David Parizh, DO

David Parizh, DO

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Dr. David Parizh

David Parizh, DO

Dr. David Parizh joined New York Plastic Surgical Group, a Division of Long Island Plastic Surgical Group in the fall of 2021. Offering a full range of reconstructive and cosmetic surgical procedures, Dr. Parizh specializes in acute adult and pediatric burns, scars, and complex reconstructive wounds, as well as aesthetic procedures including body contouringrhinoplasty, and surgical and non-surgical facial rejuvenation. He currently holds the title of interim Director of the Burn Center and is a member of the Hyperbaric and Wound Integrity administration at Nassau University Medical Center. Additionally, Dr. Parizh is also the Director of Hyperbaric Medicine(HBOT) at Nassau University Medical Center.

As a proud New York City native, Dr. Parizh earned his undergraduate degree from CUNY Hunter College. He then went on to receive his medical school training from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at NYIT with an M.S. in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. He has residency and fellowship training in fields of General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, and Burn Surgery. Throughout his career Dr. Parizh has trained in top-tier academic institutions including New York University, New York Presbyterian, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and Shriners of Cincinnati. Prior to joining NYPS Group, he also spent several months training with internationally recognized authorities in facial rejuvenation and preservation rhinoplasty in San Francisco. During that time, he studied advanced techniques including deep plane face lifting, fat grafting, neck liftingbrow lifting, and preservation rhinoplasty.

Dr. David Parizh

Dr. Parizh also brings with him a range of domestic and international public health experience. In addition to serving as a member of the American Burn Association Reconstructive Committee, he has also visited multiple burn centers in Eastern Africa and participated in work in both the Philippines and China.

With a focus on compassion, integrity, and excellence, Dr. Parizh is committed to establishing individually tailored treatment plans that offer the best long-term results for his patients. He is fluent in Russian and proficient in Spanish.
In his free time Dr. Parizh likes to cook and bake. His current goal is to learn how to make pasta from scratch. He also enjoys yoga, biking, traveling, and spending quality time with his two boys.

Meet Dr. Parizh

5 Star Patient Rating

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Dr. Parizh was a real pleasure to work with. He has outstanding bedside manners and has great skill in the OR. And he truly cares for his patients care beyond just the surface.

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Education

  • 2007-2012: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at NYIT; Old Westbury, NY – Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • 2010-2011: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at NYIT; Old Westbury, NY – Master of Science, Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine
  • 2003-2007: CUNY Hunter College, New York, NY – Bachelor of Science

Training

  • 2021: Marten Clinic of Plastic Surgery Facial Aesthetic Fellowship
  • 2018-2021: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine; Cincinnati, OH – Resident, Plastic, Reconstructive, Hand and Burn Surgery
  • 2017-2018: New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center; New York, NY– Fellow, Burn Surgery
  • 2016-2017: New York University School of Medicine (Brooklyn) Program; Brooklyn, NY – Chief Resident, General Surgery
  • 2013-2016: New York University School of Medicine (Brooklyn) Program; Brooklyn, NY – General Surgery Residency
  • 2012-2013: New York University School of Medicine (Brooklyn) Program; Brooklyn, NY – Surgical Internship

Public Health Experience

  • Founder and President of The Parizh Foundation established in 2018
    Mission to strengthen the capacity of the people to meet the challenges of access to quality healthcare
  • Tanzania — January 2018
    Visited multiple Burn centers throughout the country including KCMC, Weil Bugando, Sekou-Torre, and Muhimbili. Participated in efforts to promote WHO Global Burn Registry, as well as clinical and surgical care
  • Philippine American Group of Educators and Surgeons; Manila, Philippines — February 2016
    Mission trip with P.A.G.E.S to Tarlac Province in Philippines. Assisted in cleft lip and palate surgeries. Partook in burn and facial deformity reconstructive surgeries. Participated in patient screening and general workflow organization. Independently performed minor General Surgery procedures. Created promotional video to fundraise for P.A.G.E.S and The Face Charity (https://vimeo.com/156064340)
  • Peking University First Hospital, Beijing, China — 2008
    Observed and assisted on General Surgery, Medical and Traditional Chinese Medicine Service

