Prominent laser liposuction specialist Dr. Aaron Rollins is known amongst his industry peers as deeply committed to a continued focus on innovation. To his patients, Dr. Aaron Rollins is known as a caring and compassionate doctor who takes a thoughtful approach to patient care with the goal of ensuring the greatest level of comfort and the greatest possible outcome while also minimizing the amount of downtime needed during the recovery process.
Dr. Rollins, the founder of Elite Body Sculpture, has worked diligently over the years to strike the kind of balance necessary to provide an exceptional level of patient care while also devoting time to the research and development of new and innovative practices designed to move the industry ever forward.
Exclusively focusing on laser liposuction procedures, Dr. Rollins and Elite Body Sculpture own a sterling reputation that has led to such significant demand that the practice has expanded its base of operations to include offices in Beverly Hills, Houston, New York, and Sacramento. Despite the continually increasing demand, Dr. Rollins has gone to great lengths to ensure that patients of Elite Body Sculpture continue to benefit from a highly individualized approach and receive the compassionate care that Dr. Rollins and his practice are known for providing.
Often featured as a medical expert on a wide array of platforms that include local, national, and international media, Dr. Rollins has been asked to appear on Good Day LA, Good Morning America, Extra, RTL, and Nova TV, with the latter two being stations based out of Europe. A graduate of the McGill University Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Rollins completed his surgical residencies at the University of California at San Francisco and the University of Miami before going on to found Elite Body Sculpture, a medical practice that has earned widespread acclaim and has succeeded in helping thousands of patients thus far.
1. What is your favorite thing about traveling?
I’m fascinated by fine art and culture, and traveling provides a unique opportunity to experience firsthand the most fundamentally important and truly breathtaking artistic creations.
2. Is traveling a hobby or a lifestyle for you? How did you get started?
It’s a lifestyle, especially since I spend so much time traveling between Beverly Hills, Sacramento, Houston, and New York.
3. What is the most beautiful place you’ve been to?
4. Do you have any exciting travel dates planned for the future?
I’m hoping to return to Italy soon, as I’d like to again visit the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
5. What are some travel tips you’d give to someone inexperienced?
When I travel for recreation, I choose a destination with a very specific focus — usually related to art and art history. I think travelers should make sure to adopt a similarly purposeful approach when selecting a travel destination.
6. Where would you like to go?
Basel, Switzerland, especially during Art Basel.
7. Where would you like to revisit?
I’m quite fond of Italy, but I also had a wonderful experience in San Miguel de Allende in Mexico.
8. Do you travel alone? Why?
I’m comfortable traveling alone or with a big group, so it is really just a matter of who is available to travel and for how long.
9. If you could pick the top 3 places every person should go, what would they be?
In no particular order, I’d pick:
1. Florence, Italy
2. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
3. Basel, Switzerland
10. Do you travel light or do you pack up the house?
Even when I am planning a long trip I prefer to feel unburdened by baggage, so I mostly travel very light.