More than 10 years in clinical practice. Point of interest in medical field: Varicose Veins, Peripheral arterial disease, Aortic Aneurysm and Chronic wound.
Martin Anthony Villa, MD
Francisco M. Peralta, Jr., MD
Medical School: University of Santo Tomas Faculty of medicine and surgery 1985 Residency Training: General Surgery – UST Hospital 1995 Fellowship Training: Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery – Philippine Heart Center 1999 Subspecialty training: Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery – Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio, USA Presently an active staff in the Varicose vein Center of St. Luke’s Medical Center Quezon City and Global City, chief of the Varicose Vein Center in University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center Las Pinas. Years of practice: 15 years, specialty practice mainly focused in Adult Cardiac, Pediatric Cardiac and Congenital Heart Surgery, Thoracic and Vascular » » » [Read more]
Grichelle Jumalon Guillano, MD, FPDS, FPSVI
Dr. Grichelle Jumalon Guillano is a certified dermatologist at Ospital ng Kabataan ng Dipolog in Zamboanga del Norte Philippines. She specializes on clinical and aesthetic treatment of skin, hair and nail diseases; also includes consultations on skin care and enhancements like botox treatment, fillers, body contouring by cavitational ultrasounds, radiofrequency, Lasers/IPL treatment, chemical and diamond peels.
Suzanne 'Zein' Manalo, MD
Dra. Suzanne Manalo finished her Medical Degree at the University of the Philippines College of Medicine. She continued her training and specialized in Dermatology at the Philippine General Hospital. At present she has clinics in Sta. Ana and in San Fernando, Pampanga. She was an affiliate dermatologist at the House of Obagi SM San Fernando for 3 years. She caters to diseases of the skin, hair and nails, including treatment of varicose veins (sclerotherapy), and cosmetic procedures (botox, fillers, chemical peels, and lasers).
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