CARE COMES FIRST

MORE ABOUT DR. MAHAL

Qualifications:

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Medical Degree from Creighton School of Medicine

Completed residency training at the University of Iowa

Board Certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist (OBGYN).  Certified through ABOG

Fellow in the College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Active member

Completed fellowship training at Stanford University

Board Eligible for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS), 2019

Prior Junior Fellow District Chair for ACOG

Prior publications and research in the field of Urogynecology (FPMRS)

Medical Philosophy

  When it comes to patient care, Dr. Mahal believes that medical decisions regarding treatment, surgery, and possible research participation should be driven by the patient and not by the doctor.  At your appointment the first priority is answering your questions so that you better understand your condition.  With better understanding you can make the best decision for you with the guidance of your care team.  

Research:

With today's dynamic healthcare, emerging treatments are adding to our abilities to improve quality of life.  Dr. Mahal and the team at Adult and Pediatric Urology and Urogynecology pride themselves on staying up on national trends and being the first in the region to bring new therapies to patients.  If you have an interest in cutting edge treatments or participating in clinical trials, we are happy to discuss these options at your appointment.

Prior Publications:

Doctor Mahal has published in several national peer reviewed journals including Menopause and has presented his findings at national meetings of pelvic floor surgeons.  

Personal Life:

Dr. Mahal grew up in California, though has been in midwest since 2006.  He and his wife live in central Omaha with their three children.  

 

RESUME

 

Affiliated Addresses

Adult & Pediatric Urology P.C.

10707 Pacific Street, Suite 101

Omaha, NE 68114

(402) 397-7989


Adult & Pediatric Urology P.C.

3434 West Broadway, Suite 102

Council Bluffs, IA 51501


Pacific Surgery Center

10707 Pacific Street, Suite 100

Omaha, NE 68114


Education

College:                                                     

Saint Mary’s College of California Aug 2002-May 2006

Bachelor of Science   Major in biochemistry


Medical School:                      

Creighton University School of Medicine August 2006-May 2010

Doctor of Medicine

Residency:                             

University of Iowa: Iowa City, Iowa  July 2010-June 2014

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

                                                                       

Fellowship:                           

Stanford University Hospitals and Clinics  July 2014-July 2017

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery


Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2016


Professional Experience

Adult Pediatric Urology & Urogynecology, P.C.

                                                                        Omaha, Nebraska

                                                                        Urogynecologist/Sub-Investigator


Current Licensure

Nebraska

Iowa

California (inactive)

Awards:


2014                       

Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation

2013 & 2014     

Golden Apple Award winner for Best Resident Teacher for Medical Students

2014                       

AAGL (American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists) and SRS (Society for Reproductive Surgeons) Resident Award for Excellence in Endoscopic Procedures


Memberships:

Junior Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Masonic Member, Los Banos-Dos Palos Lodge

American Urologic Association

American Urogynecologic Society




Research Publications (selected):


  • Chris Ripperda, Joseph T Kowalski, MD; Zaid Q Chauhdry, MD; Aman S Mahal, MD; Jennifer Lanzer, MD; Nabila Noor, MD; Meadow M Good, DO; Linda S Hynan, PdD; Peter C Jeppson, MD; David D Rahn, MD Predictors of Early Postoperative Voiding Dysfunction and Other Complications Following a Midurethral Sling. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

  • Mahal, A; Rhoads, K; Elliott, C; Sokol, E.  Rates of Inappropriate Oophorectomy at the Time of Benign Hysterectomy. Menopause 2016

  • Suharwardy, S; Mahal, AS; Wieskopf KM; Rogo-Gupta, L.  Glomus Tumor Excision with Clitoral Preservation.  Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease.  2016 April; 20(2):e20-21


Miscellaneous  Publications


  • 2012      Beyond the Abstract: Necrotizing Infections with Midurethral Sling. Epub-Urotoday.com

  • 2012      Iowa Junior Fellow Activity. Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Vol 2 Iss 3. http://ir.uiowa.edu/pog/vol2/iss3/11/

  • 2013      Events around District VI. E-newsletter published through Junior fellow Congress Advisory Council. 2013                  Junior Fellow Update. The District VI Monitor E-pub-

  • http://www.acog.org/About ACOG/ACOG Departments/District_Newsletters/District_VVMarch_2014


Posters Presentations

  • 2008      Novel Use of Lux Gene Reporter System.  Saint Mary's College of California Research Day

  • 2010      Multiple Mortality and Morbidity presentations, including presentations on Lotus Birth, Supracervical hysterectomy, and Anal Sphincteroplasty

  • 2012      Accuracy of 2-D vs. 3-D Ultrasound in Measurement of Cervical Length.  Central Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology Annual Meeting

  • 2013      Persistent Post-Operative Granulation Tissue following Vaginal Prolapse Repair. Society of Gynecologic Surgeons Annual Scientific meeting

  • 2014      Do Patient Characteristics Impact The Relationship Between Vaginal Bulge Symptoms and anatomic prolapse? Oral presentation. American Urogynecologic Society/ International Urogynecological Association Annual Meeting

  • 2015      Novel injection systems for murine stress incontinence models. Poster presentation. American Urologic Association Annual Meeting

  • 2015      Unilateral versus bilateral sacral neural modulation for incontinence: Single center quality improvement evaluation. Poster presentation. Western Section of American Urologic Association Annual meeting

  • 2015      Stem cell injection system for murine incontinence model. Moderated oral poster. American Urogynecologic Society annual scientific meeting.

  • 2016      Predictors of Early Post-Operative Voiding Dysfunction and other complications following Mid­ Urethral Sling: a Multicentered Review from the Fellows Research Network. Society of Gynecologic Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting. Oral poster

  • 2016      Rates of lnappropriate Oophorectomy at the Time of Benign Hysterectomy. Society of Gynecologic Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting. Oral Presentation

  • *Awarded Best Fellow Research Paper*


Teaching Positions and Presentations


  • 2014                       

History and state of prophylactic oophorectomy. Stanford FPMRS conference

  • 2014                       

Sacral Nerve Stimulator treatment for Fecal Incontinence. Stanford FPMRS conference

  • 2015                       

Urethral reconstruction and Diverticula Treatment. Stanford Urology Grand Rounds


  • 2015                       

Vulvar Vaginal Disease for the Urogynecologist. Stanford FPMRS conference


  • 2014-16                

Pelvic organ prolapse for medical students: what you need to know. Presentation given to every 3rd year medical student block at Stanford Hospitals and Clinics


  • 2014-16                

 Urinary Incontinence for Medical Students: What you need to know. Presentation given to every 3rd year medical student block at Stanford Hospitals and Clinics


  • 2016                       

Urodynamics Review for Creog. Resident Teaching OBGYN


  • 2016                       

 LUTS following GYN surgery. Stanford FPMRS conference


  • 2016                       

OBGYN resident mock oral session.  Session instructor


  • 2016                       

GU injury in GYN surgery. Resident Teaching OBGYN