Who is the best urologist in Texas?

Who is the best urologist in Texas?

Dr. Scott P. Aarons MD. 28 reviews. Urology.

  • Dr. Magdy A. Abdelsayed MD. 35 reviews. Urology.
  • Dr. Harrison M. Abrahams MD. 66 reviews. Urology.
  • Dr. Sujeet S. Acharya MD. 121 reviews.
  • Dr. Colby Adams MD. Urology. General Urology.
  • Dr. Desmond Y. Adamu MD. Urology.
  • Dr. Mehrad Adibi MD. 6 reviews. Urology.
  • Dr. Robert C. Admire MD. 41 reviews.
  • What insurance does Urology Austin accept?

    We accept most major insurance plans, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, United, and Medicare.

    Can you go straight to a specialist?

    Nowadays, many people go directly to specialists, without a referral from another physician. It may not be unusual for someone to see a cardiologist if they are worried about a heart symptom, for example, or to go to the neurologist that helped a friend tackle migraines.

    What does a urologist do?

    They are physicians who specialize in the genitourinary tract—the kidneys, urinary bladder, adrenal glands, urethra and male reproductive organs—and male fertility. Urologists are also trained in the surgical and medical treatment of diseases that affect these organs.

    Does Urology Austin accept Medicare?

    Because Urology Austin understands the interaction of disease states, and the importance of providing top quality patient healthcare, we have established a new Chronic Care Management program for patients who have two or more chronic conditions and are covered by Medicare.

    What type of test does a urologist perform?

    1. Urine Tests – Urologists will test a urine sample to determine any number of urological conditions, to include urinary tract infections and kidney disease.

    Does a urology exam hurt?

    Urology exams are generally quick and painless. Your doctor may want to do additional tests to check testosterone levels, kidney functions or blood counts. In addition, they may require imaging studies to check the kidney and/or prostate.

    When should you see an urogynecologist?

    You should see (or be referred to) a urogynecologist when you have problems of prolapse, and/or troublesome urinary or fecal incontinence or when your primary doctor recommends consultation.

    What does an urogynecologist do?

    A urogynecologist is a doctor who specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction in women. This type of doctor must diagnose and treat a variety of issues, including prolapse and incontinence problems. A urogynecologist must have many years of specialized education and training to practice this type of medicine.

    What does an urogynecologist treat?

    A urogynecologist is a physician who specializes in treating women with complex benign pelvic conditions, pelvic floor dysfunction and lower urinary tract disorders. Urogynecologists are trained in the comprehensive management of pelvic floor conditions, most commonly pelvic organ prolapse (see below) or urinary incontinence (see below).