Dr. Cristyn Watkins joins Kevin Oldham in this episode of the It’s Becky’s Fault Podcast. Dr. Watkins and Kevin talk about aesthetics and optimal wellness. More importantly, let’s hear from Dr. Cristyn Watkins as she shares how she branded her business to be the success that it is today.
Dr. Cristyn Watkins is from Kansas City, MO, attended The University of Kansas for her Human Biology Bachelor degree and completed her medical training in New York City and New Jersey. Dr. Watkins is board certified in Family Medicine and was Chief Resident and Most Honored Resident of Family Medicine at her training program. She is already certified and is pursuing her Fellowship in Integrative, Metabolic, and Nutrition Medicine with the School of Medicine and Health Sciences of George Washington University. She focuses her entire practice on advanced medical aesthetics, regenerative medicine, healthy aging, and personalized wellness medicine. She is the owner and visionary of aNu AestheticsTM and Optimal Wellness, is involved in every aspect of the practice, and works alongside her expert medical and aesthetics staff.
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Kevin Oldham – CEO & Founder of Med Spa Life
Why does Kevin do what he does? Because he loves solving complex problems that drive profit and growth for clients. Because he likes the math and the strategy and the analytics and the tactics. And because of three other things: his wife and two kids. But don’t read this and think Kevin’s some stuffy, serious CEO. Nope, in the office, he likes cranking electronic music so loud that the neighbors complain. And on the weekends, he enjoys teaching his son sweet skateboarding moves. Kevin also loves everything about Kansas City, especially the Chiefs. (And we’d like to point out that he was a huge fan even BEFORE they won that little televised ball game in February.)