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Inflation Eased in August, Though Still High
"Americans are still paying more for all kinds of goods and services but inflation is not rising quite sharply as it did earlier in the year. World's kristen flat explains the labor department reported. Tuesday that inflation cooled off a bit. In the month of august though consumer prices remain high. The consumer price index rose by point three percent vehicle hotel and airfare costs came down slightly in august but new car prices continued to climb gas prices. Also rose two eight percent from july's rates now that special unemployment benefit programs and stimulus checks have ended. More americans will have to go back to work to balance out supply bottlenecks and keep poverty rates from rising job. Openings have continued to set record highs in recent months even as a surgeon cova nineteen infections has slowed the rebounding economy reporting for world. I'm kristen flahavan
The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg
"The toys from our childhood. Stay with us long after we stop playing with them as adults we may lose track of a beloved stuffed animal or a fun action figure but we keep the memories. We remember how safe they made us feel and darkened bedroom or how much fun we had zooming them around the house as if they were flying and yet no matter what we all grow up and leave childish things behind but thanks to one man's impulsive decision. we learned. We don't have to let the past slip away. Not only can we hold onto it but we can share it with the people we love and keep that joy alive for generations to come harry. Colbourn was born in birmingham england in eighteen eighty seven. When he was eighteen years old he moved to ontario canada where he studied to become a veterinarian surgeon upon receiving his degree he settled in winnipeg in manitoba but duty would eventually call. Harry joined the military when world war one became too great to ignore and he hopped a train to quebec for basic training. It was on his way to the camp when he encountered an odd sight. A hunter had killed a black bear and taken. It's cub to sell at a local trading post. Harry gave them twenty dollars and in exchange he took possession of the bear cub which he named winnipeg after the town where he'd been living. His plan was to raise winnipeg for a little while before releasing her back into the forest. Unfortunately harry's plans change very quickly. Winnipeg became a hit among other troops. They played with her and let her stay in the bunks where. She slept under harry's kat that she grew however winnipeg got too big to live indoors and was relegated to outside like a kind of watch bear for the soldiers. The more time they spend together the harder it became for harry to let go. He in winnipeg had grown close. So close that. When he was ordered to go back to england to fight on the western front he refused to release the bear back into the wild he instead snuck her into the ship with the other troops together. They traveled to the second canadian. Infantry brigade camp near stonehenge in england. Harry let her roam free for a while they were there. She enjoyed playing on the large stones but he soon understood that he would have to give her up. There was just no way for winnipeg to go all the way with him to the front
Biden Steps Into Legal Fight With Vaccine Mandates
"The president returns the white house this week to address what may be the greatest threat to our country since nine eleven for eighteen months the covert pandemic has consumed our country and now even though seventy five percent of american adults are vaccinated. it's become a pandemic of the unvaccinated with more than one hundred thousand cases a day for four weeks last week. Roughly quarter million new cases reported among children. The highest total yet but biden's plan to mandate vaccinations at workplaces across. America is facing swift and severe resistance drawing attacks and threats of legal action from at least nineteen republican governors. We're going to begin there this morning with surgeon. General vivek murthy dr murthy. Thank you for joining us this morning. You know the president resisted issuing mandates for months thank you the president resisted issuing mandates for months and the administration repeatedly explained that he lacked the legal authority for sweeping mandates. So what changed george. Let's talk about where we are. And what the president announced Fortunately we have made a tremendous amount of progress over the last eight months. I want to remind people of this because they can get lost in the in the news about the delta varying delone but because we have two hundred million people george with at least one shot of the vaccine. We are in a much better place than we otherwise would have been with that. Said delta is a tough foe. It's throw curveballs at us. And we have to be prepared to respond and that is why. The president announced a ambitious and thoughtful plan. that he nfl earlier this lab past week which is intended to help us get through the next phase of this variant now to be clear requirements that he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act so seventeen million healthcare workers. Who do we were operating. Institutions which work with medicare medicaid will now be required To get vaccines we also know that the workplace requirements. He put in place for workplaces. That have one hundred plus You know workers that those will affect about eighty million americans. Here's finally what we know. George we know that these kind of requirements actually work to improve our vaccination
U.S. Surgeon General Explains Biden's Latest COVID Response
"The debate over the Biden administration's covert nineteen vaccine mandate continues US Surgeon General Dr Vic mercy on NBC's meet the press explained that the president needed to move to the next phase of the culprit nineteen response due to the spreading delta variant that involves focusing not just on expanding the vaccination efforts through a combination that mandates and access but it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity shoring up our healthcare systems which are really struggling any added many businesses welcome the mandate the business roundtable I have said that this is the right move the American medical association certainly and outside I said this is the right move many Republican governors are spoken about lawsuits after the sweeping new vaccine requirements were announced actually after
Fighting Continues in Panjshir Valley as Anti-Taliban Resistance Vows to Hold Out
"The taliban have declared victory. In the eastern provinces of punchier the part of afghanistan to fall under their control the group posted of their pfizer raising their flag in the territory however the region's resistance groups maintain. They haven't been defeated. Let's get the latest now with surgeon. Gazelle a visiting teacher at the london school of economics. Welcome to the program. So is john. Do you think the war is really over now homeless. Do we actually know about what's been happening in punchier. Well the war has perhaps An ended in the sense that the taliban have declared victory across afghanistan but there will be another conflict internally where you will see pockets of resistance across the ghanistan against taliban role and that is something that will likely last for years come because there is resistance towards the taliban at the moment it is not significant enough to concern them but it is something that is noticeable and it is getting a support across many of the urban centers of the country. And what about in in pens year. The region's resistance groups. They claim that they are still fighting. Well the resistance in punchier. Is that now off. A insurgency ironically similar to how the taliban used to be previously the punchier valley is a geographically very difficult place to control. It's god valleys and ridges and no one had previously been able to take control of it. Not even the soviets during the occupation of aghanistan in the nineteen eighties. So the fact that the taliban claiming victory and they've been able to hoist their flag in the capital of punchier is significant but they don't entirely controlled into the whole region off the punt share valley. There are still some pockets of resistance.
