NYC Plastic Surgeon Offers Food Rehab Program to Enhance Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Stafford R. Broumand Explains How Various Food Rehab and Detox Programs Offered at His Practice Complement His Approach to Helping Patients Achieve Overall Wellness

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 25, 2014) - "At my practice, we try to incorporate what we believe can lead to better, healthier living into every aspect of care," states Manhattan plastic surgeon Stafford R. Broumand, MD. "It's not just about plastic surgery or cosmetic enhancement -- it's about helping patients achieve and maintain complete wellness." Included in this comprehensive approach to a more wholesome lifestyle are various food rehab and detox programs, all of which are conducted by Registered Dietitian Jacqueline Stein and overseen by Dr. Broumand himself.

From evaluating the patient's current eating habits to recommending and demonstrating how to prepare one's food using more nourishing ingredients, Stein works closely with each individual to promote a lifestyle change that can be maintained long after their cosmetic procedure. The three packages offered as part of the practice's food rehab program include:

  • Clean Slate: Start from Scratch
  • Restore: Resuscitate Your System
  • Maintenance: Feed Your New Addictions

Stein says the specific package is recommended based on the depth of the patient's nutritional knowledge and the degree of assistance they feel they need. "For instance, let's say you really didn't know much about nutrition, what goes into foods, or why you're eating certain types of food. In this case we would recommend you do the Clean Slate program because, after we take a look and realize you're eating a lot of high-fat foods, it's often better to just start from scratch and clean up the diet completely."

In regard to how the food rehab program enhances plastic surgery, Dr. Broumand maintains that diet not only plays a major role in the quality of results patients are able to achieve, but also in how long those results can ideally last. "For example," he says, "if you continue to consume unhealthy foods and an excessive amount of calories on a daily basis following a procedure like liposuction, you risk the possibility of reversing results over time."

Ultimately, Dr. Broumand notes that the food rehab program directly aligns with his goal of truly enriching the lives of his patients. "We view plastic surgery as just one facet of complete wellness, and by being a full-service practice that offers everything from surgical and non-surgical treatments to skin care and nutritional support, we believe we can help make our patients both happier and healthier while achieving their aesthetic goals."

About Stafford R. Broumand, MD

Dr. Broumand is a board-certified plastic surgeon in New York City. He earned his medical degree from Yale University and trained in Plastic Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. At his practice, Dr. Broumand offers an extensive array of aesthetic surgery procedures, including breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, and facelift surgery. He also provides several non-surgical cosmetic treatments and skin care services. Dr. Broumand is available for interview upon request.

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