Upcoming Live Chats with Emory Doctors

We hold live web chats with our Emory doctors on a regular basis to give our community an opportunity to interact in realtime with our physicians on the Web. Chats topics and doctors involved vary, so if you ever have a request for a new topic you'd like us to cover, you can let us know!

Summer Body Contouring ChatBody Contouring: Getting Ready for Summer | Dr. Felmont Eaves | Emory Aesthetic Center

With the warmer weather fast approaching, it's time to start trading in those hats and gloves for shorts and swimsuits. Body contouring can improve the shape of your body and tighten excess or loose skin. If the normal effects of aging or childbearing have made you wonder if a cosmetic body contouring procedure is right for you, join Emory Aesthetic Center plastic surgeon Dr. Felmont Eaves on Tuesday, March 10, at 12:00 p.m.as he walks you through both surgical and non-surgical options – including liposuction, tummy tucks, arm or thigh lifts and surgery after weight loss. Dr. Eaves will answer all of your questions to ensure you are confidently able to take the next step and be ready for summer.


PAD Leg Pain ChatPAD: What's Causing Your Leg Pain? | Dr. Gregory Robertson | Emory Heart & Vascular Center

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a commonly undiagnosed disease affecting about 8.5 million Americans. Symptoms vary from cramping in the lower extremities, as well as pain or tiredness in leg or hip muscles. According to the American Heart Association, many people mistake the symptoms of PAD for something else, which is why it can easily go undiagnosed. Having the correct diagnosis is important because people with PAD are at a higher risk of heart attack or stroke, and if untreated, PAD can lead to gangrene and amputation. Join us on Tuesday, March 24, at 12:00 p.m. for an interactive web chat entitled “What’s causing your leg pain?” Dr. Gregory Robertson will be available to answer questions and discuss various topics about PAD, including symptoms, diagnosis and misdiagnosis, prevention and treatment.


Varicose Veins ChatWhat Causes Varicose Veins or Spider Veins | Dr. Mark Rheudasil | Emory Vein Center

While it’s important to look your best, it’s also important to feel your best. Males, females, the young and the old. Varicose veins can affect anyone. So have you ever wondered what causes those unsightly bulges and twists to appear on your legs? Join us on Tuesday, April 14, at 12:00 p.m. for an interactive web chat discussing the causes of varicose veins and spider veins. Dr. Mark Rheudasil will be available to answer questions and discuss various topics, including the causes, prevention and treatment of varicose veins.