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Dr. Michael Sutker, MD

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5/5(66)
7777 Forest Ln Suite A 331 Dallas TX, 75230
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About

Dr. Sutker is a Plano, Texas native who graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and earned his medical doctorate at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He went on to also complete his general surgical internship and residency at UT Southwestern. He received additional fellowship training in minimal invasive and bariatric surgery at University of California San Francisco. Dr. Sutker has been in practice at Medical City Dallas since 2014. He is board–certified in general surgery. Dr. Sutker manages a wide range of surgical disease. He specializes in treating conditions with minimally invasive techinques utilizing both standard laparoscopy and robotic-assisted laparoscopy. Dr. Sutker has specialty training in the surgical treatment of obesity, acid reflux, esophageal motility disorders, and paraesophageal hernias. He is skilled in the repair of abdominal wall defects, including inguinal, umbilical, ventral, and incisional hernias. Dr. Sutker also enjoys managing emergency surgical situations including gallbladder disease, appendicitis, and diverticulitis.

Education and Training

MD at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Board Certification

American Board of Surgery

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Dr. Michael Sutker, MD's Expert Contributions
  • Tips For Weight Loss - By Dr. Michael Sutker

    Tip 1 - Do Not Eat After 8 PMMy Recommendation - Many patients consume unnecessary calories late in the day prior to bed. Some patients suffer from Night Eating Disorder. Cutting out these calories can help with weight loss.Tip 2 - Avoid Beverages With CaloriesMy Recommendation - Beverages with...

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    Dr. Michael Sutker is the Medical Director of Robotic Surgery and the Chair of the Advanced Clinical Advisory Board at Medical City Dallas Hospital, where he’s been practicing since 2014. There, he is also a member of the General Surgery Performance Improvement and Intensive Care Unit...

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    Dr. Michael Sutker is the Medical Director of Robotic Surgery and the Chair of the Advanced Clinical Advisory Board at Medical City Dallas Hospital, where he’s been practicing since 2014. There, he is also a member of the General Surgery Performance Improvement and Intensive Care Unit...

  • Minimally Invasive Hernia Repair

    Hernias are extremely common, especially in the abdominal area, and could also be present and undetected at birth. They occur when tissue pushes through a muscle’s weak spot.For qualifying patients, minimally invasive hernia repair is a great alternative to more invasive, open hernia repair. The...

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    The decision to undergo bariatric surgery is not an easy one.Thinking about undergoing bariatric surgery or know someone who is? Here are some FAQs that might help.When is someone eligible for bariatric surgery?Since there are no two overweight people that are exactly the same, there is no general...

  • Does anesthesia paralyze your lungs?

    General anesthesia is used to put you to sleep. Other medications are sometimes used to paralyze the breathing muscle. While you are under anesthesia, a breathing machine does the work for you. READ MORE

  • Do you get put to sleep for thyroidectomy?

    Yes. READ MORE

  • Plan B & surgery?

    Birth control is recommended for at least 12-18 months after weight loss surgery for young women of child-bearing age. For specifics regarding Plan B, I would discuss directly with the pharmacist or your gynecologist, but there should not be any specific contra-indications because you had a sleeve. READ MORE

  • How long do you need pain medications after hernia surgery?

    I typically prescribe 5 days of medication and rarely have to refill it. READ MORE

  • Do you get pain meds after a colonoscopy?

    After colonoscopy, no. READ MORE

  • How long do you have pain after gastric bypass surgery?

    I typically prescribe pain medication for 5 days after surgery and rarely have to refill it after that. Many patients do not need to take it for that long. READ MORE

  • What is the fastest way to recover from hernia surgery?

    I usually recommend light activity (walking, jogging, up and down stairs, nothing strenuous, nothing more than 20 lbs) for 2 weeks after surgery. I tell my patients no restrictions after 4 weeks. Between weeks 2 and 4, you can gradually increase your activity level. Doing too much activity too quickly after surgery may prolong your recover from 2-4 weeks into 8-12 weeks. Make sure you give yourself time to recover. READ MORE

  • Should I fix my small umbilical hernia with suture now or later in life?

    The smaller the hernia is, the more likely it can be repaired without needing mesh. 2 cm is usually the cut off. Women of child-bearing age may be the exception to that rule. You may want to take care of the hernia before you get pregnant as they can turn into problems that you do not want to deal with during pregnancy. It is likely to get larger during pregnancy, requiring a more complex repair after you finish having children. You probably don't even need to wait to conceive after surgery. Speak with a surgeon and your obstetrician though. READ MORE

  • Pus comes out of my appendix?

