Pompano Beach

Pompano Beach Location

Urologists diagnose and treat urinary tract infections in men, women, and children. Urologists also diagnose and treat reproductive problems in both sexes, because the urinary tract and the reproductive systems are linked. Different urologists have different specialties. Some are trained to care specifically for children, while others specialize in either men or women genitourinary problems. You can find any urology specialist in Pompano Beach that may fit your medical needs. Urologists in Pompano Beach like all other urologists are trained and certified by the Urology Board of America to treat genitourinary infections and disorders like:

  • Benign tumors
  • Cancer of the adrenal gland, bladder, and prostate
  • Injuries of the kidney
  • Kidney stones
  • Infertility
  • Overactive bladder
  • Bedwetting
  • If you live in Pompano and you suspect that you are at risk of or you have a genitourinary problem, call your health care provider immediately to schedule an appointment with your doctor. Most of the time, your family doctor can treat you for mild genitourinary issues, such as a UTIs. However, your family doctor might refer you to a urologist based on two conditions:

    1. If your symptoms don't improve after treatment or
    2. If you develop a condition that needs procedures, they can't provide.

    All practicing urologists in Pompano Beach must be trained and certified by the American Board of Urology and can perform surgical techniques some of which may include:

  • Biopsies of the prostate, kidneys, or bladder
  • Cystectomy-this involves the removal of the bladder, in other to treat prostate cancer
  • Lithotripsy, a procedure that involves using extracorporeal shock waves to break kidney stones into smaller fragments so that they can be freely passed out with urine.
  • Kidney transplantation; the surgical removal of the diseased kidney and replacing it with a fully functional kidney from a donor.
  • A prostatectomy- this surgical technique removal of the entire prostate or the affected parts
  • There are lots of other surgical techniques that a Urologist may employ to treat genitourinary disorders. These treatments are all certified by the American Board of Urology.