We provide a wide array of urological services at our location. Below is a list of some of the more popular procedures and services. If the procedure you are looking for is not listed, contact us.
Procedures We Provide
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CT Scans are an imaging procedure that uses x-ray technology to create images of areas in the body. Modern CT scans are a series of high definition photos in a spiral fashion which creates a high-quality, 3D images of the scanned area.
Cystoscopy is a common procedure used by urologists to look inside the urethra or bladder. Using a cystoscope, the doctor can see detailed images of the lining of the urethra and bladder to detect and sometimes treat urinary tract problems.
With intravesical therapy, the liquid medication is placed directly into the bladder through a soft catheter via your urethra to affect the cell linings in you bladder without affecting other parts of your body which may occur if taken by mouth or injected into your bloodstream.
An intravenous pyelogram (IVP) is a special x-ray exam of the kidneys, bladder, and ureters using a contrast dye. A series of x-ray exams are taken over time to determine how the kidneys remove the dye and collect in your urine.
Urgent PC from Cogentix Medical is a neuromodulation device that gives patients a non-drug, minimally invasive option for an overactive bladder.
Phlebotomy is just a medical term for using a needle to take blood from a vein also called a blood draw. It is a procedure used by doctors to diagnose many medical conditions.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation may be in order to treat urinary stress incontinence or fecal incontinence. Our rehabilitation procedures can help strengthen the muscles under the uterus, bladder and bowel.
Prostate and bladder biopsy may be needed to diagnose the presence of cancer. It is a procedure where small samples are removed and inspected for the presence of cancer cells.
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Ultrasound imaging tests can help urologists to detect tumors in the body that may not show up on x-rays. They may also be used to help guide a needle during a biopsy. Ultrasound imaging is quick, non-invasive and done as an outpatient service.
Urodynamic testing is a procedure that focuses on the bladder, sphincter or urethra’s ability to sore and release urine. The testing procedure can determine if the bladder is having involuntary contractions that may cause leakage. It is also recommended if symptoms exist with the lower urinary tract.