When you have problems with your kidneys, bladder, prostate, or sexual functions, you need to see a specialist in urology. Touro University Medical Group in Stockton, California, is a group medical practice with a team of physicians, including our urologic surgeons. Our practice takes a patient-centered and evidence-based approach to urology care, working with you to develop plans that provide the best outcomes. For comprehensive care from a skilled team, call the office or schedule an appointment online today.
Urology is a specialized branch of medicine that diagnoses and treats conditions that affect the urinary system ― the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. Urologists also manage health conditions that affect male sex organs, including the penis, testes, scrotum, and prostate.
Touro University Medical Group has a team of physicians who work together to ensure patients get all the medical services they need to manage their health. That includes specialists in urology.
Urology treats any condition that affects the structure or function of the urinary system, as well as conditions that affect the health of the male reproductive organs.
Some of the common conditions the urologists at Touro University Medical Group treat include:
If you have symptoms of a urological condition, do not hesitate to visit Touro University Medical Group.
You need urology services at Touro University Medical Group if you have symptoms that suggest you have problems with your urinary tract, such as pain during urination, a change in urination (frequency, control), or pelvic pain. You also need to see a urologist if you have blood in your urine.
Men benefit from urology services when they’re struggling with impotence or infertility, or an enlarged prostate.
Our team at Touro University Medical Group conducts a thorough evaluation when you come in with concerns about a urological condition. We review your symptoms and medical history and perform a physical exam.
Our team may also request diagnostic tests to confirm or rule out a diagnosis, such as a urinalysis, blood work, or imaging like an ultrasound or a CT scan.
Urology treatments depend on your diagnosis. Your treatment plan may include medical or surgical interventions. The team at Touro University Medical Group talks to you about your diagnosis and treatment options, and together, you develop a plan of action.
Lifestyle changes are also recommended for some conditions, like drinking more water if you’re prone to chronic UTIs and regular physical activity for ED.
To schedule a urology consultation at Touro University Medical Group, call the office or book one online today.