Urology issues can have a big impact on your comfort. We’re here to help.
Over 200,000 Americans are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year—this makes it the most common internal cancer among males. Prostate cancer is very common in men over 50 and is the second-leading cause of death among men in the U.S. When detected in the early stages, though, prostate cancer can be effectively treated and cured. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a very common condition caused by the enlargement of the prostate. It affects over fifty percent of men over 50 and 90 percent of men older than 80.
Urologists treat and manage a wide range of conditions, including:
Our team of Women's Health experts offers the latest treatment options for urinary incontinence.
Urologists perform a wide range of medical procedures, but the most common procedures include:
Our team of urologists uses the latest technology to treat urological conditions in men.
If you have a urologic condition, you may be anxious about surgery and how it may affect bladder control. At Dignity Health, our surgery centers use the da Vinci® Surgical System whenever possible. It's a minimally invasive, robot-assisted surgery that allows your surgeon to operate with extreme precision and control. It's ideal for delicate urologic surgeries, such as robotic prostatectomies. Learn More
If you're a male patient with a urologic condition you may be anxious about treatment. Some men worry about how their treatment may affect bladder control or sexual function. At St. Joseph's Medical Center, our team of urologists uses the latest technology available to treat the most common as well as complex urological conditions in men.