New Board Members Elected For ASAPS

Dr. Jennifer Walden was recently elected to the position of secretary for the ASAPS. The ASAPS is the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Dr. Walden is the first women to serve in this position on the Board. It is a great accomplishment in a career that is highly respected among her peers. Jennifer Walden practices plastic surgery at her Austin, Texas offices but she frequently makes appearances at speaking engagements around the country.

Dr. Walden is experienced in many facets of plastic surgery including rhinoplasty and reconstructive surgery. Her facility in Texas is outfitted with the latest technology in medicine and she is continually updating her education. She has been recognized with several awards over the years for her dedication to her craft. Her patients feel that she is compassionate and caring. Dr. Walden has also given her time to local charities in her area by providing free medical care to those who are less fortunate.

She is a member of several plastic surgery organizations and frequently guides them in the use of new medical equipment. Dr. Walden has had articles written about her in medical journals and has appeared on national television in regard to her industry. Jennifer has been nominated as Woman of the Year by the Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and was named runner up. She served her internship at New York’s Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital when she graduated medical school.

When performing her surgery on her patients, she conducts a thorough search of their history which includes medical conditions as well as their race and ethnicity. This gives her a better understanding of what the outcome of the surgery will be. This technique has allowed her to successfully treat thousands of patients with many more due to have surgery. She has also managed to treat patients who have had bad plastic surgery experiences and was able to repair damage that was done. Dr. Walden’s career is on an uphill climb and she doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. Her waiting list of patients continues to grow and many people seek her advice.