’re recovering.

3. Healed by the Holidays
We can all agree that the holidays are the craziest time of the year, so why add to the stress by trying to find time for your recovery? Scheduling your tummy tuck and/or liposuction in September or October means you’ll be healed up before the holiday madness ensues.

If you think fall might be the right time for your procedure, contact us today so we can talk about getting you on the books.

Save the Date for Hospice Hustle

Dr. Galante at Hospice Hustle

Mark your calendars for Sunday, September 16.

The annual Hospice Hustle Cycling Event that benefits Hospice of the Calumet Region is quickly approaching. For the 14th year, the event is co-chaired by Dr. Galante and Bill Hasse of Hasse Construction. Both are excited to extend a personal invitation to you to attend this event, held in the beautiful countryside of southern Lake County.

Join us on Sunday, September 16 at 8:00 a.m. for a day of exercise. Hospice Hustle 2018 offers a peaceful bike ride of 25, 50, 75, or 100 miles. New this year is the family-friendly 15-mile trail ride, so bring the kids and enjoy the sunshine together.

We hope to see you there! Your support will help us continue the Hospice of Calumet Region’s mission to provide care to those facing a life-limiting illness.

Dr. Galante and Nikki Are On Instagram

Dr. Galante is on Instagram.
For all things Galante, MD, check out Dr. Galante’s brand new Instagram. Follow him @dr.gusgalante for an inside look at the happenings around the practice.
Nikki is on Instagram.
Our newest aesthetician and nurse injector, Nikki, has her own Instagram to showcase her work. Follow her @nikki.love.aesthetics for all the beautiful results.
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