Regenerative and Aesthetic Therapies
About Youthful You
About Youthful You
Regenerative therapies seek to restore tissue that has been damaged by the effects of aging, disease, or trauma. Amplifying your natural healing process, we can harness the power of the body to heal and be revitalized.
Regenerative therapies can be used to assist with healing injuries, reverse degeneration of joints, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and improve skin elasticity, stimulate hair growth, and enhance sexual response.
Nicole Farran's passion for regenerative and aesthetic therapies began with a personal experience. As an avid runner and fitness enthusiast, she was sidelined with a persistent injury that didn't respond to traditional treatments. After more than a year of failed treatments and frustrations, she was introduced to Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections, which allowed her to finally run again with no pain. That personal experience sparked a passion for all regenerative and aesthetic therapies. Her practice now focuses on wellness and helping patients reach their optimal health. Nicole believes that everyone deserves a high quality of life and that pain and signs of aging can be reversed. She strives to empower patients with the tools to help them heal themselves.
Youthful You is the regenerative and aesthetics division of Doctor For Life. Doctor For Life aims to treat each patient holistically, with a focus on weight management, preventive care and wellness. To help patients live better, Doctor For Life incorporates a team of clinicians to support each individual. Primary care, weight management, nutrition, behavioral health, personal training, and cooking classes are offered to individualize care and maximize success. Additionally, regenerative and aesthetic therapies help Doctor For Life patients feel better, look better, and live better.
Nicole Farran, DNP, APRN, WHANP-BC, is board certified by the American Academy of Procedural Medicine in pain management, and as an adult and women's health practitioner. She received her doctorate from St. Louis University, as well as a master's degree from Vanderbilt University and an undergraduate degree from Furman University. She has been in practice since 2005.