Honors & Awards

  • 2019: Best in Category: Development of an Acute Kidney Injury Evaluation Tool American Burn Association 51st Annual Meeting; Las Vegas, NV
  • 2017: Caring for Health Quality and Research Award, NYU Lutheran; Brooklyn, NY
  • 2010-2011: Academic Medicine Scholarship, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at NYIT; Old Westbury, NY
  • 2005: STOCS Grant, CUNY Hunter; New York, NY

Professional Associations / Affiliations

  • American Burn Association Reconstructive Committee Member, 2021-present
  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Resident Member, 2018-present
  • International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Resident Member, 2018-present
  • Candidate Member of American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 2018-present
  • American College of Surgeons, 2014-present
  • American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, 2012-present
  • American Osteopathic Association, 2007-present

Published
Manuscripts

  • Parizh D, Effendi M, et.al. Assessing the Quality and Reliability of Patient Information Regarding First-Aid for Acute Burns on YouTube. Journal of Burn Care and Research. Vol 42, Issue 2, March/April 2021; 228-231
  • Parizh D, Kumar S, Meytes V. Major abdominal surgery in a patient with a metallic heart valve – balancing risks of thromboembolic events and perioperative bleeding. Dig Med Res 2018; 1:4
  • Parizh D, Meytes V, Patel A. Single-institutions experience with acute kidney injury in the brain injury population. AME Med J 2018;3:59
  • Parizh D, Rizvi SAR, Ascher E, Hingorani A. Hybrid approach with endovascular and open surgical techniques for challenging aneurysms. Vascular. 2018 Jan
  • Lim D, Parizh D, Meytes V, Kopatsis A. Surgical emergency: rupture of infected brachial artery pseudoaneurysm. BMJ Case Rep. 2017 Jun 21;2017
  • Victory K, Meytes V, Parizh D, Ferzli G, Nemr R. Co-existent appendicitis and cholecystitis. Ann Laparosc Endosc Surg 2017;2:54
  • Ebrom P, Parizh D, Hajdu CH, Gadangi P. Paget’s disease of the anus masking a mixed adenoneuroendocrine tumour of the rectum. BMJ Case Rep. 2017 Feb 14;2017
  • Parizh D, Ascher E, Raza Rizvi SA, Hingorani A, Amaturo M, Johnson E. Quality improvement initiative: Preventative Surgical Site Infection Protocol in Vascular Surgery. Vascular. 2017 Jan 1:1708538117719155
  • Bain K, Parizh D, Kopatsis A, Kilaru R. Mangled extremity: to salvage or not to salvage? BMJ Case Rep. 2016 Dec 30;2016
  • Parizh D, Victory J, Rizvi SA, Hingorani A, Ascher E. Treatment of upper extremity venous aneurysms with a polytetrafluoroethylene-covered stent. Vascular. 2016 Dec 2
  • Nicoara M, Parizh D, Meytes V, Kopatsis A. Penetrating injury to the cardiac box and the deadly dozen. BMJ Case Rep. 2016 Nov 29
  • Parizh D, Meytes V, Kopatsis A. Role of diagnostic laparoscopy in penetrating anterior abdominal wall trauma. BMJ Case Rep. 2016 Oct 14
  • D. Parizh, I. Parizh, C. Kuwata, G. Glinik, and A. Kopatsis. Traumatic Brain Injury: Bolus Versus Continuous Infusion of 3% Hypertonic Saline. Int Surg: July-August 2016, Vol. 101, No. 7-8, pp. 361-366

