• Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) – (Enlarged Prostate)
• Bladder Cancer
• Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)
• Hematuria (Blood in Urine)
• Interstitial Cystitis (IC)
• Kidney Stones
• Neurogenic Bladder
• Overactive Bladder
• Peyronie's Disease
• Prostate Cancer
• Renal Cell Cancer
• Testicular Cancer
• Testosterone Deficiency
• Urethral - Penile Cancer
• Urethral Strictures
• Urinary Incontinence
• Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
• Vasectomy Reversal
A Vasectomy is a simple surgical procedure that is performed in order to cause permanent sterilization for men. At Valley Urology we typically will perform the vasectomy procedure using only one incision. This typically is performed in the office for most patients.
Low Testosterone can effect the body in a multitude of ways, both physical and mental. Such as decrease in muscle and bone mass. decreased mental focus and mood. As well as decreased sexual libido and function.
After evaluation, if testosterone replacement is desired, our clinic specializes in administering and monitoring your ongoing treatment, offering a multitude of treatment options.
BPH is a common condition, estimated to affect 50% of men in their 50s and up to 90% of men over age 80.
Men should be evaluated by a clinician if experiencing BPH symptoms, as this is a progressive disease and can result in bladder damage, infection or kidney damage.
If symptomatic, BPH can be treated with oral medications and/or surgical procedure can be performed if required.
Hematuria can originate from any site along the urinary tract which include the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate, or urethra.
Not all causes of Hematuria are necessarily serious: such as vigorous exercise, sexual activity, viral illness, trauma/injury, or infection such as a urinary tract infection (UTI).
However, because there is a chance that Hematuria could be cause by a serious condition such as Cancer along the urinary tract, ALL hematuria needs to be worked up and evaluated to rule out any serious causes.
Vasectomy reversals are possible, and Dr. Rainwater has been performing the procedure for more than 35 years. With a success rate well above the national average.
Factors that may determine the success of the procedure include: