Breast Care Centre of Birmingham is a purpose-built facility that offers the latest technology and expertise in the management of breast tumors and cancer. Our services include advanced screening and diagnostic procedures including ABUS, in-office core biopsies, genetic testing, counseling as well as the latest oncoplastic surgical techniques.
Breast cancer affects one in eight women during their lives.
Breast pain involves any discomfort or pain in the breast, such as premenstrual
Screening is looking for cancer before a person has any symptoms.
Lumpectomy Nipple Sparing Mastectomy Mastectomy
Breast cancer surgery involves the surgical removal of a tumor and a portion of the
A mammogram is a safe test used to look for any problems with a woman's breasts.
Radiation therapy, also called radiotherapy uses powerful X-rays...
Dr. Maddux give second opinions with patients that have breast cancer...
Dr. April Maddux is a surgeon in Birmingham, Alabama and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Brookwood Baptist Medical Center and Grandview Medical Center. She received her medical degree from University of Alabama School of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years.
At Breast Care Center of Birmingham, our dedicated staff will get your health information and review your health status to prepare a specific care plan. You and your family have the right to take part in planning your healthcare with our staff.
Takes the time to get to know her patients. Wants what is best for her patients. Would recommend highly. Only Negative would be wait time, but feel this is due to the fact that she want her patients to know their questions are important.
Dr. April Maddux’s practice has evolved significantly over the years with increasing focus on surgical treatment of breast cancer and preventive/prophylactic surgery for high-risk individuals. Urgent appointments can be made for patients with a confirmed or strongly suspected diagnosis of breast cancer; however, our capacity to offer appointments to patients with benign lesions or symptoms not suspicious for breast cancer is very limited.
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