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Chicago Cosmetic Surgery Center Introduces Lipo Lifestyle Program

He takes a full circle approach with his patients who come seeking 'life changing' services such as liposculpture to chisel, sculpt and smooth the body. But Dr. Lack doesn't stop there. His patients also participate in fitness and nutrition counseling as part of the program.

"I practice what I preach, I want my liposculpture patients to take a healthy lifestyle approach. liposculpture is not a quick fix and is something that requires full dedication from the patient well after the surgery in order to maintain the results," said Lack.

MetropolitanMD, Chicago's premiere cosmetic surgery center, introduced today its Lipo Lifestyle program that includes an expert nutritionist and a fitness specialist as part of the program.

"Combining liposculpture surgery with the continued guidance of nutritionist and personal trainer is unique to my practice. We are the only cosmetic surgeons in Chicago, possibly the United States that offers this type of blended lifestyle makeover from a private practice," said Lack.

"My goal is for our patients to succeed in looking and feeling their best," said Lack. "While I am sure my fellow colleagues would agree that a nutrition and fitness plan should be part of a patient's follow up, we are going above and beyond and offering a complete program to support my patients."

Teaming up with MetropolitanMD for the Lipo Lifestyle Program is Nutritionist JoEllen Kaufman M.S., L.D.N.. Kaufman specializes in teaching people how to improve their health-life choices for more than 20 years and is the founder and executive director of Heath Pro Plus For the fitnessregiment, Chicago-based personal trainer Arturas will be working one on one training MetropolitanMD's lipo patients in the post recovery.

"We are thrilled to put this team together and offer our patients the resources that have the most positive long term outcome from the elective liposculpture procedures, said Lack.

About MetropolitanMD

MetropolitanMD is Chicago's premier cosmetic surgery center, offering a diverse blend of traditional cosmetic surgery services along with the latest in non-invasive cosmetic procedures as well as hair restoration. MetropolitanMD is the only Chicago practice featuring three doctors that are all double board certified in complementing areas of specialization.

MetropolitanMD is on the cutting-edge in the cosmetic services industry and partners Dr. Edward Lack and Dr. John Rachel are committed to continually evolving their list of services and techniques to offer patients the very best in the realm of plastic surgery.
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About Dr. Edward Lack

Certified in Dermatologic Cosmetic Surgery by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery and Dermatology by the American Board of Dermatology, Dr. Edward Lack was named president elect of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery in January 2006. He also serves as acting chairman of oral examinations for the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery.

Lack received his medical degree from the University of Missouri and studied dermatology at the University of Illinois. He trained with renowned physicians including: Dr. Gary Fenno, known as the father of modern cosmetic surgery; Dr. Jeffrey Klein, known as the father of liposculpture; and Dr. Pierre Fournier, co-inventor of liposuction and lipofilling techniques.

Noted as one of the developer of the "weekend facelift," Lack is a renowned dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon, and noted trailblazer in the areas of tumescent and laser-assisted liposculpture. He can often be found teaching his expert techniques to other physicians and aspires to dedicate more and more time mentoring and consulting with his peers.

Lack's unparalleled expertise includes travels to Europe, where he evaluated ultrasonic lipos culture as a member of the delegation of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. Lack also co-authored "Liposuction and Patient Safety," published in the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery. What is on the horizon for Dr. Lack? His dream is to write a book highlighting the tried and true advances in cosmetic dermatology.