The Relationship Between Wellness and Cosmetic Procedures
September 4, 2015
Hosted by Hemda Mizrahi
Alan Bienstock, MD, MPH, is a Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who views cosmetic procedures as opportunities to augment, rather than substitute for wellness practices. Dr. Bienstock recommends health-supporting steps in both invasive and noninvasive treatment plans to optimize outcomes. While some may seek plastic surgery to address issues such as excess weight, depression, and aging, Dr. B. suggests that surgical results, including recovery and sustained benefits, can be compromised without adequate self-care. Self-care is an important criterion in his assessment of candidates for cosmetic procedures. If you're considering plastic surgery, tune in to hear Dr. B.'s suggestions and scenarios from his own practice that demonstrate the interaction between wellness and results.
Turn the Page
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“Turn the Page” features best practices in performance and quality of life for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs and businesses. Subject matter experts, many of whom are long-time entrepreneurs, discuss the business models that have enabled them to recover from setbacks, thrive, and adjust course based on both their growth paths and marketplace changes. Guests include specialists in law, marketing, public relations, product and service-focused global businesses, social entrepreneurship, parental leave planning, and other disciplines. You’ll benefit from the stories of distinguished performers, such as executives and former pro athletes who have transferred and augmented their strengths to become business owners in the service of creative autonomy, lifestyle flexibility, philanthropy, and other legacy goals. Host Hemda invites you to subscribe to the show through iTunes or Stitcher, and to explore becoming a sponsor or affiliate by contacting her through the “Email Host” link.
Hemda Mizrahi, Ed.M., M.A., is a Board Certified Coach who specializes in executive and leadership development. Using the tools she has gained from her training in mediation, image consulting, and as a certified wellness coach and licensed therapist, she partners with clients on issues related to career transition, lifestyle management, and performance. As an organizational effectiveness consultant, Hemda collaborates with businesses to address gaps in the employee and customer experience. Her coaching, consulting and radio talk show roles are informed by her managerial experience in healthcare and higher education, participation on advisory boards, and entrepreneurship expertise. Hemda earned Master’s degrees in Organizational and Counseling Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, and a Bachelor’s in Hospitality Management from Cornell University. She is certified in the research-based 360-degree feedback assessments developed by the Center for Creative Leadership.