MEET THE DOCTORS
Gina Tilley, MD
Dr. Gina Tilley is Board Certified in Family Medicine, receiving her undergraduate training at Bennington College and Columbia University and her medical degree at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. She completed her residency training at LSU and also The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She has completed residencies in both Pathology and Family Medicine.
As a member of the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine, Dr. Tilley is on the leading edge of the latest in medical aesthetics. Her vast experience and passion for aesthetics ensures a high quality result in the care she gives her clients.
“I love being in the South, but growing up in New York City I never realized how much sun exposure people here receive. Nothing gives me more pleasure than meeting people, analyzing their skin care needs, and starting them on a path that turns back the hands of time, sun exposure and other damage they may have received to their skin over the years. The amazing results of our body sculpting and skin tightening are also very satisfying to me. It is a wonderful thing to be in the business of making people happy and more beautiful.”
Absalom H. Tilley, MD
Dr. Absalom Tilley has spent the last 23 years in private practice in Internal Medicine. He received his undergraduate degree at The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and his medical degree at The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He completed his residency training at UAMS as well.
Dr. Tilley serves as the medical director for the New Image Diet Systems at CVMA. He has over 20 years of experience with medically managed weight loss. In addition, Dr. Tilley provides advanced cardiovascular risk reduction to select clients through his office at CVMA.
“So many problems result from being overweight. My goal at CVMA is not to start anyone on a diet but instead to help them begin a new life style that not only helps them achieve a healthy weight but also greatly reduces their risk for cardiovascular disease.”