Following his plastic surgery residency at the Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Echo was able to complete a fellowship in Microsurgery at Stanford University and a second fellowship in Peripheral Nerve Surgery at the Washington University in St. Louis. He was recruited back to the Houston Methodist Hospital. His practice focuses on complex peripheral nerve injuries, nerve compression, nerve tumors, and nerve pain over the entire body. Dr. Echo has a specific interest in treating post-hernia groin pain, post-surgical pain, and phantom limb pain. He also utilizes the latest techniques to reconstruct, release, or re-route nerves to treat the nerve pain that affects many patients. Some of these procedures include Targeted Muscle Re-innervation (TMR) or the RPNI.