Despite normal PSA and DRE results, Charlie Hill was encouraged to seek out further prostate exams for signs of cancer, which is when his diagnosis was officially made. Dr. Schellhammer and Urology of Virginia have helped Charlie through his entire treatment, and help him continue to live a cancer-free life.
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With a studio audience of acclaimed Urology of Virginia associates, Dr. Unnikrishnan encourages patients not only of proper age, but those who have a history of prostate cancer in their family, to ignore the negative connotation of screening and testing, and remember the importance of being preventative.
Urology of Virginia was chosen as one of Hampton Roads’ Top 20 Business at their event Thursday, November 2, 2017.
Prostate cancer survivor Terrence Afer-Anderson sits down with Dr. Frances Martin to emphasize the importance of regular and early screenings, and to share his experience with Urology of Virginia during his successful prostate cancer treatment.
Dr. Fabrizio is joined by prostate cancer survivor Dan Wagoner in discussing the importance of early testing and treatment of prostate cancer, one of the leading causes of death in men. Urology of Virginia prepares for Hampton Road’s fourth annual ZERO Prostate Cancer Chance Run/Walk at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Sunday, November 19th.
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Join Drs. DeLong and Miles-Thomas Saturday, October 14th at our 225 Clearfield location for a special event for all women in Hampton Roads, and learn all about the newest technology and procedures available at Urology of Virginia -diVa laser vaginal therapy.
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Nearly 4,000 men in Virginia are diagnosed each year, but very few are aware of their risk. Dr. Raman Unnikrishnan with Urology of Virginia shares some of the latest technology for finding and treating prostate cancer.
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….?!?