Pardee Urological Associates provides comprehensive urological care to men and women of all ages; pediatric urologic treatment is also available. Our board-certified urologists use the latest advancements and state-of-the-art equipment to treat a variety of urological conditions such as:
- Erectile dysfunction
- Kidney Cancer
- Kidney stones
- Peyronie’s Disease
- Prostate issues
- Testicular Cancer
- Urinary incontinence
Our urologists perform minimally-invasive surgeries and procedures relating to the genitourinary system, which include:
- Adrenal surgery
- Bladder surgery and Other Suprapubic Bladder Surgery (cancer treatment or stone removal)
- GreenLight Procedure for BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia)
- Kidney stone removal
- Kidney surgery (stone removal or kidney removal)
- Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy (prostate removal)
- Laser Lithotripsy and Traditional Lithotripsy (ultrasound to break up kidney stones)
- Male reproductive system (prostate and vasectomy)
- Pelvic lymph nodes
- Penile Implant (penile prosthesis)
- Space Oar (for use in prostate cancer)
- TURBT (Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor)
- Ureter surgery (stone removal)
- Urethra (cystoscopy and dilation)
- Urethral surgery
- Urolift Treatment for BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia)
- Vasectomy reversal
- Xiaflex (for use in Peyronie’s disease)
More than 30 million men have prostate conditions such as:
Prostatitis, or prostate inflammation, a bacterial infection or a noninfectious condition.
Prostate enlargement. Medications can help reduce size of the prostate, but sometimes surgery is needed.
Prostate cancer. Early symptoms are hard to detect, but can include difficulty urinating as well as blood in the urine. If it’s caught early, prostate cancer is highly treatable.
Recommended screening for prostate cancer begins at 50, unless you have a family history. Talk to your doctor to determine when you should be screened.
Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control and can range from mild to severe leakage. While incontinence may be embarrassing, it is treatable.
Treatment for urinary incontinence depends on the type of incontinence, its severity and the underlying cause. A combination of treatments may be needed.
Some possible causes include:
- Blocked urinary passage