Dr. Rod Rohrich: Discussing The Innovations Plastic Surgery Is Taking

Dr. Rod Rohrich has been recognized as one of the best plastic surgeon in the US. Dr. Rohrich is based in Dallas, Texas and is also a professor of plastic surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

At the start of 2018, Dr. Rohrich can be found at three different conferences where he will be contributing to these events.

One of the events Dr. Rod Rohrich will be contributing to is The 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium. This event will take place from February 8-10, 2018 in Miami, Florida. This event focuses on advanced as in plastic surgery, as well as the interest people have in plastic surgery. At this event, there are live surgeries. Live surgeries are a great way for new surgeons in this field to learn by watching live at this event.

The live surgeries were started at this event as far back as in 1967. This was a way for the plastic surgeons that were considered experts in the field to teach others innovative advances in the field of plastic surgery.

The Baker Gordon Educational Symposium also will feature live educational lectures. Dr. Rod Rohrich will be a moderator for a couple of live surgeries scheduled as well as giving a lecture and performinattendingrhinoplasty surgery for other plastic surgeons to learn from his work.

Dr. Rod Rohrich will then be attending the 21st Annual Global Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the 35th Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting. Dr. Rod Rohrich is in charge of organizing and chairing both these events. The first meeting will be on February 28- March 1st and the second meeting will be held on March 2-3.

The Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting will bring together some of the best plastic surgeons where the newest innovations in plastic surgery will be discussed and showcased. There will also be a hands on lab where new techniques will be demonstrated by experts in the field of plastic surgery.

The rhinoplasty meeting will be similar with live labs and lots of innovative information discussed.

Dr. Rodney J. Rohrich, M.D., is internationally recognized as an expert in plastic surgery. He is a leader and educator in the field. Dr. Rohrich is board certified, and practices at the Dallas Plastic. surgery Institute as well as University Hospitals including UT Southwestern Medical Center where he serves as Chairman and Professor of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Rohrich received his degrees from North Dakota State University, University of North Dakota, and Baylor College of Medicine.

Dr. Rod Rohrich’s Social Media: twitter.com/drrodrohrich?lang=en

Dr. Greg Finch Provides Quality Patient Care Through Non-Invasive Procedures

Orthopedic surgery involves anything associated with the bones including the connective tissues that bind them to each other. This type of surgery is performed when either damage is incurred or complications arise. Joint replacement is a common type of surgery used to increase an individual’s range of motion by removing the affected bone and replacing it with a synthetic replica. Depending on the joint and severity of the damage, the replacement could be made of either plastic or titanium. Spinal surgery is also a common procedure that involves the various discs of the vertebra. Spinal fusion is generally performed when the discs begin to deteriorate, in order to provide more stability and protection for the spinal cord.

Dr. Greg Finch is one of the leading orthopedic surgeons who specializes in spinal surgery. He prefers to utilize minimally invasive methods in the correction of cervical surgery in adults. His skills within this field allow him to make corrections or repairs to the spinal discs that have become damaged due to disorders such as degeneration or scoliosis. Dr. Greg Finch can also perform reconstructive surgeries on the spine as well as tend to damage incurred through disc herniation or spinal tumors. He also specializes in treating patients experiencing pediatric trauma.

As a believer in using non-invasive procedures whenever possible, Dr. Greg Finch currently works with the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery to help educate others in his field about the many benefits involved in this practice. Dr. Greg Finch obtained his degrees in medicine from the University of Auckland and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons from which he obtained a fellowship. In addition to the work he does at the Sunshine Coast Hospital in Queensland, he also devotes his time to supporting others in his field through organizations such as the North American Spine Society.