Our expert team of physicians and nurses specialize in the treatment of:

  • Diagnosis and management of prostate cancer
  • Diagnosis and management of kidney stones
  • Medical and surgical management of prostate related voiding and infection related disorders
  • Diagnosis and management of kidney cancer, including laparoscopic surgery
  • Diagnosis and management of female incontinence and voiding dysfunction
  • Diagnosis and management of erectile dysfunction
  • Diagnosis and management of bladder cancer
  • Family planning through vasectomy


About 1 in 6 adults suffers with an overactive bladder. Luckily, there are now many treatment options for incontinence. Some office procedures we offer include:

  • Post Tibial Nerve Stimulation
  • Cystoscopy/Cystometrogram: The physician uses a scope to see the bladder, performs tests to check the capacity of the bladder and observes incontinent episodes. 
  • Interstim Programming
  • There are also surgical procedures that can be performed in the hospital for patients that have not had success with medication and behavior modifications.

Elevated PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen)

A PSA test measures the level of prostate specific antigen in the blood. If the results are elevated, it could be a sign of an enlarged prostate, prostatitis or an inflammation or swelling in the prostate gland. In some cases, it can be elevated due to prostate cancer. If your doctor feels that cancer may be a possibility, a transrectal ultrasound and biopsy will be performed.


Hematuria, or blood in the urine, can be either microscopic (not visible to the naked eye) or gross (visible). Your doctor can perform a cystoscopy. A cystoscopy is a procedure done in the office that allows the doctor to use a scope to see the inside of your bladder.

Kidney Stones

A kidney stone or renal calculus is a solid crystal that forms in the kidney. We offer stone extraction procedures such as lithotripsy and uretheroscopy with laser stone removal if the stone does not pass through the urine stream on its own.


A nephrectomy is the removal of the kidney, usually due to a benign or malignant kidney mass. The urologists are trained in minimally-invasive techniques for kidney removal.


A vasectomy is an elective or voluntary request for male sterilization. A vasectomy is done in the office and typically takes 30 minutes. Local anesthesia is used.