Athens Urology

Our Advanced Urology Athens, Georgia location will be opening in 2019.

Please check back at that time so we can serve you from this location.

There are many reasons that both men and women may have a need to see a urologist in Athens, Georgia. While urology is often associated with men’s health, there are a lot of urological conditions that affect both men and women as well as some that affect only women.

If you find yourself in a situation where you need to see a urologist—whether it’s because you suspect you may have urological cancer like prostate cancer, bladder cancer or kidney cancer or because you’re having a urinary tract issue that you need to have diagnosed or because you’re having pelvic organ prolapse that’s causing discomfort—you may feel overwhelmed when you search for “Athens urology,” “urologist in Athens,” or “urologist near me” and you have a ton of results to sift through.

When you are faced with so many choices, how can you decide which urologist is going to offer the best care for you and your unique situation? How will you determine which Athens urologist is going to put their patients’ needs above everything else? You may think that you have a difficult choice, but Advanced Urology is a highly recommended option for urology in Athens.

From the moment you step foot inside an Advanced Urology office, you will feel comfortable and at ease. We pride ourselves on the care and attention we give to our patients. We have short waiting times, and we are the only urology office in the state of Georgia to offer same-day appointments. Our waiting areas are relaxing and serene so that you won’t be stressed out visiting the urologist. We understand that you may be dealing with a difficult health situation as it is, and we want to make you feel as comfortable as possible.

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Urological Conditions that We Treat

Advanced Urology treats a number of urological conditions for both men and women including:

  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or Enlarged Prostate – BPH occurs when the prostate is enlarged due to non-cancerous reasons.
  • Overactive Bladder (OAB) – Many men and women deal with overactive bladders, which can be difficult and embarrassing. Fortunately, it’s relatively simple to treat.
  • Painful Bladder Syndrome – When there is a lot of pain in the bladder or painful urination, the cause may be painful bladder syndrome. This tends to affect women more than men.
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse – Pelvic organ prolapse or POP tends to affect women who have given birth or post-menopausal women.
  • Incontinence – The most common types of incontinence are stress, overflow, urge and fecal.
  • Erectile Dysfunction (ED) – ED is a common condition that affects many men. However, it’s also fairly easy to treat.
  • Prostatitis – Prostatitis occurs when the prostate gland becomes inflamed or swollen.
  • Low Testosterone or Hypogonadism – Low testosterone can cause low energy, decreased libido and a number of other symptoms.
  • Male Infertility – Many couples need to undergo treatment for male infertility so that they can make decisions about starting their family.
  • Kidney Stones – Kidney stones can be quite painful and can occur in both men and women. There are many ways to go about treating a kidney stone, fortunately.
  • Urological Cancer – If you suspect you may have prostate cancer, bladder cancer, testicular cancer or kidney cancer, it’s imperative that you see a urologist as soon as possible. As with all cancer, the sooner the disease is caught, the better.
  • Urinary Tract Infection – Unfortunately, urinary tract infections or UTIs are incredibly common, especially in women. Most women will experience a UTI at some point in their lives. Fortunately, they can typically be treated with antibiotics.
  • Urethral Stricture – When the urethra becomes narrowed, and the passage of urine becomes more difficult, this may be due to a urethral stricture.
  • Interstitial Cystitis – More common in women than men, interstitial cystitis occurs when the signals to the urinary system become confused.
  • Hematuria or Blood in Urine – There are many conditions that can cause blood in the urine. If you are experiencing this symptom, it’s important that you see a urologist right away.
  • Varicocele – A varicocele is an irregularity in the scrotum that can lead to male infertility.
  • Peyronie’s Disease – When a man has Peyronie’s disease, he will have curved, painful erections. Fortunately, treatment is available.

Urological Procedures that We Offer

At Advanced Urology, we offer many urological procedures to treat the above conditions. Included in the procedures we offer are:

  • Vasectomy – When a man no longer wishes to have any more children, a common procedure is a vasectomy.
  • Vasectomy Reversal – A vasectomy can be reversed if needed, and there are many reasons why a man may wish to have this done.
  • Penile Implant Surgery (IPP) – IPP is a common treatment for erectile dysfunction.
  • Circumcision – While circumcision is most commonly performed on infants, it can also be done later in life.
  • InterStim – InterStim is a common treatment for overactive bladder.
  • Urolift – One of the procedures that can be used to treat BPH is called Urolift.
  • Cystoscopy ­– A cystoscopy is a routine technique that allows a urologist to examine the urinary tract and bladder.
  • Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) – A TURP is an effective surgical procedure that is often used to treat an enlarged prostate.

When it comes to high-quality urological care in Athens, Advanced Urology is going to be your best option. You can always rely on us to put your needs first and give each one of our patients as much attention and care as possible. Give us a call today to schedule your first appointment.

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Advanced Urology is actively monitoring the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The health and well-being of our patients, staff and their families is of utmost importance to us. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines to help prevent exposure and spread of the virus. We are staying open to serve our patients in-person and offering Telehealth appointments for those that prefer to access care from home.