Meet Dr. ARADHNA saxena
Dr. Aradhna Saxena is a board-certified dermatologist and fellowship-trained, board-certified Mohs skin cancer surgeon. She received her undergraduate degree at Penn State University and her medical doctor degree at Jefferson Medical College (now known as Sidney Kimmel Medical College). She completed her internship at St. Vincent's hospital and her dermatology residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Dr. Saxena then went on to a complete a fellowship in Mohs Skin Cancer surgery and cosmetic dermatologic surgery at the California Skin Institute. She has had several articles published in peer-reviewed journals. In her spare time, Dr. Saxena enjoys spending time with her family, playing tennis, taking classes at Orange Theory Fitness, snowboarding, wakesurfing, and practicing guitar. She is a native of Philadelphia, PA.
specializations & expertise
Dr. Saxena specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers, specifically Mohs surgery, as well as in the surgical reconstruction of the skin. Beyond her expertise with skin cancer, Dr. Saxena is a board-certified medical dermatologist who has undergone extensive training in facial rejuvenation techniques and procedures. She is experienced in performing all types of minimally invasive treatments, including BOTOX and dermal filler injections, laser treatments, and sclerotherapy.
- Fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS)
- Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
- Affiliated with Abington Memorial Hospital
- Member of the Association of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS)
"Excellent care, welcoming from the moment we walked through the door. All was ready with no wait. Friendly front desk staff and medical staff put me at ease. Dr. Saxena and her surgery team explained everything and the procedure went smoothly and without any discomfort. Afterward the post procedure instructions were given and explained, could feel they all really cared for their patients. Overall a good experience by an excellent staff!"
"Very pleasant staff, and Dr. Kasper is just great. Really nice office, clean and bright. Also. knowing Dr. Saxena is there is always comforting. She did a spectacular surgery on my cheek a few months ago. No one else is ever going to touch me for MOHS surgery!"
"I saw Dr Aradhna Saxena yesterday and she was terrific, great bedside manner and seemed very knowledgable. The offices were very nice and the rest of the staff friendly and communicative. I was 1/2 hour early for my 10 appointment and they started me very quickly anyway and the whole thing moved along as smoothly as these things can. I would highly recommend the experience."
"Great group of people. Very caring and professional. Dr. Saxena and her team are awesome at what they do!"
"Everyone at Dermatology & Shin Cancer Institute is Wonderful. Doctor Saxena and Doctor Kasper are very nice and very patient with a nervous patient. The whole staff was very nice. Everyone there made a scary experience not so scary by being so nice and patient and explaining everything in a simple way to calm me and my husband. I can not give them enough praise."
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