PRMA's Dr. Ochoa and a group of physicians from San Antonio, TX traveled to Guatemala to provide medical care to those in need. Video courtesy of KENS 5Watch Video
A new study conducted at PRMA and published in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Global Open, finds that the use of a second vein during DIEP flap surgery can significantly reduce the risk of complications like flap loss and fat necrosis:Watch Video
BRCA+ patient Melissa Ray shares her story with KSAT 12 and explains why she chose to have prophylactic (preventive) mastectomies and immediate breast reconstruction with DIEP flaps at San Antonio's PRMA Plastic Surgery.Watch Video
Dr. Pisano and lymphedema patient Christina Bowers discuss vascularized lymph node transfer with KSAT 12's Ursula Pari.Watch Video
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Dr. Chrysopoulo on Five to Thrive Radio
Dr. Chrysopoulo discusses breast cancer reconstruction on Five to Thrive with Lise Alschuler.
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PRMA Wins Healthcare Hero Award
PRMA wins Healthcare Heroes Award for providing state-of-the-art breast reconstruction procedures to breast cancer patients from across the World.
PRMA Plastic Surgery is supporting a bill in Congress that will require doctors to inform breast cancer patients of their breast reconstruction options. PRMA's Dr Pisano speaks to KSAT12 News about why this is so important.Watch Video
PRMA Plastic Surgery in San Antonio, TX has been recognized as a national hub for innovative breast reconstruction surgery. PRMA is one of the busiest breast reconstruction practices in the world, routinely welcoming patients from across the US and other countries. We specialize in advanced breast reconstruction techniques that use the patient's own tissue to reconstruct a "natural", warm, soft breast.Watch Video
PRMA surgeon Dr Peter Ledoux discusses breast reconstruction options after mastectomy on KENS 5 TV News.Watch Video