In-office Diagnostic Procedures

Treating conditions of the urinary and reproductive systems for more than 40 years

For the convenience of our patients, we offer a wide range of in-office diagnostic procedures. These procedures include, but are not limited to the following:

PTNS

Cystoscopy – Used to visualize the bladder, involving the insertion of a telescope-like instrument after placement of a local anesthetic

Ultrasound – Used to produce an image of a specific area by using sound waves to transmit an image to the physician

Urodynamic Evaluation – Used to evaluate a wide range of disorders, including urinary leakage, inability to void, and various other neurologic diseases affecting the bladder

Pelvic Floor Therapy – Used to assist patients in gaining control of their natural body functions, such as bladder and bowel control

X-ray – Used to visualize the urinary tract, including kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra, to assist in determining functional and/or anatomical abnormalities

CT – State-of-the-art imaging system that often diagnosis abnormalities not visualized by standard x-rays. Our CT department is accredited by the American College of Radiology.

Vasectomy – Used as a low-cost means of birth control. During a vasectomy, the two vas deferens are cut, which prevents sperm from traveling to the penis.