Kirin Syed, DO

Kirin Syed, DO
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Kirin Syed, DO

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  • Specialities: Female Pelvic Medicine, Urology, Urological Reconstruction
  • Office Hours:Monday - Friday | 9 am - 3:30pm
  • Language:English, Hindi, Urdu

Contact Us

  • Address 4725 N. Federal Highway, Suite 504
    Fort Lauderdale , FL 33308
  • Phone (954) 267-6780
  • Fax (954) 267-6779

Our Patient Satisfaction Rating is an average of all responses to care provider related questions
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Focus Areas

Female Pelvic Medicine, Urology, Urological Reconstruction

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Urdu

Residency/Fellowship

Rowan University-School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM)/Kennedy University Hospitals, Urological Surgery (2011-2015) University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) -School of Osteopathic Medicine/Kennedy University Hospitals, Urological Surgery (2010-2011)

Higher Education

UMDNJ - School of Osteopathic Medicine Stratford, NJ (2006-2010)

Location

4725 N. Federal Highway, Suite 504
Fort Lauderdale , FL 33308

Notes

Office hours
Monday - Thursday | 9am - 3:30pm

Bio
Dr. Kirin Syed is the co-director of the Department of Urology at the Michael and Dianne Bienes Comprehensive Cancer Center at Holy Cross Hospital.

Dr. Syed is originally from New England. She is an active member in the American Urological Association (AUA), Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU), American College of Osteopathic Surgeons (ACOS) and Society of Women in Urology (SWIU).

Her past research has been conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Rutgers University/ Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Rowan University and BHRUI. Her research efforts have been presented at multiple national conferences, published in posters, abstracts, and journals. She has given numerous lectures on prostate cancer, reconstructive urology and women’s pelvic floor health and has authored and co-authored several peer-reviewed scientific publications, textbook chapters, journal articles and abstracts.

She leads one of the world’s most comprehensive teams dedicated to the coordinated effort of eradicating prostate cancer.

Dr. Syed is a leader in advanced surgical techniques for pelvic reconstruction, voiding dysfunction and prostate cancer detection. She focuses on a wide variety of complex prostate and bladder pathologies. Her innovate techniques have led to vast improvements in male and female urinary incontinence, stricture disease, urinary fistulae, female pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain.

Dr. Syed is board certified in Urology by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery.

Focus Areas
Bladder Health and Reconstructive Urology, Women's Pelvic Floor Health, Voiding dysfunctions, Men's health 

Specialized Training
Allergan: BOTOX®  (onabotulinumtoxinA)  For Patients With Overactive Bladder
Cooper City, FL, 2016 

Boston Scientific:  Men's Health Prosthetic Urology Fellow's Program
Minnetonka, MI, 2015 

Boston Scientific: Prostate Health Fellow’s Course
Minnetonka, MI, 2015 

American Medical System: Women's Health Prosthetic Urology Resident's Program
Minnetonka, MI, 2014

Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction: Resident Preceptorship Course
Chicago, IL, 2014

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center: Urology Resident Preceptorship in Robotic Surgery
Columbus, OH, 2013

Medtronic: Sacral Neuromodulation Training Course
Baltimore, MD, 2012

Fellowship
Bladder Health and Reconstructive Urology Institute, Miramar, FL (2015-2016)


Residency
Rowan University-School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM)/Kennedy University Hospitals, Urological Surgery  (2011-2015)

Internship
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) -School of Osteopathic Medicine/Kennedy University Hospitals,
Urological Surgery (2010-2011)

Medical School
UMDNJ - School of Osteopathic Medicine
Stratford, NJ (2006-2010)

Professional Associations
American Urological Association

Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction

American College of Osteopathic Surgeons

Awards
Resident Achievement Award, American College of Osteopathic Surgeons

National Guardian of the Profession, American Osteopathic Association

Certificate of Commendation, UMDNJ- School of Osteopathic Medicine


Publications
2017, SyedKK, Gomez C, Gousse AE. Very Low Real Time Rate of Urinary Retention After Intradetrusor Botox® For Non- Neurogenic Overactive Bladder. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2017; 7(8): 915-921

2017, Syed KK, Zito PM (2017). Peyronie’s Disease. In Domino FJ (Ed.), The 5-Minute Clinical Consult. 2018, Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer

2017, Zito PM, Bhojwani A,  Syed KK  (2017). Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis. In Domino FJ (Ed.), The 5- Minute Clinical Consult 2018, Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer

2016, Syed KK, Gousse AE. Current Updates on Overactive Bladder Management. Overactive Bladder (OAB): Prevalence, Risk Factors and Management. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2016, pp 69-95

2016, Consolo MJ,  Syed KK, Robison C, et al. Barriers to Accessing Urethroplasty. Reviews in Urology. 2016; 18 (4):188-193

2016, Syed K, Consolo M, Sussman D, Gousse A. Biologic or Native Tissue Cystocele Repair Instead of Synthetic Mesh- Did We Come Full Circle? A Historical Perspective. The Journal of Urology. 2016; 195(4): e524-e525

2015, David. O. Sussman,  Kirin K. Syed. Diagnosing and Treating BPH-LUTS.

