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In the News
Quick Links: Dr. Bruner, Alternative Procedure for Enlarged Prostate | Dr. Schoenvogel Location Change | Dr. Goldstein retires | Bladder Cancer Patient Success Story | Minimally invasive approach success story, Dr. Bruner | State-of-the-Art Prostate Cancer Treatment Close to Home | Drs. Ewalt and Strand named to D Magazine list of "Best Pediatric Specialists" | Dr. Davidson honored with Readers Choice Award for Best Urologist | Dr. Bruner speaker at upcoming Prostate Cancer Support Group in Grapevine | Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group at Baylor Health | Dr. Bruner seeing patients in Irving | Dr. Elie Benaim talks prostate cancer on News 8 | DFW Medical Magazine | Good Morning Texas | Prostate Cancer Silent Killer | Castle Connolly Medical Identifies Top Doctors | Bladder Cancer and Kidney Cancer Education and Support Group | Pilots, politics and prostate cancer | Prostate Cancer Support Groups | D Magazine "The Best Doctors in Dallas" | Mayo Clinic Backs Prostate Cancer Surgery Option| Patient Success Story | Pediatric VCUG exam
Dr. David Ewalt in the NewsDr. David Ewalt at Urology Clinics of North Texas was selected as a Top Doctor in America by Castle Connolly Medical and featured in Castle Connolly Medical's America’s Top Doctors® book from 2002 - 2013.
Dr. Ewalt has also been recognized as a Texas Monthly Super Doctor for a tenth consecutive year. He has been recongnized as a Super Doctor from 2004 - 2013. Congratulations to Dr. Ewalt!
Dr. Bryan Bruner discusses alternative treatments for enlarged prostate, a condition that will affect 3 out of 4 men by the age of 70.
Please note: Effective 12/02/2013, Dr. Robert Schoenvogel's office will be moving to:
UROLOGY CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS AT BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
WFAA broadcasts live from Baylor Sammons Cancer Center with Movember stories
WFAA’s Instant Live 8 reporter Brian Glenn was at Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center on the morning of Thursday, November 8 for live segments with Dr. Scott Webster, chief of urology at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. Phlebotomist Travis Sandidge drew the reporter’s blood for a simulated blood test to show how easy prostate health screening can be.
Watch as Dr. Scott Davidson talks about the signs, symptoms, causes, diagnostics and treatment of bladder cancer. Craig knew something was wrong once he spotted blood in his urine. Dr. Davidson was able to spot a Papillary Carcinoma. Watch Craig talk about his experience with Dr. Davidson, and how after only one recurrence he is now cancer free. Learn more about Dr. Davidson here.
Have you been diagnosed with prostate cancer? Are you looking for emotional and practical support?
You are invited to join the Prostate Cancer Support Group at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine
Upcoming Speaker: Bryan Bruner, MD,
When: Upcoming Seminar on January 14, 2013
Where: Baylor Regional Medical Center
Time: 6 - 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Parking: Parking Deck – Enter Through Box Building North Entrance
About: The Virginia R. Cvetko Patient Education Center offers disease-specific education programs that address the needs of individuals with specific types of cancer. Please call 214.820.2608 to register.
Where: Support groups are held in the Cvetko center, Suite 200 in the Baylor Sammons Cancer Center located at 3410 Worth Street in Dallas, Texas.
When: The Support classes are held the first Tuesday of each month from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Cvetko Center group room, 3410 Worth St., Ste. 200.
Watch as Dr. Elie Benaim, a Urology Clinics provider and urologist at Medical City Dallas Hospital, talks with News 8 medical reporter Janet St. James about prostate cancer.
During the show Dr. Moskowitz will help educate listeners in the Dallas / Fort Worth area about urology issues, diseases, treatments, and more. Dr. Moskowitz is a board-certified urologist and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death among men in the United States. It’s also the most preventable. Yet, for all the warning signs, many men don’t want to be bothered with a routine exam that could save their life, says a local urologist.
“It used to be that doctors were recommending that men get a prostate exam at age 50,” said Dr. Bryan Bruner, a urologist at Baylor Medical Center in Grapevine. “But, in recent years, we started seeing prostate cancer in patients who are in their 40s so now we’re recommending patients get checked much earlier than in the past.”
