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Brian Feagins MD

Dr Feagins

Dr. Feagins has been practicing urology at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas since 1993. He is board certified in urology and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Although Dr. Feagins practices general urology, a vast majority of his practice is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of incontinence and voiding dysfunction.  Dr. Feagins lectures regionally and nationally on topics related to the surgical and non-surgical management of incontinence and voiding dysfunction. He has extensive experience in neuromodulation for voiding dysfunction and is a principal investigator on several clinical trials related to urinary incontinence. He also serves as one of the faculty for the Presbyterian Advanced Gynecology Surgery Fellowship program. Dr. Feagins is the founder of the Dallas Center for Pelvic Medicine.  Dr. Feagins is a member of the Dallas County Medical Society, Texas Medical Association, American Medical Association, American Urological Association, and Society for Female Urology and Urodynamics.

Dr. Feagins was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and raised in Garland, Texas.  He graduated from Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas and attended both Richland College and the University of Texas at Arlington.  While attending UTA, Dr. Feagins was named to the Dean’s List and undergraduate honor society.  He graduated with a BS in Biology and was accepted to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas.  Following graduation from Southwestern Medical School, he completed a residency in urology at Parkland Hospital.

Dr. Feagins is happily married to Kelley Feagins and has one son, Colin.  They reside in Parker, Texas.  The family loves to escape to the mountains with their four dogs.  Pastimes for Dr. Feagins include running, biking, and music.

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Dr. French Publishes Article on Varicocele Repair

Dr. French recently published an article on the role of varicocele repair, in appropriate cases,  for improving male factor infertility.  The article was published in the journal Current Opinions in Obstetrics and Gynecology and received a very positive review in the Journal of Urology.  Congratulations to Dr. French and his co-authors on their fine work.