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Minas Chrysopoulo , MD, FACS

San Antonio, TX

PRMA Plastic Surgery

9636 Huebner Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78240

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Minas Chrysopoulo, MD, FACS

Dr. Minas Chrysopoulo, or “Dr. C,” is a board-certified plastic surgeon, breast reconstruction surgeon and microsurgeon who provides state-of-the-art breast reconstruction at PRMA Plastic Surgery in San Antonio, Texas.

Dr. Chrysopoulo is a pioneer in breast reconstructive surgery and advocacy for breast cancer patients. Not only did Dr. C develop the Breast Advocate App, a free application that provides anyone with a breast cancer diagnosis or at risk of developing breast cancer with evidence-based, personalized information, but he is also one of the select surgeons now offering Resensation® to women across the U.S. The new surgical technique uses nerve repair technology to potentially restore sensation to a woman’s chest after a mastectomy.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • Methodist Hospital - San Antonio

Undergrad: Intercalated bachelor of science degree in advanced anatomy and morphology from University College London Medical School
Residency: General surgery residency at University of Texas Health Science Center

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