Abstracts and
Poster
Presentations

  • Keeping up with Dr. Google: When Are Patients Seeking First-Aid Burn Resources? American Burn Association 52nd Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL 3/2020
  • Parizh, D, Houng A. Treatment of Non-Life Threatening Burns: How can we facilitate patient counseling on donor site selection? American Burn Association 51st Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 4/2019
  • Parizh D, Gallager JJ, et.al Development of an Acute Kidney Injury Evaluation Tool. American Burn Association 51st Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 4/2019
  • Parizh D, Houng A, et.al Full thickness Burn Injury Following Laser-Assisted Liposuction. American Burn Association 50th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL 04/2018
  • Parizh D, Gallager JJ, et.al. A pediatric Burn Unit in Sub-Saharan Africa. American Burn Association 50th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL 04/2018
  • Liu, S., Meytes, V., Parizh, D., Kilaru, M. Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatogram (ERCP) Stent Occlusion After Sphincterotomy Due to Bleeding and Clot Formation. SAGES 2018 Poster Presentation, Seattle, WA
  • Bain, K., Meytes, V., Parizh, D., Kumar, S. Splenic Abscess Arising After Routine Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. SAGES 2018 Poster Presentation, Seattle, WA
  • A Proposed Protocol to Decrease Wound Complications Following Lower Extremity. D.Parizh, E.Johnson, A.Rizvi, H.Hingorani, E.Ascher. Vascular; December 2016
  • Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Houston, Texas, 03/2017 – Cecal Volvulus Secondary to Bladder Sling, Video Loop selection for conference
  • Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Houston, Texas, 03/2017 – Ileosigmoid Knot: A Rare Pediatric Surgical Emergency
  • Treatment of an Upper Extremity Venous Aneurysm Using a Covered Stent. D.Parizh, A.Rizvi, J.Victory, H.Hingorani, E.Ascher. Vascular; December 2016
  • Analysis of fluoroscopy use during endovascular procedures in order to improve radiation safety. J.Victory, A. Zholanji, L.Velez, D.Parizh, A.Hingorani, E.Ascher. Vascular; December 2016
  • NYU Lutheran Research, Brooklyn, 05/2016 – Decreasing Time to Treatment with Hypertonic Saline in Traumatic Brain Injury Patient Population
  • NYU Lutheran Research, Brooklyn, 05/2015 – Hypertonic Saline: Bolus vs Continous Infusion?
  • SRC Family Kinases Regulate Renal Epithelial Cell Paracellular Permeability. D.Parizh, J.Axis MS, S. Jaggi, K.Amsler, JAOA, Vol 110, No 8; August 2010
  • Src Family Kinases Mediate both Maintenance and Hydrogen Peroxide-Induced Increase of Paracellular Permeability in Renal Epithelial Cells. D.Parizh, D. Janosevic, S.Jaggi, J.Axis, K.Amsler. The American Society for Cell Biology; January 2011

Podium Presentation National / International Conferences

  • American Burn Association 52nd Annual Meeting. Virtual Meeting 7/2020 – Assessing the Quality and Reliability of Patient Information Regarding First-Aid for Acute Burns on YouTube
  • Plastic Surgery The Meeting. Chicago, IL September 2018.– Full Thickness Burn Injuries Following Laser Assidted Liposuction: Is formal Aesthetic Surgery Training Associated with Decreased Procedural Morbidity
  • 25th International Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES). June 2017. Frankfurt, Germany– Cecal Volvulus Secondary to Bladder Sling, Video Presentation (https://vimeo.com/125107469)
  • VEITH Symposium. November 17th, 2016. New York, New York – A Proposed Protocol to Decrease Wound Complications Following Lower Extremity

Benchwork
Research

  • New York College of Osteopathic Medicine at NYIT; Old Westbury, NY — 2010-2011
    K. Amsler Ph.D., Associate Dean of Research
    Biomedical Science Department at NYCOM
    Conducted research on the signaling pathways involved in the control of tight junctions. Participated and led weekly journal club meetings. Collaborated on ongoing research projects
    M. Plummer MD
    Biomedical Science Department at NYCOM
    Designed and conducted a research project exploring the body distribution pattern of the histological variants of seborrheic keratosis
  • CUNY Hunter College; New York, NY — 2006-2007
    D.R. Mootoo Ph.D.
    Department of Chemistry – Organic Chemistry
    Conducted research centered on the synthesis of natural compounds. Conceptualized and identified synthesis schemes, procedures, and experimental procedures

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