Dr. Sunishka Wimalawansa is a board-certified plastic surgeon, with additional specialized fellowship training in Hand and Microsurgery. He specializes in cancer reconstruction (skin cancer, and complex oncologic reconstructions), hand and upper extremity surgery (including complex limb salvage), peripheral nerve surgery, microsurgical reconstruction, and cosmetic rejuvenation.
He is dedicated to providing personalized care to his patients and is well-known for his expertise in reconstructive surgery following burn injuries, traumatic limb amputations, and cancer treatment.
He also specializes in a new field of microsurgery -- Targeted Muscle Reinnervation (TMR) -- which aims to help amputees treat painful nerve and phantom limb symptoms often seen after a major amputation.
He is certified in plastic surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery with the additional subspecialty certification of added qualifications in hand and upper extremity surgery. He specializes in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the extremities, face, breast, and body.
As an Assistant Professor at Wright State University, he continues his passion for education while training the next generation of Plastic Surgeons.