Jaron Lanier on the Future of Humans and AI
"You're considered the founding father of virtual reality. Do you think we will one day. Spend most or all of our lives in virtual reality worlds. I have always found the very most valuable moment in virtual reality to be the moment. When you take off the headset and your senses are refreshed and you perceive physicality afresh. You know as if you were newborn baby. But with a little more experienced he can really notice just how incredibly strange in delicate and julia impossible. The real world is Sue the magic is and perhaps forever will be in the physical world. Well that's my take on it. That's just me. I mean. I think i don't get to tell everybody else how to think or how to experience retreat. At this point there have been multiple generations of younger people who've come along and liberated me from having to worry about these things But i should say also even in a what. I called it mixed reality back in the day in these days. It's called augmented reality But with something like a hall and even then like one of my favorite things to augment a forest. Not because i think the forest needs augmentation but when you look at the augmentation next to a real tree the real tree just pops out as being astounding you know it's it's interactive. It's changing slightly all the time if you pay attention and it's hard to pay attention to that but when you compare to reality all of a sudden you do and even in practical applications My my favorite early application of retrea audi which we prototype going back to the eighties. When i was working with dr joe rosa and at stanford med near near where we are now. We made the first surgical simulator and to go from the fake anatomy of the simulation which is incredibly valuable for many things for designing procedures for training things then to go to the real person. Boy it's really something like Surgeons really get woken up by the transition. It's very cool. So i think the transition is actually more valuable than the simulation
Sky-High Auto Prices Predicted Until 2023 Due to Parts Shortage
"Auto prices are forecast to remain high because of a parts shortage according to analysts and other goods could follow a shortage of computer chips at its at auto prices soaring appeared to be easing but that hope has now dimmed a surgeon covert cases from the delta variant in several Asian countries that are the main producers of auto great chips is worsening the supply shortage analysts say record high prices for vehicles new and used as well as rental cars will extend into next year and possibly twenty twenty three beyond autos vital components for goods ranging from farm equipment and industrial machinery to sportswear and kitchen accessories are also bottled up at ports around the world as demand outpaces supply in the face of a resurgent virus I'm Julie Walker
What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?
"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're
S&P 500 Ends August Higher, Its 7th Straight Monthly Gain
"Stocks ended the month of August on the plus side even though the major indexes closed lower in Tuesday trading trading has been choppy with uncertainty over how much of an impact the leader surgeon cove it cases will have on the still recovering economy rob Hey worked at U. S. bank wealth management says investors are gauging which areas of the market will benefit in the coming months with supply constraints and the virus still for the month of August the S. and P. five hundred gained two point nine percent the nasdaq was four percent higher and the Dow gained a modest one point three percent a number of factors have boosted sentiment corporate earnings are higher than expected the fed is indicated it believes inflation is temporary and oil companies have been able to begin restarting refineries despite regional damage from hurricane ida hi Jackie Quinn
Southwest Trims Schedule in Effort to Solve Flight Problems
"A leading U. S. airline is cutting its flight schedule after problems with cancellations and delays Southwest Airlines says it's going to drop nearly thirty daily flights from its September schedule and more than one hundred sixty a day from October through the first week of November the airline has had problems over the summer it's blamed on storms but it appears to be related to short staffing and the pilots union said that would continue unless schedules were cut back this C. E. O. of southwest is apologizing to customers the airline says it's aggressively hiring but ticket sales are slowing and the nation wide surgeon cove it cases has led to more customer cancellations I'm Jackie Quinn
AWS for Health Offers Transcription Assistance and Ambient Listening To Solve the Problem of Note-Taking in Healthcare
"As well. Medical doctors spend too much time writing notes, kws for health provide better solutions to address this problem and in your estimation, what's the best current product that allows physicians to better capture no sir voice accurately? Yeah, I don't know if I can pick a winner on the last part, but yes, this is something that we're doing a lot of work with that we call a group of things like transcription assistance or ambient listening solutions, right? You know, where they're able to do that. And one of the things I would note is that, you know, with some of our partners working with Cerner, for example, was one of our strategic partners. And we've developed a transcription assistant with Cerner that is something that can be utilized. It was actually demonstrated at one of our conferences when we used to have in person conferences. And. These kinds of tools can plug right into electronic health record systems and provide that kind of direct transcription notes and other. Annotations and things that physicians or anyone else provides. And then with some of our partners, we've been working in very specific workload scenarios like in the work that we've done for customers like Houston methodist where we utilize these tools as part of the surgical setup and. Note taking in theater experience. So surgeons are able to not just describe what they're doing and have that entered into the record, but also utilizes voice control for some of the essential things that they need to do without having to take their hands away from the patient.
