Thomas X. Minor, M.D.
Dr. Thomas X. Minor was born at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia. His introductions to the Central Valley began at age 18 after accepting a baseball scholarship to California State University, Fresno. Dr. Minor pitched in the 1991 College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. Following his senior campaign, he was recognized as a third-team All-American pitcher and the team MVP. Dr. Minor also received the Co-SIDA Academic All-American of the Year award, presented to the top Division I student-athlete. He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals and enjoyed a two-year professional baseball career.
In 1996, Dr. Minor matriculated to the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of medicine, graduating President of his Senior class. He completed residency training in Urological Surgery from 2000-2006 at the University of California, San Francisco, a top 5 program in the United States. He shared 5 cross-over training years with his current partner, Dr. Nadeem Rahman, while at UCSF. In 2006-2007, Dr. Minor completed a fellowship in robotic surgery at Austin Hospital in Victoria, Australia, under the guidance of Dr. Damien Bolton.
Dr. Minor has proudly served the Central Valley as a board-certified Urological Surgeon since 2007. Dr. Minor’s subspecialty interests include the treatment of prostate and kidney cancer utilizing robotic and laparoscopic techniques. He enjoys microscopic reconstruction in the field of infertility as well as advanced endoscopic therapy for kidney stone disease. Dr. Minor is skilled in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) both in the office and operating theatre. He has successfully performed over 6,700 vasectomies in the course of his 15-year career thus far.