Welcome to the Department of Urology
Urological conditions such as bladder control issues and erectile dysfunction can disrupt your life. These issues can be difficult to talk about and may be keeping you from seeing a doctor. Don’t let embarrassment hold you back from getting the care you need. Emory Clinic urologists understand these issues and can help you get back to your life. We’ll treat you with compassion and with the respect you deserve. And, in the case that your condition is more serious, we can help with that too.
Your Emory Clinic urology team uses research-based innovation in all areas of specialized care, including robotic surgery, reconstructive urology, men's health & infertility, kidney stones & stone disease treatment, urologic oncology for the treatment of cancers, as well as female incontinence and pelvic surgery.
How We Deliver Outstanding Patient Care
The Emory Clinic urology team is not only guided by leading medical research and education, we help make the discoveries. The doctors and nurses making up your team could just be the pioneers of your treatment. They receive awards and recognition year after year at regional and national levels, so you can walk in knowing you’re in good hands.
Our urology specialists can treat you for:
We take a multidisciplinary approach to treating cancer, so your urology team will play an integral role in treating bladder cancer, kidney cancer, prostate cancer, testicular cancer and penile cancer.
The prostate is a walnut-sized organ in men located just under the bladder. One in six men will contract prostate cancer, but Emory’s methodologies substantially raise the chance of surviving to more than one in thirty-two.
The female urinary tract comes with its own set of conditions, including pelvic prolapse, bladder control problems, urinary and fecal incontinence, and bladder fistula.
(Link to surgery page now located at: http://www.emoryhealthcare.org/urology/conditions/mens-health/index.html.) This includes a number of issues, including erectile dysfunction, elevated PSA, enlarged prostate, Peyronie’s Disease, varicocele, low testosterone, and male factor infertility.
This involves involuntary leakage associated with urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, bladder control problems, bladder fistula, and urethral diverticulum.
These are hard masses of crystallized minerals that form in the kidney and cause one of the most common and most painful urinary tract disorder.
Whenever possible, we use minimally invasive surgery, allowing your doctor to use tiny instruments through an incision often less than a ½ inch long. This translates into less pain and a quicker recovery for you.
To make an appoitment or for more information, please call 404-778-7777.
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