Dr. Sutton was born and raised in Idaho, married his wife Tiffini in 1987 and has two wonderful children. He was an All-State Defensive back in football, an Eagle Scout, an avid golfer and fly fisherman. He is active in Church leadership and scouting positions and enjoys history and astronomy. He is an Associate Professor of Urology at Baylor College of Medicine Scott Department of Urology, Chief of Urology at CHI/St. Luke's Health/Baylor in the Texas Medical Center and his practice style is to treat patients like he would treat himself or a member of his own family, with compassion and state-of-the-art urologic service. His areas of interest include Minimally-Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopy); Da Vinci Robotic Surgery for Prostate Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Kidney Cancer, UPJ Obstruction; Cryoablative (freezing) Therapy for Prostate and Kidney Tumors; Vasectomy and Microscopic Vasectomy Reversals; Shock-wave Therapy for Kidney Stones; Endoscopic Stone Laser Stone Removal Techniques; Anti-incontinence (Sling) Surgery for Women; Penile Prostheses for Erectile Problems and Artificial Urinary Sphincters for Urine Incontinence; Laser Therapy for Prostate Obstruction; In-Office Ultrasound; In-Office Prostate Biopsy; In-Office Urodynamics (Bladder testing); In-Office Cystoscopy (Fiber optic process of looking at the bladder); Interstim Neuromodulation (bladder pacemaker) implantation and Botox implantation for Overactive Bladder; and Green-Light Laser Surgery for Prostate Enlargement.
Education & Training
Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine - 1992
Internship: Baylor College of Medicine-Houston, TX - 1994
Residency: Baylor College of Medicine-Houston, TX - 1998
Houston Methodist Hospital
Urology Oncology, Robotic Surgery, Erectile Dysfunction, General Urology, Incontinence, Kidney Stones, Laparoscopic Surgery, Microsurgery, Penile Prosthesis