ROD ROHRICH IN HIGH DEMAND WORLDWIDE
The year of 2018 has started with a bang for Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, MD, FACS. The Dallas-based plastic surgeon is involved in no less than three major conferences just in the first two months of this year. The year began with a speaking engagement at both the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium in Miami and the Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting. The third conference he attended was Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting.
Why is Dr. Rohrich in such high demand? The answer is simple. He is known world-wide for his expertise in plastic surgery and is arguably one of the best plastic surgeons in the United States. Dr. Rohrich has been practicing medicine for over 20 years. During this time, he has served in numerous capacities and roles. He has been a Visiting Professor to more than 150 national and worldwide countries and has presented in excess of 1500 lectures on all areas of plastic surgery. In addition, Dr. Rohrich has devoted his time to various Boards of Directors.
Dr. Rohrich received his extensive education and training from schools such as the University of North Dakota, North Dakota State University, Baylor University College of Medicine, University of Michigan Medical Center and finally at Oxford University. In 1986, he was awarded membership to the Division of Plastic Surgery at UT Southwestern.
Dr. Rohrich has published several hundred peer review articles on various aspects of plastic surgery. Good Housekeeping Magazine named him one of the best doctors in America. He is currently serving a President of the Association of Academic Chairman of Plastic Surgery. He holds a patent on a new breast implant technique as well as being responsible for utilizing new and unprecedented plastic surgery technology.
A generous giver, Dr. Rohrich had been involved with serval national charities and organizations over the years, including March of Dimes and Dallas for Children Foundation. In addition, as part of the Rod J. Rohrich MD Foundation, Dr. Rohrich yearly hand picks a student to mentor and support in his home state of North Dakota.