Dr. Randy Buckspan was selected by Austin Monthly Magazine in 2013 as one of the top doctors in Austin. Dr. Buckspan graduated from the University of Texas and received his Medical Degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1980. He trained at Vanderbilt University in General Surgery and finished his Plastic Surgery training at the University of Kentucky.
He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Buckspan has over 26 years experience in Plastic Surgery and limits his practice exclusively to Cosmetic Surgery.
1980 - 1985 Surgery Resident, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
1985-1987 Plastic Surgery Resident, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
1987-1992 Private Practice, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Louisville, KY
1992-2000 Private Practice, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Danville, VA
2000-2010 Private Practice, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, St. Petersburg/Tampa, FL
2010-present Private Practice, Personique, Austin, TX
American Board of Plastic Surgery, #3628, November 9, 1989
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
American College of Surgeons, Fellow
Hospital Staff Affiliations
Buckspan Randy, Woltering E., Waterhouse G., Intravenous Fat Emulsion Induced Pancreatitis in the Alcoholic Patient. Southern Medical Journal. 77(2):251, 1984.
Miller B., Hoxworth B., Buckspan R., Nanney L., Lacy W., Abumrad N. Leupeptin's Effect on Organ Weight, RNA, DNA, and Protein Content after Long Bone Fracture in the Rat. J Surg Res 36:453, 1984.
Hoxworth B., Miller B., Radosevitch P., Buckspan R., Lacy W., Abumrad N. Insulin's Effect on Leucine. Diabetes 34:295, 1985.
Buckspan Randy, Sawyers John. Changes in the Surgical Approach to Rectal Cancer. Am Surgeon 51(1):21, 1985.
Buckspan Randy, Rees R. Aneurysm of the Superficial Temporal Artery Presenting as a Parotid Mass. Plas Reconst Surgery 78(4), 1986.
Buckspan Randy, Hoxworth B., Cersosimo E., Devlin J., Horton E., Abumrad N. Alpha-ketoisocaproate is Superior to Leucine in Sparing Glucose Utilization in Humans. Am J Physiol 251:E 648, 1986.