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Treating Common Urologic Conditions in Men & Women – A New England Top Urologist

Excellence in Patient Centered Care

Specializing in State of the Art – Minimally Invasive Urology Treatments Including:

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Ultrasound - Renal, Scrotal & Bladder

Bladder scan for residual urine, ultrasound of the kidneys, testicles or prostate.

Cystoscopy

When you have a urinary problem, we may use a cystoscope to see inside your bladder and urethra.

Catheters

A catheter is a tiny tube placed in the body to drain & collect urine from the bladder.

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InterStim® System

Medtronic Bladder Control Therapy – proven therapy that targets the communication problem between the brain and the nerves that control the bladder.

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ESWL

Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL) is a non-invasive treatment of kidney stones.

Open Ended Vasectomy

No-Needle! No-Scalpel!This means much less pain!

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Reversing a Vasectomy

Significant advances in microsurgical techniques, and the use of an operating microscope to increase the surgeon’s visualization, bring greater success and predictability!

Ejaculation: The release of semen from the male reproductive system.
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.