    You need to go see your surgeon and be treated for a wound infection. READ MORE

  • Is it my gallbladder?

    The blood in your stool is unlikely to be related to your gallbladder. Gallbladder symptoms typically include right upper quadrant abdominal pain that is worse after eating, especially fatty, greasy, and oily foods. The pain can be associated with nausea, vomiting, and bloating. An ultrasound is typically required to diagnose gallstones. You may require evaluation by your PCP, a gastroenterologist, and a surgeon to sort through your issues, but you should not ignore your symptoms! READ MORE

  • How long do you stay in hospital after abdominal hernia surgery?

    Many can be done as day surgery procedures (home on the same day of surgery). Larger hernias may require a 1 or 2 night stay in the hospital. READ MORE

  • What surgery is done for abdominal hernia?

    Hernia repair. The location of the hernia, size, and previous surgeries depends on the type of surgery offered. Options include open repair with a large incision or minimally invasive repair (laparoscopic or robotic-assisted) with several small incisions. Most hernia repairs are done with placement of mesh, but certain hernias are able to be fixed without it. READ MORE

  • Diabetic circumcision?

    Make sure you discuss with your surgeon and your anesthesiologist! Typically, an A1c <7 or 8 is a better option prior to an elective operation. An A1c that high puts you at potential risk for wound complications or impaired healing. READ MORE

  • I have right side pain?

    Without seeing a doctor, you may not get very far. There are some long-term side effects from a gastric bypass that could be contributing to your symptoms. Long-term NSAID (anti-inflammatories such as ibuprofen) can cause ulcers, especially in bypass patients, although that typically presents as left-sided pain. Kidney stones, diverticulitis, ovarian cysts, gastroenteritis, muscle strains... the list can go on. READ MORE

  • How long can you wait to have surgery for a hernia?

    If you have symptoms related to your hiatal hernia, I would recommend repair. Typical symptoms include nausea, vomiting, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia), reflux, and bloating. Atypical symptoms can include a cough, sore throat, and difficulty breathing. There is rarely a need to operate urgently; however, the hernia will typically get larger and more problematic over time. The hardest ones to fix are usually the ones where a patient has waited 10+ years after getting diagnosed prior to having a repair. READ MORE

  • Is hernia surgery advisable for an 80-year-old?

    Her physiologic age (how healthy is she?) is more of a determining factor than her chronologic age. I have operated on many 90+ year olds who were healthier than 50+ year olds. In general, a hernia repair should be a safe operation in an 80 year old, and it is probably better to operate when she is 80 and not 90 and when it is a planned operation over an emergency. READ MORE

  • Does general anesthesia increase risk of DVT?

    There is a slight increase risk with general anesthesia of getting a DVT, but not enough of a risk that I would recommend against general anesthesia for most operations. General anesthesia is typically very safe, and other contributing factors (obesity, immobility, previous blood clots) probably contribute to a higher risk of a DVT after surgery. READ MORE

  • Does appendix surgery leave a scar?

    Any surgery you have will leave a scar. Typically, an appendectomy is done via laparoscopy with several small 1 cm incisions. They typically heal well with just a faint line. READ MORE

  • Is stomach hernia surgery painful?

    Typically, hernia repair is well tolerated. Pain depends on your own tolerance, the size of the hernia, and the kind of repair. READ MORE

  • Can thyroid surgery be done under local anesthesia?

    Unlikely. It is actually much safer to do under general anesthesia. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

General and Bariatric Surgery

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Medical Director of Robotic Surgery Medical City Dallas Hospital 2016 - 2016
  • Chair of the Advanced Clinical Advisory Board Medical City Dallas Hospital - 2016
  • Section Chief for General Surgery Medical City Dallas Hospital 2019 - 2019

Awards

  • Top10MD 2019 Top10MD 
  • Top10MD 2018 Top10MD 
  • Top10MD 2017 Top10MD 

Professional Memberships

  • Texas Association for Bariatric Surgery  
  • American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery  
  • Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons  

Fellowships

  • Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Professional Society Memberships

  • Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons, American College of Surgeons, Texas Medical Association, Dallas County Medical Society

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Good training and availability

Hobbies / Sports

  • Spending Time With Family

Dr. Michael Sutker, MD's Practice location

Michael Sutker, M.D., P.A.

