Aggie (Agnes) Lussier Dow – Nurse Practitioner

Aggie is a certified primary health care nurse practitioner (NP-PHC).  With over 25 years of experience in high-stress and occupational health care environments, she brings her skills in emergency, critical care, occupational health and wellness, medical and therapeutic aesthetics to her practice at PCNM.  

As a NP-PHC, her scope of practice includes the authority to see patients independently and perform controlled acts.  This allows her to diagnose common diseases, prescribing controlled substances and administration of certain treatments and medications as well as ordering basic diagnostic tests.

Approach

Originally trained in Western Conventional medicine, she has integrated the best medical practices of Functional medicine, creating a focus on prevention through nutrition, diet, and exercise.  She has full access to the latest laboratory testing and other diagnostic techniques and in conjunction with prescribed combinations of drugs and/or botanical medicines, supplements, therapeutic diets, detoxification programs, and/or stress-management techniques, she aims to prevent chronic disease. 

Aggies specialties include:

  • Executing platelet rich plasma therapies for alopecia (hair loss), scars, facial rejuvenation & Joints;
  • Managing thyroid, adrenal, hormone, stress, digestive, metabolic health and detoxification imbalances;
  • Therapeutic injections of Botox for migraines, hyperhidrosis and bruxism (teeth clenching); 
  • Medically managed weight-loss. 

Aggie holds certifications in Occupational Health, Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, IV Nutritional Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma, CCT (Certified Chelation Therapist), AFMCP (Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice) and Regenerative therapy in MSK. 

Her practical experience and extensive training also makes her an asset to the Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association, where she sits on the Board of Directors

Learn more about Aggie on her WEBSITE

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