The latest treatments delivered in a professional, warm environment
is what you will find at Marin Medical Aesthetics.
What is it about you or your business that makes you a local trendsetter?
We have the latest technology in the field in both our body sculpting and skin care lineup.
What sets you apart in your industry?
All practitioners at Marin Medical Aesthetics are licensed professionals. As one reviewer stated, “Dr. Bacchi and her team are incredibly knowledgeable, thoughtful and warm professionals that make it an amazing experience with any treatment you choose.”
What new services and products do you specialize in that address our current times?
We have utilized the idea of the “medical gym.” So many people have gained a few pounds and/or have been unable to get their pre-Covid workouts in. Our Emsculpt allows you to get a jump start to getting back in shape. For example, an abdominal treatment comfortably offers 20,000 muscle contractions in just 30 minutes.
Do you or your business have a unique or notable history in the Bay Area?
I have lived in the Bay Area for more than 20 years. I feel a strong commitment to the community as evidenced by the fact that I am raising my children here, have taught at a local university, have served a school board term and I volunteer at a local clinic.
How are you disrupting your industry and thinking outside the box?
I personally do all the initial appointment consultations, taking the time to hear each patient’s concerns. Together, my patients and I create an individualized treatment plan. The field of aesthetic medicine evolves so rapidly that I am excited to share the latest developments with my patients. Moreover, I am dedicated to achieving the best possible results, and educating my patients about how best to maintain the results achieved.
What are you doing to stay connected to the local community?
Currently, we will be hosting a Dominican University senior nursing student. Placements for their training have been dramatically reduced in Covid times. We are happy to help by offering this position so the student can meet her required clinical hours.