For the management of patients diagnosed with cancer of the kidney, ureter, bladder, prostate, testis, penis and/or urinary tract. Including mass or tumor of the adrenal gland. We have the latest outpatient procedures available in diagnostic and treatment options including PSA monitoring, prostate biopsy, urine cytology, flexible cystoscopy and ureteroscopy, bladder tumor laser, BCG immunotherapy. In addition, we manage patients that require radiotherapy, brachytherapy (A.K.A. seed implants), nervesparing cancer surgery and cryotherapy within other treatment modalities.

To serve female patients diagnosed with incontinence, bladder prolapse or cystocele, gross or microscopic urinary bleeding, pelvic pain or interstitial cystitis, recurrent urinary tract infection and/or urinary burning. We offer the latest and least invasive approaches possible which includes ultrasound scanning of kidney and bladder. In addition, we provide options like vaginal pessary, pubovaginal sling, and surgical correction of cystocele.

To care for patients with elevated PSA test, prostate problem, urinary difficulty, blood in urine, weak urine stream, inability to empty bladder, urinary tract infection, urinary incontinence, penile or genital lesion and/or infection, testicular mass, erectile dysfunction or impotence, penile curvature, decreased sexual drive, premature ejaculation, blood in semen, male infertility, foreskin problem or seeking a circumcision and/or any other urological problem. Available treatment options include diagnostic dynamic penile Doppler study, malleable and inflatable penile implant, artificial urinary sphincter, scrotal ultrasound, noscapel vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, minimally invasive surgery for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), including laser vaporization of prostate.

In the caring of patients with diagnosed calculi (stone) in the kidney, ureter, bladder and/or urinary tract. On selected patients, we could offer minimally invasive procedures like ureteroscopy, Holmium:Yag laser, ultrasonic lithotripsy, shockwave lithotripsy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy within other treatment modalities.

• IMPOTENCE (Erectile Dysfunction)
Erectile Dysfunction is a very common problem that can afflict men of all ages. The problem is more prevalent with age, and is usually secondary to underlying medical problems that impact blood vessel health. ED may be the earliest symptom of several common serious conditions like diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery disease, and peripheral vascular disease. Aggravating factors can include obesity, smoking, medications, and excessive alcohol consumption.

The majority of cases of erectile dysfunction are associated with vascular disease. The mechanism of an erection is similar to that of a hydraulic crane with blood being the hydraulic fluid. When sexual stimulation occurs, the brain sends signals through nerves to the erectile structures in the penis, the corpora cavernosa. The corpora cavernosa are cylinders with a tough outer shell and a spongy blood vessel filled core. The signals from the nerves cause the walls of the blood vessels to relax. This relaxation allows blood to flow into the penis filling the erectile bodies creating an erection. As the erectile bodies fill, the veins that normally drain the penis are compressed, preventing outflow of the blood. This process allows the pressures in the penis to actually exceed the blood pressure creating a rigid erection.

To care for children 10 years or older with urological conditions, like urinary tract infection, bedwetting, vesicoureteral reflux, hydronephrosis, undescended testicle, hypospadia and penile malformation, within others.