In the Community
Our expert pelvic floor physical therapists are excited to invite both men and women to attend these valuable talks to make the connection between your pelvic floor muscles and the crucial role they play in bladder and bowel control and sexual function.
March Madness means basketball, brackets, and vasectomies….?!?
Thanks to all of the Urology of Virginia employees and patients that donated to our annual Food Drive. Because of your kind contributions, Urology of Virginia donated 120 pounds of nonperishable food to the Foodbank of Southern Virginia. This generous contribution helped provide 100 meals to those in need.
We’d also like to thank everyone for the contributions to this year’s Angel Tree!
Special thanks to our own Beth Newcomb who organizes these great events for us every year!
January 16, 2017 Published in Urology Journal Scan / Research By J. Curtis Nickel MD, FRCSC
In efforts to address chronic orchialgia as a difficult entity to treat in urologic practice, this study demonstrated that >50% of men with orchialgia and significant discomfort on rectal exam benefited from pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT).
Prostate Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Targeted Biopsy in Patients with a Prior Negative Biopsy
A Consensus Statement by AUA and SAR