Advanced micro-surgeon Dr. Emanuel Friedman is world-renowned for his excellent No-Needle No-Scalpel Open-Ended Vasectomy and his No-Needle No-Scalpel Vasectomy Reversals.
If you are coming out of the area for a vasectomy reversal, please visit our hotel accommodations page.
Urology Green Light Laser Specialist
Urologist Specialty Practice – Dr. Emanuel Friedman serves the New England area and beyond, within a patient centered environment offering compassionate care.
We provide minimally invasive procedures while offering personal and attentive care in a responsive and professional environment.
GreenLight available in the office without anesthesia!
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GreenLight™ Laser Therapy
If you have been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate and medications are not working, it may be time to consider another option.
Talk to Dr. Friedman about GreenLight Laser Therapy.
Natick, MA Prostate Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, after skin cancer. The disease is almost always successfully treated when diagnosed before it spreads, or metastasizes, out of the prostate.
Those at greatest risk for developing prostate cancer include men over the age of 40 and especially African American men, and men with a family history of the disease.
MetroWest Urology provides state-of-the-art urological services in a patient-centered environment. We offer a convenient location in the metrowest area, just outside Boston, in Natick, Ma.
The Medical Office Building
Dr. Emanuel Friedman
67 Union St #308
Natick, MA 01760
New England Urologist Specialist Dr. Emanuel Friedman, also specializes in Kidney Stone Lithotripsy in the office for your comfort, along with Urinary Tract Infections, Urinary Frequency, and Urgency Disorders. Dr. Friedman is a micro-surgeon in the Boston, Ma area who is well known for his excellent treatment of minimally invasive Male Infertility and Erectile Dysfunction.
Dr. Friedman specializes in Kidney Stone Lithotripsy in the office for your comfort- removal of stones in the kidney, urinary bladder and ureter.
According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, 1 person in 10 develops kidney stones during their lifetime and renal stone disease accounts for 7–10 of every 1000 hospital admissions.
Kidney stones are most prevalent in patients between the ages of 30 and 45, and the incidence declines after age 50.
Urinary Tract UTI
occur when bacteria grow in the urethra, the bladder, the ureters, or the kidneys.
The bacterium most frequently responsible is the Escherichia coli bacterium, which is commonly found in the intestinal tract.
MetroWest Urology specializes in advanced treatments concerning:
Male Infertility is the inability to conceive after at least one year of unprotected intercourse. Since most people are able to conceive within this time, physicians recommend that couples unable to do so be assessed for fertility problems.
In men, hormone disorders, illness, reproductive anatomy trauma and obstruction, and sexual dysfunction can temporarily or permanently affect sperm and prevent conception.
Some disorders become more difficult to treat the longer they persist without treatment.
At Metrowest Urology, Various treatments are available to successfully treat erectile dysfunction. A Healthy Lifestyle Maintaining a healthy lifestyle with no smoking, proper diet, exercise, and moderate intakes of alcohol keeps blood vessels working efficiently.
Between 10 and 20 million American men between ages 40 and 70 suffer from erectile dysfunction. Almost every man experiences occasional erectile dysfunction.
Three symptoms are associated with an overactive bladder:
Frequency (frequent urination) Urgency (urgent need to urinate) Urge incontinence (strong need to urinate followed by leaking or involuntary and complete voiding)
Overactive bladder affects men and women equally.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has reported that approximately 13 million people in the United States suffer from OAB and other forms of incontinence.
Ejaculation: The release of semen from the male reproductive system.
Erectile dysfunction: Inability to develop or maintain an erection.
Hematuria: Blood in the urine.
Impotence: Inability to maintain an erection and/or the inability to ejaculate.
Incontinence: Loss of control of the bladder. Can range from minor leakage to total inability to control bladder function.
Laser energy: A highly concentrated, very intense beam of light energy that can create high temperatures.
Prostate:Gland in males located in front of the rectum and below the bladder. The main function of the prostate is to transport sperm during ejaculation.
Retrograde ejaculation: Semen travels backward to the bladder during sexual climax rather than exiting through the penis.
TUMT: Treatment for an enlarged prostate that uses heat to treat an enlarged prostate. Stands for transurethral microwave therapies.
TURP: Common surgical treatment for an enlarged prostate. Stands for transurethral resection of the prostate.
Urethra: Tube that connects the urinary bladder to the genitals for the removal of fluids from the body.
Urinary urgency: A sudden, compelling urge to urinate.