Lisa Espinoza, MD
Lisa Espinoza MD received her B.S. in Biology and Psychology at the University of California (UCLA). She then pursued a Masters of Biologic sciences at the Medical College of Pennsylvania and then to a completion of her medical degree from the Drexel College of Medicine. She then went on to act as Chief Resident during Residency. Before graduating from UCLA, Dr. Lisa Espinoza was a ballerina and performed with the Los Angeles Classical, San Francisco Ballet and Joffrey Ballet.
In 2007, she founded the “Best of Philadelphia and Best of Bucks County” La Chele Medical Aesthetics, where she has practiced full-time cosmetic dermatology and laser medicine for over a decade. This award-winning medical practice now has multiple locations and is one of the largest cosmetic injectable practices in the state of Pennsylvania with over 26 laser devices.
Since 2015, Dr. Lisa Espinoza has been residing on the Advisory Boards of Allergan/AbvVie Pharmaceuticals, Galderma Pharmaceutical, and Evolus Pharmaceutical companies. As a leader for over 15 years in the laser and aesthetic landscape she acts as a business consultant, international speaker, and key opinion leader for Cynosure, InMode, SkinMedica, Airgent, Allergan, Galderma, and MINT. She is a physician trainer and has trained hundreds of physicians and nurses in the United States and abroad for Allergan and Galderma Pharmaceutical. Dr. Espinoza has a passion for clinical research and clinical writing where she successfully published several articles in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology and book chapter in third edition of Cosmetic Facial Surgery.
In 2020, she become recognized and nationally credentialed by the elite ‘Womens Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)’ and is now participating in some of Philadelphia’s Women Leadership Forums. She currently participates on the Board of Trustees for The Pennington School and has a long history of commitment to non-profit agencies such as the Roxey Ballet Company and Safe in Hunterdon (Domestic Violence).