Monday, November 12, 2012

How to choose the right breast implant for your body

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A Practice Dedicated Exclusively to Women Established in 1992 by Dr. Diane Gibby, The Women’s Center for Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery focuses on women’s special health care needs, before, during, and after surgery. We provide optimal medical care in a warm and caring environment to help you feel confident in achieving your goals.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Friday, September 14, 2012

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Andrew Clavenna, MD Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeon in Dallas

  • Adult Spinal Deformity
  • Cervical, Thoracic & Lumbar Spine Disorders
  • Degenerative Spinal Disorders
  • Minimally Invasive Spinal Procedures
  • Spine Athletic Injuries
  • Spine Trauma & Fractures

Read biography of Andrew Clavenna, minimally invasive spine surgeon and orthopedic doctor in Dallas.

Dallas Orthopedic Surgeon James Sackett, MD

  • Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Pediatric Orthopaedics
  • Scoliosis
  • Sports Injuries

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Texas Hematology Oncology Centers

Dr. Dennis Birenbaum

Doctor Birenbaum does a radio show and provides up to date information on cancer and related medical topics. See Dr Dennis Birenbaum's biography.

Friday, August 31, 2012

Doctor Dennis Birenbaum, Oncologist, with Cancer update Radio Show

Female Plastic Surgeons

These guys make some excellent memes for viral marketing purposes like facebook, etc.

A discussion on the topic the meme covers is here:

Friday, August 24, 2012

Cancer Survivor, Patient of Dr. Birenbaum

more info at

bio of Dr Dennis Birenbaum

Need a Doctor in Dallas  for Oncology and Hematology?
Take a look at Dr. Dennis Birenbaum

Dr. Dennis Birenbaum

Dr. Birenbaum  founded the
Texas Hematology Center, PA in 1997. He started his
Private practice in Hematology/Oncology in Dallas in 1979.

Undergraduate Degree:
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas

Medical School:
MD, National University of Mexico, Guadalajara, Jaliso, Mexico

Medicine, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan

Medicine, Tulane Medical Center, New Orleans, Louisiana

Medical Oncology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas

Medical Hematology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
(also served one year as Clinical Associate Medical Oncology/Faculty Assistant)

  • Founder, Medical Director, and CEO of Patients’ Comprehensive Cancer Care Center and Texas Hematology Oncology Center, PA
  • Author of mulitiple articles dealing with Hematology and Oncology disorders
  • Private practice in Hematology/Oncology in  Dallas since 1979

Areas of expertise:

Gastrointestinal Tumors
Hepatic Artery Perfusion
Melanoma, Sarcoma
Breast Cancer
Bloodless Medicine
Hematologic Disorders, including Myeloma
Solid Tumor Cancer, including Lung, Ovarian, Male/Female Reproductive Cancer

Credentialed at these DFW area medical facilities:

Baylor Plano
Dallas Medical Center
Specialty Hospital
Forrest Park Medical Center

Baylor Carrollton
Centennial Medical Center
Medical Center of Arlington
Medical Center of McKinney
Methodist Richardson Medical Center

For more info see

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Male versus Female Plastic Surgeons

Male plastic surgeons are much more active on social media.

Female plastic surgeons get the more clicks on web sites than males. They post less articles or updates but they get more clicks.

I think in general, women feel more comfortable with women when talking about plastic surgery and feel that women understand them better.

This article that was in the New York Times seems to back up my intuition:

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

The Perfect Breast Size

Article by a Dallas female plastic surgeon about talking with your doctor about the perfect breast size for you.
Read full article about choosing the perfect breast size.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

THCDS Pre-Surgery Video

Friday, June 1, 2012

Outstanding Dallas Orthopaedic Doctors and Surgeons

Dr. Bruce Beavers
Bruce R. Beavers, M.D.
8220 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. Charles Cook
Center for Foot and Ankle Restoration
8440 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 110
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. Benzel MacMaster
Glen Lakes Orthopaedic Clinic
8220 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 310
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. Howard Moore
Sports Medicine Clinic of North Texas
1015 North Carroll Ave, Suite 2000
Dallas, TX 75204

