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Meet Dr. Morgan

The go-to doctor for patients on their weight-loss journey and overall well-being

Dr. Morgan is a sought-after doctor for patients who are interested in feeling and looking good, from
the inside out. He started out his education with an undergraduate degree in Biology at Brandeis
University, and completed his medical degree at Meharry Medical College. After training in orthopedic
surgery at the University of Arizona, he switched his focus to Bariatric Surgery. He has assisted in
countless weight loss surgeries, in addition to consulting new patients and providing guidance for post-
operative patients. Dr. Morgan also entered the field of aesthetic medicine, administering local
anesthesia for clients primarily receiving treatments for vitiligo camouflage procedures.

In 2020, Dr. Morgan partnered with his longtime friend and colleague to start their concierge medical
practice, offering COVID testing, telemedicine consultations, IV fluid therapy and vitamin injections to
a wide spectrum of clients. This was a pivotal service for patients, especially during the pandemic, when
these services were in high-demand as everyone wanted to be as healthy as possible.

Over the course of his time practicing medicine, Dr. Morgan has had the pleasure of meeting and
working with new and longtime patients alike. He finds it incredibly fulfilling to help patients achieve
their personal health pursuits to become the best version of themselves. This has an enduring positive
impact on their physical and emotional well-being as they feel they have a trusted doctor by their side
as they work on improving their health. He takes immense pride in providing quality, compassionate
care to his patients, which results in positive outcomes for all.

When Dr. Morgan is not busy helping clients with their health pursuits, he enjoys exercising regularly,
traveling, exploring the world around him, playing golf, cooking, visiting art exhibits, and capturing the
beauty in nature with his photography.

Education & Professional Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts
Brandeis University
(Major: Biology; Minor: Economics)

Doctor of Medicine
Meharry Medical College

Internship, General Surgery
University of Arizona

Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Arizona


California Medical License (A115901)
2011 – Present

Advanced Cardiac Life Support/
Basic Life Support/Pediatric Advanced Life Support

2011 – Present

DEA Certificate (Schedules 2, 2N, 3, 3N, 4, 5)
2011 – Present

Alma Laser VShape Training and Certification
2015 – Present

Certified Health Fitness Specialist
American College of Sports Medicine

2011 – 2013

Employment History
Co-owner—Your Best Life Medical Group
Los Angeles, CA
2020 – Current

Assistant Surgeon, Bariatric and Cosmetic—West Medical (formerly Lap Band VIP)
Tarzana, CA
2017 – Current

Supervising Physician, Lidocaine injections—MicroArt, Inc
Beverly Hills, CA
2018 – Current

Assistant Surgeon, Bariatric and Cosmetic—Beverly Hills Sunset Surgery Center
SkyLex Advanced Surgical Group
Santa Monica and Beverly Hills, CA
2013 – 2015

Lap Band Physician/Assistant Surgeon—LapBand VIP/Your Lap Band Centers
Tarzana, CA
2011 – 2012

Tucson Orthopaedic Institute
Tuczon, AZ
2009 – 2010

Resident Orthopaedic Surgeon—University of Arizona/University Medical Center
Tuczon, AZ
2006 – 2009

Volunteer, Emergency Room Patient Liaison—Nashville General Hospital
Nashville, TN
2003 – 2004

Teaching Assistant, Gross Anatomy—Meharry Medical College
Nashville, TN

Nashville, TN

Research Assistant/Project Manager—Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Department of Neonatology
Boston, MA
2000 – 2002

Administrative Office Assistant—HealthSouth/Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic
Los Angeles, CA
1997 – 1998
Tucson Orthopaedic Institute
Volunteer Research Assistant/Data Entry
August 2009 – July 2010

Tucson Orthopaedic Institute Spine Registry
This is an ongoing in-house study which began in 2006. SF-12 and Oswestry Disability Index – Back questionnaires are completed by all spine surgery patients preoperatively, 6 months postoperatively, and 2-5 years postoperatively. The aim of this project is to observe trends in patient outcomes and potentially generate further research hypotheses from these results.

Tucson Orthopaedic Institute
Patient Examiner
January 2010 – Present

Post-Approval Study of the LPS-Flexible Mobile Bearing Knee
Clinical Study Protocol #07-100


As a participant in this study, my duties involved performing range-of-motion, strength, and stability examinations on patients who were six years status post total knee arthroplasty with the Zimmer LPS Flexible Mobile Bearing Knee

Nashville General Hospital/Meharry Medical College
Research Assistant
April 2005 – May 2006

The Cost-Effective Management of Total Knee Infections


The aim of this study is to obtain information regarding several different surgical techniques used for eradicating infections of total knee arthroplasties. These techniques include arthroscopic lavage and long-term antibiotic therapy, open irrigation and debridement with prosthesis retention, single-stage prosthesis revision, and prosthesis removal with insertion of an antibiotic-impregnated spacer and secondary insertion of another spacer. The success rate of these procedures in eliminating infection and returning the patient to function as well as the cost-effectiveness of each procedure in the Nashville General Hospital population and the total cost of care are factors that are being evaluated. Ultimately, this information should aid in determining appropriate guidelines for efficient, effective care for treatment of infected total knees.

Research Assistant
May 2003 – August 2003

Community Scholars Program of the Center for Health Services


Involved in an Americorp-funded project that aimed to evaluated the extent of loneliness and social isolation of Nashville’s senior citizens, and to determine how many had access to, and were comfortable with using the internet. The ultimate objective was to develop a step-by-step, user-friendly computer/internet training guide for lonely senior citizens to use in order to enable them to engage in social interaction with others via the internet

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Department of Neonatology
Research Assistant/Project Manager
June 2000 – August 2002

Moderately Premature Infants Project


Multi-center study aiming to define new outcomes related to perinatal morbidity and their associated resources use, to define sample and effect sizes for future studies of perinatal morbidity, and identify future research priorities in perinatal care. The project also aimed to establish agreements between Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a major managed care organization

Dr. Morgan’s Most Requested Services

Injectables (Filler, Botox, etc.)
Weight Loss Management
MIcroneedling (Morpheus8)