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Although breast augmentation and enhancement surgery has been around for decades, many patients and doctors are still confused about the best placement options for implants, which type of implant to use, and where to actually place the incision is discussed in a multitude of chat rooms around the web. In this episode, Aesthetic Insider talks with Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Marcel Daniels, MD of ImageMD in Long Beach, CA. Trained by Dr. Bruce Connell, one of the most revered plastic surgeons in the world, Dr. Daniels prides himself on his dedication to providing the best surgical options and techniques to patients, and his delicate and precise approach to surgery. Dr. Daniels has one of the largest breast surgery practices in the Southern California area. As Dr. Daniels explains, "It's not the implant that makes this procedure so great, it's the experience of the surgeon. Understanding anatomy, healing trends, lifestyle of the patient and risks involved are all part of what can make this procedure ideal for most women that choose it." Dr. Daniels also notes that in addition to discussing with the patient the important scientific and surgical options available, he feels that part of a successful procedure and a satisfied patient is having the right kind of discussion prior to surgery about their individual aesthetic expectations! As we like to say here at Aesthetic Insider, an informed patient is a happy patient. For more information visit www.imagemd.com.
In 2007, I decided to undergo weight loss surgery. It was one of the best decision I've every made for myself. Join me on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show and learn what motivated my decision. It has forever changed my life.
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If you've had a less than optimal breast augmentation surgery or lift and have been wanting a re-do but are afraid to have the surgery, this eposide is for you.
San Francisco Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Scott Mosser joins us to discuss some of the casues of breast revision surgery and how revision surgery techniques have changed in recent years..
Scott W. Mosser, MD began his calling in Medicine as a Fulbright Scholar to Ecuador, where he spent a year investigating the Ecuadorian healthcare system. He is a graduate of Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, TX) and Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH), where he completed his internship and 6 years of comprehensive general and plastic surgery training. His private practice is in the city of San Francisco, where he continues his work as a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon.
In addition to his thriving San Francisco aesthetic surgery practice, Dr. Mosser has two passions within the field of Plastic Surgery. The first is Destination Hope, the medical mission group he founded in 2009. Destination Hope organizes inspiring medical missions each year to repair birth defects in developing countries. Dr. Mosser’s other passion & focus is his involvement within the transgender community. He is inspired to reduce the burden of gender dysphoria by working to provide a liberating surgical result. He is dedicated to serving this community and his office strives to provide the highest compassion & service level possible.
Now, more than ever before, parents are finding out in utero if their baby will be born with some kind of congenital birth defect. One potentially fatal congenital heart defect is hypoplastic left heart syndrome (or HLHS). According to Texas Children's Hospital, this occurs in about 1 in 6,000 live births when the fetus's left side of the heart does not develop normally. Boston Children's Hospital led the way for babies diagnosed in utero with HLHS by creating an in utero procedure to reduce the severity of HLHS or, in some cases, to prevent the critical congenital heart defect from actually occurring -- allowing the baby's heart to eventually work with four pumping chambers (instead of the 2 chambers so many HLHS babies have). Today's show will feature a couple who traveled to Boston when they discovered their unborn child would have HLHS. How dangerous was the surgery? How many surgeries did their son need? What is their son's prognosis? Listen to this show for answers to these questions and more!
It's that time of year again. Spring has finally sprung and everyone is juming into an exercise or workout program in order to get BEACH BODY ready. That's all fine and good but we should actually concerned aout the inside of our bodies as well as the outside, all year round.
Millions of people around the globe have been taking risk of reducing calories by undergoing surgery, while others prefer to burn fat the natural way. There are so many natural weight loss benefits to consider before agreeing undergoing a painful and costly surgery that has no guarantee. Too many people are seeing these weight loss surgeries as the easy way out instead of as a last option. Many Surgeons have become popular for satisfying their clients while many manufacturing companies have introduced new products for weight loss.
According to Timothy B. Curry, MD of the Mayo Clinic, almost 2/3 of Americans are overweight or obese, and that number continues to rise. Many people want to lose weight, but for those who have become very large, surgery may be the only way to successfully do this. Others may take the weight off by making diet and exercise changes.
