Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
Pelvic reconstructive surgery can help restore function and support to the pelvis region. It restores function after cancer treatment, trauma and other serious conditions. Surgeons use tissue from the abdomen, thigh and other areas to rebuild pelvic soft tissue. They also use soft tissue (skin, muscle and fat) to restore support for surrounding tissues and organs. Our surgeons work closely with colorectal surgeons, orthopedic musculoskeletal oncologists, surgical oncologists, urologists and other specialists to create a treatment plan that is right for you.
Meet Your Care Team
- Acute and Reconstructive Burn Surgery, Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, Gender Affirmation Surgery, Migraine and Occipital Neuralgia Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
- Acute and Reconstructive Burn, Aesthetics, Burn, Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
Why Choose Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery at Vanderbilt
- Team approach
We work together to ensure that you receive the comprehensive care you need. Our team members collaborate with each other, as well as with experts in other medical disciplines, to provide you with individual care that addresses your unique needs.
- Patient care coordinators
Our patient care coordinators guide you through your care plan. They can help you schedule appointments, gather medical records, address concerns and coordinate your care among all the specialists involved in your treatment.
- Knowledge and experience
Our surgeons have extensive experience performing a wide range of complex surgeries using local soft tissue and microsurgical techniques. Their experience translates into the best possible care and outcomes for you.