Restoring To Whole The Beauty Within
Heredity may result in features that deeply affect self-confidence, whether disproportion in breast and body or in the balance and beauty of facial harmony. Time and environment may result in aging an appearance. Cosmetic procedures refine and refresh your appearance resulting in a balanced, younger and more confident version of you.
Illness and injury can result in minor or devastating changes in appearance. Breast cancer and skin cancer are difficult diagnoses that need not redefine your body image or self- confidence. Restoring a more normal appearance with safe, natural-looking outcomes is process that can help you to feel whole again.
Refresh skin, body and mind at ReMed; our in-office, non-surgical options and small refinements that make a big difference in appearance and confidence. ReMed offers key solutions for women, men and a specific menu of options for our breast cancer patients.
I believe one’s image is vital to most every aspect of her or his life, be it personal or professional. Improving a patient’s self-image through reconstructive or aesthetic surgery is my most rewarding achievement as a plastic surgeon.
I have been drawn to the art of surgery from a very young age, believing that a good surgeon must have not only excellent technical skill, but also an understanding of the whole person and his or her emotions. As I assist you in achieving your self-image goals, your overall experience, privacy and trust are of utmost importance to myself and my staff.
In March of 2013, Dr. Burke was selected by her colleagues as the Plastic Surgeon to the Saint Alexius National Accrediation Program for Breast Centers. She is an active member of the Alexian Brothers Multi-Disciplinary Breast Conference. Dr. Burke is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Medical License, Illinois 2011
Medical License, Georgia 2010
Medical License, New York 2010
American Board of Surgery, 2008
American Board of Plastic Surgery, 2013
Oculoplastic and Aesthetic Fellowship – Dr. Mark A. Codner
July 2010–June 2011
Craniofacial Fellowship – Dr. S. Anthony Wolfe
South Miami Hospital / Children’s Hospital of Miami
July 2009–June 2010
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Department of Surgery, July 2007–June 2009
Emory University Hospital
Department of Surgery, July 2003–June 2007
Emory University Hospital
Department of Plastic Surgery, July 2002–June 2003
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine, June 2002
University of Michigan
Bachelor of Science in Biology, May 1997
Ann Arbor, Michigan