Edward Reece, MD, EMBA
Combining technology and technique, Dr. Reece strives to elevate compassionate care with cutting-edge medical breakthroughs. He offers advanced hand and reconstructive surgery options to children with injuries and congenital diseases, focusing on nerve surgery, free-tissue transfer and progressive reconstructions. Dr. Reece actively fosters research interests in peripheral nerves, reconstructive surgery and telehealth as it relates to improving doctor-patien interactions and coordinating efficient care and affordable cost.
Dr. Ed Reece is both board certified with the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery in “Surgery of the Hand."
Edward M. Reece: Fascia Cutaneous Flaps: A logistic Regression Analysis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Edward M. Reece: Telehealth – Is the Future Now? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery April. 2015.
Edward M. Reece, Rod J. Rohrich. The Aesthetic Jaw Line: Management of the Aging Jowl. Volume 28, Issue 6, Pages 668-674.
Reece EM, Schaverien J., Rohrich RJ. The paramedian forehead flap: a dynamic anatomical vascular study verifying safety and clinical implications. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 2008 June; 121 (6: 1956-63.
Rohrich RJ, Reece EM. Is there a role for adolescent breast augmentation: The Female Patient 2008 March; 33 (32-35):669-72.
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