- Clinical Practice:
- Skin Cancer, Lymphedema, Breast Reconstruction, Laceration Repair, Plastic Surgery, Surgery for Breast Cancer, Transgender Services, Orthopedic Trauma
- Assistant Professor
John Stranix, MD, has a comprehensive reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgery practice. His primary focus is on breast cancer reconstruction surgery, lower extremity reconstruction surgery, abdominal wall repair, perforator flap surgery and microsurgery, complex wound healing, gender confirming procedures and physiologic lymphedema surgery.
Originally from Vienna, Stranix attended the University of Virginia, where he majored in chemistry and met his wife, Nancy, an orthodontist. After earning a master’s degree in physiology from Georgetown University, Stranix attended Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine, where he graduated as both his class president and valedictorian. Stranix then completed his plastic surgery training at New York University and Bellevue Hospital in New York City, followed by additional training in reconstructive microsurgery at the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
Stranix is a proud member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. In his free time, he enjoys exploring everything that Charlottesville has to offer with his wife and two young girls.
- Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
- NYU School of Medicine
- University of Pennsylvania Health System