For example, facial fungus can be easily misdiagnosed as acne. As licensed skin care professionals working in conjunction with the medical arena, we must know that we can assess the condition, document the outward appearance, and take a good intake of information. We are acting within our boundaries of education, license and responsibility to facilitate our clients on any treatments or procedures that may require the attention of a physician.
Anna D. Rinehart is presently the medical aesthetics coordinator for the Sue Mayborn Women’s Center at the Metroplex Health System in Killeen, Texas. Rinehart is triple educated as a nurse, aesthetician and aesthetic instructor. She has instructed hundreds of physicians, nurses and aestheticians for over the past two decades in the emerging field of medical aesthetics. Rinehart developed a successful thriving practice from Meridian, Miss. to Killeen, Texas. She developed the first Medical Aesthetics Skin Care Program at Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas; the first Medical Aesthetics program at Central Texas College through the continuing education department in Killeen, Texas the first Medical Aesthetics Clinical Skin Care Program at the Adventist Health System, Killeen, Texas; the first Medical Aesthetics FACE® Facial Aesthetics Cosmetic Education program in Austin, Texas; developed Acaraya® Clinical Skin Care Products, and serves as an ambassador for the Aestheticians International Association. She is passionate, preserving and a true pioneer for the medical aesthetics specialized field for physicians, nurses and aestheticians.