In the last century, medicine has undergone a radical change. Thanks to the efforts of pioneers and visionaries, doctors are now able to help patients in ways previously never thought possible. Patients who may have once faced problems such as medical conditions that pose a threat to lives or medical conditions that were once thought nearly incapable of treatment can now find medical help and even a cure. This is particularly true of the field of plastic surgery. Using new techniques, doctors have been able to offer their patients all kinds of help in many different and possibly unexpected ways. Skilled plastic surgeons can help a burn patient get skin grafts and recover motion in an affected limb or inject harmless material into a brow that can literally erase wrinkles. The hard work of such pioneers has helped patients look and feel better often after a single session with a surgeon.
Dr Rod Rohrich was born in a small town in North Dakota. Here, on the great plains of America, he started to hone his skills in the field of biology. As an undergraduate, Dr. Rod Rohrich earned his basic degrees from North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota. After graduation, Dr Rod Rohrich entered Baylor College of Medicine. Dr Rod Rohrich’s training here convinced him that the field of plastic surgery was the right field. His later training included the additional stints at Oxford University and Harvard University. Since then, he has devoted his time to medical training and advancing the field further.