Dr. Padilla is widely recognized for his surgical activity Minimally Invasive Thoracic specific thoracoscopy in patients with severe excessive sweating called hyperhidrosis.
A leader in Mexico and Latin America in sympathectomy (surgical procedure indicated for the treatment of hyperhidrosis) by disabling sweating (Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy Bilateral) with more than 700 cases in 13 years evaluating and operating patients with significant sweating hands, armpits, feet and abnormal facial flushing.
He has participated, with the experience gained in Mexico, in several conferences of an international character, Venezuela, Argentina and recently Barcelona, Spain.
His constant concern of development and knowledge has implemented new techniques of correction in thoracic defects as pectus excavatum (sunken chest deformity) and carinatum (sobrecreciemiento chest) in adolescents and adults.
He graduated from the Military Medical School and subspecialty in the Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, United States. He was a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians in 2011.
From 2010 to date is a Member of the Mexican Society of Thoracic Surgeons General and Founder of the Mexican Institute of CHEST, a private organization for the care of Thoracic Surgical pathology from 2013.
15 years also forms part of societies and medical equipment ABC and updated to serve on any of the Angeles Hospital Medical Center Group Credentials.
For more information on Dr. Padilla and specific ailments visit the sites:
Facebook Hyperhidrosis and Thoracic Surgery
Facebook Mexican Institute of Chest
Mexican Canal Chest Institute
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