Throughout her career, Dr. Docasar has been an advocate for women’s health care. She has been honored by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus for her involvement in raising awareness in Latino health care, and she is a member of Who’s Who Latinos. She also served for three years on the Admiral’s Naval National Domestic Violence Committee, in addition to doing community work with Against Domestic Violence groups.
Her resume is extensive in lectures given on women’s health care topics. Academic medicine has also been an area of enjoyment for Dr. Docasar.
She has been an attending teaching staff member at the Washington Hospital Center, Bethesda National Medical Center, University Armed Services College, and Touro University. Dr. Docasar is a member of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Gynecological Cosmetic Surgeons, and is a fellow in the American College of Cosmetic surgeons. Other areas of interest for Dr. Docasar include hormonal therapy, infertility evaluations, teenage education, and expert witness work.
Dr. Docasar is an integral member of the Laser Body Sculpting Institute, which specializes in laser lipolysis in Henderson, Nevada. She also has been involved as an expert witness and principal investigator in several cases and studies throughout the years.
At her Las Vegas practice, she provides innovative solutions to problems all women face as they age. Dr. Docasar is the first in Las Vegas to be trained in the advanced techniques of the ThermiVA + PRP Shot specific for bladder dysfunction and sexual enhancement and the only OB/GYN Surgeon performing the top non-surgical treatment of 2016: ThermiVA for vaginal rejuvenation.
As a distinguished physician, Dr. Docasar has been recognized as Las Vegas Top Doc 2016 (MyVegas Magazine); Las Vegas Top 100 Influential Women 2016 (MyVegas Magazine); Affluence of Talent, Celebrating Luxury Professionals 2016 (DLXVRSN); and Who’s Who Latinos 2016.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Docasar’s interests include spending time with her two sons and participating in community service within the Hispanic community. Her Cuban and Argentinean heritage has also provided her with the language and social means to help her Hispanic patients.