AOA Health Watch-January 2015.
https://www.docmeonline.com/Activity/3360070/Detail.aspx

2014, Syed KK, Harris NM, Balsama LH, Neff MA, Brown GA. Impact of Weight Loss on Urologic Disease. A Preliminary Study on ‘Low- T’. The Canadian Journal of Urology 2014; 21(4): 7425

2013, Syed KK, McGinley KF, Keeler LL, Brown GA, Mueller TJ, Barsky RI, Linden RA. Shock Wave Lithotripsy vs. Ureteroscopy for the Management of Proximal Stones in the Community Setting. The Canadian Journal of Urology 2013; 20(5): 6991


Abstracts
2016, Two Stage Management of Severe Bladder Neck Contracture with Associated Urinary Incontinence in Geriatric Patients After Prostate Cancer Treatment
Kirin K. Syed, Nazia Q. Bandukwala, Angelo E. Gousse

2016, Biologic or Native Tissue Cystocele Repair Instead of Synthetic Mesh- Did We Come Full Circle? A Historical Perspective
Kirin K. Syed, Michael J Consolo, David O. Sussman, Angelo E. Gousse

2016, Very Low Real Time Rate of Urinary Retention After Intradetrusor Botox For Non- Neurogenic Overactive Bladder
Kirin Syed, Christopher Gomez and Angelo Gousse

2016, A Critical Appraisal of the History of Male Stress Urinary Incontinence Treatment: Past, Current and Future
Kirin Syed, Christopher Gomez, Peter Seyet and Angelo Gousse

2016, Barriers to Accessing Urethroplasty
Michael Consolo, Kirin Syed, Christopher Robison, Jacob McFadden, Gordon Brown, David Sussman, Brad Figler

2015, Cyberwand® vs. Lithoclast®- Is There An Advantage? A Community Based Comparative Study
Kirin K. Syed, Jay D. Carpenter, Kathleen F. McGinley, Robert I. Barsky, Gordon A. Brown, Robert A. Linden

2015, Impact of Weight Loss on Urologic Disease: A Preliminary Study on ‘Low- T’
Kirin K. Syed, Nicole M. Harris, Louis H. Balsama, Marc A. Neff, Gordon A. Brown.

2015, Adult Male Anterior Urethral Strictures: Practice Patterns in the Mid-Atlantic Region
Michael Consolo, Kirin Syed, Christopher Robison, Jacob McFadden, Gordon Brown, David Sussman, Brad Figler

2014, Cutaneous Manifestation of Prostate Cancer
Kirin K. Syed, Kathleen F. McGinley, Patrick M. Zito, Louis L. Keeler III, Gordon A. Brown
Presented: Rowan University Annual Research Day 2014

2013, Shock Wave Lithotripsy vs. Ureteroscopy for the Management of Proximal Stones in the Community Setting
Kirin K. Syed, Kathleen F. McGinley, Louis L. Keeler, III, Gordon A. Brown, Thomas J. Mueller, Robert I. Barsky, Robert A. Linden.

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May 24, 2019

Excellent.

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May 22, 2019

Review previous meds & make changes as necessary.

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May 15, 2019

Dr. Syed is wonderful. I am going through a period where there has been a confirmation of bladder cancer but as yet we still need more information as to the extent of the malignancy and further biopsies need to be taken. She has been most assuredly on top of the situation and keeping us informed as we progress to a definitive diagnosis. There was some confusion after my first procedure as to just when my follow up visit would be but it ultimately was resolved and we were informed that the biopsy results were not yet in. I cannot stress how important it is that the doctor's staff realize how much stress and anxiety patients such as myself and our families are under. I realize the doctor's office is possibly under much stress as well with the number of patients and hours in the day too see them all, it's a problem I'm sure. Make no mistake though, this is in no way a criticism of Dr. Syed. I am very comfortable being in her care during this very critical time in my life!