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Grant Stevens, M.D. to Speak at the Asian Pacific Association for Laser Medicine & Surgery 2012

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Nov 24, 2012 - 7:23:36 PM



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(HealthNewsDigest.com) - Marina del Rey, CA -- Grant Stevens, M.D., FACS, a board certified plastic surgeon and founder of Marina Plastic Surgery Associates (MPSA) in Marina del Rey, CA (http://www.marinaplasticsurgery.com), is a featured speaker at the Asian Pacific Association for Laser Medicine & Surgery, 2012. The 14th annual meeting will be held November 23-25 at the Taipai International Convention Center, Taiwan (http://www.apalms2012.tw/ConferenceInformation.html).

Dr. Stevens’ presentation is titled, “Coolsculpting® - Treatment to Transformation” highlighting his experience with Coolsculpting by Zeltiq, a patented, non-invasive procedure that selectively reduces fat layers in problem areas using a patented cooling technology. Dr. Stevens is also slated for a press conference in Taiwan on the same subject. “Patients are seeing a reduction of fat in the treated areas in as soon as three weeks following treatment. It offers dramatic results,” Dr. Stevens said. MPSA is the number one Coolsculpting practice in the world having done more than 5,000 treatments.

Cleared by the FDA, Coosculpting gently cools unwanted fat cells in the body to induce a natural, controlled elimination of fat cells. This reduces bulges in treated areas of the body without harming surrounding tissue. It involves no needles, surgery or downtime. Since the CoolSculpting procedure is non-invasive, patients can resume daily activities including work and exercise, immediately following treatment

For more information, visit www.freezethefat.com and www.marinaplasticsurgery.com/plastic_surgery/zeltiq.cfm. Plastic Surgery Associates is on the web at www.marinaplasticsurgery.com; on Facebook at Marina Plastic Surgery Associates; and on Twitter @DrGrantStevens.

About Dr. Stevens

W. Grant Stevens, MD, FACS, serves as the medical director of Marina Plastic Surgery Associates in Marina del Rey, CA. He is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a Fellow of The American College of Surgeons and The International College of Surgeons. Dr. Stevens is a Professor of Surgery at USC Division of Plastic Surgery and the Director of the USC- Marina del Rey Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship, on the editorial board of The Aesthetic Surgery Journal and on the board of directors of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Dr. Stevens was recognized by his peers as one of America's Best Physicians in "The Guide to Top Doctors." He is past chairman of the California Medical Association Advisory Panel on Plastic Surgery. He has received the Special Congressional Certificate of Recognition and the Distinguished Service Citation from the Medical Board of California. An international traveling professor, Dr. Stevens has performed surgery on patients from all 50 states and 63 foreign countries.

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