Dr. Jim N. Brantner
Primary Specialty: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Undergraduate Education: US Military Academy, West Point : 1967
Graduate School Education: California Institute of Technology : M.S. 1969
Medical Education: Emory University School of Medicine : 1977
Internships: William Beaumont American Medical Center : 1978
General Surgery Residency – Tripler Army Medical Center : 1982
Residency: Plastic Surgery Residency – Walter Reed Army Medical Center : 1984
Combat Veteran: Vietnam
Retired U.S. Army: 1987
In Civilian Practice Since: 1987
Board Certifications: American Board of Plastic Surgery : 1985
Academic Appointments: Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept of Surgery, ETSU : 2002
Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at East Tennessee State University.
Publications: Role of Vasoconstrictors in Control of Blood Loss in Reduction Mammaplasty, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery : 1985
Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Flap for Treatment of Chronic Osteomyelitis of the Elbow
Proboscis Lateralis: Case Report and Review of the Literature
I went to Dr Brantner for reconstruction revision. I'm very, very pleased with the results. The staff were wonderful. I can't thank them enough for taking care of my surgery and making me feel and look so much better!!! I would highly recommend Dr Brantner.
Great surgeon! Every employee in the office is wonderful and helpful. I have nothing but great things to say about Dr Brantner, Win, and all of the staff.
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