Urinary Incontinence is the accidental loss of urine. It affects over 17 million American men and women. Learn More
Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a chronic bladder condition. Its symptoms are pain or discomfort that is coming from the bladder and is associated with an urge to urinate. Learn More
Sphincters are muscles that allow your body to hold in urine. An artificial sphincter is a device that keeps urine from leaking when your urinary sphincter no longer works well.
Kegel Exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles can help hold urine inside the bladder, preventing leakage. These are commonly called “Kegel” or pelvic floor muscle exercises. Learn More
The Medtronic sacral neuromodulation system (SNS) (Interstim) permits electrical stimulation of the sacral nerves via an implantable neurostimulator device.
Stone disease is among the most painful and prevalent urological disorders. An estimated 10 percent of Americans are destined to suffer from kidney stones at some point in their lives. Learn More
Management options for treatment of organ-confined prostate cancer include active surveillance, androgen deprivation therapy, surgery, radiation therapy, HIFU, and Cryotherapy. Learn More
Age-associated prostate gland enlargement that can cause urination difficulty.
Da Vinci Prostatectomy is a minimally invasive option for definitive treatment of localized prostate cancer. The benefits of open radical prostatectomy are offered through smaller incisions with less pain, trauma, blood loss, shorter hospital stays, faster recovery and rapid recovery. Learn More
Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is a surgery used to treat urinary problems due to an enlarged prostate.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a medical term that describes the inability to achieve or maintain an erect penis adequate for sexual function. This condition is one of the most common sexual problems for men. Learn More
Premature ejaculation (PE), is also known as rapid ejaculation, premature climax, or early ejaculation. In the United States, PE affects about one in five men ages 18 to 59. Learn More
The American Urological Association (AUA) considers injection of fat cells for increasing penile girth (width) to be a procedure which has not been shown to be safe or effective. Learn More