First Urology of Schneck Medical Center

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The physicians and medical staff of First Urology are ready to serve you with compassion and skill. With state-of-the art technology and specialized training, our practice is able to diagnose and treat a full range of urinary needs for men, women, and children. Our experts can diagnose and treat even the most complicated conditions.



What is a urologist?

A urologist is physician who specializes in the diagnoses and treatment of health issues involving the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs. Get to know the experts of First Urology of Schneck Medical Center by visiting our Staff page. 

Who should see a urologist?

Urologists care for diseases affecting the male and female urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra) and the male reproductive organs (penis, testes, scrotum, and prostate). Talk to your primary care physician to see if a referral to First Urology of Schneck Medical Center is right for you.

What does a urologist do? 

Urologists treat men, women, and children for any health issue related to male and female urinary tract or male reproductive organs. Women might see a urologist for kidney problems, urinary tract infections, incontinence, or menopause, for example. Men visit a urologist for concerns in testicular health, prostate health, kidney disease, incontinence, vasectomy, erectile dysfunction, sexual health, etc. Children's urologic issues could include circumcision, urinary tract infections, undescended testicles, or bed-wetting. Visit our Services page to learn more about how First Urology of Schneck Medical Center can care for you. 

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