Matthew Brackman, MD - Account Suspended
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I've been performing bariatric surgery since 1998 and have one of the best track records around. I take a personal approach with all my patients, frequently answering my own phones to converse on a more personal level. My goto procedure is the RYGB, but I am also expert in many more.
Awards & Recognition
Trauma Team Leadership Award
Published in multiple peer reviewed journals.
Presented research at foremost meetings in three countries.
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Tufts University
Medical: MD, Boston University
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Boston Medical Center
Residency: Washington Hospital Center, DC
Fellowship: Minimally Invasive Bariatric Surgery, The Ohio State Medical Center
Treatments offered at Tummy Bubble, PLLC
Most popular answers from Matthew Brackman, MD - Account Suspended
Fortunately there are financing options available. Most patients are approved right away and then only have to make affordable monthly payments spread... READ MORE
You could look in the Yellow pages under awesome. But really, even bad injections wear off. Have a good result and go back. READ MORE
I agree, spasm is the muscle waking back up. Time for a repeat, as all botox wears off eventually. READ MORE
I had my lips filled w/ Juvederm and now there is unevenness, hard, rock-like bumps that's throws off my lip symmetry. (photo)
Allowing some more time for swelling to go down might help. But dissolving with hyaluronidase may be your only other option. READ MORE
While you might read about Botox inhibitors, these are really just in the experimental phase and only have theoretical applications. READ MORE
It is good to research before seeing a physician, so that you are comfortable you are getting proper advice. These are concerns you should raise ... READ MORE
There are still many things unknown about the absorption, distribution, and metabolism of botulinium toxin. I wouldn't be surprised if one day we ... READ MORE
Your BMI is a little high for gastric balloon. Depending on medical conditions I would recommend RYGB over Sleeve Gastrectomy. READ MORE
Is Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) considered a co-morbidity/reason for weight loss surgery? If not, why isn't it?
IHH (or pseudotumor cerebri) is a condition known to improve with weight loss as might occur with gastric bypass or sleeve gastrectomy. I have ... READ MORE
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