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Amy Dugas Rose
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Getting Body Back After Baby Topic of UPMC ‘Alive and Well’ Presentation

PITTSBURGH, April 19, 2010 – For many women, pregnancy can take its toll on their bodies. For those wishing to learn more about how a combination of plastic surgery procedures, commonly known as a “mommy makeover,” can help, the UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center is sponsoring an “Alive and Well” presentation titled “Get Your Body Back After Baby.”

The two-hour program begins at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 28, in the auditorium on the zero level of Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, 300 Halket St. Free parking will be available in the hospital’s parking garage. To register and for more information, call 1-800-533-UPMC (8762).

Part of a series of plastic surgery “Alive and Well” presentations, “Get Your Body Back After Baby” will be led by Kenneth Shestak, M.D., professor of surgery in the division of plastic surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and co-director of the UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center. Dr. Shestak will explain how plastic surgery after childbearing can help patients look and feel their best, and attendees will have the opportunity to have their questions answered by plastic surgeons.

“Alive and Well” is a series of free health education presentations offered at various locations in the Pittsburgh area. The programs are presented by UPMC physicians and specialists to the general public.

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