Manboobs, Moobs, Bitch Tits. What’s In A Name?

You may have noticed that I don’t use “man boobs,” “moobs,” “bitch tits” terms in describing gynecomastia. Frankly, I find them to be offensive and insensitive, and I certainly don’t want to humiliate those who have such a burden to carry.

I would imagine that the terms are used so often because they are the keywords that rank high in everyday searches, and medical providers are interested in your business. Yet I have gained a strong and reputable following despite the fact that I don’t use those terms. You will find me organically when you search for gynecomastia because my materials and services are relevant and in demand worldwide. It’s nice to know that truth, sincerity and compassion still affect internet rankings. 

I have not only focused on the surgical treatment of gynecomastia, but the psychological issues related to the condition. I have advocated timely treatment in youth so that the mental burden doesn’t harden and scar over time.  My current research involves this psychology of gynecomastia — I want to fully understand and empathize with exactly what patients are suffering from and use this knowledge to find ways to best treat it. Is it possible to be completely “cured” of gynecomastia?

It really does make a big difference when your surgeon understands what you have been living with; this is what makes the Austin Gynecomastia Center the premier clinic worldwide. I hope you consider me as your surgeon for not only my surgical skill, but also my deep understanding and commitment to the elimination of gynecomastia. I want to thank all of my patients for teaching me about a not uncommon condition that can have serious side effects.