Men's Urology Care

In our current day and age, men are living longer and healthier lives than in the decades past.  While there are many contributors to that, the primary cause of this increase in life expectancy and overall health can be credited to men making wiser lifestyle choices.  Eating healthier, not smoking, moderate exercise, and the like all play a role. 

However, one often overlooked reason is because men are becoming more informed on and educated about their medical histories, choices, and treatments; opting to get their preventative screening and checkups, unlike the generations before them.

Your urological system—and its overall health—is just as important to you and your life as your vascular system. 

Thankfully, most of the ailments, conditions, and diseases men face today are preventable, treatable, and even curable.  If found early and acted upon.

Led by board certified urologists and providors, Urology Care’s team treats some of the most common urologic problems affecting men of any age, including incontinence, sexual health issues, and conditions affecting the prostate.

Prostate Conditions 

Benign conditions that afflict the prostate, such as enlarged (BPH), infected, or dysfunctional prostates, may only cause minor pain or discomfort.  However, mishandling the condition can have drastic impacts long term, such as urinary incontinence, if left untreated.  These conditions could also be indicative of more serious conditions, such as prostate cancer.  Learn more about the prostate and conditions that can affect it here.

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is estimated to affect one in six men in the US during their lifetime.  It is estimated that roughly 30,000 men will die from prostate cancer this year alone.  Early detection and the proper treatment are not only essential for ensuring survival, but also to preserve normal bladder functions and sexual capabilities. You can learn more about detecting and treatment of prostate cancer by clicking here.


Kidney Stones

Kidney stones form when minerals and salt in the urine clump together and form ‘stones’, which can range in size from as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball.  Some stones are able to pass naturally, whereas larger stones may require treatment. You can learn more about the treatments we offer by clicking here.

Bladder Conditions

Men of any age can experience issues with their bladder—in other words, urinary incontinence.  From an overactive bladder, infection, or other dysfunction, it can be a frustrating and embarrassing condition to ask about. It should not be! Click here to find out more about these conditions, and what treatments we can offer.

Bladder Cancer

Men are three to four times more likely to develop bladder cancer over the course of their lifetime, with discovery of the cancer being the ultimate factor in determining the course of treatment and regimen of the disease.  There is no way to prevent bladder cancer cells from forming completely, but you can read more about prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the disease by clicking here.


Otherwise known as male sterilization, a vasectomy is a procedure that is used to permanently prevent pregnancy.  Different treatments and procedures exist, which will impact how the procedure is completed and where, as well as the risks and complications you may have after the surgery.  You can learn more about vasectomies by clicking here.

Men's Urology

When persistent pain disrupts your quality of life, our team at Urology Care P.C. is here to provide you with high-quality personalized care to ensure your long-term health. Our expert providers will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and a personalized comprehensive treatment plan.

To determine what treatment is needed for you, please contact us at 520.298.7200 or make an appointment online.