Los Angeles, CA, April 28, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The Roxbury Institute’s founder and lipedema treatment pioneer David Amron, MD, along with Jaime S. Schwartz, MD, FACS, Director of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Beverly Hills, California institute, will be speaking at the Fat Disorders Research Society (FDRS) 2017 Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, held April 28 through 30 at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center.
A leader in lipedema and fat disorder treatments, The Roxbury Institute marks one of the most specialized and experienced medical and research facilities for the fat storage disease. At this year’s conference, titled Lipedema & Dercum’s Disease: Goals for the Future and Tools for Today, Dr. Schwartz has been invited to speak on Lymphatic Sparing Adjunct Plastic Surgical Procedures, a subject he is specialized in. Additionally, Dr. Amron will be leading an important session on Liposuction for Dercum’s Disease.
"For too long, surgeons were completely unaware of lipedema and how to treat it. However, with conferences such as these, more and more skilled surgeons are becoming informed and even specialized in its treatment. This is great progress, and I am so happy to be a part of it for another year."
Dr. David Amron, Founder, The Roxbury Institute
“I am incredibly enthusiastic about the opportunity to engage with and share my knowledge of this disease and the latest treatment options with attendees of the FDRS conference,” said Dr. Schwartz. “This year, I will be speaking on the plastic surgical procedures that go above and beyond normal treatment for lipedema. Dr. Amron and myself are developing an entirely new category that will further treat lipedema patients after they have had lymphatic sparing liposuction.”
It is estimated more than 17 million women in the U.S. alone struggle with the often-painful and potentially debilitating disease. As of last year, Dr. Schwartz became the first fellow of The Lipedema Society’s International Surgical Fellowship Program, led by Dr. Amron, who has long been regarded as one of the foremost experts in treating lipedema.
“For too long, surgeons were completely unaware of lipedema and how to treat it,” said Dr. Amron. “However, with conferences such as these, more and more skilled surgeons are becoming informed and even specialized in its treatment. This is great progress and I am so happy to be a part of it for another year.”
Each year, the FDRS conference brings together top physicians and researchers in the industry to discuss, educate, and network on topics surrounding lipedema and similar fat disorders. In addition to two innovative treatment discussions led by the surgeons on Saturday, April 29, Dr. Amron will be present with two of The Roxbury Institute’s latest lipedema patients to have been treated and will be amongst many more he has cared for at the event.
This year, individuals will have the opportunity to livestream Drs. Schwartz and Amron’s sessions at https://livestream.com/FDRS2017
To find out more about the FDRS 2017 conference, please visit: http://www.fatdisorders.org/.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with Drs. Schwartz or Amron, please visit: advancedlipedematreatment.com or call (424) 394-1610.
About The Roxbury Institute
The Roxbury Institute, located in Beverly Hills, California, was founded in 2015 for patients from around the world who are seeking comprehensive aesthetic procedures that are combined with the treatment of disease. The Founder, Dr. David Amron, is a dermatologic surgeon who has spent 22 years focusing on a comprehensive and customized approach with his philosophy of “the patient always comes first.” Having performed over 10,000 surgeries, his surgical specialty addresses both cosmetic body contouring with liposuction, in addition to disease treatment for lipedema patients.
Under his medical direction at The Roxbury Institute, the highly-specialized team of experts embrace his philosophy and approach to patient care and lead the industry in their respective fields. This team of experts includes: Dr. Jaime Schwartz, Director of Body Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Jennifer Ahdout, Director of Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology, Dr. Jonathan Sykes, Director of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Sarah Whitney, Director of Holistic Health and Dr. Mickey Karram, Director of Gynecological Health. Each provider brings extensive experience to The Roxbury Institute, in addition to a multi-faceted background including academic and educational positions at leading universities, medical research and clinical trials, as well as various community outreach programs.
About Jaime S. Schwartz, MD, FACS
Dr. Schwartz is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in complicated breast and body revision and the Director of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at The Roxbury Institute. Distinctive in his approach to patient care, Dr. Schwartz founded the Beverly Hills Breast & Body Institute as a platform for patient safety and education. He is a national educator/committee member with American Society of Plastic Surgeons that sets policy and standards in patient care. Additionally, Dr. Schwartz is an Adjunct Professor/Instructor at the Cleveland Clinic to educate other physicians on the newest techniques in plastic surgery. As the first surgeon in the fellowship program created by Dr. Amron, Dr. Schwartz brings his extensive background in reconstructive surgery to pioneer lymph sparing techniques to ease symptoms for lipedema as well as offer surgical enhancements to maximize cosmetic outcomes.
About David Amron, M.D.
Dr. David Amron is a board certified dermatologic surgeon specializing in lipedema treatment, liposuction, and facial and body contouring. He is medical director of the Roxbury Institute in Beverly Hills, California – a world-class center of medical excellence; focusing on providing the comprehensive care too often missing in today’s disconnected and quick-fix medicine. Dr. Amron has a worldwide reputation for his artistic and unique approach to complicated liposuction cases, including lipedema surgery, revision liposuction surgeries, and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation.
Source: The Roxbury Institute