Terri understands how changes in your appearance as you age can affect your confidence and lifestyle. She battles those changes as well, and was discouraged at the unnatural appearance often seen by those who have had rejuvenation procedures. More than 20 years ago, Terri began a quest to develop an expertise in non-surgical anti-aging procedures that maintain a natural, refreshed appearance. Since that time, she has developed a passion to help others in their anti-aging journey by using the latest non-surgical procedures and techniques. Terri believes everyone should feel confident about their appearance in each stage of aging and is committed to helping you achieve that goal.
After the privilege of being a stay-at-home mom while her children were young, Terri decided to step back into nursing when she joined her husband’s practice, Vein Specialists of the South (VSS). While working at VSS, she developed expertise in sclerotherapy, the cosmetic treatment of spider veins. This led to a career in non-surgical cosmetic and anti-aging procedures.
Shortly thereafter, Dr. Harper and Terri opened Spa Medical, in downtown Macon. In addition to being the clinical director and founder at Spa Medical, she developed a course on Sclerotherapy and became a clinical instructor for Sclerotherapy, BOTOX® Cosmetic, and Dermal Fillers.
She is recognized both nationally and internationally for her courses and serves as an independent contractor for Aesthetic Advancements, Inc. and as a clinical instructor for VSS’s Comprehensive Vein Training Center.
Terri has four children and is known as Bebe to her 6 grandchildren.
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Terri and her husband, Dr. Ken Harper, are huge supporters of the downtown revitalization movement in Macon. They enjoy supporting the arts and events at Mercer University.
Through Spa Medical, Terri Harper has hosted women missionaries for an afternoon at the spa and Christmas at the Spa with the Dove Center, a residential program for women who have been victims of domestic violence and has spearheaded other local philanthropic efforts. She currently sits on the board of Junior League Macon and is a past board member of First Presbyterian Day School.
Terri is involved at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Macon and various neighborhood organizations.