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Want to help reduce cellulite? Consider The Venus Legacy!


Last week I attended a free demonstration party for The Venus Legacy that was presented by Halifax Health. The event took place at The Center for Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery, which is located in the Professional Building at Halifax Health.

If you have areas of cellulite that you want to address, The Venus Legacy is a treatment you will want to consider. It is non-invasive surgery that will give you the results you are after, without the side effects and higher costs of having surgery. With this procedure there is no down time, no surgery, and no pain. You undergo a relaxing treatment for 20-30 minutes each week for 6-8 weeks, depending on what area you are having treated. The treatment involves using a machine with a wand-like device that heats up to a comfortable temperature and is used on the cellulite areas to help reduce it.

The Venus Legacy can be used for reducing cellulite, non-invasive body contouring, wrinkle reduction, skin tightening, and stretch mark reduction. It can be used on pretty much any of the area of the body you want, including the face, neck, stomach, thighs, etc.

If you are interested in learning more about The Venus Legacy, visit their website here.

Here are pictures taken at the free preview party, of just some of the food there,, the office, and a video of the The Venus Legacy treatment. Below you will also see the doctor and professional team at the center:








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Halifax Health – Primary Care Opens Port Orange Office

Halifax Health – Primary Care Opens Port Orange Office

Kirsten Kim, M.D, Heads Family Medicine Practice


Kirsten Kim, M.D,


Halifax Health - Primary Care has opened its second location at 1165 Dunlawton Avenue, Suite 104 in Port Orange.  The family medicine practice is led by Kirsten Kim, M.D. 

Dr. Kirsten Kim is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology in 2007.  Prior to entering medical school, she worked as a research specialist in the university’s department of Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering.  Dr. Kim graduated from the Chicago Medical School at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in 2012.  She completed her family medicine residency at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach. 

The Halifax Health - Primary Care Port Orange office joins the Daytona Beach location at 201 N. Clyde Morris Boulevard, Suite 240 (formerly known as East Volusia Family Practice), in providing expert medical care to adults, children, adolescents and seniors.  Both practices are led by specialized primary care physicians who can treat a wide variety of common conditions and illnesses, including sports injuries, colds and allergies.  Halifax Health – Primary care physicians can also provide physicals, routine vaccinations and preventive care. 

Most forms of insurance are accepted.  Cash, checks and credit cards are also accepted.  

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Kim at Halifax Health - Primary Care in Port Orange, call 386.425.4787.  Appointments can also be scheduled online at    

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