Doctors Warn Against Milk Crate Challenge
"They're very creative, some of the things that they're doing this, but some of them are dangerous. Yeah, There's one of those going on right now. There is Called the Milk Crate Challenge. If you take a listen Yeah, Tiktok videos show people stacking milk creates in the shape of a pyramid, attempting to walk up one side and down the other, often falling one post. My health insurance does not cover the crate challenge. Dubbed the Milk Crate Challenge. Doctors say it could lead to broken bones or even life threatening injuries. George can't sue Days. An orthopedic surgeon in Virginia, replying to one clip, saying the orthopedic surgeries required to fix problems caused by this may fall under the umbrella. Of elective surgeries. Christine Goodwin, Fox News Snap
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the
FDA May Announce Full Approval of Pfizer Vaccine Soon
"It's looking like the food and drug administration could grant full approval to a covert nineteen vaccine as early as this week the US Surgeon General says he doesn't want to get ahead of the FDA's announcement but he's anticipating the full approval of Pfizer's covert nineteen vaccine Dr Vic Murphy tells fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace that'll be important for a couple reasons number one there are some people who may have been waiting for this and who may come off the fence so to speak to get vaccinated so it may help increase vaccination rates to some extent but I also think that there are universities and businesses that have been considering putting in vaccine requirements in order to create a safer workplace are learning environment I think that this now surfing the FDA would likely encourage them currently the Fizer Madura and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are being distributed under the FDA's emergency use authorization Ben Thomas Washington
Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State
"Hurricane on re is bearing down on the tri state with current models showing the category one storm, likely making landfall by early tomorrow afternoon. Somewhere along Central or Eastern, Long Island. Laundry is expected to come ashore with the sustained winds of at least 80 MPH with wind gusts topping 100 MPH. Widespread flooding is expected and Governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley Coastal Connecticut, also under a hurricane warning, including New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. Earlier today, Cuomo telling New Yorkers in flood prone areas to evacuate If you know you are in an area that tends to flood if you know you are in a tidal area that tends to flood, if you know You are in an area that is subject to title surgeons. Get out of that area now, please. Widespread power outages are also expected in the city and parts of New Jersey. We're under a tropical storm warning and could see upwards of four inches of rain and winds hitting 50 MPH. Mayor de Blasio, announcing that outdoor dining in the city will be suspended tomorrow. The New York City concert in Central Park is going on as scheduled at this hour with Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. Among the headliners. A crowd of 60,000 was expected on the Great Lawn, with the mayor urging all concertgoers to head home immediately as soon as the concert
Lord Conrad Black's Guidance for Donald Trump
"As somebody who's written pasta histories of prior presidents as somebody who's written a present history of the forty fifth president when he was still in the white house. What would be the sagacious. What would be the wise way for president trump to react to recent events. He's not allowed on social media. Does his choon change with regard to international affairs. What what would you counsel. Should he call you up. Oddly enough and i guess. There's lots of precedent for Historical initiatives producing exactly the opposite consequences. To what is aimed for but this imposed silence on on trumpet as as even he. I think has acknowledged as actually been somewhat to his benefit. i don't know how clearly aware he is of. Just how tiring fatiguing a great. Many people felt his years as president were even those who supported him and agreed with them in policy terms. Wanted to rest from him. Being sort of in your face every day and tweeting out all night and And as he has observed voluntarily or otherwise comparative silence The democrats have been allowed to steal in their own juice and the focus as it should be is on the new administration. And how are they doing and they're not doing very well. And so this takes people's attention away from what has been as you know surpassed we've often spoken of it for the last five years. The only argument the democrats have had which is trump hate. I even a couple of weeks. Watching i rarely do this. Watching don lemon only could do was to bring back tapes for no plausible pretexts current affairs at all of past things that president trump said and misrepresented them such as That he had ever said that people should ingest lay sold fight. Kovin mean say that he said with the principle of cleaning up cleanser On the on the affected plays with the application of heat. It was there. He asked to the surgeon general on camera and he possible application of that in this case he didn't mean as nancy said a bottle of lysol some similar product and and start drinking. And that's what that that's kind of publicity. It was getting and When they can't go to that there's just absolutely no excuse for dragging it nonsense like that militias nonsense fiction people focus on. Who is there now and how were they doing. And it doesn't take much concentration on those questions before you start saying well. You know trump actually did a number of things right.
U.S. Defends Booster Plan Amid WHO Criticism
"The U. S. is defending its plan to offer cove it nineteen booster shots amid sharp criticism from the World Health Organization W. H. O. emergencies chief Michael Ryan says poor nations don't even have enough vaccine to give their people a first shot we're counting down notes that extra life jackets to people who already have life jackets well we're leaving other people driving without a single life jacket here in Washington I do not accept the idea that you can choose between America and the world Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says there's a responsibility to both White House officials say the U. S. has donated one hundred fifteen million vaccine doses to eighty nations more than all other countries combined Sager mag ani Washington
US Health Officials Call for Booster Shots Against COVID-19
"Health officials are announcing plans to offer coated nineteen vaccine booster shots to all Americans Surgeon General Vivek Moorthy says there is emerging evidence that the vaccine's effectiveness against a mild and moderate disease is falling which could lead to reduced protection against severe disease hospitalization and death so CDC cheaper shell Wilensky and others are outlining a plan to offer boosters eight months after people get their second shots of either the flies or or Medora vaccines starting next month plans are still in the works for those who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine our plan is to protect the American people and to stay ahead of this virus the plan subject to an FDA evaluation of whether a third dose is both safe and effective Sager mag ani Washington
"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon
"They came from eastern washington. Really nice normal people. As far as i know and We're in the room. The husband's always very flirty with the staff bike. And she doesn't say anything like it's normal. He's always commenting on the spike. The assistant or you look good. Or i remember one time. He said were going to look like her. Oh i just wanted to fall on the ground and a beer. you know. you're feeling under the desk. Yes and his wife was like whatever she knew in the cares like just did that thing. Like okay fine. So she gets a big mommy makeover everything ring breast augmentation tummy tuck and bbc all through together and she signs for surgery and everything else. Great happens surgical great. She looks she feels amazing. She's really happy with the result. And then she comes to i post op and i A and she's there with her sister. So i'm like okay cool. I'm going to ask her house your husband. She's like oh. I left him. What do you mean. I left him. She was like accent. She was that cheating. Bleep bleep bleep. I pay for all my staff. And i let him go right away. After of he didn't get to see her then he said she said yeah he was big cheater but she knew that for four years she do you wanna say anything right away but she confronted him about it before the whole surgery and his way of making up for the cheating was to pay for the surgery and he thought everything was going to be all good after the surgery but she got the surgeon. She left him repeat style. is fighting for the kids and all that kind of stuff i was. That was something. She surgery ellie. She's got it done. yeah she's really happy with it. Really nice person but you know that's the opposite. Yeah it is. it's funny. Thank you for listening to clinic. Talk on the plastic surgeon. Podcast please rate and review us on apple podcasts and support the channel tune in next time from clinic. Talk we have more great stories coming your way for my life surgeries on snapchat adventures throughout the week. Catch us on all social media at real dr seattle next time by bam.
