Whether it’s excessive sweating, funky feet or bad skin, eliminate annoying body problems for good
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Complex spinal surgeon Dr. Michael S. Chang explains direct vertebral derotation, a six-hour procedure, to treat scoliosis.
Tanya, 35, previously appeared on The Doctors for help with her body image. Despite being an avid exerciser, she said that when she looked in the mirror, she still saw herself as an overweight seventh grader. The Doctors check in with Tanya for an...
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Rochelle, 35, had a left parotid gland removed in 2001. Following the surgery, she noticed that the site of the incision would sweat profusely every time she ate. Doctors ultimately diagnosed her with Frey’s syndrome, a rare disorder that often occurs...
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Adam Scheiner demonstrates how laser technology resurfaces the skin.
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Frey’s syndrome is a rare disorder that often occurs as a result of surgery near and around the parotid glands, the largest salivary glands in the body. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon treats one case with Botox.