Wedding season is quickly approaching and for many of us that means hitting the gym, starting that diet you’ve been putting off and getting fit to fit into that bridesmaid dress. However, what if you could get rid of those problems in only an afternoon. I recently spoke with Dr. Rod Rohrich
about his plastic surgery practice and learned all about his truly fascinating impact on cosmetic surgery.
Texas-based medical veteran, Dr. Rodney Rohrich leads a successful career. He chairs the UT Southwestern-Medical-Center
and has been a component of the faculty for over two decades. His main specialty includes plastic surgery, but he’s a board-certified professional who practices cosmetic reconstructive techniques. Dr. Rohrich’s main focus includes bone and skin tissue restoration. He practices reconstructive surgical techniques on the face and hands too. He has done work which involves corrective procedures to enhance the body such as breast implants, skin aging therapy, etc.
Dr. Rohrich serves the medical community as an educator, an author, and a visionary. As a top industry veteran, he’s a recipient of multiple accolades and awards. He’s a respected industry pioneer whose influence has reached the global sphere. He invested in starting a medical career twenty-eight years ago and has propelled to success in ways unimagined. Dr. Rohrich grew up in North Dakota where he funded an education at the UND (University-of-North-Dakota) and NDSU (North-Dakota-State-University). He then relocated to study medicine at Texas-based University, Baylor College. His years spent at Baylor in Houston, Texas are memorable. Baylor is the fountain of his inspiration. Dr. Rohrich graduated from Baylor as a highly decorated student and decided to return after completing his residency. He’s a graduate of the respected UMICH (University-of-Michigan). During his residency, he worked closely under the guidance of prolific mentors Dr. Stephen Mathes, Dr. Reed Dingman and Dr. William Grabb. Dr. Rohrich pursued training at Harvard’s MGH (Massachusetts General Hospital) and Oxford University’s The Radcliffe Infirmary.
Dr. Rohrich has remarkable skills and his work showcase ground-breaking techniques, which separates him from other plastic surgeons. He has made appearances on the Oprah-Winfrey-Show, The View, Good-Morning-America and top-featured tv shows. Besides being an industry pioneer in plastic surgery, his clients see him as a compassionate character. Dr. Rohrich has partnered with multiple medical factions, including top-ranked hospitals UT Southwestern-Medical-Center (University-of-Texas-Southwestern-Medical-Center), the Children’s-Medical-Center-of-Dallas, Baylor-University-Medical-Center, Veterans-Affairs-North-Texas-Health-Care-System and Medical-City-Dallas-Hospital.
As a board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Rohrich has twenty-eight years of field experience. He’s a member of the ABPS (American-Board-of-Plastic-Surgery). He’s a licensed Florida-State and Texas-State medical practitioner. He has received certification as a hand surgeon with twenty-five years of fieldwork. Dr. Rohrich is a recipient of multiple America’s Top Doctors awards by Castle Connolly. D Magazine has recognized Dr. Rohrich for his remarkable work as a top-ranked plastic surgeon in 2012.