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Brian Kadow, MD

Philosophy of Care

Listening is an essential part of my job, as it allows me to better understand my patient’s symptoms and how their medical condition affects their quality of life. I believe in taking a collaborative approach with each patient, so that they feel empowered and involved in their care. To do this, I strive to educate my patients on all aspects of their medical issue and ensure I have thoroughly answered all of their questions. I want to ensure that they fully understand their diagnosis and all available treatment options so that we can select the best possible plan of care that takes into consideration their lifestyle and goals.

  • General


    • Urology
    • Robotic Surgery Program
    • Integrated Oncology Program

    Accepts both children and adults


    • English

    Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), Erectile dysfunction (ED), Infertility, Minimally-invasive and robot-assisted surgery, Urinary stone disease, Urologic oncology and genitourinary cancers (adrenal nodules, bladder, kidney, prostate and testicular cancers), Vasectomy care

    I enjoy spending time with my family, exercise, baseball and electronics.

  • Education

    School Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine
    Graduation Date 06/2011
    Degree MD

    School University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

    School University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
    Title Urology Resident

    School Fox Chase Cancer Center
    Specialty Urologic Oncology

  • Procedures

  • Memberships

    • American Urologic Association (AUA)
    • Society of Urologic Oncology
  • Awards and Accolades

    Name First Place, Resident Essay Competition - Adult Urology Visiting Professorship
    Date 05/2013

  • Media/Published Articles

Health Topics Posts
By Anthony Peterson, MD, FAAD, Aristides Assimacopoulos, MD, Brian Kadow, MD, Ethan Kosova, MD, MPH, Marc Fallah, MD, FAASLD, Matthew Baugh, MD, Paul Signorino, MD, FACS, Shakaib Hayat, DO, Zeeshan Ali, MD
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