Urology is the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the urinary tracts and reproductive system. This includes conditions of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, prostate and testicles. The urologists at CMH provide different levels of urological care for all members of your family, from your children to your grandparents. They can diagnose, treat and manage the following conditions with the latest techniques
Urological conditions treated at CMH:
- Overactive bladder
- Male infertility
- Prostate cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Urinary incontinence
- Kidney stones
Minimally invasive surgery
Our physicians also specialize in minimally invasive urology for both prostate and kidney procedures. Also known as laparoscopic surgery, this specialization allows our urologists to make smaller incisions than in traditional surgery. What this means for our patients is less scarring, a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery.
When to see a urologist
Men tend to be less proactive than women when it comes to healthcare, especially when dealing with urinary and reproductive matters. Sometimes it’s hard to know when it’s time to see a urologist. What might start as minor or simply a nuisance, such as a dull pain in the testicle, some blood in your urine, or an elevated PSA level, can quickly escalate to something serious. Our goal at CMH is to instill the importance of seeking care when you first notice something is off.