At Pikes Peak Urology, we have urology covered for the southern Colorado and Pikes Peak region. We are conveniently located in Colorado Springs near the intersection of Woodman Road and Powers Boulevard. Our board-certified urologists offer the complete range of urologic services. But you might be asking yourself, when should I see a urologist?
Urology is a broad field. It is most often considered a surgical specialty. A urologist is a physician who specializes in treating urological conditions. He or she also has to have knowledge of internal medicine, gynecology, men’s reproductive systems and other specialties. Patients seek urologists for a vast array of clinical problems. The diseases treated by an urologist include any disease that affects the testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, penis, epididymis in men along diseases affecting the adrenal glands, kidneys, ureters, urethra and bladder.
If you ever have a question about a urologic condition, talk to your doctor or contact us Pikes Peak Urology to schedule an in-person consultation:
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Common Issues Treated by Our Urologists at Pikes Peak Urology:
The non-scapel vasectomy is typically performed 300 to 400 annually. The non-scalpel technique goes back over 40 years and is a procedure with very little discomfort or pain. Most patients can return to their normal activities within a week of having their procedure. The professionals at Pikes Peak have performed this procedure over 20,000 times collectively. This procedure usually only takes 20 to 30 minutes and is performed in-office.
This extremely painful condition can be treated using various methods. Which type of method will work best depends on the location, number and size of the stone or stones. We offer various techniques, which include percutaneous stone removal, ureteroscopic stone removal along with noninvasive shockwave lithotripsy. Our Dr. Jeffery Moody is the only urologist in the Pikes Peak region who has been kidney stone fellowship trained.
Impotence/Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
This condition, also known as ED, is more common in older men. We can treat the condition after doing a thorough evaluation in order to come up with the most effective method of treatment. We offer both surgical and nonsurgical options for treating ED.
Cancer of the Prostate And Urinary Tract
Urinary tract cancers are pretty common in the US. Prostate cancer is the number two most common cause of death in America. Bladder cancer is the sixth most common. We also treat cancer involving the kidneys, which is one of the top ten most common cancers in the US. Testicular cancer is another type of cancer we treat. We have over 75 years combined experience in urologic oncology. We offer a range of treatment options including perineal and open prostatectomy, laparoscopic and robotic procedures.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Prostatism
We offer a variety of treatments to treat an enlarged prostate. Some of these include the use of alpha blockers. This method is effective on mild to moderate urinary symptoms. Other medications can also reduce the size of the prostate. If medication is not effective or the specific case is extreme, we utilize robotic techniques to treat the condition.
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
This condition is extremely common in America. We evaluate our patients who have recurrent urinary tract infections through an examination. There are many techniques we use to reduce the risk of recurrent infections.
This condition affects anywhere from 10 to 20% of the population, making it a common condition. We offer minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat some patients. There are various methods we employ, which include autobolgous vaginal slings along with other procedures like urodynamics and cystoscopy.
Infertility issues are not uncommon. In fact, around 40% of all the couples attempting pregnancy have infertility issues. We provide a wide variety of services to improve or restore fertility. These include vasectomy reversals, sperm extraction, testicular biopsy, ICSI, in-utero insemination treatment and IVF in vitro fertilization treatment.
This condition, also known as ‘Low T,’ affects around 39% of American males aged 45 and older. We offer testosterone therapy to restore normal testosterone levels. Before any treatment, we do a thorough examination and evaluate the patient’s medical history.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
This condition occurs by a weakness of the vagina. This weakness results in the structure behind the vagina dropping into the vaginal canal. There are three types of prolapse. They are the prolapse of the bladder, small bowel and the rectum. We use robotic surgery to correct the anatomical defect and restore the quality of life of women affected by this condition.
Women develop with condition is usually due to menopause or other hormonal changes. It causes the vaginal wall to thin and become inflamed and dry. This causes problems with urination. At Pikes Peak Urology, we offer MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy – one of the most advanced and safest treatments for vaginal atrophy in the region.