Dr. Moya, creator of the Corset Body Lift®, has earned a well-deserved reputation among his colleagues and patients for his unique approach to his aesthetic procedures, utilizing techniques and technologies which set him apart and provide not only excellent outcomes but also a more comfortable experience for his patients. Because of this, many of his weight loss patients have traveled from areas across the United States to seek his services in central Pennsylvania as they begin the final phase of their weight loss journey.
What are my consultation options with Dr. Moya?
Dr. Moya strives to keep things as simple and convenient as possible for his patients, offering two possible consultation options.
- An in-office personal consultation and examination – ideal if you do not mind additional travel, and prefer to meet with Dr. Moya in person to discuss your goals and options, undergo physical evaluation, view additional before-and-after photos, and tour the office. This will also allow you to get a better feel for the area prior to traveling for your surgery.
- A phone consultation with photo review – perhaps a better choice if you do not have the time to travel or do not wish to incur additional travel expenses, and are willing to share photos which depict your particular areas of concern.
Regardless of the consultation option you choose, you will still be able to reserve your preferred surgical date. Should you undergo a phone consultation, we will send you all of the necessary information and forms to complete, as well as make arrangements to obtain all of the proper medical information and clearances. We will also make plans for you to undergo your pre-surgical examination 1-2 days prior to your scheduled procedure, at which time we will also be able to thoroughly review all of the information and answer any and all questions you might have.
I came from Chattanooga , TN to have a thigh lift with liposuction, and breast augmentation/lift with Dr.Moya. I’m only 11 days postop, but so pleased already with my results. Dr Moya has done my arms, corset body lift, and butt lift back in 2007-2008 and I still look great! I am a former gastric bypass patient and lost 180 lbs…he gave me my hourglass figure back. I had such a happy pleasant experience with his whole staff!! Can’t say enough!
– From a review on Facebook
Where will my surgery be performed?
Dr. Moya performs many of his surgical procedures in one of the operating suites within the fully-accredited ambulatory surgical center at Lewisburg Plastic Surgery. For more extensive procedures (i.e. those which require more than four hours of operative time, such as body lifts or combination contouring procedures), Dr. Moya utilizes his staff privileges at Evangelical Community Hospital, a small, private hospital with state-of-the-art operating rooms, located only one block from his office.
How long should I plan to be in Lewisburg?
You should generally expect to stay in the Lewisburg area for 2-5 days. This will, of course, depend on your particular procedure and its associated recovery process, as well as the extent of your travel back home after surgery. Dr. Moya will be happy to assist you in determining a plan that will work best for you.
If your procedure is to be performed in the hospital, you will most likely need to be there early on the morning of your surgery. If you live more than two hours away, in order to avoid stressful morning travel, you should plan on arriving in the Lewisburg area at least one day prior to your surgery. In addition, for those undergoing a full day of surgery, an overnight hospital stay after your procedure is often recommended (and is included as part of your cosmetic package), for both comfort and safety. Dr. Moya will then see you at your bedside first thing the next morning prior to your discharge. Your first complete post-operative evaluation will be conducted during your stay in Lewisburg, with arrangements made for future office visits at your convenience.
Your health and safety are very important to Dr. Moya; thus, he is always available to address any concerns or questions you might have both during your stay and following your return home. He understands, too, that sometimes you may simply need reassurance that all is going as expected.
How are post-operative evaluations handled for Dr. Moya’s out-of-town patients?
With the exception of the initial postoperative evaluation in Lewisburg within the first few days after surgery, follow-up with his out-of-town patients can usually be performed via telephone or email, thereby avoiding additional travel or expense. Arrangements for an in-office follow-up at some point during the following year can then be made at your convenience.
Where is Lewisburg Plastic Surgery located?
Lewisburg Plastic Surgery is located within several hours of New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., and is within minutes of I-80, making travel by car fairly easy. Nearby airports include Williamsport Regional Airport (with non-stop flights to and from Philadelphia International Airport), Harrisburg International Airport, and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport.
