A urologist is a physician who specializes in problems of the male and female urinary tract, as well as the reproductive organs. Most often, patients are referred to urologists for symptoms including abdominal pain, urinary tract infections (UTI’s), blood in urine, incontinence, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and elevated prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels.
Our physicians would be honored to be your partner in health and look forward to developing a relationship centered-around your needs. Your urology team will work closely with your primary care team to ensure your care is holistic and well-coordinated.
When Should I See a Urologist?
Please call us if you experience any of the following:
discomfort while urinating
a sense of difficulty in completely emptying the bladder
incontinence, a loss of urinary control
hematuria, the appearance of blood in the urine
the sensation of pain appearing to be related to one of the structures of the urinary tract
problems with sexual function
infertility, difficulties involved in conceiving a child