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Moises A. Arriaga

Lecturer, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

HQ Phone:  (318) 675-5000

Email: m***@***.edu

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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

1501 Kings Hwy

Shreveport, Louisiana,71130

United States

Company Description

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans educates Louisiana's health care professionals. The state's health university leader, LSUHSC includes a School of Medicine, the state's only School of Dentistry, Louisiana's only public School of Public Health, and School...more

Background Information

Employment History

Medical Director of the Hearing and Balance Center

Allegheny General Hospital


President

Pittsburgh Ear Associates P.C


Assistant Professor of Surgery

Drexel University


President

Ear Research Foundation


Clinical Associate Professor of Otololaryngology

University of Pittsburgh


Physician

Surgical Specialty Centre


Affiliations

Neuro Kinetics Inc

Advisory Board


American College of Surgeons

Fellow


North American Skull Base Society

Member


American Otological Society

Fellow


American Neurotology Society

Member


American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery , Inc.

Fellow


Education

Otolaryngology and Neurotology

American Board of Otolaryngology


M.D. degree

Brown University


MBA

Alvernia College


Web References(59 Total References)


Dr. Metzinger, Plastic Surgeon Metairie

www.aestheticsurgical.com [cached]

Chairman,Fourth Annual Residents Research and Alumni Day, Moisés A. Arriaga, MD, FACS, Honored Guest Lecturer, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA, June 10, 2000.
Course Director,Aging Face 2001-Facial Rejuvenation for the Third Millennium, University of Tennessee and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2001.


www.businessreport.com

AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION: Moises Arriaga, the director of Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center's Hearing and Balance Center, can work in Pennsylvania, where he consults with sufferers of eardrum cancers, and balance problems related to the inner ear and similar neurotology maladies in Baton Rouge and elsewhere in south Louisiana through the growing use of telemedicine.
No sooner had ear surgeon Moises Arriaga moved to New Orleans after working in Pittsburgh than he evacuated ahead of Hurricane Katrina. "I hadn't even unpacked all my boxes," he says. "We ended up in the hill country in Texas for about a week or so. Fortunately, he still had a practice to return to up north, but the New Orleans native was committed to resettling. Thanks to the growth of the Internet in the past 15 or so years, Arriaga didn't have to sacrifice seeing patients through the LSU Health Sciences Center, where he is now director of the Hearing and Balance Center at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, formed in partnership with LSU after Katrina. While still occasionally working in Pennsylvania, Arriaga can consult with sufferers of eardrum cancers, balance problems related to the inner ear and similar neurotology maladies in Baton Rouge and elsewhere in south Louisiana through the growing use of telemedicine. Visiting a physician without actually being in the same room is an increasing reality. Although dial-a-doctor has a nice ring to it, the term telemedicine has become descriptive of how the medical world is embracing online access to specialists who do not necessarily have offices near their patients. That means faraway doctors can consult in real time through high-definition videoconferencing, even performing tests and operating diagnostic equipment remotely. At his clinic on the seventh floor of OLOL's Medical Plaza 1, Arriaga shows off several pieces of high-tech gear, including a Carl Zeiss binocular microscope and a handheld "video otoscope," which a technician aims into a patient's ear to reveal a closeup of all that transpires in there. As with so many innovations, necessity is the mother of invention, says Arriaga, who also sees patients at Earl K. Long Medical Center in Baton Rouge and at Lafayette and New Orleans hospitals, either in person or by telemedicine. Some procedures must be by hand, including cochlear implant surgery, which Arriaga performs to allow the deaf to hear with a prosthetic. But with telemedicine, much preliminary exam work can be done before he even meets a surgical patient in person. He notes that in his experience with telemedicine, patients actually tend to give higher marks for care involving an apparitional doctor seen on the Internet. "Forty percent of patients, the first time I shake their hand is in the holding area for surgery," he says, noting that their reaction often is, "'Gosh, you really do look like your TV image.'" He says a patient's family can sit in and watch an exam on the large PC monitor while the doctor walks everyone through what is happening during a test and what the results show. Scanning through MRI frames of the head of a patient while he or she watches the display gives a visceral understanding of physical conditions and their cures, Arriaga says. "The sky is the limit," he says. Arriaga says it took $400,000 to $500,000 to staff and equip the local hearing center, while Sharbaugh says Arriaga provided high-end audiology equipment for testing. Arriaga says it took $400,000 to $500,000 to staff and equip the local hearing center, while Sharbaugh says Arriaga provided high-end audiology equipment for testing.


EJGH - Newsroom

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Dr. Herbert Marks, senior surgeon and EJGH Otolaryngologist, and Dr. Moisés Arriaga, medical director of the implant team, are giving those who are severely hard of hearing the ability to hear.
At LSUHSC, Dr. Arriaga is professor of the department of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery and Dr. Marks is clinical professor.


EJGH - About Us

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Dr. Herbert Marks, senior surgeon and EJGH Otolaryngologist, and Dr. Moisés Arriaga, medical director of the implant team, are giving those who are severely hard of hearing the ability to hear. At LSUHSC, Dr. Arriaga is professor of the department of otolaryngology,head and neck surgery and Dr. Marks is clinical professor.


EJGH - Newsroom

www2.eastjeffhospital.org [cached]

Dr. Herbert Marks, senior surgeon and EJGH Otolaryngologist, and Dr. Moisés Arriaga, medical director of the implant team, are giving those who are severely hard of hearing the ability to hear.
At LSUHSC, Dr. Arriaga is professor of the department of otolaryngology—head and neck surgery and Dr. Marks is clinical professor.


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