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What Conditions Can be Improved With Urology Surgery?

By: USMD Team


Urology is a field of medicine that deals with the health of the male and female urinary system, including the urinary tract, kidneys, prostate gland, and some reproductive organs. If you have a urological condition and are considering urology surgery in Arlington, TX, it is important to understand what is involved and what to expect during the process.

Conditions like urinary incontinence, prostate cancer, enlarged prostate, and pelvic floor prolapse are just a few issues that can be addressed with surgery. A board-certified urologist on staff at USMD Hospital at Arlington can improve your health and quality of life through personalized treatment plans. Please visit our physician directory to connect with a urology specialist in North Texas.

What conditions require urology surgery?

There are different types of urology procedures that can be performed, depending on your condition and current symptoms. Our award-winning hospital is equipped to address concerns for both men and women who need specialized urological care in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. These include but are not limited to:

  • Urinary incontinence: Loss of bladder control can be debilitating and embarrassing for many people. A urologist can offer effective treatments for stress or urge urinary incontinence.

  • Chronic urinary tract infections (UTIs): Repeated UTIs can cause more serious problems, like kidney infections. We can determine the root of your condition and provide effective solutions.

  • Enlarged prostate: Men with an enlarged prostate may experience frequent urination and a weak urine stream. Urology treatment can decrease symptoms and improve quality of life.

  • Erectile dysfunction (ED): ED is a common issue among men and can result from physical, emotional, or psychological conditions. Depending on the cause of your ED, a urologist can offer options, like medication or surgery.

  • Prostate and other urologic cancers: Urologic cancers may be successfully treated through surgery. Consult a urologist as soon as possible if you have concerns about a possible cancer diagnosis.

  • Kidney (renal) problems: Kidneys play a vital role in the urinary system. The urologists on staff at USMD Hospital at Arlington can provide an evaluation and determine how to move forward based on your diagnosis.

  • Pelvic floor prolapse: Prolapse involves the descending or drooping of organs. Consult a physician if you feel discomfort or pressure in the pelvic area, have urinary issues, or experience painful intercourse.

Why choose us for urological surgery?

At USMD Hospital at Arlington, you can find a urologist who knows about your particular condition and provides the highest standard of care. Our facility uses state-of-the-art equipment and technology that allow for a complete range of surgical procedures.

For example, on-campus CT scans give us a comprehensive view of the kidneys, urinary tract, and other structures so we can identify conditions that require urology treatment, such as blockages and tumors. Our team may also employ robot-assisted surgery for greater precision and smaller incisions, reducing your time in recovery.

USMD Hospital at Arlington is uniquely equipped to serve each patient from their initial diagnosis to treatment and beyond.

High-quality urological care

We understand that the idea of surgery can be overwhelming, but it can also provide hope for better health and an improved life. If you are in need of treatment for a urological condition, please use our physician finder feature to locate an experienced urologist near you. The physicians who operate at USMD Hospital at Arlington can perform a wide range of procedures, from minimally invasive prostate treatments to complex kidney surgeries.

USMD Hospital at Arlington is a joint venture with Texas Health Resources and meets the definition under federal law of a physician-owned hospital. Doctors on the medical staff practice independently and are not employees or agents of the hospital. A list of physician owners is available upon request.