The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery
Dr. Scott A. Brenman is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He received his M.D. degree with honors from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA.After completing medical school, Dr. Brenman continued his surgical training at Pennsylvania Hospital with a five-year residency in General Surgery. Dr. Brenman completed his Residency in Plastic Surgery with two and a half years at Duke University Medical Center. A Hand and Microsurgery Fellowship at the University of Louisville followed the residency.He is a clinical instructor in plastic surgery and is actively involved with the teaching of residents and medical students from Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Scott Brenman has also been honored as a “Top Doc” by the Philadelphia Magazine as one of the region’s best plastic surgeons for cosmetic surgeons for women.Dr. Scott Brenman has a strong interest in mountaineering and in the past has served as a trip physician on climbing expeditions to some of the highest mountains in the world. More recently he has been the plastic surgery consultant for the Women’s World Cup Soccer team and continues to treat team members and their families of the Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies, Flyers and Sixers.
Dr. Brenman has authored many original articles and book chapters in major plastic surgery textbooks. He continues to write and lectures extensively on many topics in plastic surgery. He is a clinical instructor in plastic surgery and is actively involved with the teaching of residents and medical students from the University of Pennsylvania.In order to better serve his patients, Dr. Brenman keeps up to date with the latest advances in plastic surgery through a continued commitment to his education by attending frequent national meetings. In addition, Dr. Brenman has received the distinction for being listed as one of the “Top Surgeons” in the Consumer’s Research Council of America listing. Dr. Brenman has also been honored as a Top Doc by the Philadelphia Magazine.
Dr. Kathleen Brenman
Menopause-related genitourinary symptoms affect up to 50% of midlife and older women. These include vaginal dryness leading to painful intercourse (dyspareunia) and urinary incontinence. In addition, vaginal laxity after childbirth can have a negative im[act on a woman’s sexual health.Vaginal application of fractional CO2 laser (Femilift) is a minimally invasive technique that has been shown to significantly improve these common complaints.
Dr. Kathleen Brenman is pleased to offer the Femilift Vaginal Rejuvenation Program to reverse many of the adverse changes resulting from childbirth or menopause. This program entails three 20 minute long treatments generally one month apart. The initial treatment will also include an internal pelvic exam.
Dr. Kathleen Brenman is a Diplomate of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Kathleen Brenman is the proud mother of four children and enjoys reading, cooking skiing and hiking.