Dr. Bryan Kansas
"Erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence can be embarrassing conditions for most men. Each situation is unique and I enjoy creating an individualized treatment plan for each patient, based on his needs."
Dr. Bryan Kansas, M.D. joined the staff of The Urology Team in August 2006. Dr. Kansas did his undergraduate work at Louisiana State University. He earned a Master of Public Health at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. He then graduated from Louisiana State University Medical School in Shreveport, LA. His general surgery internship was performed at Wake Forest University Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC and he completed his general surgery and urology training at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.
While at Temple University Hospital, Dr. Kansas gained vast experience in the treatment of complex kidney stone disease and diseases of the kidney. He also has intricate training in the treatment of both benign and malignant renal tumors via open and laparoscopic approaches.
Dr. Kansas has special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of bladder cancer, specialized training in the placement of penile prostheses for erectile dysfunction, treatment of post-prostatectomony or male incontinence, and the treatment of Peyronie's disease or penile curvature. In addition, he has performed several hundred penile prostheses procedures as well as male incontinence procedures. Dr. Kansas is also certified in placement of the InterStim® sacral nerve stimulator device for refractory overactive bladder. Dr Kansas also oversees our Sling and Sphincter program for Men with Incontinence. Dr. Kansas was born in Lafayette, Louisiana and was raised in New Orleans.
Board Certified: State of Texas
State of Pennsylvania Physician License
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine New Orleans, Louisiana
Master of Public Health Louisiana State University Medical Center Shreveport, Louisiana, MD
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Winston Salem, North Carolina General Surgery
Temple University Hospital General Surgery and Urology
Seton Medical Center 1201 West 38th Street Austin, Texas 78705
St. David's Hospital 919 E 32nd St. Austin, TX 78705
North Austin Medical Center 12221 North Mopac Expwy Austin, TX 78758
Health South Surgical Center 6818 Austin Center Blvd. Austin, TX 78731-3100
North Austin Surgical Center 12201 Renfert Way #120 Austin, TX 78758
General Surgery and Urology Resident
Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
General Surgery Intern
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC
Public Health Advocate
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA
Lectures to Underprivileged Teens and Pre-teens on Human Sexuality, Reproduction, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
American Urology Association Candidate Member
PUBLICATIONS/ PRESENTATIONS/ RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
The Role of Angioinfarction in the Management of Renal Tumors. Book chapter awaiting Publication Traumatic Ureteral Injuries with Delayed Diagnosis. Awaiting Publication Bladder Neck Bulking with Antegrade and Retrograde Endoscopic Dextranomer/Hyaluronic Acid Copolymer. Mid-Atlantic Urology. October 2005
Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC) Invading the Renal Sinus – The Ball Valve Phenomenon: Implications for Nephron Sparing Surgery (NSS). Awaiting Publication
Incidence and Management of Penetrating Renal Trauma in Patients with Multi-organ Injury: Extended Experience at an Inner City Trauma Center. Mid-Atlantic Urology Meeting, October 2003. American Urological Association Meeting, May 2004. Published in Journal of Urology, October 2004
Selective Inactivation of M2 Receptors In Rat Bladder. Mid-Atlantic Urology Conference. October 2004 Invasion of Renal Vein or Vena Cava Wall in Renal Cell Carcinoma, Significance and New Staging. Philadelphia Urologic Society. April 2003
Cell Saver in Urologic Oncology Surgery: Safe or Unsafe? Philadelphia Urologic Society. April 2002 Pubovaginal Sling; Effectiveness and Relative Patient Satisfaction, a Retrospective Study. Southern Medical Association Dallas, TX. November 1999