Leslie C. Huff, M.D. is an Emsculpt specialist. She is a double board-certified, Johns Hopkins-trained physician. Dr. Huff offers therapies which can improve a patient’s self-image, quality of life and overall wellness without the potential harmful side effects of many medications and invasive procedures. Dr. Huff takes her commitment of "First do no harm" (Primum non nocere) very seriously. Dr. Huff’s enthusiasm for EMSCULPT® was immediate based on its safety, effectiveness and unique therapeutic benefits of both building muscle and reducing fat.
Dr. Huff graduated ranked first in her medical school class and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (AOA), for which she served as president of the University of Kentucky chapter. Dr. Huff received numerous awards during medical school including the Outstanding Academic Performance in Internal Medicine Award and the William H. Knisely Award for Exceptional Achievement in Anatomy. She earned both her undergraduate and medical degrees with high distinction.
Dr. Huff received her internship and residency training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. After a successful career in the field of pathology, including serving as medical director, Dr. Huff received post-graduate training in aesthetic medicine. In addition to expertise in Emsculpt, she has advanced training in botulinum toxin (Botox, Xeomin) and dermal fillers and is a member of the American Association of Facial Esthetics. She is also a graduate of the Harvard Medical School acupuncture program for physicians.
Why choose CENTER FOR IMAGE AND WELLNESS over a “med spa”?
Center for Image and Wellness is a medical practice, not a med spa. In the vast majority of med spas, Emsculpt and other body contouring treatments are not done by a physician, but by another member of the staff, such as a technician or medical assistant. All patients of Center for Image and Wellness are evaluated and treated by Dr. Huff.