What to Expect After You're Done Expecting
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What to Expect After You're Done Expecting: Your guide to all the weird things having a baby does to your body
Book Description
Pregnancy is a magical experience—but it can also be overwhelming and cause your body to do some truly bizarre things. While most texts focus on your developing baby’s health, it’s also important to get the low-down on what to expect from your own body when you’re expecting—and after the baby arrives. This head-to-toe guide was created by Dr. Paul Parker to give you the 411 on what to expect along the way.
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Paramus, NJ
Author bio
Paul M. Parker, MD is the Medical Director of the Parker Center in Paramus, New Jersey. He has over 25 years of surgical experience and is renowned for his quality surgical results and his unwavering commitment to patient satisfaction. Dr. Parker has been selected as one of the top surgeons in his field by Consumer’s Research Council of America and has been named in Castle Connolly’s registry of “America’s Cosmetic Doctors.”He also received the Patients’ Choice Award, an honor given to physicians who have received near perfect scores as voted by their patients. Dr. Parker served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at New York University Medical Center. Dr. Parker and his highly educated and caring staff are dedicated to providing their patients with the highest quality plastic surgery experience possible. Dr. Parker’s three-pronged practice philosophy is thorough patient education, maximum safety, and superior patient care. His team of dedicated professionals endeavors everyday to make this philosophy a reality. This integrated team approach is pervasive throughout the Parker Center and involves the entire staff from the front desk and medical team to the aestheticians and massage therapists. Dr. Parker’s patients repeatedly say how pleased they are with their surgical results and treatment given by this group of highly trained individuals who truly care about their well-being.
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