- Fellowship - University of California San Francisco (1995-1997), Urology
- Residency - Tripler Army Medical Center (1990-1993), Urology
- Residency - Tripler Army Medical Center (1989-1990), General Surgery
- Internship - Tripler Army Medical Center (1987-1988), Transitional Year
- Medical School - Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (1983-1987)
Allen Morey, M.D.
- Distinguished Chair in Urology for Urologic Reconstruction, in Honor of Allen F. Morey, M.D.
- Male Urology
Allen Morey, M.D., is a Professor in the Department of Urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He currently holds the Distinguished Chair in Urologic Reconstruction in honor of Allen F. Morey, M.D., and the Paul C. Peters, M.D. Chair in Urology. He established and directs the successful UTSW fellowship program in Urologic Trauma, Reconstruction, and Prosthetics.
Dr. Morey has extensive clinical experience in reconstructive urology with an emphasis in urethral stricture disease, Peyronie’s disease, male incontinence, urologic trauma, erectile dysfunction, and prosthetic urology.
Dr. Morey received his undergraduate degree from Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., in 1983. He earned his medical degree in 1987 at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md., where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.
After his internship and urology residency at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, he completed a fellowship in urologic trauma and reconstruction at the University of California, San Francisco, in 1997.
He joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2007.
He has published more than 200 peer-reviewed articles and numerous book chapters on his specialties, and he is actively involved in research to improve outcomes and enhance safety for reconstructive urology procedures.
Dr. Morey is also active nationally in urologic education, serving as the 2013 President of the South Central Section of the American Urological Association (AUA) and the 2014 President of the Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS). He is Chair of the AUA Urotrauma Guidelines Committee, and won the 2016 AUA Distinguished Contribution Award.
He was named a Super Doctor by Texas Monthly in 2018.
Dr. Morey completed 20 years of active duty service in the US Army. His military honors include the Legion of Merit award, the Airborne Parachutist’s Badge, and a combat service patch for duty in Iraq.
Meet Dr. Morey
Sexual and urinary control problems are a common cause of major physical and emotional hardship in men.
Allen Morey, M.D., an internationally recognized expert in reconstructive urologic surgery, regularly fixes these problems – and is one of the few physicians in the region whose practice focuses solely on male reconstructive urology.
“We are tenacious in our desire to help patients find satisfaction,” says Dr. Morey.
Dr. Morey has a high-volume surgical practice devoted to repairing problems arising as a result of urethral strictures, Peyronie’s disease, male incontinence, urologic trauma, erectile dysfunction, hypospadias, prostate cancer treatment, and other urologic problems.
Dr. Morey knows that the procedures he offers can be life-changing.
“I am constantly amazed at how long I see grown men suffer with easily fixable problems like urinary obstruction, urine leakage, penile deformity, or severe sexual problems. These procedures enhance men’s health, relationships, and their social well-being,” says Dr. Morey. “They give men back their confidence.”
Named a Super Doctor by Texas Monthly, Dr. Morey performs more male reconstructive urologic surgeries than any other doctor or group in Texas. His extensive experience makes it possible for him to safely and effectively fix problems, and in many cases, the procedures take an hour or less.
He can even help patients who have had prior surgeries that weren’t successful.
“We pride ourselves in trying to do what it takes for any patient, no matter how challenging, even if it’s against the odds,” he says. “We are often the end of the road.”
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Morey is involved in a number of clinical research projects to improve outcomes in complex cases and enhance patient safety. He also trains the next generation of reconstructive urologists by offering the only male reconstructive urology fellowship in the south-central region.
- South Central Section, American Urological Association/Texas Representative
- Society of Urologic Prosthetic Surgeons
- Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons/Secretary - Treasurer
- Sexual Medicine Society of North America
- American College of Surgeons
- Top Doctors in Texas, Texas Monthly Magazine 2019
- Texas Super Doctors 2010-2019
- Best Doctors in America 2009-2018
- American Urological Association Annual Award Winner: Distinguished Contribution Award 2016
- The Journal of Urology Outstanding Reviewer - Trauma and Reconstruction Articles 2009-2012
- Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society USUHS Alumnus Member 2002
- Legion of Merit Award 2007
Reconstruction of posterior urethral disruption injuries: outcome analysis in 82 patients
Morey AF, McAninch JW Journal of Urology 1997 157 506-510
Failed anterior urethroplasty: guidelines for reconstruction
Morey AF, Duckett CP and McAninch JW Journal of Urology 1997 158(4) (CME Article) 1383-1387
Cost and time benefits of dual implantation of articificial urinary and inflatable penile prosthesis through one incision
Sellers C, Morey AF, Jones LA Urology 2005 65 852-853
Role of fibrin sealant and novel hemostatic agents in urologic injuries and wound healing
Evans LA, Morey AF Urol Clin NA 2006 33 1/12
Proximal bulbar urethroplasty via extended anastomotic approach: What are the limits?
Morey AF, and Kizer WS Journal of Urology 2006 175 2145-2149
Management of urethral strictures
Waxman SW, Morey AF The Lancet 2006 367 1379-1380
Fossa navicularis reconstruction: Impact of stricture length and outcomes of extended meatotomy (First stage Johanson) maneuver
Morey AF, Griffith BC, Lin HL, DeRosa C Journal of Urology 2007 177 184-187
Simplified reconstruction of posterior urethral distraction defects: Limited role of corporal rerouting
Kizer, WS, Armenakas NA, Brandes SP, Cavalcanti AG, Santucci RS, Morey AF Journal of Urology 2007
Correlation of Penile and Bulbospongiousum Measurements: Implications for Artificial Sphincter Cuff Placement
Schlomer, BJ, Dugi DD 3rd, Valadex C, Morey AF J of Urol April 2010 183(4) 1474-1478
Penoscrotal plication as a uniform approach to reconstruction of penile curvature
Dugi DD 3rd, Morey AF BJU Int November 2009
- Reconstruction of posterior urethral disruption injuries: outcome analysis in 82 patients
- Urologic trauma
- Urologic prosthetics
- Urethral reconstruction
- Tissues glues
- Hemostatic agents
- Male Urology