Get nationally ranked urology care close to home at Cone Health. Our experienced urologists treat men’s and women’s urinary tracts—the kidney, ureters and bladder—as well as the male reproductive system.
Conditions We Treat
Take advantage of a full range of urological conditions from our network of urologists.
Urinary Tract Issues
Get care for conditions affecting the urinary tracts of both women and men, including:
Men’s Health Issues
Find sensitive care for men’s reproductive health conditions, such as:
Prostate Cancer Screening for Men
Talk with your primary care provider or urologist about when you should begin prostate cancer screenings. The American Cancer Society recommends discussing the risks and benefits of this screening at:
- 50 years old for men at average risk of prostate cancer who are expected to live at least 10 more years
- 45 years old for men at high risk of developing prostate cancer, including African Americans and men with a first-degree relative diagnosed with prostate cancer before age 65
- 40 years old for men with more than one first-degree relative who had prostate cancer before age 65
With Cone Health, you have access to a full array of surgical and nonsurgical treatments. Count on your urologist to explain your options and work with you to create a care plan that considers your preferences and goals. Depending on your condition, you may benefit from:
- Lifestyle changes
- Pelvic floor physical therapy
- Incontinence treatments
- BOTOX injection therapy
- Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation
- Sacral nerve stimulation
- Lithotripsy extracorporeal shock wave treatment to break up kidney stones
- Genitourinary surgery
Minimally Invasive Surgeries
If surgery is the best treatment for your condition, your Cone Health urologists will use minimally invasive procedures whenever possible so that you benefit from less pain, smaller scars and a quicker recovery. Ask about:
After surgery, you’ll recover in an area of the hospital dedicated to urology patients and receive care from nurses specially trained to care for you.
If you’re sure you don’t want future biological children, ask your urologist about vasectomy—a safe, effective permanent method of birth control. Your options may include a minimally invasive no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy.