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Urologists treat disorders of the genitourinary tract (prostate, bladder, kidneys, urethra, ureter, adrenal glands, and male reproductive organs).

Our urologists are fellowship-trained and current on the latest advances including new and emerging treatments, minimally invasive surgical techniques, and robotic surgery.

In addition to the treatment of common ailments such as kidney stones, bladder control problems, erectile dysfunction and male infertility, they are also highly experienced in the management of urological cancers. Our urologists are widely published and actively participate in research and medical education, creating the medicine of tomorrow and teaching it to future urologists.