Mark Mofid a plastic surgeon located in San Diego, Mark is a certified surgeon and own a clinic. He started off at Harvard University where he received his first degree, Mofid later joined John Hopkins University school of medicine to attain his medical degree. Mark specialized in overall as well as plastic surgery, Mark Mofid has mastered the art of plastic surgery, and this has helped him become a renowned plastic surgeon.
Apart from working in his clinic, Dr. Mark has also worked in several hospitals in San Diego they include; Scripps Memorial hospital, Plamar Medical center, and Sharp Chula Vista Medical center. Mark is also a lecturer at the University of California’s San Diego Campus where he teaches plastic surgery.
In addition, Mark Mofid is also a public speaker, author. He has published books that talk more about breast as well as facial surgery and has also published a book about gluteal argumentation; he sheds light on the topic that many people have little information about.
Through his research Dr. Mark Mofid has discovered a way to make implants safer, over the years in his career, Mark has been known as a doctor who values the safety of his clients. In a procedure like gluteal argumentation which is a rarely mentioned. Mofid ensures that he follows the correct medical procedures and upholds the safety of the patient. At times the patient may want more, but Mofid has stood by his principle to ensure maximum safety to the patients. This has made him stand out, and more patients now trust his work
Mark Mofid has a strong passion for his work and has been in the forefront in research projects that introduce a new and better way to do things; Mark also strives to understand the human body better and more so in his field. He, therefore, researches on body skin, the fats as well as the muscles.
When Dr. Mark started his practice as a plastic surgeon, he identified that there was room for improvements in future projects and potential to improve already existing projects. One such project was gluteal augmentation, in this industry, the implantations were generic, and this made them less compatible with the body muscles. Dr. Mark examined the possible options to come up with a better choice.
After months of research and trials with his team, Mofid finally came up with a better gluteal implant. The implant has better ratios and blends better with the body making it look better.
Orthopedic procedures are carried out on muscles and skeletons of the human body, although sometimes doctors can use non-surgical methods to rectify related problems. Physicians such as Greg Finch and other orthopedists are dedicated to carrying out orthopedic surgeries. There are several types of such procedures, but the following orthopedic procedures are the most common.
Increased back pain can render one unable of carrying their day-to-day activities, and it is one of the main reasons why most patients seek spinal surgery. To relieve the pain, Greg Finch or any other orthopedist will perform a spinal fusion. This procedure involves joining the vertebrae (spinal bones).
Total Shoulder Replacement
Greg will perform total shoulder replacement procedure to patients who are suffering from chronic shoulder pains. Despite sounding painful, the process is gentle and very effective in helping diminish the pain. Excessively damaged cartilages can be replaced either by plastic or metal implants.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstructions involve rectifying the knee ligament in the case of a rupture. The orthopedist removes the ruptured ligament and replaces with tissue from another part of the body or a donated tissue by screwing it in place. The new tissue will fill in the tunnels created during the procedure holding the ligament in place.
About Dr. Greg Finch
Greg Finch is an orthopedist specializing in all orthopedic procedures but has a particular interest in spinal surgery procedures. He also has a keen interest in adult deformity and cervical spine surgery such as disc placement. He spent over two years practicing in America, Germany, and the UK after completing his FRANCS.
Greg Finch practices at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the Spine Society of Australia, the Orthopedic Association of Australia, and the American Spine Society.