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Our Services

While some conditions may be treated with medication, others may require non-surgical or surgical procedures. The treatment options we offer include (but are not limited to):

  • Robotic-assisted urologic surgery using the da Vinci® surgical system – a minimally invasive technique used to treat prostate cancer, bladder cancer and kidney disorders. Benefits include smaller incisions, less pain, and shorter recovery time.
  • Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL) – a nonsurgical procedure that targets kidney stones in the kidney or ureter with high-energy shock waves from outside the body. Stones are broken into pieces that are small enough to pass in urine.
  • Endourology – a branch of urology that uses minimally invasive techniques, thin flexible instruments, and fiber-optic scopes to view the urinary tract and perform surgery. Many are performed on an outpatient basis.
    • Holmium laser and green light laser treatment – a minimally invasive treatment option for enlarged prostate that relieves symptoms in less time with shorter recovery and fewer complications than traditional surgery. After anesthesia is administered, a laser fiber is endoscopically passed through the urethra to the prostate, delivering high-power laser energy that vaporizes the enlarged issue.
    • Blue light cystoscopy – an agent (Cysview) is injected into the bladder and absorbed by cancerous cells. A long, thin tube (cystoscope) emitting a blue light is guided into the bladder. Under the blue light, infused cells appear hot pink, making it much easier to identify smaller tumors and lesions that might not be visible under the white light of a standard cystoscopy.
    • Ureteroscopy – precision instruments are used to perform surgery in the narrow conduits that carry urine from the kidney to the bladder, including the removal of stones with laser technology. A ureteroscope may also be used to perform procedures in the kidneys.
  • CyberKnife Radiosurgery – An outpatient procedure in which a flexible robotic arm precisely delivers radiation to hard-to-reach areas of the body. For men with prostate cancer, treatment can be completed in as few as five sessions with minimal to no side effects and less risk for complications (compared to traditional radiation therapy, which can take up to 40 sessions to complete).
  • Urolift procedure for enlarged prostate gland
  • Vasectomy – outpatient male sterilization procedure performed using local anesthesia.
  • Penile prosthesis – a treatment option for some erectile dysfunction patients. An inflatable prosthesis is surgically implanted and after recovery, erections are simulated by pumping fluid from a reservoir into the chambers of the implant.
  • Transperineal MRI fusion prostate biopsy