There is a certain stigma that comes with lice, an embarrassment to ask about them or know how to treat them. A local business wants to fight that.

The Lice Place is the only certified professional lice treatment clinic in the country corporately owned and operated by a Registered Nurse. They work hard to treat and consult, and most of all educate parents, and people about head lice.

There are so many- false- facts out there. It is nice for parents to have an expert in the neighborhood to go to. Anyone can get lice. It is in fact the second most common condition after the common cold caught by children. Some 12 million kids a year come home with lice,and it has nothing to do with dirt and all about proximity. As for the Lice Place, it is located at 8115 Isabella Lane, Suite 6 in Brentwood.

11412309_823955497693741_5281065576011416457_nIt opened last June, and is the first location in Tennessee, and is it is owned and operated by Deanna Dickerson. She is a parent and Registered Nurse who knows and understands the effects a head lice infestation can have on families. After battling lice on her own daughter, Deanna is well known as the “go to” person for help with head lice. She heard about the excellent reputation of The Lice Place, based out of Texas, and knew this was an opportunity for her to be able to help families in Tennessee.

The business utilizes an evidence-based manual method developed by a Registered Nurse which has been used over the past 10 years and proven to be 99.6% effective with just one treatment. All treatments at The Lice Place are backed by a hassle-free 30 day guarantee. Families who visit the clinic will enjoy a full range of services including head checks, updated head lice education and complete lice and nit removal in a professional and private setting.

They take pride in using only safe nontoxic products. Their goal is to help better educate families in an attempt to reduce the number of reoccurring cases seen each year. While the majority of head lice cases are found in school-aged girls, these human parasites are a time-consuming and potentially costly problem for both genders, all ages, ethnic and economic backgrounds. As members of the NALTP (National Association of Lice Treatment Professionals), you can be assured that The Lice Place has standards and business practices in place that ensures the public they will be treated effectively, safely, and with integrity.

To contact them, call 615-656-1646 or email Deanna Dickerson directly at CoolSprings@TheLicePlace.com. You can also find more information on their site www.theliceplace.com. They are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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