If detected early, it could literally save your life, Bruner said.
The following Urology Clinics of North Texas providers have been identified as National Top Doctors.
Dr. Ewalt and Dr. Strand have appeared in Castle Connolly Medical's America’s Top Doctors® book.
The following Urology Clinics of North Texas providers have been identified among the top 10% of doctors in their specialty in their region:
About the Castle Connolly Top Doctors selection process
The Castle Connolly Top Doctors selection process begins with online surveys of physicians in both academic and private practice positions across the U.S., who are asked to nominate physicians they consider best in their respective areas of medicine. Once these professional peer nominations are processed, a unique, physician-led research team carefully reviews the credentials of every physician being considered for inclusion as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor. This review includes, among other factors, scrutiny of medical education, training, hospital appointments, administrative posts, professional achievements, and malpractice and disciplinary history. Doctors do not and cannot pay to be included in any Castle Connolly listing or guide. SOURCE Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas
2nd Tuesday of the month in Beasley Auditorium. Free dinner 6:30-7:00. Program at 7:00. Parking $2.00. Visit http://www.urologyfoundation.org for a schedule of speakers and contact information.
Medical City Dallas
3rd Thursday of the month (except for December)
Place: Children's Tower Classrooms A & B - 1st floor in lobby
Contact: Jan Tichenor, RN, MSN, OCN at 972-566-5793
D Magazine - "The Best Doctors in Dallas 2010"
Click on the image above or click here to download this image as a PDF. Physicians named in D Magazine's "Best Doctors in Dallas 2010"
James Cochran, M.D.
D Magazine - "The Best Doctors in Dallas 2009"
James Cochran, M.D.
10/01/08 "THE BEST DOCTORS IN DALLAS 2008"
Click on the image above or click here to download this image as a PDF. Physicians named in the October issue of D Magazine's "Best Doctors in Dallas 2008"
James Cochran, M.D.
10/01/07 "THE BEST DOCTORS IN DALLAS 2007"
Physicians named in the October issue of D Magazine's "Best Doctors in Dallas 2007"
James Cochran, M.D.
10/01/06 "THE BEST DOCTORS IN DALLAS 2006"
May 25, 2011-- A study from the Mayo Clinic gives new hope for men with prostate cancer. Dr. Scott Webster, a urologist on staff at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, talks about the study and an upcoming Baylor Health Care System men's health event:
"It's a Guy Thing" on June 11. Click here to watch Dr. Scott Webster on CBS11.
Click here or select the image below to watch a Prostate Cancer Patient Success Story for Dr. Matthew Shuford. You will need to use the scroll bar to locate the success story for Richard.
Better Man, Better You.
June 11, 7:30am - noon
Most guys insist on taking charge and being in control until it comes to their health. Do you know the last time you had a checkup? Do you know your cholesterol or blood pressure numbers? You can find out on June 11th. Join us for It’s A Guy Thing, an event dedicated solely to men’s health.
Free Health Screenings:
REGISTER AT 1.800.4BAYLOR OR BAYLORHEALTH.COM/DALLASGUYTHING
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A Women's Guide to Good Health
When it comes to health, many concerns affect women differently than men and require special screening and treatment methods. This issue of Living Well is designed to focus on the unique health needs of women. You will find useful information about a variety of health-related topics, from preventive screenings you should receive and treatment options for certain conditions to ways you can keep your feet looking and feeling their best, especially as summer approaches. Whatever your stage of life, it is never too late to take control of your health. Texas Health Center for Diagnostics & Surgery is proud to be your partner for good health, and we look forward to meeting your future healthcare needs. Click here to download the complete issue, new window will open.
About Urology Clinics of North Texas | Urology conditions treated at UCNT: prostate cancer, kidney cancer, ureteral cancer, bladder cancer, testicular cancer, kidney stones, enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia), male and female incontinence, erectile dysfunction, female infertility, male infertility, voiding dysfunction, male and female urinary urgency and frequency | Technology and Robotic Surgery at Urology Clinics of North Texas, robotic prostatectomy, vasectomy | In the News | Patient Information | Contact Urology Clinics of North Texas | Location information for our urology offices in Dallas, Plano, Allen, Garland, Grapevine, Rockwall, Sunnyvale