Wendy

Spring 2011 - Volume 15 Number 2

 

Wendy

"Wendy"

bronze sculpture

Avron Daniller, MD, FACS, FRCS

The model, Wendy, is Dr Daniller's muse: a physiotherapist at the Woodland Hills Medical Center in California. Dr Daniller is a former Chief of Plastic Surgery at the Woodland Hills Medical Center and is a Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of Southern California. Sculpture is one of Dr Daniller's hobbies. While it is in our DNA as Americans to have well-documented scientific principles guide our medical and surgical practice, reconstruction plastic surgeons have for long known the importance of the guiding hand and touch of the therapist such as Wendy, in helping to achieve good results.

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