eHealth Radio: It’s not all the same

Renown Miami Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Adam Rubinstein is an award winning, board certified plastic surgeon well regarded for his outstanding work and cutting edge non-invasive and surgical plastic surgery procedures for women and men joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel. He is a well-known and outspoken patient advocate and is not afraid to speak out about botched plastic surgery, unsafe conditions and questionable clinics related to patient deaths. Dr. Rubinstein is passionate about his mission to educate the public about plastic surgery
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein

Simon Ourian Plastic Surgery EXPOSED!

Simon Ourian is a self proclaimed plastic surgeon in the Beverley Hills, California area endorsed by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and others. Simon Ourian is the subject of a defamation claim on Local Miami Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Adam Rubinstein. Click the link to read more.

Ocala Live with Dr. Rubinstein on Surgery During the Pandemic

Dr. Rubinstein discusses the uptick in plastic surgery and elective procedures during the pandemic. The remote work environment is giving people the extra time and privacy to get surgeries done that they may have been thinking of doing for a long time. Listen to the full interview below.

When Honesty and Integrity Matter Most in Plastic Surgery

Dr. Rubinstein is a passionate patient advocate who believes that keeping up with the appropriate medical training and following the highest standards for patient safety is just as important as giving them the best cosmetic results. He is very public about educating his existing patients and his social media followers about doing their research on the doctor and making sure they have the right certifications before they sign up for invasive procedures. There are many doctors in the community who, although are certified medical doctors, they don’t have the proper training to perform plastic surgery. Dr. Rubinstein talks to Resident Magazine about how he continuously educates patients about what certifications matter the most and what terms you should look out for on a doctor’s resume. Read the Full Article Here Get the Full October Issue Here

Getting Plastic Surgery During The Pandemic

Adam Rubinstein, MD, FACS comments on the newfound luxury people now have as many have transitioned to a work from home environment. This allows people to have a surgical procedure that they may have been thinking of getting for a long time but never found an ideal time to do it. Many patients that are now working from home are able to recover more comfortably and be more discreet about their decision to get plastic surgery. Listen to the full interview on Ehealth Radio “Plastic Surgery and The Pandemic”.

Helping a woman who received life threatening butt injections

One & Only Investigation reports on a woman who is trying to recover from a botched procedure on her buttocks. The patient turns to Dr. Rubinstein for help in repairing the physical and emotional damage. Adam J Rubinstein, MD FACS warns patients of the importance of doing your homework on a doctor and procedure before receiving treatment. Unqualified doctors and medical procedures that are not approved by the FDA can lead to serious medical conditions that many insurance companies will not cover to repair.

Daddy Do-Overs, what they are and who should do them

Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein, an award winning plastic surgeon whose skills are sought out by patients from around the world joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to discuss Daddy Do-Overs.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Adam J. Rubinstein discuss the following:

  • What exactly is a Daddy Do-over?
  • What procedures are most popular with men and why?
  • Are there any particular age or health restrictions?
  • What should one look for when choosing a Plastic Surgeon?What do you provide to help people know what they will look like after procedures?

Listen to the interview here

With Covid-19, medical specialists’ practices changed

At the UM-NSU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, the hands-on experiences the therapists typically have with children, described as knee-to-knee because of how physically close the practitioners are to their patients, has gone remote.

The therapists, consisting of graduate students, are now coaching parents to provide services to their children they otherwise would be receiving at the center. Read the full article on Miami Today.