Men’s Health Events at Independence Golf this week

Posted: June 20, 2017

Virginia Urology is busy in the community this week.   Thursday evening June 22 at 6 – 9 pm  we will be at “ Rockin’ at Independence”  concert at Independence Golf Course in Midlothian. We are having a special men’s health event that evening in addition to the great band.  If you know any golfers […]


Signs, Symptoms & Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction

Posted: May 25, 2017

If you are interested in learning about treatment options for erectile dysfunction (ED) you may register to attend a seminar being sponsored by AMS Men’s Health on June 14. Dr. Jason Szobota will discuss treatment options for ED to include in-depth information on the penile implant.  If you are interested in attending please call 1- […]


Mesh Misadventures, Misinformation, and Delayed Treatment- A Case Presentation

Posted: August 15, 2015

Written by Meghana Gowda, MD, FPMRS Case presentation: A 59 year old patient presents with vaginal pain, difficulty sitting for prolonged time intervals, and new onset vaginal bleeding. She denies any significant medical co-morbidities with the exception of pelvic organ prolapse and associated incontinence. Surgical history is significant for hysterectomy remotely and unspecified “bladder tacking” […]


Urologic News Update

Posted: August 13, 2015

Virginia Urology is recognized among the medical community as experts in the field. We are proud to present the 1st edition of Urological Update. This is intended to provide useful information for our colleagues as well as anyone interested in urologic health. Virginia Urology is here to help. Please contact us at 804-288-0339 if we […]


Surgical Management of Kidney Stones

Posted: July 7, 2015

By Eugene Kramolowsky, MD Patients who are unable to pass their stone or have significant pain often elect to undergo a procedure to fragment or remove their stone.  The least invasive commonly used procedure is extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESL).  This procedure fragments the stone without the need of instrumentation.  Over 20,000 ESL procedures have been […]


Robot linked with improved Kidney Ca Care

Posted: January 5, 2015

Kidney cancer patients were more likely to undergo partial nephrectomy when treated in hospitals that were early adopters of robotic surgery, according to a recent report that one leading expert calls “some of the best evidence to date of a favorable impact of surgical robots in urologic care.” For the study, which was published in […]


Myths about UTI’s

Posted: December 15, 2014

What Is A Urinary Tract Infection? A Urinary Tract Infection, also known as a UTI, is an infection that involves the kidneys, ureters, bladder, or urethra. Urine passes through these structures before exiting the body. The upper urinary tract is comprised of the kidneys and ureters. Typically, when a UTI is located in this area, […]


What Causes Impotence?

Posted: October 15, 2014

Causes of Impotence It has been reported that as many as 30 million men experience erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence.   Impotence is defined as the inability to attain or maintain an erection of the penis for sexual satisfaction. As a result, a man’s self-esteem can decrease, as impotence becomes more of a problem. There can […]


National Prostate Health Month

Posted: September 8, 2014

September is National Prostate Health Month, drawing attention to a question I get every day: Should I get a PSA test, doc? The primary screening tool used to detect prostate cancer is a blood test that detects prostate-specific antigen (PSA) – a protein that is produced by the prostate gland. There is obviously great value […]


Is a Vasectomy a Permanent Choice?

Posted: August 15, 2014

Vasectomy Reversal At Virginia Urology, our team of experts face a wide variety of questions related to men’s health. One question that many of our patients ask is if a vasectomy is a permanent choice? While a vasectomy is considered to be a permanent form of birth control, the procedure can be reversed. This procedure […]