7777 Forest Ln Suite A 331 -
Dallas, TX 75230
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Michael Sutker, MD, PA

4510 Medical Center Drive 302 -
McKinney, TX 75069
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Practice At 5201 Harry Hines Blvd

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Patient Experience with Dr. Sutker


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Based on 66 reviews

Dr. Michael Sutker, MD has a rating of 5 out of 5 stars based on the reviews from 66 patients. FindaTopDoc has aggregated the experiences from real patients to help give you more insights and information on how to choose the best Surgeon in your area. These reviews do not reflect a providers level of clinical care, but are a compilation of quality indicators such as bedside manner, wait time, staff friendliness, ease of appointment, and knowledge of conditions and treatments.
  • Monica
    (5)

    Doctor Sutker was great and explained everything really well.

  • Michael
    (5)

    Absolutely great!

  • Ernest bore n
    (5)

    Great

  • Morgan
    (5)

    I came in through the Er so had no prior experience with the Dr. He has been very attentive, caring and helpful with all of my questions and concerns.

  • Casey
    (5)

    Dr. Sutker is so attentive. He provides exceptional support!

  • (4)

    Amazing doctor and staff!

  • Michael
    (5)

    Excellent bedside manners. Excellent care

  • Dorothy
    (5)

    Great Doctor very professional

  • Ronda
    (5)

    He saved my life! What's a better review than that.?

  • Dorothy
    (5)

    Excellent care. Excellent bedside manners

  • Robert
    (4)

    Helpful

  • Nighat
    (5)

    He did good Job

  • Damon
    (5)

    Excellent doctor . Kind and understanding. Gave great advice to help my problem.

  • Robert
    (5)

    He was fantastic.

  • Ana
    (5)

    Excellent

  • Carol
    (5)

    Dr. Sutker was very knowledgeable, kind, professional and considerate. He made me feel relaxed and that he cared for me and my anxiety and that I was a person not a number.

  • Elliot
    (5)

    I found dr sutker to be very professional but still personable. He answered all of my questions truthfully.

  • (5)

    Great :)

  • Abba
    (5)

    A bit of a wait but worth it. I felt the doctor really listened and addressed my concerns. Also knowledgeble.

  • Phyllis
    (5)

    Good care. Talked me and answered all my questions.

  • (5)

    Easy to talk to and doesnt Rush

  • Elizabeth
    (5)

    Excellent care.

  • Leticia
    (5)

    I was very satisfied with the Doctor.

  • Ada
    (5)

    Great doctor.

  • Antoinette
    (5)

    Dr. Sutker is a wonderful surgeon. I feel so much better since my surgery. He is a great Dr.

  • Glen
    (5)

    Great job

  • Samer
    (5)

    10 greatest Doctor

  • (5)

    Very thorough explanation and treatment plan.

  • Kim
    (5)

    Everything is good

  • Stanley
    (5)

    Great

  • Carrie
    (5)

    Excellent bedside manner. Made me feel very comfortable and at ease.

  • Kurt
    (5)

    Great experience great staff. Would definitely recommend!

  • Maria
    (5)

    Thank you dr sutker for doing my surgery everything came out great

  • (5)

    Great doctor and staff

  • Sudtida
    (5)

    The experience seeing the doctor has been good.

  • Leon
    (5)

    A good review great dr

  • Ken
    (5)

    I received excellent care from Dr Sutker. He is very competent and cares for his patients. Medical City is very lucky to have a doctor with his abilities and compassion at their facility. Thanks to Dr Sutker and his staff for taking care of me.

  • Mark
    (5)

    Excellent

  • Alvin
    (5)

    Real good

  • James
    (5)

    Excellent Doctor!

  • Kathryn
    (5)

    Great and quick, not a long wait, very nice

  • (5)

    Good orientation and very personable. Very informative and polite.

  • Kenneth
    (5)

    Great doctor

  • (5)

    Great service

  • Jose
    (5)

    From having a bad experience at another hospital. I came to Medical City and went under emergency surgery. Dr. Sutker was such a blessing. He was very nice and friendly and informative. His staff has also been very nice and attentive as well. I'm so glad I chose to come here.

  • Ovetta
    (5)

    Beautiful office and great care. Doctor understands my medical needs.

  • Ronald
    (5)

    Very knowledgeable and informational set up appointment in a timely manner.

  • Ronald
    (5)

    Very knowledgeable and informational set up appointment in a timely manner.

