The Ohio State University Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is one of the region’s leaders in reconstructive surgery and treatment for patients affected by trauma, cancer, and other conditions. Our practice operates within the Ohio State University Medical Center, which is also home to the Comprehensive Wound Center, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic wounds and conditions such as diabetic ulcers, pressurized ulcers, infections, traumatic injuries, and more. The CWC is also the only center in the area offering specialized treatment for adult burns. Our reconstructive surgery department is one of the leaders in the Midwest for breast reconstruction, and we offer reconstructive options for virtually every area of the body, including the upper and lower extremities as well as the head and face.
Our specialty-trained physicians understand the physical and psychological turmoil that people go through when faced with the effects of trauma, cancer, and other conditions. It is our commitment to offer state-of-the-art techniques and skilled, experienced care to help improve both form and function of affected areas of the body and help you regain some of what you have lost.
Please follow the links below for descriptions on our procedures and more details on the Comprehensive Wound Center, and contact The Ohio State University Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to schedule a consultation with a specialist.
Functional and cosmetic reconstruction procedures for patients who have suffered through trauma, cancer, and other conditions can not only improve mobility and day-to-day livelihood, it can also restore form and help patients feel better about the appearance of affected areas.
Learn more about our trauma and cancer reconstruction procedures.
The Comprehensive Wound Center is an advanced facility dedicated to the treatment of chronic wounds, traumatic injuries, and other severe conditions. This Level I Trauma Center is one of the few in the country to be awarded with grants from the National Institutes of Health, and is a leader in wound research.
Learn more about the Comprehensive Wound Center.