Compassionate Care with Dr. Sameer Jejurikar

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is a board-certified plastic surgeon based in out Dallas, Texas. He has vigorous training in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery and uses this training to help his patients reach their goals. He approaches each patient as a whole and considers both their physical and mental health. On websites like Patients’ Choice and UCompareHealth, he is consistently given almost perfect ratings from his patients for both the procedure and his bedside manner.

 

In 2012, Dr. Sameer Kejurikar was presented with the Compassionate Doctor Certification from Patients’ Choice and it was seconded by the American Registry who placed him on the Registry of Business Excellence. This honor was only given to 3% of practicing doctors in the United States. Dr. Sameer Jejurikar was honored by the award and thankful to the patients that reviewed him online.

 

An artist at heart, Dr. Sameer Jejurikar has a passion for surgery and astounding attention to detail. He performs plastic surgery on both the face and body of his patients with special expertise in the eyes, nose, and breast. Each year he uses his talents to work with Smile Bangladesh to provide surgery to underprivileged children with congenital facial deformities.

 

A graduate of the University of Michigan, he earned his bachelor’s and M.D. at the school. He graduated the University of Michigan Medical School as a member of the Honor Society Alpha Omega Alpha. He continued with a residency at the prestigious University of Michigan Medical Center followed by a fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital.

 

He is a member the of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and certified by the American Medical Association. The Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute is where Dr. Sameer Jejurikar has practiced out of since 2009 and is affiliated with 8 different hospitals in the Dallas area.

 

Lifeline Screening Is The Ultimate 21st Century Preventative Healthcare Strategy,’’ Dr. Andrew Manganaro

Many deaths are avoidable if there is a plan to detect potential health problems early, says Dr. Andrew Monganaro, the founder and Chief Medical Officer of Life Line Screening. Dr. Manganaro spent 35 years in the private practice of cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgery prior to starting Life Line Screening (LSS), a preventative health screening company offering many types of tests to identify health issues before they become serious or cause fatalities.

Most of the time, people with potentially life threatening health challenges do not have the means to know of emerging health challenges, or to take preventive measures. The earlier people detect health problems, the better it is for them to seek the right medical solutions.

“We need some ways to help people identify any potential health challenges before it is too late,” notes Dr. Monganaro. The risk of stroke, vascular diseases, and osteoporosis is on the rise,’’ he notes.

The Importance of Detecting Ill Health Signs Early

The idea of Life Line Screening started when Dr. Monganaro worked as a cardiovascular surgeon in private practice. He would come across several catastrophic health cases, such as carotid embolic stroke and ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms, which were preventable if only the patients had been aware of their sicknesses before the chronic stages.
“Life Line Screening,’’ explains Dr. Monganaro, “offers the opportunity to identify asymptomatic diseases early for the patients to start the necessary lifestyle changes. For the doctors, Life Line Screening would help them prescribe the medication that stops disease progression and any catastrophes in the future.’’

Potentially lifesaving screening tests provided by Life Line Screening include electrocardiogram, or EKG, using non invasive electrodes. There are also abdominal aortic aneurysm screening, carotid artery disease screening, ankle-brachial index screening (for peripheral arterial disease) and, bone mineral density screening (for osteoporosis risk).

Besides, blood screens for total cholesterol, glucose levels to determine diabetes risk, C-reactive protein, an indicator for cardiovascular disease, and the levels of ALT and AST liver enzymes, an indicator of liver injury are available at “>Life Line Screening too.

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