The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction Gives Thanks

In a few short days, we will be celebrating Thanksgiving—a time of year in which many of us stop and reflect on everything we have to be grateful for.

This year we made sure to stop and think about the many things we are grateful for at The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction.

We’d love to share with you a few of the things we are thankful for. Check it out!

We are thankful for…

  • The opportunity to work with so many strong and courageous women who have battled breast cancer. You are an inspiration.
  • Our team of highly skilled staff and medical professionals that provide such amazing care to all of our patients.
  • The incredible breast cancer fundraising events, like the Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure, that raise money for new cancer research and treatment options.
  • The friends and family that stand by our side no matter what challenges we are facing.
  • All of the technology and medical advances that help keep women healthy and thriving.
  • Our pets, for those of us that have them, that are always available for a stress-relieving and calming cuddle on the couch.
  • The fall weather and the beauty that comes with this season.
  • All of the amazing success stories that we get to hear from our patients. It is a joy to celebrate you and your health!

We could go on for days about the many things we are grateful for all year round!

The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction wishes you a happy and wonderful Thanksgiving celebration. And we hope you’ll take some time this week to think about everything you are thankful for.

We’d love to hear what you’re thankful for this Thanksgiving!

Comment below!


  1. I am so thankful for Dr.Craigie, Kim, and their fantastic team. I was very nervous at my first appointment in April – I was newly diagnosed with breast cancer and needed to have my mastectomy soon. When Dr. Craigie said we will do anything we can to help you, I got a good feeling that this was the practice for me. Kim answered every question my husband or I had through my mastectomy, tissue expansion, and exchange surgery in September, and I have the most fantastic results imaginable. I’m able to do everything I love like running and working out, playing basketball with my son and gymnastics with my daughter, and I do it all with a huge smile on my face because I have beat cancer and I feel the best I ever have. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.