"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon
"What's your opinion on. What's like what do you think is gonna look good on me because like i said i thought i didn't really know what would look good because i was thinking climbing eight so i need the big size right but you're able to tell me you just need this site for forty. The size for forty. C is actually the perfect. I like okay. I don't need to bigger than i. Guess i'd like i'd probably do have something already there and i'm so glad i did. I'm so glad. I what with your advice. And that's one thing people really need to do is ask the plastic surgeon. Hey what do you think will look at. Because they've done it a million times they will know you will you because he did it so many times already. And i'm so happy. I went with that size. Really really happy So i tell people that and that's my biggest advice to definitely. Don't go in there asking for like six hundred seven hundred sees no. They have to keep in mind a lot of swelling stuff. Because you're healing keeping my stinks so Day of surgery I remember telling the nurses. Hey i'm a fear of needles so you can't let me see it because these deals you guys we're gonna have to hold me down. It's going to be awful like you guys all have to hold me down. I'm gonna panic attack. I cannot see the needle i know. I have tattoos but like the needles are like a giant mosquito from through parker. Can't see the okay. I just can't and they were like okay and they did a wonderful job keeping me calm so that we could be you know put under anesthesia. Really just felt a good nap. Good how is life after surgery. Now it's been for me personally. It's been like i would say uninterrupted l. whereas before there's always like when it comes to close i'll pick out bag baggy want so people can't see what.
"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon
"Would've known before doing all this what would that be. I should do it sooner. i'm not being selfish and taking care of myself And that it's okay to not have like perfect celebrity body or like perfect celebrity skin. That's just not my journey. That's not my path But i can have the best version of myself I just need to do a little bit of work to get there. That's amazing another one. I tell you. Perez is none of those people have anything perfect a lot of them. Come to me. And i can tell you that You know to be frank frank with you. Look better than ninety percent of them but be beyond that Everything the pictures of the uc's photoshop airbrushing that. For example kylie jenner number shows her bellybutton. I'm not kidding forever. Shows the always have a blurred. That's so interesting. I'm not gonna say. Because i know the person who did that of it have a nice bellybutton. Thank you so much for being our guest today. Paris banks for having me my pleasure. I have learned a lot. I know you're ordeal. Teach our listeners than what to expect as they start their own cosmetic surgery journey. I appreciate your time in an honor to have you as my good patient confident and i would say friend. Thank you dr savage. Glad i had glad. I got to meet you and go on this journey with you. Thank you are the one thing i will share with. People is if you don't if you're in the process of getting something medical done in you want something. Don't saddle for an answer because it's convenient i. I'm not saying that. I you know i like to think i'm the best out there but i what i what i am saying is if you want something whether it's a treatment for an illness or something aesthetic or Very elective search out there till you make sure you know the answer that you want Is i would say surge out there until you know you answer for the question that you're seeking sometimes answer might not be what you like. But do don't sat on. Were people ended up unhappy when they saddle. Sometimes i'll have patients want me to do procedures for them. That i know that is not my cup of tea right make when i first started. I was doing everything now. I can tell you most of my work is all bodywork. So sometimes patients outcome for. You're asking for extreme facial work and i do. I still do facial. Plastic surgery bet on do as much and often referred them out. I don't mind doing that but sometimes a doctor who's willing to quote make it work isn't the best choice for people right so true. Thanks for listening to the plastic surgeon. Podcast and pleased rate and review us on apple podcasts to hear more great content for my life surgeries on snapchat. I adventures throughout the week catches on all social media at real dr seattle..
"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon
"Everyone knew what motivates people to get plastic surgery. Did they regret it. What can we learn from the weird well-staffed that happens at all surgery clinic. We're going to tell stories. Get some laughs and learn on clinic. Talk with sabrina. Sajjan on the plastic surgeon podcasts. Walmart friends on doctor devout sajjan and of course i'm here with my lovely wife and ceo belur aesthetic. Sabrina sajjan welcome back and thanks for listening. Please rate in review us on apple. Podcasts support the channel on clinic. Talk we tell real stories of fun strange hopeful in educational things that happened at our clinics from day to day. We get a lot of weird in hilarious happenings in the clinic. Guys you can find the clinic at allure ascetic dot com for more information so john. What clinic stories. Are we going to talk about today..
"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon
"Every wonder what motivates people to get plastic surgery. Do they regret it. What can we learn from the weird and wild stuff that happens at our plastic surgery clinic. We're going to tell some stories. Get some laughs and learn on talk with sabrina. Sajjan the plastic surgeon podcast. I mean hello my friends. i'm dr zhivago saadoun. of course i'm here with my lovely wife and c. Oh biller aesthetic. Sabrina sajjan welcome back. Thanks for listening. Please review on apple podcasts. To support our channel unclogging talk. We tell real stories of fun strange hopeful and educational that happened at our clinics from day to day. We get a lot of weird hilarious. Things happening at the clinic. You can find the clinic at a lower aesthetic dot com for more information so john what could stories are we going to talk about. Today john i had an applicant the had to run out of the. Or during her interview and she passed out. Oh my god. Was that the nurse that came to shadow. Yes yes it was the surgical tech. Oh yes you're right. Leo surgical tacky brought in for shadow. What is the shadow. Yeah so We have a few step interview process that we do We usually will do for screen or like a screen on you. Know with some questions first and then we'll bring them for in person interview And then the third step is obviously social distance from masks. Of course yes succeed and all that good stuff and then the third step Reprocesses job shadow day where the applicant would come in for a few hours Shadowed the department at their applying force. If it's the war they'll shadow the or staff it's accounting those you know Shadow the accounting staff So this person was a surgical tech Who was invited for the third separate the interview process which is our job shadow day enduring the shadow do not doing patient care or anything. They're basically a fly on the wall. Just observing what. The team's doing right correct so they just come in and kind of watch Nc what everyone's doing We get the everyone's consent we get the patient and everyone's consent to do that And then when they agree than we can have them shadow. They're able to ask the other staff questions. It can kind of get to know the team gets another the doctors all of the whole process of the war and guys. We do a re like. Sabrina said we do this. Intensive process because we really believe our our biggest asset and investment is our team exactly. And we don't just hire on the fly and really blast that when sabrina activates or hazar assistant activate and ad. We'll get through to four hundred applications within a week. Yeah it is. It's quite some time to others those applications exactly we go through and we read everything the bring people in for interview in. Then you know multi a multi step process and after they get through all of that they're still have to go through contract contracting and credentialing which is another feet correct So this person came here when a shadow comes in specially for the hawar We have them change into our are cleansed are cleaned scrubs that we get washer. Medical grade company They change into our scrubs. They have to put you know our shoes on. They have to put on all the. Or surgical items such as a mask and ninety five per will font on Booties another mask on..
