In all I’ve seen about breast cancer awareness, there is not enough said about the very difficult decisions women who are diagnosed with breast cancer must make. One of these is how to treat the breast surgically. Women either undergo
Not your usual doctor’s office. No man in a suit. Not even a white coat. Let’s face it, walking into a doctor’s office can be intimidating. From the first interaction with someone sitting behind a counter, or worse, behind a glass sliding window,
Constipation is a common, but manageable, post-operative occurrence. Narcotic pain medications slow down the intestinal peristalsis, your body’s way of moving food through your gut. While the muscle movement slows, the transfer of water across the intestine (the way nutrients
The immediate two weeks following surgery is a critical time for healing. During that time, wound healing is disorganized. Scars are just beginning to knit together, and are far from full strength. Tissues easily swell and bleed, which can delay
For patients visiting the office, please be aware that we need you to call 248-885-8858 from your car prior to entering the building. We are staggering entry into our office. If you are asked to wait, you will be given
Join me on Fridays at noon for my Free Friday Webinar series: The Girlfriend's Guide to Wellness and Plastic Surgery. Each webinar is designed to be informational and interactive. You can join using this link for all of the webinars. March
Dr. DeLuca-Pytell featured on Fox 2 Detroit and WXYZ encouraging other doctors to donate surplus medical supplies.
I had the pleasure of speaking with both Amy Lange of Fox 2 News and Andrea Isom of WXYZ Action News to help spread the word about doctors helping doctors fighting coronavirus on the front lines. Watch here for Fox 2