Dr. Anthony Echo – Board-certified Plastic Surgeon

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713-441-6929
6560 Fannin, Suite 2200
Scurlock Tower
Houston, Texas 77030

281-737-4560
13300 Hargrave, Suite 450
Houston, Texas 77070

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At the Methodist Institute for Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Anthony Echo offers a full range of cosmetic surgical options for face and body as well as the latest techniques in breast cancer reconstructive surgery (DIEP Flap). Dual fellowship-trained in Microsurgery and Peripheral Nerve Surgery from Stanford University and Washington University, respectively, Dr. Echo was recruited to join the plastic surgery group at the Houston Methodist Hospital—the number one ranked hospital in Texas by U.S. News and World Report.

“I enjoy treating patients of all ages,” said Dr. Echo, who completed his residency in plastic surgery at the prestigious Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. “I have always been drawn to the intricate nature of plastic surgery and the precision that is required.” From body contouring procedures, such as tummy tuck, breast augmentation and liposuction, to facial rejuvenation, rhinoplasty and more, Dr. Echo enjoys helping patients to look as great as they feel.

Methodist Institute of Reconstructive Surgery

  • Breast Reductionist:
    • DIEP flap
    • Implants
  • Migraine Headache Surgery
  • Peripheral Nerve Surgery
    • Nerve decompression
    • Nerve reconstruction
    • Brachial plexus injury
    • Diabetic neuropathy
    • Sports-related nerve injuries

Surgery for Migraine Headaches

Dr. Echo is one of just a handful of surgeons who perform a breakthrough surgery for migraine headaches. The procedure was first described in early 2000 by a plastic surgeon. Dr. Echo applies his unique skill set to treat this patient population.

“By releasing the pressure on the nerves on different areas of the scalp, we are able to improve the headache symptoms in the majority of patient,” said Dr. Echo. “This surgery is very exciting because it provides a potential cure for certain migraine sufferers.” If you suffer from chronic migraine headaches, you owe it to yourself to call and find out more about this life-changing treatment.

Methodist Institute for Reconstructive Surgery has two convenient locations.

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