Meet Brooke!

“The absolute best part of what I do now is handing my patients the mirror after treatment and getting to see their faces light up. It never gets old!” – Brooke Price, FNP-BC


1. How long have you lived in Charleston?

My husband, Polk, and I have lived in Charleston for eight years. We have a wonderful daughter, Joey Lynn, and she’ll have a little brother or sister early next year.

2. What is your favorite thing to do here?

Boating. We will put the boat in at IOP and spend all day on the ocean.

3. What is your favorite restaurant in Charleston?

Acme on IOP. The Eggs Benedict and a Bloody Mary make for a perfect brunch.

4. How do you wind down?

I love spending time with family and friends. We camp a lot. We go to the state parks. We have a camper (glamping). It’s a nice way to disconnect and slow down.

5. Do you have a favorite vacation spot?

Definitely camping at Lake Jocassee.

6. What inspires you?

Helping others.

7. What motivates you?

I love being around people, building relationships and building connections - in my personal and professional life.

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9. Favorite Song/band?

Whitney Houston,
Wanna Dance with Somebody

10. What is something fun about me?

If you’re my client and I have great results, I will usually dance in the room!


South Carolina native, BROOKE PRICE, brings eight years of experience in emergency medicine and family care and a passion for wellness and aesthetics to the team at Koniver Aesthetics. A Board-Certified, Family Nurse Practitioner by trade, Brooke’s acquired knowledge of facial anatomy and the skin’s inner workings translates to beautiful, radiant skin for all her patients.

Brooke has a passion for helping people and building meaningful connections and relationships with those in her personal and professional life that drive what she does and motivates her to continue learning and sharing that knowledge and experience with her patients and friends.

After nursing school, Brooke took a job in an Emergency Room. “There is always a need for emergency care, and I was eager to help,” said Brooke. “But sadly, I learned the ER can be a thankless world – a revolving door of people you never see again. It would break my heart at times. We would help people get through some of the most difficult moments in their lives and never hear from them again. We’d never know if we had improved their lives in the long run.” Brooke knew her skills would be better utilized elsewhere, so she pursued her Family Nurse Practitioner certification and eventually found herself in wellness and aesthetics.


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