Natural weight loss benefits are so much more motivating than those of surgery. With natural weight loss you are not shocking your body into starvation with an intensely reduced stomach. Instead you are retraining your body to appreciate the right foods that provide the nutrients you need to be healthy. Other natural weight loss benefits include the introduction of better habits into your life style. By taking the time to learn to eat well, to learn to appreciate and enjoy regular exercise, and to learning how to overcome those strong cravings, or binge days, you are setting yourself up for long term success.
So join us tomorrow March 12, at 8:30 on www.blogtalkradio/dpradioxl to discuss which strategies are the best for us to begin getting into HEALTHY shape.
Grandma Puddin answers questions on life,family and relationships, Listen to the best Old School Music from Way Back. And listen to her comedy snuff prank calls that is hilarious.
Join the Fever Keeps It Real Crew as we recap the week in professional wrestling, including the results of WWE Extreme Rules, IMPACT Wrestling's awesome show on Friday, and other independent shows as part of our Independent Recap sponsored by Sheepshead Bay Market Place. In addition, we will get an update on Paul Wein's surgery that took place on Friday, April 24th and find out his latest condition. Also, we will find out how the autograph signing went on Saturday, April 25th at Sheepshead Bay Market Place with the RWA Superstars in preparation for the upcoming May 30th Team Paul Fundraising Show. We will also have some surprise guests - because on Fever Keeps It Real - you never know. The show is from 6-9pm EST and the call in number is 818-369-1406. Call in and join the fun!
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In 2012 a study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that reports the percentage of patients abusing alcohol increased from 7.6% to 9.6% two years after gastric bypass surgery - potentially creating 2,000 alcoholics every year in the US.
There is more than one theory on why this occurs. Some say it is addiction transfer: a patient switches an addiction to food to an addiction to alcohol. More recent evidence suggests an anatomical explanation - metabolic and hormonal changes triggered by gastric bypass surgery that leave patients especially vulnerable to alcoholism. Maybe it is both - or neither? The truth is nobody is 100% sure of why alcoholism rates increase post surgery.
If you are struggling with alcoholism post-surgery, however, the reason why may not be as relevant as what to do about it. There are unique challenges that face people whose alcoholism may be attributed to gastric bypass surgery, and on this episode of the Bubble Hour we will discuss this startling trend. We will share more information about why experts feel this increased vulnerability to alcoholism occurs, and speak with special guest Jessica about her own experience with gastric bypass surgery, alcoholism and recovery.
We are also excited to welcome Diane Grimaldi, DNP, PMHCS, BC as a guest on the show and an expert on this issue.
Diane started her psychotherapy practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1984 after receiving her Masters Degree in Adult Mental Health Nursing from Boston College and becoming a board certified Clinical Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing.
In 2014 she received a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. For more information about Diane and her practice please visit www.grimaldicounseling.com.
Tonight Tony, Tom and Rich will discuss the week's combat sports news and events. We'll also look back on last week's UFC, Bellator and boxing cards. We also cover the latest on the Manny Pacquiao/Floyd Mayweather fight as Pacquiao is hinting at retirement after shoulder surgery and Mayweather is now insisting his final fight will be in September.
Dr. Jamie Weaver
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Dr. Jamie Weaver is the latest addition to the Joint Replacement Institute. Dr. Weaver will further the Joint Replacement Institute's goal to provide comprehensive orthopaedic care as a podiatric specialist in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Being a firm believer in patient education, Dr. Weaver prides herself in taking the time to educate her patients on diagnosis, treatment plans and options, as well as patient expectations. Dr. Weaver's motto is; Well informed patients equal positive and predictable outcomes.
Dr. Jamie Weaver completed her residency training program at San Francisco Bay Area Foot and Ankle Program affiliated with Kaiser Permanente and University California San Francisco. Starting her private practice career in Southwest Florida, Dr. Weaver has distinguished herself as a physician offering complete patient care with state of the art treatment modalities and surgical techniques. Dr. Weaver prides herself in keeping her patients pain free and active.
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