St. Luke's Center for Urology

Our Specialized Care

Our Specialized Care

St. Luke’s Center for Urology urologists offer patients experienced and compassionate care in diagnosing and treating urologic disorders of the male and female urinary tracts, as well as genital conditions of the male tract and reproductive system. They provide you with individualized treatment plans that include both medical and surgical approaches. Our surgeons use minimally-invasive and robotically assisted surgical approaches. The da Vinci surgical system, state-of-the-art robotic technology, allows the surgeons to perform precise surgical procedure through tiny incisions.

Ensuring that you receive the best possible outcome, they work closely with other specialists to give you the most comprehensive care plan.

They provide treatment for:

Urologic Cancer Surgery & Medical Treatment

Our physicians are highly trained in detecting and treating urologic cancers, with the most common among them such as prostate, bladder and kidney. Early detection is key in cancer treatment.

Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPH)

BPH develops, around age 50, when changing hormone levels cause the prostate to grow larger. The enlarged prostate can block the urethra and press on the bladder causing urinary problems.

Difficulty Urinating

Problems emptying the bladder can be caused by BPH, obstructions in the urinary system, bladder muscle failure, nerve damage, or even stress or neurological problems. We can help determine the cause and recommend the right treatment plan for you.

Urinary Incontinence

When you are incontinent, you can’t always control the release of urine. You may leak urine or you may not be able “hold” your urine until you can get to bathroom. This happens because certain parts of the urinary system aren’t working properly. This can be the cause of a number of factors and treatment can range from exercises to surgery.

Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are made up of chemical crystals that separate out form the urine and collect in the kidney. They may stay in the kidney or move into the urinary tract. Symptoms often depend on your stone’s size and location, but can include sudden severe pain, nausea, burning urination, and/or bloody urine.

Urinary Tract Infections

Most urinary tract infections are caused by uncontrolled bacterial growth in the urinary tract. These infections affect both men and women and vary greatly in cause, symptoms, and treatment. They can usually be detected by a simple urine culture performed in our offices.

Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction is common in men and women, but it is a topic that is often difficult to discuss. Fortunately, most cases of sexual dysfunction are treatable, so it important to share your concerns with a doctor trained in this area. As. St. Luke’s Center for Urology, we can help diagnose the cause of the dysfunction and then determine the best course of treatment for you.

Vasectomies

A vasectomy is a simple, safe procedure that makes a man sterile. It is the most effective birth control for men.