Welcome to NSUA
It is our sincere pleasure to welcome you to our practice. We take pride in providing you with quality health care services in a friendly, professional environment. It is our commitment to keep abreast of the medical advances in our field and to assure that you receive a high standard of urological care.
Our practice operates as a team. We have great confidence in our staff’s training, knowledge and capabilities. Improving our services is always a priority, and we invite any comments or suggestions that may contribute constructively to this effort. If you are satisfied with the care and service that you receive, the highest compliment you could give us would be the referral of family members or friends.
We greatly value the doctor/patient relationship, particularly the honesty, trust and warmth that we feel is an important part of that bond. Above all else, we have dedicated our careers in urology to helping you to the best of our abilities.
Thank you for the confidence you have placed in us. We will strive to earn it every day and look forward to being your urologists and participating in your health care.
Wishing you good health always.
Urologists were the first surgical subspecialists to be recognized by organized medicine. The Oath of Hippocrates states, "I will not cut a person who is suffering with a stone, but will leave this to be done by practitioners of this work." Those stone surgeons were the original urologists.
Modern day urologists treat many other medical problems besides urinary stones. Generally speaking, we treat virtually all benign and malignant diseases of the urinary tract in women, and both the urinary and genital systems of men. This involves medical and surgical treatment of the kidneys, bladder, urine passages, and male reproductive organs. The types of conditions treated include urinary tract infections, kidney and bladder stones, congenital anomalies, urinary, testicular, and prostate malignancies, benign prostate enlargement and infection, male sexual dysfunction, male infertility, and urinary control difficulties in women and men.
A general urological practice includes patients of any age. With the help of advances in diagnostic studies and treatment options such as ultrasound, CAT Scan, laser surgery, lithotripsy, robotic surgery and laparoscopy, the urologist stands ready to work with your primary care physician to provide you with a high level of genitourinary care.