The art & science of medicine
Brynna Connor MD, serving Central Austin and the Lake Travis areas with creative, family-oriented medicine.
MEET DR. CONNOR
Dr. Connor believes that a true family-medicine physician is the patient’s advocate and that a good, healthy physician/patient relationship leads to more continuity in patient care and better outcomes. She has a passion for helping patients to connect their mind and body—a whole-health approach. Her goal is to assist her patients in any life stage, to help them to become better health care advocates for themselves, to learn to ask the right questions, and to be unafraid of doing so.
‘I believe in community involvement and feel privileged to be able to volunteer medical services to the Volunteer Healthcare Clinic’s Urgent Care Clinic.’
- American Board of Family Medicine
- Diplomat, American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine
- Texas Academy of Family Practice
- American Academy of Family Practice
- Texas Medical Association
- Travis County Medical Society
ABOUT OUR PRACTICE
YOU WON'T BE RUSHED
We’re in no hurry. You’ll find that we take more time with our patients than many other medical professionals.
WE WORK WITH ALL AGES
We’re focused on patients of all ages … we are a true family-oriented practice.
We specialize in medical technology, focusing on aging gracefully and a high-quality life.
We help sick people get better, but we also emphasize proactive health practices.
WE LOVE A PUZZLE
Dr. Connor is a great detective. She’s been called a bird dog when it comes to creatively solving problems.
A GENTLE TOUCH
It’s all about you. We listen to your concerns and we know how to provide a gentle touch to help find a resolution.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT …
YES, WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS
REGENERATE & RESTORE
IT’S MUCH MORE THAN VANITY MEDICINE
Dr. Connor has an extended focus and training in regenerative medicine. It’s so much more than vanity medicine … it’s about aging gracefully and living an extended, high-quality life.
GET A DIAGNOSIS BY YOUR PHONE OR LAPTOP VIDEO CAMERA
Sometimes you are pinched for time and can’t make it to the doctor for a diagnosis, or perhaps you are feeling so under the weather that the thought of driving to the doctor’s office just sounds miserable and exhausting. Depending on your illness, we can offer a diagnosis using the webcam and microphone on your phone or laptop. Contact us to learn more about this service.
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Hear the recommendations of Dr. Connor and other medical professionals in this article on Romper.com.
“Dr. Connor is one of the most wonderful Physicians I have ever seen. She is efficient, intelligent, kind, and definitely had my best interest in mind at all times. I will 100% be coming back to Dr. Connor in the future for any other medical concerns. Highly, highly, highly recommend.”
– Maddie B., Patient
In young adults, the prostate is about the size of a walnut. However, it continually grows larger with age, potentially reaching the size of a lemon by the age of 60. In some cases, it may grow too large, leading to an enlarged prostate, also called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Aging is also linked to damage. Small molecules called reactive oxygen species (ROS) can form within cells. ROS damage DNA and cells, causing a cell to age. On the other hand, antioxidants are substances that get rid of ROS, helping prevent and heal damage.
According to Dr. Connor, the most marked loss in bone mineral density occurs during the 12 months before a person’s final period and the first two years afterward.
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