Sciton Announces Women’s Health Clinical Review Board

Sciton, a manufacturer of laser and light systems in the medical and aesthetics market, has announced the creation of a Women’s Health Clinical Review Board (CRB) as part of its Women's Health Group division. The board includes specialists in Obstetrics/Gynecology, Urology/Gynecology, Dermatology and Plastic Surgery, who have been leaders in the women’s health field and medical laser. Each specialty contributes their expertise in female pelvic conditions including issues with vulvar skin, sexual health well-being, and bringing clinical laser applications to the forefront.

CRB members, who will meet monthly to discuss and act on topics related to reviewing and optimizing clinical outcomes, interpreting and disseminating translational data, and serving as mentors to Sciton Center of Excellence sites, include:

Johnny Peet, MD, FACOG, Woodlands Gynecology & Aesthetics, The Woodlands, TX.

Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Surgery
Peter Castillo, MD, FACOG, Women's Pelvic Health Institute, Los Gatos, CA.
Michael Coyle, DO, ACOOG, AOBOG, FPMRS, Coyle Institute, Pensacola, FL.
Nathan Guerette, MD, FACOG, FPMRS, The Female Pelvic Medicine Institute, Richmond, VA.
Kevin Stepp, MD, FACOG, FPMRS, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, NC.

Urology and Female Pelvic Surgery
Michael Kennelly, MD, FACS, FPMRS, Professor, University of North Carolina; Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, NC.

Mary Gail Mercurio, MD, FAAD, Professor, University of Rochester Medical Center, NY Dermatology and Ob/Gyn Departments.
Chris Robb, MD, PhD, FAAD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University, TN; Skin and Allergy Center, Springhill, TN.

Plastic Surgery
A. Jay Burns, MD, Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, Dallas, TX.

"Sciton and The Women's Health Group are passionately committed to collaborating and partnering with physicians whose clinical leadership roles have advanced procedures and technology in women's health. Our vision together will be ongoing support to further best practices and standards of care while finding new treatment options for women who have endured these conditions," states Aaron Burton, vice president, Women's Health Group at Sciton.

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