FAQ’s

FAQ

Urology is a surgical specialty that deals with diseases of the urinary tract and sexual function concerns in men and women.

A Urologist focuses on diagnosing and treating disorders of the urinary tracts of males and females, and on the reproductive system of males. To become a urologist, an individual must graduate from medical school, then complete two years of general surgical training, followed by four years of speciality training in urologic surgery.

Each of our urologists is trained to evaluate and treat all conditions of the genito-urinary tract. For straightforward medical situations, you may wish to select your urologist based on the convenience of his or her office location. If you feel your case is more complex, you might prefer the expertise of a doctor whose clinical interests align with you area of concern.

Urology Health Specialists, LLC has many office locations, whose schedules may vary. Please visit our LOCATIONS & DIRECTIONS page on our website. This will lead you to our locations where you can view their office hours.

Urology Health Specialists, LLC has many office locations, whose schedules may vary. Please visit our LOCATIONS & DIRECTIONS page on our website. This will lead you to our locations where you can view their office hours.

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