Currently away on maternity leave
Lindsay Richels has over 10 years of experience as a health care provider. She completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Pharmacy (2007), a Hospital Pharmacy Residency (2008), a Master’s in Business Administration (2011), Certified Diabetes Educator (2014), Advanced Methods of Injection Training and Certification (2015), Neuromodulator, Dermal Filler, Plasma Rich Protein treatment certification and cadaver dissection (2016), Belkyra (2017), Coolsculpting (2017) and Sculptra (2018). Lindsay is currently a medical student at the University of Saskatchewan
(Class of 2020).
Lindsay’s interest in women’s health, cosmetics and dermatology started at an early age. Having to deal with a chronic skin condition herself she sought out to improve not only her skin but the skin of her patients. “Being able to help patients put their best face forward is one of the most rewarding things I have been able to do in my career. I notice that when a patient feels good about themselves their attitude changes, their self-confidence grows, and their stress dissipates.”
Lindsay is currently able to prescribe remedy’s or medications for a variety of minor ailments including mild acne, cold sores, insect bites, canker sores, painful periods, headaches, haemorrhoids, bacterial skin infections, athlete’s foot, ring worm, groin itch, emergency contraception, birth control and bladder infection (urinary tract infection). Lindsay is able to administer medications by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection such as vaccines, hormones, and vitamins.