Tamy M. Faierman. The Premier Female Plastic Surgeon in Weston.
“In a world where people are living longer, I want to empower my patients to embrace
conscious aging, moving them away from the idea of “anti-aging” and toward a more integrated
mind, body, and soul approach to beauty and wellness that’s focused on self-care and self-love.”
Dr. Tamy M. Faierman
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Founder, Tamy M. Faierman’s Holistic Spa & Wellness Center
Board-certified and in practice for over 25 years, Tamy M. Faierman, M.D., is leading the conversation on redefining beauty and conscious aging as South Florida’s premier “holistic” plastic surgeon. Integrating cutting edge treatments with holistic techniques and healing modalities both pre- and post-surgery, Dr. Faierman works to take care of the individual in a comprehensive way, taking a personalized and integrated approach to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery that’s focused on achieving both inner and outer beauty.
Born in Israel to parents from South America, raised in New York City, and fluent in English, Spanish, Hebrew and French, Dr. Faierman’s multicultural journey has helped shape both her practice and wellness philosophy. In many ways, Dr. Faierman’s approach to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery has been a reflection of her global mindset, allowing her to integrate traditional healing techniques from around the world with her extensive medical training and expertise.
As a natural extension of this vision, Dr. Faierman founded the Tamy M. Faierman Holistic Spa and Wellness Center in Weston, Florida. The spa and wellness center fosters personal transformation— combining the best of Eastern and Western medicine to advance self-discovery and embrace total body well-being. The spa and wellness center features a meditation room, holistic facials, herbal teas and tinctures, clean beauty products, and integrates ancient healing practices like acupuncture, lymphatic drainage and Reiki. Dr. Faierman also works closely with trusted practitioners to address the full spectrum of her patients’ needs— from holistic aestheticians to nutritionists to life coaches.
Dr. Faierman received her Bachelor of Science magna cum laude from the State University of New York at Albany. She went on to earn a medical degree from The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, NY, completing her training in General Surgery, with a fellowship in Microsurgery and a residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at New York’s prestigious Montefiore Medical Center, University Hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, the Broward County Medical Association, the Florida Medical Association, and the Florida Society of Plastic Surgery.
As a thought leader and trailblazer in the conscious aging movement, Dr. Faierman regularly writes, lectures, and hosts events on topics related to redefining beauty and wellness from her unique vantage point as a holistically minded plastic surgeon. In addition to her busy professional life, Dr. Faierman enjoys spending time with her five children, and participating in local volunteer and philanthropic work that aims to support growing and strengthening a healthy and well community for all.
She has published several articles that can found on her website.
"Effects of Pulsed Magnetic Energy on a Microsurgically Transferred Vessel.” Roland, MD, Ferder, MS, Kothuru, MD, Faierman, MD, Strauch, MD. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 105: 1371, 2000.
"Accelerated Nerve Regeneration Using Cultured Schwann Cells in a Rabbit Autogenous Venous Nerve Conduit Model.” Faierman, MD, Ferder, MS, Weinstein, MD, Strauch, MD. (Manuscript in progress.)
"Accelerated Nerve Regeneration Using Cultured Schwann Cells in a Rabbit Autogenous Venous Nerve Conduit Model.”
- Bronx Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (May 2000)
- New York Regional Hand Society (May 2000)
- Senior Resident's Conference (April 2000)
- New York Academy of Medicine (March 2000)
- Plastic Surgery Research Council (May 1999)
"Grand Rounds: Infections of the Hand”
- C.V. Starr Hand Surgery Center, Roosevelt Medical Center, New York, NY (February 1999)
Honors & Awards
- Leo M. Davidoff Society Award: Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of Medical Students (June 2000)
- Winner, Resident Essay Competition: Bronx Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (May 2000)
- Nomination: 2000 Outstanding Women Surgeons Award (May 2000)
- Second Place Award: New York Regional Hand Society (May 2000)
- Second Place Award: New York Academy of Medicine (May 2000)
- Nomination: Outstanding Resident Award, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center (May 1999)
- Honorary Academic Achievement Award: Best Student in Medical School Class of 1989-1991 (1989-1991)