Maxx Caveney, MD

Maxx Caveney, MD

"As a urologist, you have the privilege of being entrusted with highly personal conversations about very private health concerns patients may not even share with their significant other"

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6801 Oakmont, Suite 102, Fort Worth, TX 76132

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"Very impressed and thankful to have found an outstanding Urologist"--
Dr. Caveney is a very good listener and doesn’t just give lip service to my questions and concerns. He always gives me options along with pros and cons for each. I have the utmost confidence in him and highly recommend him to any guy out there that needs to see a Urologist.

"Life changing"--
I needed to see the doctor for a urinalysis showing blood. I had been dealing with UTI-type symptoms for 2 years. I thought that it was just going to be that way because of childbirth change of life. After 2 appts and several tests everything showed fine. I was started on medication and can I say WOW. After a few days of taking, symptoms completely gone. I wish I would have known there was help 2 years ago!

"Quick, accurate, and empathic."
He took the time to listen and understand my complex situation, gave me options that fit my situation and never pressured me on anything.

Excellent care!"
Dr. Caveney is very compassionate and knowledgeable. He explained my condition in a thorough manner. I did not feel rushed at all during my appointments. His office is very easy to communicate with.

Superb! Attentive and detail-oriented physician"
Dr. Caveney is one of the best doctors I have ever seen. He took time to listen intently and did not make me feel rushed. He helped guide me through the process from diagnosis through recovery. I would trust Dr. Caveney to care for any of my family members. A true gift

Excellent experience."
His bedside manner is some of the best I’ve experienced as a long time patient. He respected the sensitive nature of my condition and provided clear options for treatment moving forward. I was very pleased with the outcomes of my care.

Dr. Caveney was the first in his family to attend college, starting his undergraduate studies without a clear career path. It was his involvement in college rugby that provided the inspiration he needed. “I played Division 1 rugby at Chico State in California and gravitated toward studying the human body as I became involved in strength training, nutrition, and exercise,” he explains.


Initially, Dr. Caveney considered a career in physical therapy, but soon realized his interest lay more in the microscopic and physiological processes within the human body. After graduating magna cum laude, he headed east to Wake Forest School of Medicine in North Carolina.


Though he initially was drawn to obstetrics and gynecology, a rotation in urology ultimately changed his trajectory. “As a urologist, you have the privilege of having highly personal conversations about very private health concerns that patients may not even share with their significant other,” he notes. “We’re not only entrusted with that information, but we are also seen as individuals who can help patients overcome these issues. Building close, long-term relationships with my patients is incredibly rewarding.”


After graduating medical school, Dr. Caveney trained at the renowned Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, which boasts the largest residency program in the United States. Here, he gained extensive experience in managing complex urologic conditions.


Today, Dr. Caveney utilizes his expertise to treat a broad range of urologic issues, including kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, enlarged prostate, male and female urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, and pelvic organ prolapse.


He is enthusiastic about being part of a close-knit practice where “patient-first care” is the guiding principle. “I immediately saw that UPNT is more than just a collection of urologists,” he reveals. “The practice is a collection of friends and colleagues—people who support each other to deliver the best possible care so that the men and women who count on us can enjoy a better quality of life.”


When he isn’t caring for patients, Dr. Caveney, an avid weight lifter, and his wife enjoy frequenting the YMCA and taking their young daughters to the Fort Worth Zoo and other local attractions.



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