Meet Dr. John Minoli
Plastic surgery by its very nature can provide a sense of re-birth –
a personal renaissance; something restorative for the body and even the
mind. Healing occurs on a physical level ... to be sure ... but on emotional,
mental and spiritual levels as well. When personal treatment occurs on
all levels, no matter the condition, there follows a more wholesome experience,
a more complete sense of care, a greater depth of understanding, and a
growing appreciation for the mind-body connection.
This transforms the patient ... and the doctor. I was transformed during
my childhood to pursue a life in medicine & surgery. As a boy I was
surrounded by doctors (the profession tracing back at least 4 generations
in my family). Medical stories were a regular part of my youth, and so
early on I grew steadily aware of a doctor’s life. Through advancing
educational & volunteer interest, I ultimately completed 2 surgical
residencies, 2 fellowships, 4 board certifications, and over 10 years
of post-doctoral training in surgery – general surgery, head &
neck surgery, and all forms of plastic surgery. In the process, I lived
across America – the lakes and drumlins of upstate New York, the
Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Missouri’s rich river valley,
the palm-lined boulevards of southern California, the open plains of Texas,
Manhattan’s Great White Way, and the Strip of Las Vegas.
I learned, researched, and practiced the healing arts while caring for
thousands of souls from all walks of life. And I grew more appreciative
of America’s landscape with its vast size and broad culture ...
imbibing as much local flavor as I could ... and arriving to the conclusion
that surgery is one of the most compassionate forms of art. I have much
clinical experience to share. I am board-certified by the American Board
of Plastic Surgery, the American Board of Facial Plastic Surgery, and
the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. I am also
a diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners and a fellow of
the American College of Surgeons.
For over a quarter century I have been a clinical teacher of surgical residents,
a lecturer in the field of plastic surgery to professional and lay groups,
and a television guest on NBC, CNBC and The Learning Channel. I remain
dedicated to bringing you competent and compassionate care through the
channels of my training, preparation and experience.