Mr Bramhall is a consultant at the Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit in Glasgow and provides a full range of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery.
He graduated in medicine from Edinburgh University and trained in plastic surgery at Chelmsford, Exeter, London, Leeds and Yorkshire before returning to Glasgow as a consultant.
His specialist interests include aesthetic facial surgery, breast surgery body contouring and microsurgical breast reconstruction. He also performs general plastic surgery, skin cancer surgery and microsurgery.
He is the only plastic surgeon to have completed the National Training Interface Group (TIG) Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London. He also completed the Senior Breast Microsurgery Fellowship at St Andrew’s Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery in Chelmsford.
Mr Bramhall completed his aesthetic surgery training in some of the busiest hospitals in and around Harley Street in Central London, having been awarded a second Nationally appointed Training Interface Group (TIG) Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery affiliated with the Royal Marsden Hospital. He was also awarded international invitations for visiting fellowships in Brussels, Melbourne and Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York.
He has published several peer-reviewed publications and contributed to a book chapter on oncoplastic breast surgery. He presents regularly at national and international breast, plastic surgery and aesthetic surgery conferences and is a member of faculty on numerous breast and plastic surgery courses.