Does taking ibuprofen lead to infertility? Read what Dr. Ellen says about recent study.

Posted: February 26, 2018

There has been recent news about a study that came out that said men taking ibuprofen have a greater chance of infertility.  Dr. Joseph Ellen who specializes in male infertility,  discusses the study reported in the news regarding ibuprofen  and infertility in men.   You should always discuss concerns with your doctor. Many studies sound good but lack data to […]

Our Doctors Voted to have the “Best Bedside Manner”

Posted: January 17, 2018

Richmond’s OurHealth magazine readers have spoken and they say that our doctors have the best bedside manner. Every year we are tops in this category and this year’s winners are no surprise: UROLOGY: First Place: Anthony (Tony) M.  Sliwinski, MD Second Place: David B. Glazier, MD Third Place: Michael  D. Byrne, MD Honorable Mention: Robert […]

Dr. Mark Monahan elected President of the Richmond Academy of Medicine


Congratulations to Dr. Mark Monahan for becoming the newest President of the Richmond Academy of Medicine (RAM). RAM serves more than 2,400 area healthcare professionals who live in the Greater Richmond Metro area. It is dedicated to serving our members and the greater community through comprehensive programs that include legislative, regulatory, economic and social advocacy for […]

Community Talk to learn more about Urolift procedure

Posted: November 28, 2017

Virginia Urology is pleased to present an educational opportunity for you to learn more about the Urolift procedure. This procedure is for men suffering with symptoms of enlarged prostate also known as  benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).  This procedure is covered by Medicare and some other insurance  carriers. Dr. Kinloch Nelson will speak on Wednesday, December 6 at […]

Dr. Kramolowsky Discusses New Enlarged Prostate Treatment

Posted: November 21, 2017

Dr. Kramolowsky was recently featured on Neighborhood Health discussing important research that Virginia Urology is currently conducting to help patients in the future. In particular, he discussed a new treatment for enlarged prostate.   

Female Urinary Incontinence Treatments

Posted: October 15, 2015

By Meghana Gowda, MD, FPMRS The involuntary leakage of urine affects over 50% of women and is not isolated to women who are post-menopausal. A recent survey study queried younger women between the ages of 18-50 years old and up to 50% of participants reported leakage. The three most common sub-types of female incontinence are: […]

Update on Urinary Tract Infections

Posted: September 15, 2015

Written by Meghana Gowda, MD, FPMRS Symptomatic urinary tract infections(UTI) are one of the more common ailments that can plague a woman throughout her lifespan. The incidence of a UTI is 11% per year with a 5% rate of recurrence or relapse. Recurrence is defined as 2 culture confirmed infections within 6 months or 3 […]