"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon
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"Wanted to go to a surgeon that specializes in top surgery in that puts that advertises that that is something that they do that they're passionate about and then you came to the concert. Did you feel I want you to be honest here did my office Miss Gender you how was that experience? No. Miss gendered me. It was a pretty seamless experience I felt. You know your office very professional in I. Think it was a pretty. Informational session and pretty straightforward yeah. The consultation. I'm someone who mainly focuses on top surgery is my big thing is all I do really a mostly what I do know I do and So we tried to really have patients understand they're passionate. Sir Desire in when you have the consultation did you feel that? I did I felt that. You know your office was very They answered all the questions that I had and Something else that I I knew about you was that your scar treatment regime was very well regarded of among the Trans community as well, and the fact that you have one and that you did the research to figure out what the best way for healing is for your patients Also kind of indicated to me that you know you take your craft seriously. Thank you. Yes. You know for me surgeries not an event. I really believe surgeries a process. When you see an event of just doing something and saying goodbye to people that's when I think you don't have the optimal results we're having optimal surgery. You need a team that is focused on the mission and I believe what you believe although I like to think it's all me. It's not right from my pre op nurse who you met with to get ready for surgery to my surgical assistant. The day off to my recovery nurse anesthesia provider everybody has to understand how we do what we do why we do..
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"And nothing really seemed to click until I spoke with my friend who? I was in a crew shot one day and I was talking about how I really liked wearing band shirts just normal t shirts but I don't like my chest looked underneath them. And my friend WHO's a trans guy message me and he's like, Hey, so I don't want to kind of step on your toes or anything but. I felt that same way to know before my transition and that sounds a lot like just four. And I said there's no way that's just for you. There's no way my experience, the same as yours like you're Trans Trans Male. But that Kinda planted the seed in my head over over the months I realized like wait a second. This is an option for me and this is. Something that I am in before this, did you have relations with the opposite gender? I did. Yeah. I was in a relationship with a a straight man for six years and how was that? It was wonderful. Yeah he he's Great. He's still one of my best friends. And It was a really great. Great Relationship Yeah did you feel any incongruency then or did you feel like something was wrong? We're not really I did and I think that was one of the hardest things of coming out for me to where. You know the entire duration of our relationship and he even noticed this invited up independently to me You know I would always cover my chest like I I never felt comfortable with without. and. More and more the duration of our relationship I I loved him and I I wanted to continue to be with him, but I felt this other calling that was telling me that. In my heart. you know I I'm a man and I needed to To embrace that you know transition and. Ultimately that meant leaving my relationship for six years and we we did so much work. You know we we went to therapy. We did all this work to figure out a way for us to stay together despite my feelings and and it wasn't that I came to him and said, you know, hey, I'm translates figure this out it was I feel this way I feel this unease I don't know what this means for a little while I. Thought I was nine binary. and. You know he walked with me down that path and eventually we decided the best thing to do is to just separate and offense. It's amazing. He was so supportive during your journey the a lot of people wouldn't find that. Yeah he is I was texting him on my way here. He drove me to my top surgery actually picked me up. You know he's Yeah he's Great. That's great. You've read very supportive people in your life after very rough road in the beginning. I have. Yeah. Tell us what's What is this for you? So display is just generally this idea that it's just this deep. Feeling that. The way that your body is. Just. Is incongruent with how you feel and it's it's a very. Specific feeling. You Know My. A lot of people feel like I want to change this thing about my body. You know that your plastic surgeon hub, they feel that that and I can't speak to how it feels versus. but for for me and for Trans, folks who feel Gender Dis. It's this feeling of almost like I. This thing is on me. In nine cents, it was my breasts like these are on me and I need them off. So badly in assisted the this like deep deep, feel feeling of just incongruency and and just needing to change, and it's this. It's almost it's so hard to translate and it's almost unexplainable but some folks, some Trans folks don't feel disoriented at all and some feel immense just for you. It's very kind of personal experience in in college..
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"Those questions and get some answers today with my guest, Tyler Burke on the plastic surgeon podcasts. took. Hello my friends welcome back and thanks to our listeners for the mazing feedback. We about so much fun so far in look forward to more of your insights and suggestions, please rate and review us on Apple podcast to help us get you more amazing content on the plastic surgeon podcast listened to real plastic surgery stories of triumph and pain from real patients and providers to further understand the motivations of why they would risk their life under the knife on Dr outside Jenin today. My guest is Tyler Burke. We're here to talk to you about your journey how we came to know each other the procedure you underwent at how would help and affected you how's it going tyler of pretty good Tyler I. Appreciate you being here today and what we're GonNa do today refers going to talk about you. Then, we'll talk about the procedure we underwent, and then we'll go into how that's impacted your life that's ongoing with you. So Tyler. We knew you came to me because you were considering considering having gender affirming surgeries that correct yes. Now would you mind sharing with us? What was your gender assigned at Birth I was born female and then you transition is that correct? Yes. In what did you transition to a male? When did you start that journey? So I came out to my friends like sixth or seventh grade. So I was like really young and then I came out to my parents. When I was about. What was it like thirteen? Eighth grade beginning of eighth grade. And how old were you when you decided or when you underwent surgery I was sixteen in your sixteen now. Correct. So you are someone who's a minor who underwent gender affirming surgery by me. Yes, and that's something. So thought provoking that people often ask about many doctors you may know don't do surgeries on minors however, there are some that do and I do because I believe gender affirming surgery tyler is medically necessary. It's an operation that changes lives by can help bill lives and how people get to their true identity. So tell me how did you? I understand learn about what it means to be a gender non confirming or transgender. well, I.
