Loss of urinary control, also known as Urinary Incontinence, can be embarrassing and hinder one's ability to enjoy daily activities. Sometimes, additional symptoms present such as a strong urgency to urinate and frequency of urination. These combined symptoms characterize what's known as an overactive bladder. Please see below to learn more about treatment options that can improve quality of life.
Bladder cancer is when cancerous cells develop in the bladder or in the lining of the bladder. Prior to being given the diagnosis of bladder cancer, you may be asked to complete tests such as imaging studies and an in-office procedure called a Cystoscopy. Please see blow to learn more about the screening process and diagnosis.
Kidney stones can develop when the urine has high levels of minerals and salts. Sometimes, stones can pass on their own, if this is the case, we ask you save the stone and bring it to your next appointment for further testing. Other times, intervention is required to get rid of the stone and the pain the stone may be causing. Please see below for an overview on stones and some treatments we offer.
Kidney Cancer, also known as renal cancer, is when cancerous cells form in the kidney. There are different types of kidney cancers and treatments. Please see below to learn more.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), also known as Enlarged Prostate, is a non-cancerous condition in which overgrowth of prostate tissue causes irritative urinary symptoms such as urinary frequency, incomplete bladder emptying, a slow urinary stream, and more. Treatment options include medication management, noninvasive in-office procedures, and surgical intervention. See the links below to learn more information.
Prostate Cancer - Diagnostic Evaluation.
There are a variety of treatment options available to combat prostate cancer. These options vary for every person as many factors must be considered such as age, overall health, size of prostate, and stage of disease. Please see below for more information.