Brian Rayburn, MPAS, PA-C, received his degree in Molecular Biotechnology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2015 and completed his Physician Assistant training at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2020.
After graduation, Brian was initially trained in primary and urgent care, where he realized there were sensitive health and well-being topics with men not being addressed in a patient-first manner. Most of these, such as ED, were being caused by the same medicines he was using to treat some of the most common chronic illnesses.
Throughout this time he developed a passion for men’s health. Now extensively educated on men’s health topics, Brian works as a men's health urology physician assistant at the state's only academic medical center, The University of Arkansas For Medical Science Department of Urology. He takes pride in finding common ground with his patients, identifying their medical needs and going the extra mile providing education on evidence based therapies in a way that best helps men make informed decisions on how those therapies fit their needs and desires.
Brian’s primary focus in men’s health urology includes post prostatectomy urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction, testosterone therapy, benign prostatic hyperplasia, infertility, sexual dysfunction and Peyronie's disease.
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