Sherry Neyman MD is an experienced Austin GYN
For over two decades, Sherry Neyman MD has had the privilege of providing women’s healthcare to Austin women. In 2013, she transitioned her medical practice, focusing on wellness, gynecology, menopausal issues and infertility.
Dr. Sherry Neyman has completed advanced training in minimally invasive surgical techniques, allowing her to successfully resolve complex issues such as endometriosis, PCOS, and fibroids with the very latest options, including laparoscopic and laser treatments.
This Austin GYN has performed over 250 da Vinci Robotic surgeries and trains other physicians on its uses. Her warm and outgoing practice style is perfect for addressing issues, including hormone replacement therapy, stress incontinence and menstrual issues.
Dr. Neyman has a solid educational background
Sherry Neyman MD attended UT Southwestern Medical School, where she was voted outstanding OBGYN student. She completed her residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, and she is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is also a fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
A leader in the Austin medical community, Dr. Sherry Neyman serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees with the North Austin Medical Center. She was recently recognized in Austin Monthly’s “Best Doctors in Austin.” Dr. Neyman is also a member of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL).
Sherry Neyman MD keeps busy in her spare time
In her free time, Dr. Neyman is passionate about volunteering in animal rescue and is the current President of House Rabbit Resource Network. She shares her home with her husband, Jim, who is an engineer, and six bossy but adorable rabbits, BonBon, Kona, Kali, Marti, JR and Meghan, who were all abandoned Easter pets.
Dr. Neyman enjoys traveling, scuba diving, native Texas gardening and catching up on TV. She is an avid reader and spends way too much time surfing the internet.
Advancement in hysterectomy surgery promises recovery in days
Watch patient Carolyn Lucas and Dr. Neyman share how new innovations have made a hysterectomy as close to an outpatient procedure as you can get.Watch Video