I grew up on the East Coast but started my migration westward with my residency in Columbus, Ohio at the Ohio State University. From there, we kept moving westward and have no regrets about changing time zones. The Northwest has been a bountiful playground for me and my family.
About my practice
I was drawn to plastic surgery by the sheer vastness of the territory this specialty covers - from the toes to the top of the head, as well as taking care of patients of all ages, from infants to the "experienced." I enjoy the challenge of addressing each problem and each patient as an individual. I am particularly honored to take care of breast cancer patients and survivors; it is a privilege to assist these women on their journey of reclaiming themselves.
How I thrive
The concept of thriving is vitally important in the various aspects of life; quantity without quality is not very meaningful.