Texas Breast Specialists-Austin

Texas Breast Specialists-Austin is proud to call Austin home. We are dedicated to diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the breast – both cancerous and benign. Our patients can receive complete breast cancer treatment services, including breast surgery, all within the same family of physicians.

Patient Support Groups

Cancer affects far more than your body; your psychological and emotional health must also be considered. Texas Oncology offers support groups throughout the state of Texas to offer our patients and their family the support they need. Learn more.

Mammogram Services

Our Breast Specialists

Our board certified surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, advanced practice providers, and other healthcare team members will be by your side with compassion at every step. We believe in higher standards of care and a patient-centered approach. Each patient’s values and wishes are at the forefront as we work as a team to customize treatment plans for each patient, including support services.

Our Breast Surgeons

Our Care Team

Surgical Procedures

Latest News

Texas Hospitals Now Free to Resume Some Treatments Delayed by Coronavirus Outbreak
April 21, 2020 - In light of Gov. Greg Abbott's move to loosen surgery restrictions during COVID-19, Heather King, M.D., FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists–Austin, appeared on KEYE-TV (CBS, Austin) to discuss the impact of the decision for cancer patients. Dr. King elaborates on the importance of scaling down restrictions gradually to avoid a surge, while highlighting how the decision will benefit patients who were on hold for procedures but feel comfortable proceeding.
Breast Surgery and Reconstruction During COVID-19
April 03, 2020 - Many patients diagnosed with breast cancer are concerned because their breast cancer surgery or reconstruction surgery has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Julie Sprunt, M.D., FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists–Austin, joined by Austin-area plastic surgeon Dr. Elisabeth Potter, shares why many breast cancer surgeries can be safely delayed and what those patients should know during COVID-19.
What to Know if You’re Newly Diagnosed
September 25, 2019 - When someone is newly diagnosed with breast cancer, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by large volumes of information and difficult treatment plan decisions. Heather King, M.D., FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists–Austin joins other oncologist in sharing advice for these patients as they begin their cancer journeys. She encourages patients to take care of themselves by maintaining physical and emotional health.