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Cosmetic Surgeon Shares Expertise with Practitioners Worldwide

Cosmetic Surgeon Shares Expertise Worldwide 1West Midlands Hospital Cosmetic Surgeon Mr Dalvi Humzah has been outlining some of his key procedures to professionals at international and national conferences.

Mr Humzah has been sharing his expertise by hosting teaching workshops in London Manchester and Germany and he also delivered a presentation in Singapore to aesthetic doctors.

For the teaching sessions he joined forces with Dr Jurgen Frevert, the inventor of one of the leading botulinum toxins (Bocouture) in Manchester.

He then delivered a practical teaching session on Complication Management with Anatomy at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.

Overseas Mr Humzah delivered anatomy teaching at the bi-annual Aesthetic Practitioners Meeting in Dusseldorf where he presented 3D anatomy dissections videos which were filmed last year.

He then went on to present Anatomy and Complication Management of injectable treatments in Singapore to aesthetic doctors.

During his time in Singapore Mr Humzah was interviewed by the local radio station about the importance of anatomy in delivering injectable cosmetic treatments.

The latest trips add to conferences and teaching sessions he has delivered in France, Poland, Singapore and Hong Kong since the beginning of the year.

Mr Humzah is based at West Midlands Hospital in Halesowen and also has a private practice, Plastic and Dermatological Surgery (PDS).

He is an expert in cosmetic surgery, reconstructive surgery, cosmetic breast surgery and facial surgery and delivers these procedures on a weekly basis at the private hospital.

He also provides non-surgical treatments such as laser therapy and treatments to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Mr Humzah is a key opinion leader for the aesthetic sector and teaches and lectures regularly on his field of expertise, nationally and internationally.

Mr Humzah said: “These latest national and international teaching sessions and conferences were the latest in a busy schedule.

“They are a great way of highlighting different aesthetic techniques and procedures which can help other practitioners.

“When I attend these events I always spread the word about West Midlands Hospital and the surgical and non surgical treatments I offer there and it’s the place I call ‘home’.”

In December Mr Humzah was crowned Aesthetic Medical Practitioner of the Year which added to the Best Training Programme category prize he won at the My Face My Body Awards 2016 in November

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