Dr. Parviz Kavoussi lectures on vasectomy reversal at UTHSCSA infertility symposium

Dr. Kavoussi was invited as a guest lecturer at the infertility symposium at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio. This included the evaluation and treatment of men and couples interested in vasectomy reversal, including the technological advancement to the use of robotics for this surgery. The audience included residents and fellows in training in the departments …

Dr Sandra Carson is the 2019 recipient the ASRM Kavoussi Family Teaching award

The Kavoussi family’s annual award granted through the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) for a teacher in the field of reproductive medicine was awarded to Dr. Sandra Carson. Dr. Carson has trained years of reproductive endocrinologist as the chief of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the Yale school of medicine. This award supports teachers in the field of reproductive …

Austin Vasectomy Center’s Newest Physician: Dr. Luke Machen

Austin Vasectomy Center is thrilled to announce our newest physician to our clinic, Dr. Luke Machen, a reproductive urologist. Dr Machen will be serving male patients in our newest location, the Round Rock office.  Now patients in North Austin, Round Rock, and Georgetown, can enjoy a shorter drive to see us. We’re fortunate to have Dr. Machen join our team. …

Dr. Kavoussi lectures at UT Austin Dell Medical School Urology Grand Rounds

Vasectomy reversal is an important aspect in the practice of reproductive urology. Along with a number of misconceptions regarding vasectomy reversal, there are some misconceptions regarding male fertility overall, in the general public and in the medical community. The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School holds a quarterly urology grand rounds. Dr. Kavoussi spoke on the topic of …

Male fertility impacted by fast food diet

Although vasectomy reversal is the first step for men to become fathers again after vasectomy, there are further considerations for the actual ability to conceive again.  Over the decades, men in the United states are becoming less fertile as a population, so this is a major area of study to discover why this trend is happening.  Dr. Kavoussi went on …

Publication in the Journal of Urology commenting on robotic vasectomy reversal

As a recognized leader in robot assisted vasectomy reversal, Dr. Kavoussi was one of three specialists in this operation who was asked to comment on the advantages of the technique.  This was published in the scientific journal Fertility & Sterility. As more interest has arisen in the use of the robotic platform for performing vasectomy reversal, the Journal of Urology …

Dr. Kavoussi is named a 2019 Texas Monthly Super Doctor for the 9th consecutive year

Dr. Kavoussi has been named as a Texas Monthly Magazine Super Doctor for the 9th year consecutively. Physicians in this select group are chosen based on peer recognition, professional achievement, and disciplinary history. Doctors from multiple fields with the highest scores from each group are selected to be on a blue ribbon panel to assess the candidates in their respective …

Long term data for effectiveness and safety of treatment for low T in men undergoing vasectomy reversal

Men who chose to undergo vasectomy reversal clearly have the primary goal of becoming fathers. There is a fair amount of overlap in men desiring paternity through vasectomy reversal who are also hypogonadal, also known as having a low testosterone level. Traditional testosterone replacement treatment options such as testosterone gels, injections, and pellets decrease sperm production and have an adverse …