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PRMA has been named a San Antonio Business Journal's Best Places to Work for 2015
As nationally recognized leaders in breast reconstruction, PRMA has begun research within various components of breast reconstruction to achieve better results and...
The surgeons of PRMA Plastic Surgery have performed a record breaking 6,500 breast reconstruction procedures, of which 5,500 were free flaps.
Nominated and voted by fellow physicians, Dr. Chrysopoulo is honored to be awarded the Doctor's Choice Award for 2014.
Dr Chrysopoulo is a distinguished board certified...
One of the most renowned breast reconstruction centers in the world, PRMA, successfully performed 60 DIEP flap reconstructions in Apri
Dr. Pisano has been named a San Antonio Healthcare Hero for 2014 by the San Antonio Better Business Journal! Out of many nominations, Dr. Pisano is honored...
Surgeons hope new location will provide more patients with improved access to state-of-the-art breast reconstruction and cosmetic surgery excellence.
New study great news, but PRMA surgeon says more women need to know about breast reconstruction using the patients own skin and fat as opposed to implants.
PRMA Plastic Surgery announced today the completion of its 5,000th perforator flap breast reconstruction.
Nebraska breast cancer survivor with severe burn scars gets life back after traveling to PRMA for DIEP flap procedure.
PRMA surgeons publish research that revolutionizes DIEP flap breast reconstruction.
New hope for lymphedema sufferers through an innovative lymph node transfer procedure available at PRMA.
Dr. Pisano comments on his experience with Methodist Healthcare and touches on lymph node transfers for breast cancer patients.
Mother, 39, with same cancer gene as Angelina Jolie allows her prophylactic mastectomy surgery to be tweeted live.
BRCA patient Melissa Ray shares her story with KSAT News.
Dr. Pisano discussed vascularized lymph node transfer with KSAT 12's Ursula Pari.
Dr. Nastala discusses Angelina's decision to have a prophylactic mastectomy and reconstruction.
Dr. Chrysopoulo discusses breast cancer reconstruction on Five to Thrive with Lise Alschuler.
PRMA wins Healthcare Heroes Award for providing state-of-the-art breast reconstruction procedures to breast cancer patients from across the World.
PRMA wins Healthcare Innovator Award for innovative technology, procedures,...
Groundbreaking new research shows breast reconstruction surgery after mastectomy is an option for some obese women.
As breast cancer cases continue to rise, more women can make informed decisions and feel empowered by learning about their breast reconstruction options.
Breast reconstruction not only allows patients to feel whole and restored, but also provides a renewed sense of hope after battling breast cancer.
Local San Antonio breast cancer survivors come together this month to help patients traveling for reconstructive surgery, dedicated to helping others in the...
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