Dr. David Wood, MD
For 14 years Dr. David Wood has specialized in micro-invasive, targeted treatments for a variety of health problems, guided by state-of-the-art imaging technologies.
Dr. Wood obtained his Medical Doctor degree from the University of Southern California. He stayed on at USC for specialty training in Diagnostic Radiology, followed by sub-specialty training in Interventional Radiology. He is double board-certified in Diagnostic Radiology and Interventional Radiology.
For 11 years Dr. Wood served as Chief of Interventional Radiology at Banner-University Medical Center (formerly Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center) in Phoenix, AZ, where he also served as Chair of the Endovascular Committee. Dr. Wood has gained national attenton for his work with liver cancer, on which he speaks both locally and in national conferences. In his private practice Dr. Wood offers micro-invasive outpatient therapies in a boutique, personalized setting. Areas of expertise include uterine fibroids, pelvic congestion syndrome, May-Thurner syndrome, prostate enlargement, and peripheral artery disease, among others.
When not busy practicing medicine, Dr. Wood enjoys spending time with his wife and six kids and catching a baseball game.
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Dr. Sandeep Mistry, MD, MPH, MBA
Dr. Mistry is a Texas native having grown up in the Houston suburb of Sugar Land. He went to college at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where he earned a degree in Chemical Engineering and conducted research to improve bioreactors and understand the fluid mechanics of artificial blood. He was very active as a student including serving as Student Government President.
After College, he moved back to Houston and received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. While a medical student, he was awarded a prestigious Howard Hughes Research Fellowship to conduct basic science research in prostate cancer. Dr. Mistry stayed at Baylor to complete his residency in Adult and Pediatric Urology. While a resident he earned a Master’s in Public Health authoring a thesis on the ethics of screening the uninsured for cancer.
Dr. Mistry played a critical role in the development of the DaVinci Robotic Prostatectomy program at Baylor at a time when few systems were available around the world. In addition to prostate cancer, Dr. Mistry has a strong interest in the management of male factor infertility and the impact of changes in testosterone level as men grow older.
He started his solo practice in the Austin and Greater Williamson County area in 2007 based on a desire to give state of the art urologic care, be accessible and be willing to go the extra mile to get answers for his patients.
Dr. Mistry is married and has six wonderful children.