The Orlando Health Medical Group Urology offers a wide range of advanced procedures and medical techniques to treat conditions ranging from kidney stones, urinary incontinence and bladder conditions to erectile dysfunction and prostate cancer.
Our team is knowledgeable and specially trained to use innovative, leading-edge treatments such as cryotherapy to treat urological conditions. Cryotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure that uses extremely cold temperatures to destroy malignant and benign tumors.
Our Robotics team uses the da Vinci® Surgical System to perform complex, minimally invasive surgical procedures. This sophisticated system provides our specially trained surgeons a greater range of motion and improved precision in the small, delicate spaces within this area of the body. Some of the leading-edge procedures we offer using the da Vinci Surgical System include:
When choosing a robotic surgery provider, it’s important to know that the surgeon has proven skills and experience in operating the da Vinci Surgical System. One strong indicator that a hospital has surgeons with advanced skills in robotic surgery is if the facility has been designated an “epicenter” by da Vinci technology representative Intuitive Surgical. To learn more about our Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery, click here.
The General Urology team delivers expert, compassionate care to patients with number of conditions and provides many treatments and procedures, which include:
To make an appointment with one of our board-certified urologists, call 321.843.2584 or use the appointment request link at the top of the page.
The Endourology team of specialists uses minimally invasive techniques to treat kidney stones. In addition to removing these painful stones from the kidney, ureter and bladder, our dedicated team determines the cause of kidney stone development and works with the patient to prevent further episodes. Procedures performed include:
The Pelvic Floor/Incontinence team treats patients who are experiencing incontinence and/or conditions impacting the pelvic floor, the muscles that attach the abdomen to the pelvis and provide control over bladder and bowel function. Many treatments are minimally invasive. Procedures include:
For incontinence, an artificial genito-urinary sphincter made of silicone may be implanted. The device has an inflatable cuff that fits around the urethra near the point where it joins the bladder. The cuff is inflated to keep urine from leaking. When urination is desired, the cuff is deflated, allowing urine to drain out. For erectile dysfunction, an inflatable penile prosthesis may be inserted. This saline-filled device expands and contracts without losing elasticity.