Dr. John Noack
Center for Foot and Ankle Restoration
8440 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 110
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. Scott Paschal
Dallas Orthopedic Center
7115 Greenville Ave., Suite 310
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. John Peloza
The Center for Spine Care
7115 Greenville Ave, Suite 210
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. Dennis Stripling
North Texas Hand Surgery Associates
8230 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 212
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. Steven Thornton
Dallas Orthopedic Center
7115 Greenville Ave., Suite 310
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. William Vandiver
Texas Orthopaedic Associates
8210 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 130 LB11
Dallas, TX 75231

Dr. James Walter
Texas Orthopaedic Associates
8210 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 130
Dallas, TX 75231

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Plastic Surgeons: Social Media For You

This continues our Social Media For You series. The first article was for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeons.

Plastic surgery is a unique and gratifying specialization. There are many motivations for seeking plastic surgery. In certain cases, plastic surgery is a medical necessity, and there are other cases where someone seeks plastic surgery to make themselves feel better about their outward appearance. Regardless of the motivation for seeking plastic surgery, it is important for plastic surgeons to have a presence in social media.

Social media is a promotional tool, just like your practice's website. In fact, the practice website and social media should be seen as complementary. They need to work harmoniously together to raise the profile of the practice, develop positive beliefs about the surgeon among potential patients and ultimately convince potential patients that this practice is going to the best option for their plastic surgery needs.

Facebook and Twitter are the first social media outlets to consider for your practice. But remember what social media actually is-social. That means you need to be interacting with potential patients and your existing patients. You can't simply just broadcast messages out there and expect to book new procedures constantly. Television and radio are more ideally suited to widely broadcast messages, but they are quite expensive to book. In social media, you can promote your practice's attributes, but your target market has to feel the connection to your practice. This is especially important in plastic surgery, which has a significant emotional side to it. You can share knowledge, success stories, and photos to promote your practice, but you also must interact with your Followers and Fans. This is a cost effective promotional tool.

YouTube and Pinterest are relevant for plastic surgeons as well. YouTube is going to be central hub for your video presence, and as a plastic surgeon, video is vital. Plastic surgery is a very visual discipline, since a plastic surgery procedure affects someone's outward appearance. YouTube videos are meant to work in conjunction with other digital media properties, and they can elevate your practice's profile. Pinterest is the hot new social tool, and Pinterest is all about pictures. Since plastic surgery is very visual, Pinterest is a must in the social media mix, which might not be the case for other types of medical practitioners. With YouTube and Pinterest, the focus should be on quality, not quantity. Sure, there needs to be some degree of quantity, but quality matters most. Pictures and the images that comprise video are the visual representations of your visually oriented business. So you really need to put your best foot forward in this area.

You can also use social media in conjunction with a strategy to rank well in Google. In fact, this is recommended. Search engine optimization makes it easier for your website to get found, as well as your various social media pages. Between the website, search engines and social media, you're developing a presence online. Certain practices can also choose to bolster this presence by placing ads with Google Adwords, one of the strongest ad platforms online. When you advertise on AdWords, you can that your audience is seeking your product category, and is more apt to view your advertisement if it is well written. This is easier said than done and takes practice.

If you’re not active in social media, chances are that your competition is and they are taking your potential business. The bottom line is that social media is good for your bottom line.

To navigate the waters of social media and digital marketing more effectively, contact David Mitchel of ViralMarketing.Biz today. He can help you help your practice's bottom line.

Phone: 214-659-1163

Minimally Invasive Spine Doctors: Social Media For You

So you’re a doctor specializing in minimally invasive spinal procedures. You’ve got a great product offering, but how do you get the word out about it? Television is expensive and might not have the ideal target market. Radio is a little less expensive. There’s print, but it is getting a bad rap. There’s outdoor advertising. However, the most burgeoning force out there is digital media. And there are a lot of different ways to get the word out digitally.

