Unlike most other medical subspecialists, urologists provide care throughout the life cycle—from newborns to elderly patients. Because of the broad range of clinical problems they encounter, urologists have a familiarity with many other medical fields such as internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, geriatrics and oncology.
We’re here to listen to your concerns, provide relief from discomfort or pain, and inform you about your treatment options – surgical and non-surgical – so that you can make your best decision. We provide diagnosis, surgical and medical treatment for urological conditions.
You may see us for help with:
Voiding difficulties, urinary tract infections
Kidney, ureteral and bladder stones (treatments include: shockwave or laser lithotripsy)
Prostate enlargement (treatments include: Green light laser, Gyrus)
Blood in the urine
We can also help you with:
We care for people who have:
Prostate cancer (treatments include: active surveillance, surgery, radiation)