Men’s Health Center

Prostate Health

Summit Urology specialists are skilled at treating all forms of prostate disease—from infections to benign enlargement to cancer. We have the most advanced diagnostic tools on site to help us identify your problem. (This is very important because some prostate conditions have similar symptoms.) And we offer the very latest treatment options.

Benign Prostate Enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia)

It is possible for your prostate to be enlarged and for there to be no cancer. This enlargement is common in men over 40. Symptoms include difficulty starting and a weak urinary stream, the need to void urgently or frequently and getting up several times at night to void.

We offer the latest treatments for prostate enlargement.

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer has no symptoms in most stages. Protect yourself with regular screening:

Diagnosing Prostate Cancer

We can perform prostate ultrasounds and prostate biopsies at our SurgiCare facility.

Experts in advanced prostate cancer treatments

There are many ways we can treat prostate cancer:

Prostate Infection (prostatitis)

Prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate. It is treatable and is not contagious. Our experts can determine what kind of prostatitis you have and prescribe the best treatment:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

One in 10 American men will experience erectile dysfunction (impotence), and 35% of men over 60 will experience it. As experts in men’s health, Summit Urology is the place to go for help in overcoming ED and restoring your peak performance. We offer superior diagnostic technologies and the very latest treatments, ranging from drugs and hormone therapy to injections and surgery.

As the area’s only Men’s Health Center, we give you more

We combine our expertise and advanced urological technologies with other types of on-site health checks, including cardiac EKGs, blood work and more. This is a great way to check your general health. It can also help us catch additional problems that may be related to your ED. For example, diabetes is one of the most common causes of erectile dysfunction. More recently, low testosterone levels are often found to contribute to ED.

Prescription medicines to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence)

You’ve probably heard of them—drugs like Viagra, Levitra and Cialis are an important new way to treat ED. However, they may not be appropriate for you, depending on the cause of your ED and other medical conditions you may have. So while these medications are exciting developments, they’re not the only solutions.

Erectile dysfunction—Other successful treatments

Plus, if an outpatient procedure is necessary, our on-site outpatient center—SurgiCare—ensures advanced care with superior comfort, convenience and privacy.