Urology of Virginia

Urology of Virginia has provided comprehensive urological care in Hampton Roads for nearly 100 years. Founded in 1922 by Charles Devine, the practice began growing in the 1950s. The practice gained an international reputation for genitourinary reconstructive surgery, developing new surgical techniques to correct urethral strictures and hypospadias that are still used today. In 1965, Urology of Virginia became one of the few private practices in the country to have a residency program. In the 1970s, we were instrumental in helping establish Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia, serving as faculty and becoming one of the first established EVMS departments.

Get in Touch

We are here to help you in anyway. Feel free to click the button below to see contact options.

Contact Us Now!
Images Powered by Shutterstock
Living Longer Requires Making Lots of Small Changes

Living Longer Requires Making Lots of Small Changes

Maybe it is something about creeping up on 60 that is making me take note of the ever-growing research on healthy aging. And there is lots to consider, especially when it comes...

3 Rules to Follow to Work Out Safely When You Have an Injury

3 Rules to Follow to Work Out Safely When You Have an Injury

INJURIES SUCK. There's no getting around it. Especially when you're unable to use one of your limbs—whether you're in a cast, a brace, or just limited by a doctor's...

Fighting Chronic Inflammation - IDEA Health & Fitness Association

Fighting Chronic Inflammation - IDEA Health & Fitness Association

Did you know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month? And that obesity can lead to alterations in the composition and number of immune cells related to chronic...

What Are the Benefits of Vitamin A — and How Much Do You Need?

What Are the Benefits of Vitamin A — and How Much Do You Need?

Vitamin A helps protect your vision and is critical for your immune system Were you ever told as a kid to eat carrots because they would help you see better? Well, that’s not...

A Patient's Story:

A Patient's Story:

by Bryce Olson   |   September 19, 2022 A Patient’s Story: “When Too Much of a Bad Thing Can Be Good!” My name is Bryce Olson. I’ve been battling aggressive stage IV metastatic...

Muscular Endurance Is Key to Holding a Perfect Plank (Among Other Exercises)—Here's Why

Muscular Endurance Is Key to Holding a Perfect Plank (Among Other Exercises)—Here's Why

When a person has great muscular endurance, it means they can use their muscles without getting fatigued quickly. This is how some people can run marathons without killing their...

Exercise Snacking Is the Genius Way to Trick Yourself Into Being More Active at Home

Exercise Snacking Is the Genius Way to Trick Yourself Into Being More Active at Home

Mindless snacking has gotten a bad rap in the health world. But when I heard that bite-sized workouts — also known as "exercise snacks" — could be the antidote to my Zoom class...

Why Blueberries Are the Superfood for Your Heart

Why Blueberries Are the Superfood for Your Heart

Blueberries can help regulate blood sugar levels. fruit is often referred to as nature's candy, but blueberries have a lowering effect on blood sugar levels compared with other...

How Much Does Weight Matter on the Bike?

How Much Does Weight Matter on the Bike?

Carrying less total weight can absolutely affect your cycling performance, which is why many cyclists aim to have the lightest bikes and the best riders have very lean bodies....

Mediterranean Diet: May Reduce Risk of Overweight and Obesity

Mediterranean Diet: May Reduce Risk of Overweight and Obesity

American Institute for Cancer Research Research Conference When you include the American Institute for Cancer Research in your estate plans, you make a major difference in the...

The FDA Is Revisiting Its Definition of ‘Healthy’ Food—Here Are the Proposed Changes

The FDA Is Revisiting Its Definition of ‘Healthy’ Food—Here Are the Proposed Changes

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Wednesday that it is proposing changes to its definition of “healthy.” The FDA’s definition of healthy defines criteria for when...

Why You Should Rest—a Lot—If You Have COVID-19

Why You Should Rest—a Lot—If You Have COVID-19

Until recently, running was a major part of Emma Zimmerman’s life. The 26-year-old freelance journalist and graduate student was a competitive distance runner in college and,...