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"We made I do have to say despite the complication there there was a positive side of that as well as the wound healed up it also lifted up the pubis areas. So that's a nice refresher. Yes. Yes. When you get that things do end up a little bit tighter oftentimes you're correct. Tell me how do you feel about yourself now? I have so much more confidence than I've ever had before I wear clothing a lot more tight around my midsection than I ever would. And every day I go to bed and every day that I wake up I feel more confident with my body much more confident than I've ever felt my whole life. That's wonderful. How Close I like to wear a lot more tighter clothing around the midsection. Now, than I ever did before do people notice around you Jessica that you had surgery they actually thought I had a breast augmentation are here that because everything else talked a little bit bigger. Yeah. And I'm impressed with aspect as well. Aside. From having more confident, which is, which is really one of our big objectives do his operation. Our share with you some people may have said, you know maybe the surgery shouldn't have been done. We we know we should have waited till a later time Maybe had you lose more weight which we talk about do you feel Honestly. that. The. Timing was right for you or would you prefer to our waited? I fail the timing was right for me. Definitely you know even. Even going through that little bump in the road. and. Even if I had lost weight, there's still a possibility that something could happen. So either way I'm happy with the results I feel valued as a person. From my surgeon and I value the friendship that we have grown as well. Thank you. Thank you so much. Aside from conference anything else feel different about the way you feel now the way people notice you. Know actually not really I mean other.
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"Ever. Wonder what motivates people to get plastic surgery did they regret it? What can we learn from the stories of plastic surgery patients? We're here to explore these questions and get some answers today with my guest Jessica on the plastic surgeon podcast. From Do. Hello, my friends welcome back can thanks to our listeners for the amazing feedback. We have had so much fun and so far and look forward to more insights and suggestions please rate and review us on Apple podcasts and help us get you more awesome content on the plastic surgeon podcast. We listened to real plastic surgery stories of triumphant pain from real.
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"Call. When you've seen and done hundreds or thousands or tens of thousands like you care you know what color you can give someone you know what style you can usually cut for someone if you've done enough, it wouldn't you say, yes. I if if you're a new job, you've done five or ten of course, you're GonNa Teeter totter in you're gonNA build in every single exception you can to protect yourself. So you can work around whatever is needed in I. think that that's something patients really have to be cognizant of. How do you decide if someone has experienced or? Talking about in the constantly tells you that in sometimes you don't know what's there unless you've experienced a few it when I have patients often tell them get three consulates and then figure out what's the best fit for you when I say that almost always end up coming to me for various reasons. But having that experience helps you understand what you have or don't have because sometimes you don't know if that experience is good or bad on this you know what else is out there there's there was no way other than just this like inner feeling of going. It's not quite right. There was nothing it wasn't like. What I'm doing I'm not a surgeon, but it just intel the comparison. I was honestly waiting for somebody to agree with each other should choose because I was like, okay. We'll get to people who agree on what to do. Then that's the right thing to do but not one. said the same thing it was just then meeting youth with the confidence in. It was it was definitely more black white like this is. And that's what I needed in the reason I felt that worries because I done many cases similar to yours. So I knew kate now every person is different everybody's unique or having treated similar body type in physique I knew the most likely path. That, we were going to go in and that's what gave me the confidence to tell you Chandra. I feel I can do this. This is what we're going to get. There's some risk of this. If this happens, we'll do this It doesn't happen. We're great and that's what is going to be and whether we can do it or we cannot, and that's where my philosophy I give you all the information we figure out what's the right path to go down? Ain't back. If I were to have gone to somebody else with round implants without a lift I would have ended up with like a snoopy nose. And not would have been awful exactly in one of the ways that prevented snappiness yet for a lot of women in this will help them as if you you're borderland like you if the nibbling land is after full, then you have borderland hoses sagging sometimes in that case, if you use a specific type of implant back in projector push that nipple out and you can put it a little bit lower to push up, you can give somebody a lift appearance by avoiding that that if you never done before and he goes to a doc who. All the nor did WHO's burn implanting or do a left they're not going to be able to give you.
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"Augmentation. Should deter surgery with us about two years ago and I'm really excited to hear her journey. Chandra how's it going? It's getting. So. We met about two years ago, right? Yeah and you were thinking about getting breast augmentation at that time. Yes. So how do you decide to come to me for surgery? I hadn't been to I think four other surgeons prior to coming to you I just really wanted to do my due diligence and making sure as comfortable. In. Why were you thinking of getting breast augmentation I have wanted them done since I could look up surgeons and a phone book so? I've just always have one have that, and then after having my son and then aging it was time. When you say you will was wanted them done a Lotta women will often say that sometimes that comes from a particular spot someone pointed something out or they saw something. What gave you the urge. I know what really think that there is ever a time where somebody pointed anything L.. I came from a family that was all large busted and I was the one who wasn't and. I just in my mind that's what I was. Suppose look like. And you had a few concerts yes. When you were having this console, what were you thinking about as far as what's important to you? I wanted to be larger for one I wanted. I guess, I, didn't want a lift with them and a lot of those surgeon saying I needed a lift and so I was trying to navigate that to see if there is any options for not having that done. And, then I was getting ready I, just moved al.. Family's house and it was just time. Some people when they say they want to get larger someone some women will say, I'm doing this because I want to be more noticed. I WanNa feel more feminine among close to fit and all you told me that you were wanting this because you saw this in your family. Tell me more was what is one of the reasons that I said is something that stood out -til. I wanted to fit my body. I, feel like I have bigger hips and a really small upper body, and so I wanted to balance that out. And then if I.
