Christina from Georgetown, Texas

​I came to PRMA seeking delayed reconstruction following chemotherapy, bilateral mastectomy and 33 radiation treatments. As a consequence of my treatments and the loss of 27 lymph nodes, I spent significant effort managing the early stages of lymphedema.

Linda from Rulo, Nebraska

On September 4, 2012, I underwent the DIEP Flap reconstruction. The results are better than I’d expected. I feel good about myself, especially knowing that it’s all me. No artificial implants. I like to say that PRMA gave me back what Cancer stole from me.

Lisa from Austin, TX

So here I am, post surgery and all is looking good. I am thankful to PRMA, because you gave me a choice. I can now have the body I want and I’ve been trying to get that word out not only about DIEP flap but also about PRMA. PRMA has the training and expertise to help women have the choice as to what type of reconstruction they want. I think that is important when all of us facing these options did not have a choice in getting cancer.

Shellie from San Antonio, TX

Shellie Shares Her DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction Experience May 13, 2020 Share on Facebook Twitter Linkedin Bilateral Mastectomy with Immediate DIEP Flap Reconstruction Shellie shares her experience with having DIEP flap breast reconstruction performed at PRMA Plastic Surgery. My issues began in 2007 when a biopsy came back with atypical ductal hyperplasia in the right […]