Soheila Mokmeli is a certified Laser Therapy Practitioner in Canada, an award winning instructor and resource for laser therapy, a member of Canadian Association of Medical Sps & Aesthetic Surgeons (CAMACS) and World Association of Laser Therapy (WALT). She is also an International Medicine Graduated (IMG) Doctor from Tehran Medicine University. At present, she is also the Laser Therapy Consultant and Research Manager at Canadian Optic and Laser Center (COL Center).
She worked as an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Zanjan Medical faculty 1995 to 2001. She has been practicing laser therapy since 1998 to present. She was the director of Research Center of Laser Department of Milad Hospital in Tehran – October 2002 to March 2010. At this position, she served as mentor and counselor of medicine and nursing students and MDs for academic and research centers’ projects in the laser field. She coordinated multidisciplinary laser therapy projects, prepared educational outlines, and supervised more than 54 research and thesis papers.
During her practice as a Laser Therapist, she served more than 10,000 clients in different fields including cosmetic & beauty, obesity, pain management, wound healing, and more. Her professional goal is to provide a comprehensive assessment of the client’s needs by offering safe, effective treatments for hair removal, skin rejuvenation, skin tightening and laser therapy. She knows how to effectively evaluate the client’s hair color, skin color and body area to be treated. She tries to provide laser treatments, using the safest and most effective laser application, and determines appropriate laser settings and techniques to deliver optimal treatment. Soheila believes to recognize contraindications to laser hair removal and other laser applications before the treatment. A proper assessment to any reaction to treatment is her skill to achieve better results.
She was awarded for her study on Laser Wave Lengths by the North American Association for Laser Therapy in 2013. In addition, she received an award as the Pioneer of Photo Medicine in her country in 2012 and received an award for Best Laser Study from European Medical Laser association (EMLA) in 2007. She was the President of Medical Laser Association in her own country from August 2009 to November 2011. Some of her activities included:
In Canada, laser therapy is considered as a non-invasive and non-medical procedure at personal service establishments, and that is why she decided to continue her practice at COL Center to offer professional personal laser therapy services.
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