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"Type. Things and all that kind of stuff of like a isn't that funny. In during all this time now you're comfortable. You understand Intersex more seem you know during this time in your in your your journey? When did you identify more as a female? Well what it was come out as a female. Yeah. No Yeah. What would it came back to because again, this is as you can tell, even as we're talking, this is so different from somebody that was transgender. You know things like that. And and that's not to belittle anybody that's been through any any transgender. So different journey it is, but it is so different it is that I I like while we while Intersex people get lumped in with transgender. Which is kind of a double edged sword for me on one hand. I think that transgender people are some of the bravest people I've ever met in my entire life. So it's kind of like a honor and privilege to be lumped in at sometimes and other times. It's things like where you get like. There's making decisions where they're like. We don't need to support this well for some people if if you're if you're umbrella that together. You're also taking to what might be deemed as not, but not be deemed as a choice to some person and you're applying it to a medical necessity. To somebody else. So that's Preeti dangerous. But a basically we were. We had a period where I got to work with seeing my my now wife. Party demeter Internet long long story that's equally as long as everything that have been there but That Getting to. Meet my wife and see her go through on replacement therapy and things like that. Just talking with people and stuff during the time where where built into a let's see where this. Let's try. Let's try female hormone replacement for you. And see where it is recommended this. This was kind of ongoing dialogue between several people that. I've talked to and and some medical. Practitioners a couple people that were like Wide say friends but they're. They're. Professionals in their field that the understand Andrew Chronology one of them. Dr. Another one's a surgeon you know but they're friends of mine that. That understand you know their field very well that have more knowledge over. These sort of things that may we don't as they're going through this and talking about things going You know. That ultimately genders choice. But but you know an your case. So, much of US female. So. So I know you were raised. In a certain way but but let's let's see. Let's try hormone replacement therapy and see how it works. I really wanted to do that before this. Did you ever try testosterone? We did we did a little bit of that and that was? Really bad it. Actually it triggered all sorts of additional troubles and and like. Serious depression suicide thoughts and things like that like it was. It was. Very bad very quickly, and so it was like the short stop a guy will your primary primary care doctor who was helping manage all this..
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"Is the most important thing, but it's oftentimes is very important. So you know somebody says they do five. And this is true from almost any procedure You know the just do four, five a year. That's not enough. So it sounds like the modern, the most important factor is not the most all qualifications being equal is how many is that doctor? And you. WanNa go to somebody high volume. In. Do you have? Asians or let's say someone's asking for a referral. Because you can't do it for whatever reason you have them look at before and after the how important are those? Well before it enters are are important of, but You. Go Online, you go the Internet website all the best results are on their website around their instagram and so forth. So that's helpful in if they have a lot of pictures at that's helpful to. But again, I think that goes back to having confidence in the surgeon when you talk with them and having great conversations with other. Individuals. Who Know about their abilities, including patients, including nurses, soclean other doctors. and. I think those are. I. Think those are real important aspects but just because he got good before and after I, you know everybody's got one or two good results. But when we want to know about the last hundred patients, how good would results and all those hundred patients? For physician. So don't do high volume procedures like faceless for them to even be allowed to do them with putting surgeries where you don't really have to have high volume to do. Well, you know in and I think that it's under the judgment of the surgeon has to you know whether that's appropriate or not. But. When it comes to to things like Rhino, Plassey face-lift I think you really need to be someone who does a lot because it's it's your face and sometimes if there's a Poor technical. Treatment of of these of these areas The results can be challenging for a long time and there's so much. We can do in terms of revision facelift revision, Plassey. But but you know you just don't don't want to have to go there. So I think I think that facelift around pass are specific surgeries that you really want to have a surgeon that does a lot. There's other surgeries. Why doesn't it's not that big of a deal you know A mask your opinion on. But liposuction I think that that that's not really required the deal a lot of that I think you can do appear decent pretty decent job just doing simple liposuction. For. The average surgeon I think my guess isn't maybe can. Disagree with me or not eighty percent or ninety percent of plastic surgeons do a pretty decent job at liposuction because I think it's a simple procedure. But when we talk about facelift as I mentioned I, think it's only forty percent of surgeons. That's my guess that's my estimate. That's my opinion You don't have a study that shows ad. It's hard thing to to release look at but that's my opinion and So he has I think they WANNA have somebody who does a lot of it and who's been successful at it Really I agree with you. The fact that whatever you GonNa do you have to do a lot of it? Right? Down, Liposuction, we can talk about that for hours, but that's a procedure changed so much right. When he first started, people were just removing fat with the Big Tube Liposuction is today for the true lifeless sculpture surge in Seoul? Now and people come. Just to give you some insight face-lifts, the goal is really to sculpt the body not just remove volume and the that are removing just volume out to people who are doing the real high liposuction that patients nowadays see Roy Ray want there's so much to it in the only way you get there is you got to do a lot of it. And I agree with you. You need basic certifications you need education. I also feel that anybody can pass the test right which is how you get these certifications oftentimes but not anybody can do a great case and from what you said about high volume really resonates in what I believe is you need that and I think it's true in any trade any professional what you say so. There's a study that I read a while back ago. Let's just just essentially blew me away. It was his hospital in Canada, whereby the surgeon I it is strictly a hernia feed hospital and so all the surgeons there that's all they do. They just do hurry or if he said, well, let's just a simple procedure who cares while their numbers beat numbers elsewhere by a mile in other words they're they're revision rate is like half what it would be in any other hospital there the time that they do the surgery is half as long as as the average general surgeon. In complication rates as well. So it's it's it's the volume and such as a surge anything let surgeons really good because that's all he does or if he gets the teen to you've got these nurses and and assistance that are that are helping they're doing the same. They're becoming experts themselves, and they are providing that that that little bit that provides a better result less complications, less revision rate, and so forth so that the team is part of it as well. Not just the surgeon in fact. Go out and do a face lift at the local hospital a then I'd have to use the the. Nurses and assistants that that the hospital has to teach him everything that needs to be done and what about the equipment so forth. So take me twice as long to do. So the team is part of that equation too as well and That's an important aspect too but definitely, volume is is important definitely experience definitely certification all things are important but I think there's some some genetics to to. Someone who can't because I've seen the opposite where where a physician is our surges just fumbling around a not a lot but enough to to to notice and left for me to say I don't think I want to send my mom and my sister to this person. Absolutely David I'm totally with you on that. David you've shared so many amazing insights with us. When you think about face center, reflect back on your career is there was one insight. Piece of information that you would want to share with people who are thinking of getting this done. What would you tell them? Why think that? There's plenty of misconceptions about face of surgery that comes from Hollywood Ryan because he only. Exposure that most individuals have over the years has been you know that bad facelift from the actress and actor and so forth, and so we all we perceive it as expensive as only for the the Hollywood elite and and it is risky because we ended up looking like you know one of those bad results but the the truth of the matter is it's not that expensive it is really safe if you get someone who does a lot you're in good hands. someone good experience Then you're in good hands and in in there's more people that that have had. It done that you might imagine you've probably had the average person probably has brands or family that's had had it done and they don't know about it because it's so natural appearing. So so natural is is the commonplace when you're talking about a goodson facility, good surgeon and the abnormalities and bad results that you see in. Hollywood are really the rarity I think. Absolutely I absolutely agree with you David. Thank you so much for coming on the show today I have learned a lot from you and I know listeners have to I'm honored to have you as a friend and a confidante and someone who I also often seek advice from in my career. Great to be here I. Love the music. And Love. Love Taco, with you working patients finding if they want to get in touch with you, you.
