Whether you have a urologic condition that requires surgical treatment, including a possible cancer diagnosis, or one that can be treated or managed in other ways, you can be confident the urology team at Valley will provide the most advanced care using the least invasive methods to give you the best outcome possible.
Urologists treat the urinary tract, which includes kidneys, bladder, ureters, urethra, as well as focusing on male reproductive issues. At Valley, we offer a range of urological services for all ages of adults and genders at our Urology Clinic.
Urology Clinic physicians offer minimally invasive treatment options for both male and female patients and are specialists in endoscopic, laparoscopic and robotic surgery. They diagnose and offer management and treatment options for:
NOTE: For urogynecology and gynecology care, please visit our Valley Women's Healthcare Clinic locations.
In this video, Paul Niemi, ARNP answers the following questions:
If you often need to “go” right away or leak urine (pee) accidentally during normal activities, you may have a bladder control problem. Bladder control problems affect the way a person holds or releases pee and are also known as urinary incontinence (UI). To learn more about the condition and treatment options, you are invited to join a free, online presentation by VMC urologist, Susan Dong, MD. This presentation can be viewed privately from your computer, tablet or smart phone. Get your questions answered and learn how you can stop letting this condition impact your ability to go about daily activities.
Difficulty urinating? Is a prostate cancer screening test right for me?
Join urologist Daniel Simon, MD for an informative talk on diseases of the male prostate gland. Get the basics on what the prostate gland is, what it does, and why maintaining prostate health is so important. Learn about the two most common diseases of the prostate gland: an enlarged prostate or BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) that can cause difficulty urinating and lead to other medical conditions. Get tips to spot the signs and symptoms to look for and find out how both diseases are treated.