Urology Specialists in Florida
There are six Specialists in Urology facilities in Florida. The surgeons use the latest medical technology to treat kidney stones, bladder control problems, erectile dysfunction, prostate cancer and prostate enlargement. Surgeons at the facilities also perform no scalpel vasectomy and other urogynecology procedures.
Kidney stones are treated by using lasers or inserting ureteroscopes through the urethra to the kidney. A more invasive type of surgery may be necessary for larger stones. The facilities provide long-term medical care and dietary assistance to patients with ongoing problems of kidney stones.
For patients with bladder control problems, minimally invasive procedures are used to correct the issue. In severe cases, Specialists in Urology use a more invasive surgical procedure to correct the condition.
The erectile dysfunction treatment provided by Specialists in Urology includes injections or suppositories that help men achieve full erections. Outpatient surgery, such as inserting inflatable cylinders into the penis and a pump into the scrotum, is also used.
Because prostate cancer is not the same for every patient, the facilities use a variety of treatments for this condition.
Specialists in Urology treat prostate enlargement using medication. For patients who do not want to take medication for the remainder of their lives, other options are available. Treatments include use of lasers or insertion of a catheter into the urethra to heat and shrink the prostate.
A no scalpel vasectomy can be performed at the facilities in less than twenty minutes. After the area has been numbed with anesthesia, the doctor makes a small puncture in the scrotum and cuts the vas deferens, which is the tube that allows semen to leave the body.
Vaginal childbirth, age and hormones can have a major impact on a woman’s vagina. For the latest treatments in restoring the vagina to the proper functioning and appearance, Specialists in Urology provide skilled Florida urogynecology services.