Image Recovery

Feeling positive about how you look is important to many people faced with cancer, especially during treatments that can alter your appearance, such as hair loss. Image recovery focuses on improving self-image and self-esteem by helping you look and feel your best, which can boost confidence and enhance quality of life. Our image recovery specialist is a licensed cosmetologist and licensed mastectomy and prosthetic fitter who can meet with you for a confidential consultation to assist you with fitting and selection of wigs, prostheses, surgical and mastectomy garments, or compression garments.*

 *A physician prescription is required for wigs, prostheses, surgical and mastectomy garments, or compression garments.

Contact Us

Our Image Boutique is a custom shop located on the first floor of the Georgia Cancer Center.

To learn more about the Image Boutique, to schedule an appointment with the Image Recovery Specialist*, or to sign up for the free “Look Good Feel Better” workshop, please call.


“Look Good Feel Better” Workshop

As the facilitator of the “Look Good Feel Better” workshop, Ms. Sherry Brooks teaches beauty techniques to women in active treatment to help them manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.

Image Boutique fund

The Image Boutique fund was established to provide financial assistance to any woman who is either uninsured or whose insurance does not cover the cost of wigs, breast prosthesis, surgical bras, compression sleeves, or other products that may help patients cope with the physical effects of surgery, radiation or chemotherapy.

Give by check

Please make the check payable to:
Georgia Health Sciences Foundation.

Please be sure to include the following information on the memo line of the check:
21646-Image Boutique.

Mail the check to: 

Georgia Health Sciences Foundation
Office of Advancement
1120 15th Street
FI 1000
Augusta, GA 30912

Meet Your Team

Sherry Brooks CMF, MC

Sherry became a licensed master cosmetologist and licensed mastectomy and prosthetic fitter in 2007. She has been a part of the Georgia Cancer Center family since 2010. Sherry grew up in Huntsville, AL and moved to the CSRA in 1989. Together, with her husband of over 30 years, Dr. Cesar Brooks, Sherry pastors a church in Waynesboro, GA. She has one son, Taylor, and 3 Chihuahuas. In her free time, Sherry loves to sew, crochet, paint, draw and illustrate greeting cards, decorate, study the Bible, cook, eat and sleep.