  • (5)

    Good orientation and very personable. Very informative and polite.

  • Kenneth
    (5)

    Great doctor

  • (5)

    Great service

  • Jose
    (5)

    From having a bad experience at another hospital. I came to Medical City and went under emergency surgery. Dr. Sutker was such a blessing. He was very nice and friendly and informative. His staff has also been very nice and attentive as well. Im so glad I chose to come here.

  • (5)

    Answered all questions. Great bed side manner and smile.

  • (4)

    The doctor did an excellent job for me. Very pleased.

  • (5)

    Answered all questions. Great bed side manner and smile.

  • Angela
    (5)

    Great üòÄ

  • (4)

    Need magazines in the waiting and Doctor rooms.

  • Seneca
    (5)

    This visit was one of the best I've ever had, everyone was friendly and made me feel welcomed.

  • James
    (5)

    Very pleasant, and knowledgeable

  • Nick
    (5)

    Worthwhile and informative bariatric surgery consultation

  • Debbie
    (5)

    Excellent experience. Dr. Sutker is personable, professional, spends time explaining and answering questions. I would refer patients to him without question.

  • Tiffany
    (5)

    Very knowledgable and great bedside manners. Ability to answer all questions and make you feel comfortable trusting him for your medical needs.

  • Shira
    (5)

    Professional and caring doctor and office staff.

  • Maria
    (5)

    My surgery went well...so glad. Now I can wake up every morning without any stomach ache üòäüòäüòä

  • (5)

    Very personable and part of the new generation of physicians.

  • Chad
    (5)

    This place is awesome. Thanks for all y'all have done for me.

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Media Releases

Get to know General Surgeon Dr. Michael Jason Sutker, who serves patients in Texas.

Dr. Sutker is a board-certified general surgeon who specializes in treating general surgery conditions with minimally invasive techniques, mostly utilizing robotic-assisted laparoscopy. He opened his practice, Michael Sutker, M.D., P.A., at Medical City Dallas in 2014 where he is the Medical Director of the Robotic Surgery Program & Section Chief for General Surgery.

At the beginning of 2019, he started a second office at Medical City McKinney to bring his skills and expertise to that area. Dr. Sutker is also a part of the Surgical Consultants of Dallas, LLC, and he maintains close ties with associate surgeons, including Dr. Sue Jiang, Dr. Christopher Bell, and Dr. Dina Madni.

A Plano, Texas native who graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Sutker earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He then went on to complete his general surgical internship and residency at the same educational venue. He received additional fellowship training in minimal invasive and bariatric surgery at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. 

Skilled in the repair of abdominal wall defects, the doctor is board-certified in general surgery by the American Board of Surgery, an independent, non-profit organization located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded for the purpose of certifying surgeons who have met a defined standard of education, training, and knowledge. 

In addition, he is board-certified in obesity surgery by the American Board of Obesity Medicine, which is a 501 nonprofit, self-appointed physician-evaluation organization that certifies physicians practicing obesity medicine.

Attributing his success to good training and availability, he has received specialty training in the surgical treatment of obesity, gastro-esophageal reflux disease, esophageal motility disorders, paraesophageal hernias, and inguinal and ventral hernias. He also has an extensive practice in emergency general surgery, managing problems such as appendicitis, cholecystitis, diverticulitis, and small bowel obstructions.

Remaining at the forefront of his challenging specialty via memberships with professional organizations, Dr. Sutker is a member of the American College of Surgeons (Fellow), the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons, the American Medical Association, the Texas Medical Association, the Texas Association for Bariatric Surgery, the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (Fellow), the Dallas County Medical Society, and the Obesity Medicine Association.

He maintains the highest levels of accreditation and pursues ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the medical field. He also participates in regular continuing medical education and attends local and national conferences to stay abreast of new research and surgical techniques.

General surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on abdominal contents including the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, appendix and bile ducts, and often the thyroid gland. A general surgeon performs a wide range of abdominal surgeries for many forms of intestinal and abdominal wall neoplasms, gallbladder disease, gastric and pancreatic disease. They follow the patient through critical care and surgical recovery all the way to outpatient care. 

Among his numerous accolades, Dr. Sutker is the recipient of Patients’ Choice Award (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), On-Time Doctor Award (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), and Compassionate Doctor Recognition (2015, 2017).

Outside of practicing medicine, he enjoys spending time with family.

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