Dr. Myles is currently practices at East Bay Pediatric & Medical Group and is affiliated with Alta Bates Summit Medical Center Alta Bates Campus and Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland. He is an Associate Professor and Chief of the Spine Section in the Department of Neurosurgery.
Dr. Khalid obtained his bachelor’s degree in the Biological Sciences from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana in 1993. He continued his education in the same University and received his Doctor of Medicine degree with Honors in 1999.
Currently, he is working at Yale as a Director of the Spine Surgery Department. Dr. Naresh is a famous Indian cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeon.
Dr. Naresh was also the founder, executive director and chief cardiovascular surgeon of Escorts Heart Institute and Research Center (EH IRC), New Delhi, India. At present, he is serving as a Chairman and Managing Director and Chief Cardiac Surgeon of MedantaTM-The Medicine, one of the largest multi-specialty hospital at Gurgaon, Haryana.
Dr. Reese got her accreditation from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. Currently, she is working as a Professor of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
She is also affiliated with Mount Sinai Services Elmhurst Hospital Center and New York Medical College at present. In 2001, Dr. Anderson became the director of the program for Pediatric Pain Medicine in the Department of Anesthesiology at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Aaron got his accreditation from the Duke University School of Medicine in 1992. He had invented, designed and patented some few surgical instruments, the most important ones being Atrial Retractor for Mitral Valve Replacement and Internal Mammary Artery Retractor for taking down bilateral Internal Mammary Arteries.
Before entering into the practice world, Dr. Sudan served as a full time Professor for Cardiothoracic surgery at Seth G.S. Dr. Obama is a specialized doctor in ENT Otolaryngologies, Adenoidectomy, esophagoscopy, Nasal airway surgery and tracheostomy.
She is a world-famous ENT Doctor and treats problems of ear, head, nose, throat and neck. Since the dawn of time, the profession of a doctor is one of the most appreciated job in the world.
Plastic surgeries, be it reconstructive or cosmetic, can definitely help a person as it could assist the body function better, enhance one’s looks and boost morale as well. Born in 1926, he studied at the Bethesda North Hospital in Connecticut before moving to Europe to learn plastic surgery.
He later established the Clinical IPO Tanguy, a private clinic in Botafogo in Rio de Janeiro where he trains other surgeons and operates on clients. Tanguy is considered a pioneer in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery and his clinic specializes in the well-being of both mind and body.
Dr. Raj Anoxia is an in-demand plastic surgeon who is known for combining advanced medical skills and training with the holistic principles of Ayurveda, which he learned while growing up in India. He earned his degree from the National University of Singapore and worked in pediatrics at the To Pay oh Hospital in the 80s.
He invented the Waffles Lift, a facial rejuvenation procedure performed under local anesthesia with no skin being removed. Dr. DES Fernandes graduated from the Witwatersrand University in South Africa before becoming a fellow at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
He trained in cardio-thoracic surgery and was part of Christian Barnard’s team that performed the first double heart transplant in the world. Fernandes pioneered a facelift technique called Suture Suspension that minimized scarring and restored dropped tissues to its original place.
Nylon threads are then placed through tiny incisions, which then lift and tighten the facial area from the eyebrows to the jaw. Herrera aims to minimize the abnormality of body structures in order to improve function and uplift morale.
It involves the repositioning of both skin and soft tissue of the face that helps produce a young looking but non-operated appearance. He also studied aesthetic and craniofacial surgery in Mexico under Fernando Ortiz-Monastario, before completing his fellowship in microsurgery at the R.K. Davies Hospital in San Francisco.
Coleman is credited for the invention of a fat-grafting technique called microstructure that is designed to restore the luster of young skin. While it enhances a person’s natural assets, it can also correct several deformities, like scarring due to acne or problems brought about by other medical procedures.
Dr. Olivier Henry de Frahan is a French plastic surgeon who practices in both France and England. He advocates a restoration of volume when performing his cosmetic surgeries, as he views a full face to be a better representative of youth.
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Read over 15386 reviews on spine surgery doctors. These famous doctors in the field of medicine were healers, teachers, researchers and inventors.
The science of medicine has been advanced by them, working alone and on teams, pioneers in the field, remembered for their research, perseverance and compassion. As a physician practicing and teaching in Classical Greece, he made medicine a discipline separate from theology and philosophy.
Hippocrates founded a school for medicine on the island of Cos, Greece, where he taught that thoughts, ideas and feelings come from the brain, rather than the heart. Hippocrates introduced the Hippocratic Oath, a promise physicians make to practice medicine ethically, that is still used today in revised form.
