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Paulette Y. Saddler, M.D. - Practicing Health and Beauty

Dr. SaddlerDoctor. Today she is celebrating over twenty five years of being that Doctor. Her practice is
Dr. Paulette Saddler
unique and her versatility is shown in the fact that she is a Board certified specialist in internal medicine who also is trained in and practices acupuncture and aesthetic services. She became interested in acupuncture when she was a patient of breast cancer and discovered the pain relief qualities of acupuncture. Dr. Saddler provides aesthetic services which in essence is the art of working to keep her patients as relaxed, young and attractive looking as possible without surgery. She advises that women who are suffering pain from injuries or disease, such as cancer, and who don't feel that they look their best. She believes that by providing services to reduce the wrinkles and other age-implying effects, she helps her patients through the often invasive treatment such as with chemotheraphy.

The non surgical aesthetic services include therapeutic Botox to reduce spasms and wrinkles, laser hair removal and reduction of sun damage to the skin. With good health and feeling good about themselves, patients experience a better quality of life which often results in extending one's life expectancy. Dr. Saddler also finds time to teach medicine at USC.

Dr. Saddler is one half of a power couple. Her husband is Dr. Oscar Streeter formerly of the Oncology staff of USC Medical Center. He is now the professor and chairman of the Radiation & Oncology Department of the Howard College of Medical in Washington, D.C. They are the parents of one daughter who is a high school senior .

Dr. Saddler was born in Chicago and raised in New York by a Mother who was an artist and a Father who was a U.N. Diplomat. She is the past chairperson of the Board of Healthy Black Babies. She is excited about the new generation that has been ushered in by the Obama election as President. She believes that Black kids today do not realize the struggle that those who have gone before them went through to open the doors of opportunity. She grows passionate when she reflects on how so many pioneers put their lives on the line to get to the historical point that Black America enjoys today. Her hope for tomorrow is to keep on doing what she is doing to make life easier for her patients.

Her offices are located at 675 S. Arroyo Parkway, Suite 410, Pasadena, CA, phone 626.405.1034.


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