Managing a medical group requires a significant amount of time and investment. However, with so many practices available to the public, many recognize that their community involvement is what sets a good team apart from a great one. Medical practitioners who are compassionate, courageous, and empathetic are often community ambassadors who can set an example for the community, whether this is through their corporate culture, their mission or their involvement in local charities.
Neinstein’s clinic is just one team that has put their dedication to the community into action. This article will explore their example in further detail below.
Who is Dr. Neinstein?
For those unfamiliar, Dr. Neinstein NYC holds membership status at the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Safety. Throughout his professional career, he has written the updated Liposuction safety and procedural guidelines for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He later became the founder of Neinstein Plastic Surgery in New York, New York, in 2013. This practice offers a range of surgical procedures, including liposculpting, the Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL), full-body makeovers, and the “Modern Mommy Makeover,” which targets areas affected by pregnancy and breastfeeding.
As the grandchild of Holocaust survivors, Ryan Neinstein was deeply motivated to serve others, quickly taking to medicine. It quickly became part of his mission as a doctor to specialize in surgery that would empower people to feel the best version of themselves. With a lofty mission like this, Dr. Neinstein’s office continues to extend its goals throughout its day-to-day interactions with a corporate culture built on moral excellence and its associated charity program, Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good program.
The “Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good” charity program aims to provide individuals in need with the resources and support necessary to improve their overall health and well-being and that of others. The program aims to promote the idea that taking care of oneself is not just a personal responsibility but also a way to give back to one’s community and positively impact the world.
Considering the first branch of this program, “look good,” one can identify the clear connection to Neinstein’s specialty plastic surgery. Plastic surgery can be a helpful tool for mothers who want to improve their appearance and feel more confident in their skin. For example, after giving birth, many mothers may experience changes to their bodies that they are unhappy with, such as sagging skin, stretch marks, or changes to the shape or size of their breasts.
Plastic surgery can help mothers address these concerns and restore their pre-pregnancy figures or even achieve the desired look they have always wanted.
Additionally, plastic surgery can help mothers feel more confident and self-assured, improving their overall well-being and quality of life. By helping mothers look good and feel good about themselves, plastic surgery can positively impact their mental health and self-esteem, as well as their relationships with their partners and families.
Moreover, Dr. Neinstein and his clinic believe that when people (mothers and anyone else) feel their best, they are in a place where they can extend themselves to helping others or “doing good.”
The third and final pillar in the program is doing good, which Dr. Neinstein’s team leads through example. Over the last couple of years, his team has worked with charities ranging from Animal Haven to The Release Recovery Foundation.
In early 2022, Dr. Neinstein and his team volunteered at the non-profit organization Animal Haven. Animal Haven aims to find homes for stray animals in the Tri-State area. When necessary, the foundation also provides behavior intervention to improve adoption chances. In 1967, they established an animal shelter in Manhattan. Since then, they have continued to provide programs that help to strengthen the bond between humans and animals.
Dr. Neinstein’s clinic donated their time to help clean animal areas and the rest of the facility, and their resources, forwarding donations to $3,000.
The Release Recovery Foundation
The “Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good” charity program hosted a SoulCycle charity ride on September 26th, 2021, at the SoulCycle location on 83rd Street in New York City. The event’s purpose was to raise funds for the Release Recovery Foundation. This non-profit organization helps individuals struggling with substance abuse and mental illness access professional treatment through scholarships.
Dr. Neinstein’s team donated all proceeds from the event to the foundation. As outlined by the Release Recovery Foundation, proceeds help to improve the lives of those affected by these issues in the community. The charity program team believes it is important to address the impact of substance abuse and mental illness to make a positive difference in the lives of those affected by these issues.
More Than a Medical Practice
These examples of community involvement make it clear that Neinstein Plastic Surgery is more than a medical practice. Rather, the clinic is an integral part of the New York community. Through their Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good program, Dr. Neinstein’s practice brings various principles of looking and feeling one’s best back to the community through the support of great causes. Although the charities may change, their goal remains the same: continue to use their team’s resources and innate abilities to bring about a positive change in the community.