Exhaustive care of the urinary tract and pertaining organs, including the kidneys, bladder, and reproductive organs.



Urology is a part of health care that deals with diseases of the male and female urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra).

Our Men’s Health Clinics provides top quality care for all conditions that affect men of all ages, en-courages early detection of prostate disease and other urological diseases, & more. In addition, our highly qualified staff provides a clear diagnosis along with an effective medical treatment plan to maintain your health and disease prevention.


Urology Doctors

Our doctors, physicians, specialists and support staff are caring, experienced and highly trained in their fields. They are committed to excellence – and more importantly, they are committed to you.

Health Tips & Info

A lot of people tend to avoid really taking care of themselves until something goes wrong. We go about our days and continue living with our current lifestyle filled with bad habits, not realizing how big of an impact they have. Many people think living a healthy lifestyle is hard or boring, but it’s not! While making big lifestyle changes can seem daunting, we all know how quickly we would change if a problem occurred.

Transition into a Healthy Lifestyle—Permanently

Regardless of how old you are, it’s important to take care of your health. The best way to do this is to make sure you eat a diet that’s rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein. Avoid unhealthy fats and overly processed foods to limit inflammation and avoid excessive free radicals. By eating a healthy diet, you’ll not only improve your urologic health, you’ll help improve the overall health of your body. A healthy diet is beneficial for every single system in your body and improves the function of all of your organs.

Ditch the Sugar

One of the best things you can do for yourself is to ditch the sugar. Eating healthy will inevitably lead to a lower sugar intake, but should you fall off the wagon, don’t go back to sugar. Sugar is one of the most harmful things for your body. It increases your risk of cancer, causes obesity, raises your risk of a heart attack, stroke, and hundreds of other short-term and long-term conditions. To help you get a better understanding of your current sugar intake, start reading nutritional labels more thoroughly and write down your sugar consumption for a week. You’ll be surprised at how fast it adds up. Sugars can be hidden in the label but will always be clear in the nutritional information. If you have a sensitive stomach, artificial sugars can cause problems, so be mindful of what you eat and listen to your body. 

Stay Hydrated

  1. Drinking enough water is one of the best ways to keep your urologic health at its best. Water helps to flush out your urinary system and decreases your chance of developing kidney stones.1 For the best results, aim for about ten 10-ounce glasses of water—more if you’re working out rigorously or living an active lifestyle.1 If you can’t stomach plain water, don’t try to increase your hydration using sugary sports drinks or sodas. Instead, try adding lemon, lime, or orange slices with a few mint sprigs to naturally enhance your water. Limiting your caffeine intake will also help you stay hydrated, as caffeine-laden drinks like coffee increase your dehydration levels.

Stay Hydrated

  • Keep a food journal. Track what you eat, how much, when, and why.
  • Keep an activity log. Track your exercise: type, time, and level.
  • Eat at the kitchen table. Avoid eating in the car or while watching TV. This helps you focus on how much you eat and can help prevent overeating.
  • Put workouts on your calendar so you keep them. Set exercise clothes out the night before.
  • Set goals you can achieve. For example, aim to eat more vegetables and less high-calorie foods.
  • Eat only when you’re hungry. Do not eat because you are bored, tired, or stressed. Instead, create other habits. For example, take a walk, play a game, read a book, or call a friend.
  • Try not to overeat. Once you aren’t hungry anymore, push the plate away.
  • Shop for groceries on a full stomach. This will help you make healthier food choices. It is harder to resist impulse or poor choices when your stomach is empty.

Practice Healthy Bathroom Habits

Practicing good urology health means practicing healthy bathroom habits. When you have to go, avoid holding it for too long. Holding your urine can be problematic for your health and may lead to incontinence issues. If you’re traveling, find the nearest bathroom and give yourself time to make a pitstop. When you use the bathroom, make sure that you empty your bladder completely. If you don’t empty your bladder when you use the bathroom, you increase your risk infection

Don’t Ignore Sexual Problems

If you’re having trouble in the bedroom, it could be a sign that your urologic health is suffering. Many men who experience erectile dysfunction don’t realize that it could be caused by an underlying urologic condition like low testosterone. If you have symptoms of erectile dysfunction, or other conditions like Peyronie’s disease, low testosterone, or male infertility, see a urologist—don’t ignore these problems. There are plenty of ways for you to manage the symptoms, but until you address any underlying problems, they’re going to persist. While it might be uncomfortable to talk about, your urologist is well trained in these conditions and is here to help, not to embarrass you.

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Medical Services

The medical team works with other departments and specialties to ensure that our patients receive the best care for their needs.

Emergency Cases

High Caliber Team of Emergency Doctors, On-call Physicians, and Nurses, always available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat anyone seeking urgent Medical Care.

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