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FAQ – When Can I Exercise After a Procedure?

FAQ – When Can I Exercise After a Procedure?

Interestingly enough, some of the best plastic surgery patients are those who are in great shape, follow a healthy diet, and are thus already on their way to looking their best. After all that, many people find that there are still adjustments they’d like to make, whether that’s eliminating exercise-resistant fat pockets, removing excess skin following massive weight loss, or simply reducing some wrinkles with Botox.

No matter the procedure, downtime will occur. For the active patients looking to stay active, how much downtime can be expected before they can return to exercise? Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Bruce Van Natta answers this important and oft-asked question in this PSC FAQ.

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