Edward Anthony Jenner, 1749 – 1823, was a famous English doctor and scientist who worked in immunology and developed the smallpox vaccine. His discovery has eradicated the dreaded disease of smallpox and saved more lives than the work of any other doctor.
Smallpox was an infectious disease since prehistoric time, killing, blinding and disfiguring its victims. The concept of variation, using the smallpox virus itself for a risky inoculation, was introduced in England from Turkey by Lady Mary Worthy Montage.
Rene Leanne, 1781 – 1826 was a famous French doctor and physician who invented the stethoscope, used for auscultation, that is, listening to the sounds in the lungs and heart. The idea for the stethoscope came while he watched children playing with hollow sticks, which translated and amplified sounds.
The success of the book is partly due to the skilled illustrations made by his friend Henry Vandyke Carter. Doctor Semimetals worked at one of two Obstetrical Clinics of the Vienna General Hospital.
Semimetals's careful study found that the only difference between the clinics was that midwives regularly washed their hands. He required doctors to wash their hands in a disinfectant solution of chlorinated lime and thus greatly improved the survival rate of women in childbirth.
Suffering from a nervous breakdown, possibly Alzheimer's or syphilis, Semimetals was confined to an asylum, beaten by guards and died from his wounds two weeks after admission. In his breakthrough work Pasteur demonstrated that fermentation is caused by the growth of microorganisms.
He discovered the pasteurization process to kill the bacteria and molds that spoil milk and wine. Joseph Lister, 1827 – 1912 was a famous English doctor, surgeon and the father of antiseptic, that is, sterile surgery.
His work reduced gangrene and other infections and made surgery safer for patients. French chemist Louis Pasteur had proved that rotting and fermentation were caused by microorganisms.
While professor of surgery at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, Doctor Lister showed that gangrene, the rotting of human flesh, could be prevented by cleaning wounds with carbolic acid. He also had surgeons wash their hands before and after a surgery using a solution of carbolic acid, and wear clean gloves.
Lister made surgery safer and improved the infant survival rate. His work finally convinced the worldwide medical community of the germ theory of infection, discovered by Signal Semimetals.
Doctor Lister showed that aseptic surgery made many types of operations successful. He operated on a brain tumor, repaired kneecaps with metal wire and improved mastectomies.
After the death of his wife Agnes, who was his lifetime partner in his laboratory, Lister retired from medicine. Blackwell was born in England, one of nine children in a Quaker family where the daughters received a good education at home.
After the family emigrated to the United States, she taught school in Kentucky to pay for medical training. She studied medicine privately under several physicians, and was admitted, by mistake, to Geneva College in New York.
In spite of much prejudice, in 1849 she became the first woman to earn a medical degree in the United States, and graduated first in her class. In 1857, Doctor Blackwell along with her sister Emily and Dr. Marie Zakrzewska, founded the New York Infirmary for Indigent Women and Children.
During the American Civil War, Blackwell trained many women to be nurses for the Union Army. Doctor Blackwell remained an active teacher, lecturer and author until she died in 1910 at her home in England after a stroke.
After graduation, he served with the Canadian Army Medical Corps in France in WWI. Back in Toronto, Doctor Banting set up a general practice, and also taught medicine.
It was generally known that diabetes was the buildup of sugar in the blood caused by the lack of insulin, a protein secreted by the pancreas. In 1923, he received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for this work, which he shared with Dr. MacLeod.
In Toronto, he founded the Banting and Best Institute, where he studied silicosis, cancer, drowning and blackout of high-altitude airplane pilots. Twice-married, father of one child and an enthusiastic painter, Doctor Banting died in a plane crash.
Charles R. Drew, 1904 – 1950, was a prominent African American doctor during the period of segregation in the United States. The death of his sister Elsie during a flu pandemic influenced his decision to study medicine.
He studied blood preservation techniques, and received his Doctor of Science in Surgery from Columbia University, New York. Drew opposed the practice of segregating blood by the race of the donor, on the basis of scientific search.
However, in 1943, he was appointed to serve as an examiner on the American Board of Surgery, the first black surgeon to do so. By chance, Fleming discovered the anti-bacterial lysosome, a natural substance found in tears and the nose that helps the body fight germs.
While Fleming was on vacation, a mold had grown and destroyed the bacteria on a Petri dish in his lab. Fleming's discoveries are substances that can kill bacteria but not adversely affect the human body.
Doctor Agar graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. At a time when she and women in general were discouraged from a career as a physician, she was the first woman in the positions she held.
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