Planning your trip to Lewisburg, PA
Once you have decided to travel to Lewisburg for your consultation and/or surgery, below you will find information that may help you in your planning. You may also wish to visit www.lewisburgpa.com or www.visitcentralpa.org for the most complete and up-to-date information on attractions, local events, restaurants, and other things to see and do during your stay.
Where to stay in Lewisburg, PA
Country Inn & Suites, conveniently located across the street from Lewisburg Plastic Surgery, has partnered with us to offer a package which includes a first-floor suite with kitchenette, along with complimentary full buffet breakfast in a spacious eating area, indoor pool, fitness center, and free wi-fi throughout the hotel – all for a very reasonable, discounted rate.
Other hotels close to Lewisburg Plastic Surgery and Evangelical Hospital include the Hampton Inn, Comfort Inn, and Best Western.
The Lewisburg Historic District, located less than ten minutes away, offers many unique hotels within easy walking distance of downtown entertainment, shopping and dining, including:
The Pineapple Inn – Built in 1857, it features Victorian era furnishings and antiques, with four rooms, two suites, and an adjacent carriage house.
The Copper Beech Manor – Built in 1857 and beautifully restored, it features airy guest rooms with en suite bathrooms, as well an an outdoor pergola, garden, and pond.
The Twasty Flower – One of the district’s newest lodgings in a circa-1850 home, it offers 5 simple, airy rooms along with a back cottage for extended stays.
About Lewisburg, PA
The heart of Lewisburg remains in its charming downtown, with six blocks of beautiful historic architecture highlighted by distinctive three-globe lamp posts (circa 1912, when the streets were paved with brick), with a variety of unique and friendly shops and restaurants.
Things to see and do in Lewisburg, PA
Right in the middle of downtown Lewisburg is The Campus Theatre, an authentically and beautifully restored single-screen Art Deco movie theatre that has been in business since 1941, offering the latest and most interesting movies in a unique setting complete with murals and original lighting reminiscent of times gone by.
The Weis Center for the Performing Arts, a 1,200-seat architecturally striking and acoustically exceptional performance hall located within Bucknell University, has been presenting professional performances since 1988, with music, dance, and theater events. This season will feature more than 30 professional artists from around the globe.
The Samek Art Museum at Bucknell University presently holds a collection of 5,000 objects highlighting the art of our time, as well as The Samel H. Kress Collection of Baroque and Renaissance, Japanese decorative art, modern and contemporary, and historic prints.
Lewisburg is home to a number of beautiful parks. In downtown Lewisburg, right off Market Street, is Hufnagle Park, offering free concerts on summer evenings as well as a playground to keep the younger ones occupied. Soldier’s Park, at the east end of town, is a shady, quiet, river-front park. Lewisburg Area Recreation Park, within several miles of downtown, is a 22-acre park with several playground areas, a nature trail, 5-court tennis area, community pool, ice skating rink, skateboard park, and more.
Lewisburg is also on the National Register of Historic Places, with sights such as the Dale/Engle/Walker House (built in 1793, serving as an actual stop along the Underground Railroad), the Slifer House Museum (circa 1860, a beautiful Italianate mansion furnished with artifacts of the Victorian era and Civil War), the Packwood Museum, and many more. Antique shops, both large and small, can be found in and around the area.
Places to eat in Lewisburg, PA
Downtown Lewisburg offers many dining options, with food for every palate, ranging from fine dining to child-friendly. Some favorites include Elizabeth’s, Mancini’s Wood-fired Italian Restaurant, Brasserie Louis, Smiling Chameleon Draft House, Caribbean Connection, Siam Restaurant and Bar, and and Pronto. Other options within ten minutes of downtown include Reba & Pancho’s Restaurant, which features an eclectic menu of Mediterranean & Mexican food, as well as well-known chains including Chipotle Mexican Grill, Panera Bread, and Starbucks. Located deeper in the heart of Lewisburg, Fero Vineyards and Winery offers award-winning, craft wine made with hand-picked estate-grown grapes, crushed and pressed to tanks and barrels.