Social media isn’t just for the hottest technological products targeted at the young. Young at heart nonagenarians are getting in on the action. The nonagenarian du jour is the Sun Maid Girl, an advertising icon born in 1915, just three years after the birth of the Sun Maid Raisin brand. When a person thinks of what brands are social media ready, a raisin brand isn’t the first type of brand that comes to mind. But the Sun Maid Girl and parent brand Sun Maid are challenging that notion, and you should as well in your spinal practice.

The Sun Maid Girl has not posted very much, but already there are signs that Sun Maid is taking this awareness and engagement building tactic seriously.
Her most post recent post shared her recipe for Chocolate Chunk Raisin Oatmeal Cookies. This type of post is a fun post, one that would be useful to someone who likes to cook and bake and seeks a healthier snack option. Helpful medical content would build engagement for a spine surgeon. The Sun Maid Girl has also talked about the design of the Sun Maid raisin boxes and giving away a copy of the book commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Sun Maid brand. If she can keep her content fresh, this can be a good top of mind awareness campaign, with a viral similarity to the California Raisins TV campaign of the 1980s. This example, though very different from a medical example, offers a key blueprint as to what can be done in social media. Sun Maid has over 6,000 followers on Facebook.
Social media also does not begin and end with Facebook. YouTube is a great place to make an impact in social media. Video is becoming more important as a promotion tool. Google is giving more weight to websites with video content, and YouTube allows for cross pollination. With a YouTube video, you can have a presence on that site (the 2nd largest search engine), a enhanced presence on Google and content for Facebook and Twitter.
And I’ve only just begun to scratch the surface. There’s Google Adwords for driving targeted traffic that has a keen interest in buying, and other paid forms of Internet advertising that have lower costs and the potential to drive brand awareness, positive brand beliefs about minimally invasive spinal surgery and drive revenue for a practice.
The social media marketing mix is an essential part of an advertising campaign for a minimally invasive spinal practice. If you’re not active in social media, chances are that your competition is and they are taking your potential business. The bottom line is that social media is good for your bottom line.
To enhance your bottom line via social media and digital marketing, contact David Mitchel of ViralMarketing.Biz today…

Phone: 214-659-1163

Chiropractic Testimonial by whiplash victim in Allen, Tx

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

James Sterling MD

Orthopedic Surgeon in Dallas Texas, Doctor James Sterling

Friday, April 20, 2012

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Patient Testimonial for Mckinney and Allen Tx Chiropractor

Patient Testimonial for Chiropractor Dr. Ken Wilson of Tree of  Life Chiropractic in Allen, Texas.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Tyler, Texas Plastic Surgeon

Doctor Diane Gibby is a female plastic surgeon specializing in breast lifts, also known as breast augmentation. Many of her patients come from Tyler, Texas and Athens, even though her practice is actually located in Dallas, Texas.

Some women believe that a female plastic surgeon understands their needs better and are willing to drive an extra mile for that.

Find out more about Dr. Gibby at

Friday, March 16, 2012

Orthopedic Doctor John Early

John Early, M.D. is an Orthopaedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle abnormalities. 

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Designer Scrubs at Gold Coast Scrubs

Find great designer scrubs here in Australia.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Cool Designer Scrubs video

Cool Designer Scrubs

Special offer: If you are in the Dallas area, let us come out and leave some different colors and sizes of our designer scrubs and you and all staff can try them on and see if you like them. If you like them you can buy them or if you don’t we will just pick them up a few days later.

cool designer scrubs

 Contact Jason Baird at 214-495-9858 or email me at if you are in Dallas and want to try on some cool designer scrubs!

Sunday, January 22, 2012 is a good place to evaluate doctors

here is an example listing in under plastic surgeon:

Friday, January 13, 2012

Info on Doctor Diane Gibby, Female Plastic Surgeon in Dallas, Texas

A short video to tell you more about Doctor Diane Gibby, using her web site, facebook and independent doctor rating web sites. Same time researching doctors with

Web Site of this Dallas Plastic Surgeon