Kelsey Seybold Welcomes Urologist Dr. Benjamin E. Dillon
Houston (September 6, 2012) – Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, Houston’s premier community-based physician group for more than 60 years, welcomes Dr. Benjamin E. Dillon, a urologist specializing in Female Pelvic Medicine, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Neurourology. Dr. Dillon is one of only a few fellowship-trained Female Pelvic Medicine, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Neurourology specialists in Houston.
Urologists specializing in Female Pelvic Medicine, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Neurourology see a variety of patients with complex urinary and pelvic floor disorders as well as patients with neurogenic bladder. Pelvic floor conditions are more common than hypertension, depression or diabetes, with more than 1 in 4 adult women suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction. These highly specialized physicians work alongside other specialists, including gynecologists, neurologists and colorectal surgeons to help diagnose and treat women with urinary and pelvic floor disorders. Dr. Dillon will see patients at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Main Campus at 2727 W. Holcombe Blvd. and Kelsey-Seybold Clinic - Woman’s Center at 7900 Fannin St., Suite 2100. His hospital privileges include St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System and The Woman’s Hospital of Texas in the Texas Medical Center.
“Increasingly, we are seeing women who need the specialized care and expertise that a female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgeon can provide,” said Christopher Chon, M.D., Chief of Urology, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. “Dr. Dillon is a highly trained specialist whose understanding of these common, yet highly complicated conditions, will be an asset to all of our female patients.”
In 2005, Dr. Dillon earned his medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. After completing a surgical internship in 2006, Dr. Dillon continued his education at The Mount Sinai Medical Center to complete his Urology residency. He then moved to Dallas for his fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine, Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery and Neurourology at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
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