Christina Salazar, MD
Assistant Professor of Women’s Health, Dell Medical School
Physician, Women’s Health Institute
Baylor College of Medicine, MD
Rice University, BA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation / Case Western Reserve University
AAGL Minimally Invasive GYN Surgery Fellowship, Newton Wellesley Hospital
Christina Salazar, MD, is a gynecologist specializing in management of complex conditions including endometriosis, chronic pelvic pain, uterine fibroids, and ovarian cysts. Dr. Salazar is dedicated to providing an innovative, team-based multidisciplinary approach to patients who suffer from chronic pelvic pain. Through her work at UT Health Austin, she aims to bridge the gaps in care for women with this condition.
Dr. Salazar was inspired to serve others through the field of medicine by her father who is a general surgeon and family practitioner serving the needs of patients in South-Central Texas. She has always had a special interest in women’s health, and is committed to using that passion for the benefit of the Austin community. She is a strong patient advocate and cares deeply about improving each individual woman’s quality of life.
Dr. Salazar is a fellowship-trained laparoscopic surgeon with expertise in minimally invasive surgery. Her unique clinical focus is in advanced hysteroscopy, operative office hysteroscopy, and in treating patients with Asherman’s syndrome and infertility.
- Chronic Pelvic Pain
- Asherman’s Syndrome
- Minimally Invasive GYN Surgery
Awards & Honors
- Jamal I. Ramahi Memorial Award for excellence in enhancing patient-physician relationships, MetroHealth Hospital (2012)