Biopsy of prostate: A sample of prostate tissue used to detect prostate cancer.
Bladder fulguration: A procedure to destroy the base of a bladder tumor.
Catheter tube changes: The removal and insertion of hollow tubes called catheters to remove urine from your bladder.
Cystoscopy: A procedure that allows a urologist to see inside the bladder and urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body.
Laser fulguration of condyloma: A procedure that uses a laser to destroy genital warts.
PVP: Photovaporization of the prostate. A procedure to treat an enlarged prostate. It vaporizes excess prostate tissue blocking normal urine flow. GreenLight XPS Laser is a type of photovaporization we perform in our office.
Prostate laser therapy: A treatment for an enlarged prostate. We use the Greenlight XPS laser. It is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery called a TURP (transurethral resection of the prostate). We perform the laser procedure in our office.
Prostrate microwave therapy: An in-office procedure that uses heat to destroy excess prostate tissue blocking normal urine flow. – TherMatrx Office Thermo Therapy
Ultrasound of prostate: A test that uses sound waves to see inside the prostate. It is used to detect prostate cancer, inflammation and infertility.
Urodynamic studies: Tests that focus on the bladder’s ability to hold and release urine.
Vasectomy: No scalpel, no-stitch. – Learn More
Also available on-site in our building:
Outpatient surgery center