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manently gone. This procedure can now
be used under the chin and in the neck
area, in addition to the arms, belly, love
handles and back rolls. There is also an
injectable called Kybella® that will melt
fat in the neck area.
Dr. Anthony Spinnickie, orthopedic
Q: What benefits does the mini-
mally invasive anterior approach to
hip replacement offer?
A: As one of the few surgeons performing this procedure, I know that
patients usually enjoy a significantly
quicker recovery and lower risk of complications compared with the traditional
approach, and there are no postsurgical
restrictions on mobility. In particular,
women who enjoy favorite exercise routines, such as Pilates, yoga or barre, will
be able to resume those activities again
after undergoing the anterior approach
to hip replacement. While it should be
performed at the appropriate time for
each individual, it’s also important not
to put if off to the point where inactivity
can lead to other health issues.
ADVANCED CARE ONCOLOGY & HEMATOLOGY
Dr. Maithili Rao, founder
Q: Why is it important to get routine mammograms and pap smears?
A: Routine mammograms allow physicians to see changes in breast tissue from
year to year. Breast cancers detected early are more likely to be cured and less likely
to need extensive treatments such as mastectomy or chemotherapy. Diagnostic
Anthony Spinnickie, MD.
Dr. Richard Peck explores each patient’s aesthetic and reconstructive
goals and is highly passionate and empathetic toward his patients.
He takes his time with each procedure, specializing in personalized
reatment tailored to meet each of his clients needs and desires.
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Duke University and UMDNJ
Affiliated with Morristown Memorial and Barnabas Health
Honored in Guide To America’s TOP SURGEONS
RICHARD PECK, MD FACS
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon