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Wayne Health’s board-certified urologists are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of all conditions of the urinary tract. Our academic connection with the Wayne State University School of Medicine allows us to offer the latest technologies, treatments and research breakthroughs to patients.
General Urology is a subspecialty that treats diseases of the urinary tract, either medically, surgically, or both. The urinary tract consists of the kidneys and the adjacent adrenal glands, ureters, bladder, male prostate, urethra and male testicles. Diseases affecting these organs include infections, inflammation, cancer and acquired or genetic conditions.
Wayne Health urologists have subspecialty expertise in urologic oncology, kidney stones, bladder function and incontinence, sexual medicine, reconstructive urology and minimally invasive surgery using robotic and image-guided techniques. Our specialists are committed to providing the highest standards of care for patients with a variety of urological conditions.
Wayne Health general urologists diagnose and treat all acute or chronic diseases of the urinary tract. Once a diagnosis is determined through a physical examination and testing, an individualized treatment plan is developed that may include medical and/or surgical options, including the latest robotic or minimally invasive techniques.
We offer a multidisciplinary approach, so patients may be referred to other Wayne Health sub-specialists with expertise and experience in treating the patient’s specific condition. Our specialists are all committed to providing the highest standards of care for patients with a variety of urological conditions.
Wayne Health physicians and researchers are also faculty at Wayne State University School of Medicine who conduct basic research and clinical studies. This can make the latest treatments and clinical trials available to you sooner than other health care providers without a medical school affiliation.
For more information, please visit the links below at the WSU School of Medicine.