Texas Breast Specialists-Mansfield

Texas Breast Specialists-Mansfield provides comprehensive breast care for women in Texas. Leading-edge treatments and innovative research accompany a patient-centered care team. We diagnose and treat both benign and cancerous breast diseases. Cancer care includes a team of breast surgeons, medical oncologists, and radiation oncologists.

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

Latest News

Debunking Common Myths About Breast Cancer
October 14, 2019 - Katrina E. Birdwell, M.D, FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists–Methodist Dallas Cancer Center, was featured on the KERA News Morning Edition segment, where she corrected some common misinformation about breast cancer. Dr. Birdwell explained that you don’t need a family history of breast cancer to get the disease, that leading a healthy lifestyle doesn’t prevent breast cancer, that men can get breast cancer, and that mastectomy isn’t the only form of treatment for breast cancer patients. She highlighted modifiable ways to present breast cancer, including maintaining a healthy weight and activity level, avoiding tobacco use, reducing extra estrogen, and decreasing alcohol consumption.
Breaking Through Breast Cancer Myths with Katrina Birdwell, M.D., FACS
October 07, 2019 - From symptoms to surgery, Katrina Birdwell, M.D., FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists break down several of the common breast cancer myths she hears from patients.
Breast Cancer: Fact or Fiction?
September 30, 2019 - Katrina E. Birdwell, M.D, FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists–Methodist Dallas Cancer Center, discussed common breast cancer myths on KXAS-TV's Health Connection newscast. Dr. Birdwell explained that you don’t have to feel a lump in order to have breast cancer, that men can get breast cancer, and that mastectomy isn’t the only form of treatment for breast cancer patients. She highlighted additional treatment options, including lumpectomy and oncoplastic surgery, and reiterated the importance of regular screenings for breast cancer.