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"So in the or impatient is participation like normal, and then when they put to sleep, we have to put in a catheter for doing along surgery or certain surgeries. So the the urine can drain during the surgery in the Catheter. So, the nurse goes to put the cat that her and she stops I'm in the room you know. Getting Ready for the surge going through the list with the other nurse usually doctor. I. Can put the Catheter. What do you mean? You can't put the Catheter, she can't put the Catheter. We're like what's going on and she said the nurse told us there are piercings in the area of the. Vagina. I got. So the patient didn't tell us the left piercings in their vagina, they had three piercings. And now we're in this conundrum situation. Right. So what do we do with his piercings? We don't have consent to take them off. Do, we just leave them do the surgery. What do we do? So we had our anesthesia provider. Patrick was familiar with piercings because his seen. So many of them. And they all were glass or plastic. Oh. God. There were three piercings. Glass or plastic, we still don't want them in the area. Just because it could cause pressure other issues. So he looked at them to ruin a safe area in. We decided not to remove them visiting want to damage the tissue. None of us are experts in vaginal piercings. So we left the piercings there. There was no metal on them. Thank. God. Would have had to cancel the surgery. And then we did the surgery and things in great. There was no damage, but that could have been near cancel. Tremendous cost to everybody and risk had not even looked and been thorough Yup facials asleep. So you could give get the consent. That was that was something else piercing dangerous guys. No one wants you to remove them. Without reason. The reason we remove them is purely for the safety of our patients Yep. Sabrina, you help so many patients through the process of surgery. We can say without hesitation. Thank God. You know you never had anything done right. People all the time yet. Got Anything I was GONNA. PUT It out there. Stopped asking so. In in helping all patients through their journeys if you had to tell people one thing. That would help them prepare for surgery or for their consultation. What would that be? I think the most important thing I, see throughout our practice and an advice. I would give to new patients on are coming for their consultation. It's the definitely do your homework and research so that you're able to ask the right questions about your consultation. I cannot tell you how many times we have patients come, and for their consultation, they haven't done their homework. They're not prepared to ask the right questions with the doctor. And many times they will leave after the consultation and give us a call within the next day or we or you know a month and ask more questions, and that's perfectly fine. Everyone's everyone cast as many questions as possible. But it's really important that when they're coming in for their consultation. They have the right questions on that. They can ask directly to the doctor of because a lot of times. If there's a patient that does give us a call back on has follow up questions What we do is we set up another consultation appointment or reset up a phone, call a lot of times, a doctor schedules, really busy and they want their questions answered really quickly, and that might take a week two weeks. I take a month to get them on the schedule. So. It's really important that when they do come in for their consultation, just ask the right questions, do your homework take your time on so that where you're prepared for your consultation. Great Advice. One of the things I really believe in is you have to be comfortable. Confident. And certain about your procedure and your doctrine. Only you can do that is by doing what you just said. So thank you so much for joining us you. All can find Sabrina on Instagram at Sabrina, Sajjan? No, it's Missa Saggio. Yes. Yes. At misogyny. Thanks for listening to the plastic surgeon podcast in tune. In next week, we're having amazing patient who is a physician? She's GonNa talk about surgery that she had that I repaired. It's going to be a phenomenal story catches on all social media at real doctor Seattle and you can watch me on snapchat at real doctor, Seattle wash, my surgeries live. And why?.
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"Providers to further understand the motivations of why they would risk their life under the knife I'm Dr. Giovanni, and this is episode number two. My guest today is Victoria Kennedy Bargain. She is such an amazing patient about the privilege to serve her would surgery Victoria how's it going spite? That's how are you thank you so much for being with me today I'm so excited to chat with you. I'm so excited to share your story in. What what I'm really excited about today is to share with all of our amazing fans your experience. So they can learn something take something away from us today S. so Victoria is amazing patient. She actually had surgery done outside the country. She then came new me for revision surgery in what we're going to chat about today is her experience from having a plastic surgery procedure done outside the USA than having to manage that afterwards herself, and then coming to me it having surgery with me we're going to start with this. Victoria tell me about your journey. what country did you have surgery? Ole So long story but I'll make a shortest like. Well. Okay. Well, it all started. So I had leipold I when I was in my twenties. Imperil Anne was fabulous from Victoria from for. Okay. Food is amazing. and. Are Awesome but. I. I, love my results the first round with a great surgeon, my cousin, the all the research scraped again I was in my twenties than I had a baby in Victoria when you had that liposuction their new year. Twenty. Did the doctor tell you kind of light Bo was done you're? A long time ago. Do you remember what kind was laser? Was it ultrasound? Was it traditional suction liposuction okay. So I I. It wasn't that long ago I not. These just happen. Baby work. To know, my cousin did the research for me which meant she visited with them and everything, and then when I went in for my consultation, it was nothing like our consultation where you took the time to talk to me about exactly what you're gonNA. Do you kind of bless his heart? My surgeon was kind of like what are you want like? Well, I think I want to be flattered here and he's like, okay. Does it and. Tomorrow, draw some blood and the after you're done surgery. And I was like. that. Son Other was not that much conversation about what kind of life was going to be our anything right then and when you had the surgery done, do they do like pre-operative appointment like you did with us where you meet with the nurse, go through your instructions, consents procedures the tell you about the recovery. Tall. Kind of all in one and that was that was not even the the time attack. That was the first thing that I did how was recovered you remember the recovery was easy Again, I was in my twenties. I'm thirty five now I know. The look on Bud and..